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Pte. Nelson Patrick Doyle, 190009

Pte. Nelson Patrick Doyle, 190009 MR 23, 2 BN.
R. R. #1, Wardsville ON.
Born 21/04/1898.
Enl. St. Thomas, ON. February 25, 1915.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Son of Patrick and Sarah Doyle. Served in Canada 91st Battalion; England 6th & 12th Reserve; France 2nd Battalion. Battles: Vimy Ridge, Amiens, Arras. Wounded at Fresnicourt. Killed at Arras September 3, 1918.”
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code:
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Spr. Charles Emerson McCallum, 3136830

Spr. Charles Emerson McCallum, 3136830
Born Rodney, ON. 17/07/1897
Enl. London, ON. May 27, 1918.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Son of Charles and Edith. Enl. May 1918. Served in Canada Canadian Engineers. England Canadian Engineers. Died October 22, 1918.”
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: UK 4522, 3rd Bn Res CE.
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Pte. Alfred William Sewell, 123329

Pte. Alfred William Sewell, 123329
Born 06/06/1890
Enl. London, ON. September 9, 1915, 70th Battalion
Killed in Action November 3, 1916
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: FR 68, 58 BN.
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Pte. George Searle, 400576

Pte. George Searle, 400576
R. R. #2, Rodney, ON
Born 10/04/1889
Enl. St. Thomas, ON. Jan 23, 1915.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Killed in Action”
Listed in West Elgin at War, by Harley Lashbrook: pg. 274
From St. Thomas Daily Times: May 21, 1917. “The flag floated at half mast Saturday, when word was received that Pte. George Searle, who enlisted with a London battalion early in the war, had been killed in action in France. Pte. Searle had been wounded twice before and also reported killed but after some time was heard from again. At the time of enlisting he was employed as a farm hand on the farm of George Hillman, Furnival Road.”
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: MR 23, 1 BN.
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Pte. Lloyd Archibald McPhee, 123780

Pte. Lloyd Archibald McPhee, 123780
Born Wallacetown, ON. 09/04/1894,
Enl. St. Thomas, September 18, 1915.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “ Son of Daniel and Lillian. Served in Canada 70th & 91st Battalion; France 2nd. Killed April 20, 1918”.
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: Fr 184, 2 BN.
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Spr. Robert Frank Kay, 503856

Spr. Robert Frank Kay, 503856
Born Aldborough Township 28/08/1875
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Son of George Alexander and Fanny Heath Kay. Enl. North Vancouver, February 17, 1916. Served in Canada Canadian Engineers; England No. 11 Field Company Canadian Engineers; France Non Field Company Canadian Engineers. Battles: Ypres, St. Eloi, Mount Sorrel, Somme, Vimy Ridge. Wounded November 1916. Killed at Vimy Ridge, April 9, 1917”.
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: FR 549, 11 Coy CE.
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Pte. John William Platt, 189526

Pte. John William Platt, 189526
R. R. #2, Rodney, ON.
Born 03/11/1899
Enl. St. Thomas, ON. Nov. 18, 1915.
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Served in Canada 91st Battalion; England 3rd Reserve; France 18th Battalion. Killed at Vimy Ridge, April 9, 1917”.
S/O Wm. J.
H/O R.
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: MR 23, 18 BN.
Listed in Nominal Roll 91st Overseas Battalion: "C" Company
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Rodney Branch 525, Royal Canadian Legion

Pte. Thomas James McColl, 161086

Pte. Thomas James McColl, 161086
Born Rodney, ON. 11/05/1881
Son of Hugh and Susan McColl
Enl. Calgary, AB. October 16, 1915.
Died: France February 25, 1917
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: FR 40, 72 BN.
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From: St. Thomas Daily Times, March 2, 1917. “The flag floated at half mast yesterday in honour of Pte. Thomas J. McColl, son of Mr. & Mrs. Hugh McColl, of this place. The deceased had enlisted in the west some months ago and had been on active service in France but owing to serious illness was returned to an English army hospital in England. He was about 30 years of age. Left to mourn besides his parents are two sisters Mrs. Andrew Lang, Ridgetown and Mrs. John Speirn of Detroit, and two brothers, Archie of Seattle, Washington and Hugh of Cahill, ON. The deceased was unmarried and a carpenter by trade and enlisted with the 72nd Highlanders at Vancouver. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the community”.

Lieut. Albert N. Baker, RAF

Lieut. Albert N. Baker, RAF
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: “Son of Adam and Annie Paschan Baker. Enlisted Dec. 1916. Served in Canada Royal Air Force; England Royal Air Force; France Royal Air Force. Missing in Action Apr. 25, 1918 and Presumed Dead”.
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: MR 20, 73 Sq RAF.

Cpl. David Arnold Gill, 189620

Cpl. David Arnold Gill, 189620
Rodney, ON
Born 18/11/1891
Son of Wm. and A. Gill
Listed in Elgin County Book of Remembrance: The Great War 1914-1918: "Enl. Dec. 9, 1915. Served in Canada 91st Battalion; England 12th Reserve; France 2nd Battalion. Battles: Somme, Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens. Killed at Amiens Aug. 8, 1918".
Listed in Elgin County Register of the War Dead; Cem/Mem Code: FR 425 2 BN.
See: Attestation Papers in Library and Archives Canada Collections - http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/cef/001042-110.01-e.php?PHPSESSID=4po5s9c6359qbib8auni6hnmo5&q1=&q2=&q3=189620+&interval=20

Rodney Branch 525, Royal Canadian Legion