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LEITCH, T T - Private

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THOMAS THOMSON (T T) LEITCH

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    THOMAS THOMSON (T T) LEITCH

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    THOMAS THOMSON (T T) LEITCH
    428674
    Private
    Canadian Expeditionary Force
    21 May 1917
    BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE
    World War I
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    21 May 1917 - BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE
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  • Private
    CLARKE, FRANK
    2 October 1916
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  • Able Seaman
    SIM, JAMES
    6 December 1917
    Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Reserve
  • Private
    VIAU, JOSEPH
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  • Private
    ROBBINS, FRANK
    10 July 1916
    Canadian Infantry Canadian Expeditionary Force
  • Private
    MCGOWAN, JAMES
    4 September 1918
    2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles (British Columbia Regt.)
  • Private
    SCHERMERHORN, IRVING
    9 December 1918
    Depot Battalion Quebec Regiment
  • Nursing Sister
    MILLER, FRANCES
    1 January 1918
    Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
  • Driver
    HENEY, ROBERT
    3 December 1920
    Canadian Infantry Corps
  • Private
    HALL, NAZAIRE
    9 July 1921
    Canadian Expeditionary Force