World War, 1914-1918

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World War, 1914-1918

  • UF World War I
  • UF Great War, the

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World War, 1914-1918

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117th CEF (E.T. Battalion), probably taken at the Bury Armoury,

117th CEF (E.T. Battalion), probably taken at the Bury Armoury, 1916. Pictured: First row (seated), 2nd from left: Probyn. Second row, 4th from left: Warde. Third row, from left: 2nd- Sammy Mitchell, 4th- Harley F. Waid, 7th-Charlie Franklin, 10th- J.F. Vaughan. Fourth row: Adams, Hanson, Wood, and Wells. Also pictured: J. Kelley, B. Smith, A. Sylvester, G. Cavell, W. Bovin, C. Reyman, R. Sheldon, J. King, A.E. Thayer, R.F. Brien, T. O'Brien, C. Sanchal, N. Buzzell, J. Turton, T. Goulding, G. McDonald, R. Mitchell, L. Rollings, G. Gilbert, K. Burbank, G. Burbank, and K. Pessington.

117th Eastern Townships Battalion

The file consists of a General Order headed "Secret"; a mimeographed embarcation order letter dated 26 July 1918; a Christmas card dated 1935; a mimeographed newsletter "The Sizler, Official organ of the 117th Battalion", Vol.1, No.1, dated 10 December 1917; a printed menu headed "117th Shun", undated; a document headed Nominal Roll Officers, non-commissioned officers and men, issued with militia orders of 1917; a photocopy of one page of the newspaper Sherbrooke Daily Record, headed "50 years ago 117th ETBA sailed for England" and dated 13 August 1965; and copies of a letter and photographs regarding a reunion of the Eastern Townships Overseas Battalion Association from 1965. The file provides information on many Eastern Townships soldiers and on the activities and programmes of the 117th Battalion.

Edward Hugh Bowen

The file contains primary source information on the military life of Edward Hugh "Ned" Bowen from 1914 to 1923. It consists primarily of letters written or sent to Edward Hugh Bowen when he was stationed in England with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War I, as well as a photograph, hand-written notes on his doctor, and a newspaper obituary notice. The letters were sent by Edward Hugh Bowen to his mother, and others were sent to him by one of his aunts living in East Croydon, England, and by a McTavish from Colborne, Ontario, Davie Mills and Beatrice Thomas. They include information on Ned's military experience, his sickness and family.

Bowen, Edward H.

Magog 1st Platoon, 1st Company, 117th Eastern Townships Battallion, CEF

Magog 1st Platoon, 1st Company, 117th Eastern Townships Battallion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Liste non-exhaustive, pas dans l'ordre : Lieut. J. Johnson, CO, ? Probyn, ? Ward, Tommy Mitchell, Charlie Franklin, J. F. Vaughan, ? Adams, ? Hanson, ? Wood, ? Wells, J. Kelly, B. Smith, A. Sylvester, G. Cavell, N. Bonin, C. Reyman, R. Sheldon, J. King, A. E. Thayer, R. F. Brien, C. Sandal, N. Buzzell, J. Turton, T. Goulding, G. McDonald, R. Mitchell, L. Rollings, G. Gilbert, K. Burbank, G. Burbank, K. Pessington.