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Shelburne County Men: Second World War and the Korean War

 
Seven Goreham brothers who served in World War II.
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Acker, Lloyd Mitchell. Private. Royal Hamilton Light Infantry. Royal Canadian Infantry Corps 1924-44
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Allen, Arnold Howard and his older brother Morton at Aldershot, Nova Scotia.
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Atwood, Percy Coleman. Rifleman.
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Bower, Gerald 'Carlyle'. Private. West Nova Scotia Regiment. 1914-44
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Boggild,Vilhelm 'Bill'. Corporal. North Nova Scotia Highlanders.  1925 to 1945.
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Bower, Charles Glenwood. Trooper.
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Huskilson, William St. Clair. 415th Swordfish Squadron. RCAF. 1923 to1944.
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Nicoll, Douglas Grant. Flight Sergeant.
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Nickerson, Osborne Charles. Able Seaman. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. 1918 to 1944.
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Hupman, Arnold Freeman. Flying Officer. Navigator.
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Jackson, Arthur Thomas. Sapper. 6th Canadian Field Company. Royal Canadian Engineers. 1912 to 1944.
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Atwood. Brenton Leslie. Air Craftsman.1st Class.  Marine Squadron. RCAF. 1924 to1945
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Goulden, David King. Private. North Nova Scotia Highlanders. 1919 to 1944.
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Goulden and Redding Wedding, at Parish Church, Bournemouth, England.
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Atwood, Norman Burnell. Fireman. Canadian Merchant Navy. 1907 to1942.
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Royal Rifles of Canada Regiment at St. Jean, Quebec. Percy Coleman Atwood is designated.
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Percy Atwood's telegram to his Mother informing her of his safe arrival in Hong Kong.
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