Harold Gregg Keating was born in Kemptville, Ontario in February, 1892. Keating enlisted with the 72nd in Vernon, British Columbia in June 1915, and served overseas with the 1st Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade. He was awarded the MM. The collection currently consists of numerous photographs and postcards, as well as some miscellaneous items.
These collections contains any material relating to Canada from 1914 to 1918 from either the home front or the battlefront. External links in collection descriptions are either to online attestation papers at Library and Archives Canada or casualty and burial information at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
George Hedley Kempling was born June 1, 1884 in Toronto, Ontario and enlisted in Toronto, Ontario in August, 1915. He survived the war and returned to Canada in 1919. The collection consists of his diary entries from July 12, 1916 to October 7, 1916.
Arthur Kettridge was born in Essex, England in November, 1896. Prior to the war he moved to Norwood, Ontario and enlisted in Kingston, Ontario in November, 1914. Kettridge served overseas with the 21st Battalion CEF until his return at the end of the war. The collection currently consists of three letters and one clipping.
Percy Killingbeck was born in Norwood, Ontario in January, 1895 and enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in November, 1915. Killingbeck served overseas with the 52nd and 93rd Battalions until his return to Canada at the end of the war. The collection currently consists of one letter and one newspaper clipping.
Roy Killingbeck was born in Hastings, Ontario in October, 1897 and enlisted in Peterborough, Ontario in December, 1915. He served overseas with the 52nd Battalion, was severely wounded, and medically discharged back to Canada. The collection currently consists of two letters and several clippings.