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World War II honour rolls for Belleville and Trenton organizations

  • CA ON00156 2019-030
  • Series
  • c.1945

Four printed honour rolls listing World War Two veterans from the following institutions and companies:
1) Belleville Collegiate and Vocational School: c.1,100 names
2) Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company [Corby's Distillery, Corbyville]: 23 names and 19 photographs
3) College Street School [Trenton]: c.340 names
4) Corbin Lock Company [Belleville]: 71 names

Photograph of RCAF Clinton Sergeant's mess

  • CA ON00156 2019-008
  • Item
  • 24 March 1953

Photograph of members of the Sergeant's mess at the Royal Canadian Air Force base in Clinton, Ontario.

Royal Canadian Air Force

Sir Gilbert Parker collection

  • Collection
  • 1902-1915

The Gilbert Parker fonds consists of three folders. The first contains pieces of correspondence, primarily to Col. W.N. Ponton. Amoung the items he sent to Ponton were two propogandist pamphlets by Reverend H.M. Gwatkin and William Archer respectively. The second folder contains two of his publications, of which the poem "Was it Some Golden Star" was put to music by Edward Elgar, and two publications directed towards the United States with the aim of bringing them into World War I on the British side. The final folder contains items from the Gilbert Parker Banquet in 1902 with items including a menu and an invitation.

Parker, Sir Gilbert

Riel Rebellion, 1885: Midland Division

File contains photocopied manuscript lists of officers and soldiers of "A" and "H" Companies of the Midland Battalion of Infantry who served in the Northwest Rebellion in 1885. Individuals are listed by name, age, marital status, and place of origin in Hastings County. Originally part of the W. C. Mikel collection.

1885 Northwest Rebellion Campaign: list of “A” & “H” Company Belleville Veterans

File contains a photocopied typescript letter from Chas. S. Clapp to Lt. Col. William Nisbet Ponton dated October 29, 1914 concerning the A. and H Companies of the Midland Battalion at Batoche during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885. Also present is a photocopied typescript list of veterans from the two companies who served during the Rebellion.

Photograph of Royal Air Force Headquarters staff, Toronto

  • CA ON00156 2013-10
  • Item
  • 4 December 1918

Panoramic group photograph. Names supplied:
Front row
Corporal C. V. Wakely
Corporal A. Heatley
Corporal H. Paterson
Sergeant R. J. Stevenson
Acting Sergeant G. F. Low
2nd Lieutenant W. J. Scott
2nd Lieutenant R. Hamilton
Lieutenant F. D. Williams
Lieutenant S. J. Lee
Captain W. H. Marnell
Captain M. A. Seymour
Major J. Rubie
Brigadier General C. G. Hoare, C.M.G.
Lieutenant Colonel F. R. G. Hoare
Lieutenant Colonel A. K. Tylee
Major J. Inwood
Lieutenant G. J. Blackmore
Captain J. W. Langmuir
Captain B. F. Bainsmith
Captain F. H. Hawksford
Sergeant Major W. Manners
Flight Sergeant C. A. Hepworth
Flight Sergeant F. V. Tree
Flight Sergeant H. H. Atkinson
Sergeant F. A. Cassore

Second row
Mrs Russell
Miss Carmen
Miss Hennessy
Mrs Cody
Miss Newbury
Mrs Ratcliffe
Miss Russell
Miss White
Miss West
Miss Padbury
Miss Wilson
Miss Major
Miss Bullock
Miss Pugh
Miss Martin
Miss McEachern
Miss O'Biren
Miss O'Loane
Miss Harper
Miss Humphrey
Miss O'Brien
Miss McInnes
Miss Hogan
Miss Melville
Miss Steele
Miss Dwyer
Mrs Weiss
Corporal H. G. Wade

Back row
2nd Airman A. Dowell
2nd Airman C. T. Boughner
2nd Airman W. B. Cole
2nd Airman T. A. H. Morrow
2nd Airman L. Landymore
2nd Airman F. Aldridge
2nd Private G. T. Beatty
3rd Airman S. T. Walton
2nd Airman F. C. Baker
2nd Airman R. J. Derry
1st Airman R. Turner
1st Airman J. D. Brown
2nd Airman R. B. Abell
2nd Airman N. Stonehouse
2nd Airman M. D. Fauman
3rd Airman F. O. Basing
2nd Private G. Worrall
3rd Airman Stebbing
2nd Private H. J. McKenzie
2nd Airman J. Kingston
2nd Airman P. W. G. Willey
2nd Private A. Beecher
2nd Private R. J. Luton
2nd Airman M. H. McLean
2nd Private W. J. Lakeman
3rd Airman J. A. McEachon
1st Airman J. Preston
Corporal C. W. McPherson

Latta, George W.

Typescript letter

Letter written home from Witley Camp, Surrey, England on 10 May 1919 describing the Colonial March through London on Empire Day: 3 May 1919.

Holton, George Harold

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