Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library Archives

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Archer, Matthew

  • CA BWGPL LHC-Her-WWI-OS8791
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  • 1915-1916

Matthew Archer, the son of Thomas and Jennie May Archer. He served in the First World War and died in France.

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Birthday Card to Ella Adair

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  • 1914-1918

Birthday card sent to Ella Adair by her brother Harry Brown who was serving in WWI at the time.

Brown, Harry

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Harry Brown, who served in World War I.

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McArthur, Harry

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  • 1910s

Harry McArthur during World War I.

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Memoriam of World War I

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  • 1932

Memorium in the Bradford Witness and South Simcoe News for those who lose their lives in WWI.

Bradford Witness

Military Post Card

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Military post card published by J.H. Douse of Lefroy. This post card was sent by Charles Houghton to Miss Ethel Hughes. Charles, who served in the medical corps during World War I, was one of the men in the picture.

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Myra Wood's Medals

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A few of the medals received by Myra Wood for military service in World War I as a nursing sister, serving in Greece, England and Malta. Myra Wood's medals, which she earned serving as a nursing sister in the First World War. The first medal is th...

Marguerite Roberts

Myra Wood's Victory Medal

  • CA BWGPL AR-PH19944-OS9897
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One of Myra Wood's military medals for her service in World War I as a nursing sister, serving in Greece, England and Malta. This is the Victory Medal, for all who served in the First World War or in Russia from 1919-1920.

Marguerite Roberts

Myra Wood's Victory Medal - back

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One of the military metals received by Myra Wood. This is the back of the Victory Medal, for all who served in the First World War or in Russia from 1919-1920.

Marguerite Roberts

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