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  • Members of the Lorne Scots 2nd Division of the Royal Canadian Army in Borden, England, 1941.
    Members of the Lorne Scots 2nd Division of the Royal Canadian Army in Borden, England, 1941.
    image  1941     From left to right: Sid Brown, Andy Donaldson, William Holbrook, and Harold Waller.
    image  1941   From left to right: Sid Brown, Andy Donaldson, William Holbrook, and Harold Waller.
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  • James Beattie
    James Beattie
    image  1941     Corporal with the Lorne Scots at Heathfield, Sussex, 1941.
    image  1941   Corporal with the Lorne Scots at Heathfield, Sussex, 1941.
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  • Frank Herbert "Herb" Chisholm, Jr.
    Frank Herbert "Herb" Chisholm, Jr.
    image  c. 1939-1945     Served with the Lorne Scots in North Africa as Canadian personnel attached to British 5th Army.
    image  c. 1939-1945   Served with the Lorne Scots in North Africa as Canadian personnel attached to British 5th Army.
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  • George Brock Chisholm
    George Brock Chisholm
    image  c. 1930-1939    
    image  c. 1930-1939  
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  • Don Dowdle (right) and Frank MacCuden (left)
    Don Dowdle (right) and Frank MacCuden (left)
    image  c. 1939-1945     With the Lorne Scots in Holland, 1944.
    image  c. 1939-1945   With the Lorne Scots in Holland, 1944.
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  • Gary Kress, Chuck Hamilton, Sid Brown, and William Holbrook (left to right).
    Gary Kress, Chuck Hamilton, Sid Brown, and William Holbrook (left to right).
    image  1941     At Stanley Barracks, Toronto, before going overseas with the Lorne Scots 2nd Division of the Royal Canadian Army, 1941.
    image  1941   At Stanley Barracks, Toronto, before going overseas with the Lorne Scots 2nd Division of the Royal Canadian Army, 1941.
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  • Harry Heath
    Harry Heath
    image  c. 1939-1945     Sergeant with the Lorne Scots Regiment. Served in England as an instructor.
    image  c. 1939-1945   Sergeant with the Lorne Scots Regiment. Served in England as an instructor.
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  • Douglas Heath
    Douglas Heath
    image  c. 1939-1945     Private with the Lorne Scots. Served in Holland.
    image  c. 1939-1945   Private with the Lorne Scots. Served in Holland.
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  • Roy Kelley
    Roy Kelley
    image  1943     Notes written by Roy Kelley accompanying this photograph are as follows: "Served with the Lorne Rifle Scottish Militia and obtained the rank of Sergeant in 1936. In 1940 he received his commission and was the platoon officer for Milton Area. He went overseas with the main body of the Lorne ...
    image  1943   Notes written by Roy Kelley accompanying this photograph are as follows: "Served with the Lorne Rifle Scottish Militia and obtained the rank of Sergeant in 1936. In 1940 he received ...
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  • Donald Elmore Leaver
    Donald Elmore Leaver
    image  c. 1939-1945     Lieutenant in the Lorne Scots, serving as an infantry reinforcement officer. Joined the Algonquin Regiment and fought as a platoon commander in France, Belgium, and Holland. Wounded in Holland, 1944.
    image  c. 1939-1945   Lieutenant in the Lorne Scots, serving as an infantry reinforcement officer. Joined the Algonquin Regiment and fought as a platoon commander in France, Belgium, and Holland. Wounded in Holland, 1944.
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  • Jack Markey
    Jack Markey
    image  c. 1941-1945     Sergeant with the Lorne Scots from 1941 to 1945.
    image  c. 1941-1945   Sergeant with the Lorne Scots from 1941 to 1945.
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  • James Cameron Sackfield
    James Cameron Sackfield
    imagecomment  c. 1939-1944     Enlisted with the Lorne Scots at the age of 16. Transferred to the 48th Highlanders and then to the Queen's Own Rifles to go overseas in 1941. James died in 1944 at the age of 20, from wounds received in France. He was survived by his wife and baby daughter ...
    imagecomment  c. 1939-1944   Enlisted with the Lorne Scots at the age of 16. Transferred to the 48th Highlanders and then to the Queen's Own Rifles to go overseas in 1941. James died in ...
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  • Harold (left) and Edward (right) Waller
    Harold (left) and Edward (right) Waller
    image  1944     In England. Ed (right) first joined the 48th Highlanders, then transferred to the Lorne Scots to go overseas. Harold also went overseas with the Lorne Scots.
    image  1944   In England. Ed (right) first joined the 48th Highlanders, then transferred to the Lorne Scots to go overseas. Harold also went overseas with the Lorne Scots.
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  • Niagara-on-the-Lake Training Camp for The Halton Rifles Home Guard, c.1916.
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Training Camp for The Halton Rifles Home Guard, c.1916.
    image  c. 1916     The Halton Rifles were a predecessor to the Lorne Scots.
    image  c. 1916   The Halton Rifles were a predecessor to the Lorne Scots.
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  • Oakville Overseas, 1st Division, Canadian Active Service Force (C.A.S.F.) March, 1940
    Oakville Overseas, 1st Division, Canadian Active Service Force (C.A.S.F.) March, 1940
    image  c. 1940     First group of Lorne Scots to go overseas.
    image  c. 1940   First group of Lorne Scots to go overseas.
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  • Lieutenants Donald Leaver (right) and Arthur Kemp (left) with the Lorne Scots, in England, 1943.
    Lieutenants Donald Leaver (right) and Arthur Kemp (left) with the Lorne Scots, in England, 1943.
    image  1943     Arthur Kemp, from Burlington, became the Honorary Colonel, Lorne Scots. Donald Elmore Leaver served as infantry reinforcment officer. He joined the Algonquin Regiment and fought as a platoon commander in France, Belgium, and Holland. He was wounded in Holland in 1944.
    image  1943   Arthur Kemp, from Burlington, became the Honorary Colonel, Lorne Scots. Donald Elmore Leaver served as infantry reinforcment officer. He joined the Algonquin Regiment and fought as a platoon commander in ...
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  • Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (1 of 3)
    Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (1 of 3)
    image  1942    
    image  1942  
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  • Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (2 of 3)
    Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (2 of 3)
    image  1942    
    image  1942  
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  • Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (3 of 3)
    Lorne Scots training camp, 1942, Niagara-on-the-Lake (3 of 3)
    image  1942    
    image  1942  
    Oakville Museum
  • Sergeant Percy Spurgeon (right) with Tommy Ewing (left)
    Sergeant Percy Spurgeon (right) with Tommy Ewing (left)
    image  c. 1939-1945     Percy Spurgeon, a sergeant with the First Canadian Division, Canadian Army Special Force served in England and France, 1940-1945.
    image  c. 1939-1945   Percy Spurgeon, a sergeant with the First Canadian Division, Canadian Army Special Force served in England and France, 1940-1945.
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