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MARTIN, O M - Brigadier

Brigadier
OLIVER MILTON (O M) MARTIN

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  • Brigadier
    OLIVER MILTON (O M) MARTIN

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    OLIVER MILTON (O M) MARTIN
    9 April 1893
    Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
    789178
    School teacher
    Brigadier
    114th Battalion (Haldimand), CEF
    30 November -0001
    1894 years
    World War I

    Mohawk
  • Brigadier OLIVER MILTON MARTIN's Story

  • Born
    9 April 1893 in Ohsweken, Ontario, Canada
    Occupation
    Worked as a School teacher prior to enlisting.
    Buried
    30 November -0001 - | Age: 1894 years
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Interesting Facts

  • Son of Robert and Lucy Martin of Ohsweken, ON. Reached the highest military rank ever held by an Indigenous person. During the First World War, he served in both the army and the air force. During the Second World War, he oversaw the training of hundreds of recruits in Canada. For his 20 years of excellent service, he was awarded the Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officer's Decoration.

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  • Brigadier Oliver Milton Martin – Military leader, teacher and magistrate (1893-1957)


    By Natalie Flynn, Army Public Affairs

    Ottawa, Ontario — Brigadier Oliver M[...]

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Fallen Soldiers from Ohsweken Ontario, Canada