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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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William F. Bolton 1888-1963 and his wife Susan Carter 1889-29 Apr 1964
William F. Bolton 1888-1963 and his wife Susan Carter 1889-29 Apr 1964
Susan Carter was raised by John Angus Beattie & Mary C. Dickson.
 
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William George Turton
William George Turton
1929-10 Jun 2013
 
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William Harvey Beattie  1889-1945 WW 1 CEF Canadian Army veteran.
William Harvey Beattie 1889-1945 WW 1 CEF Canadian Army veteran.
 
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William Harvey Beattie 1889-1945 & his father John Angus Beattie 1833-1919
William Harvey Beattie 1889-1945 & his father John Angus Beattie 1833-1919
 
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William James Beattie 1937-2005
William James Beattie 1937-2005
son of William Harvey Beattie & Alice May "Ida" Barnes
 
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William John 'Bill' Fraser 1931-2013
William John "Bill" Fraser 1931-2013
Canadian Army Regular (CA(R)), Royal Canadian Horse Artillery Regiment
Rank: Bombadier Trade: Chief Steward
 
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William Smith Daggett
William Smith Daggett
 
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William Smith Daggett
William Smith Daggett
 
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William Stanley Hayden 2503596 aka 100001 Bert McLean WW 1 vet, Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), Canadian Army
William Stanley Hayden 2503596 aka 100001 Bert McLean WW 1 vet, Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), Canadian Army
The British War Medal (on the left) was awarded to all ranks of Canadian military forces overseas in WW I who came from Canada between 05 August 1914 and 11 November 1918, or who had served in a theatre of war. The requirements for RAF personnel were the same as for the army. Naval personnel were required to have 28 days of mobilized service or to have lost their lives before this period of service was complete.

The Victory Medal 1914-1918 (on the right) was issued to all those who received the 1914 Star or the 1914–15 Star, and to most of those who were awarded the British War Medal - it was not awarded singly. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred.[1][2]
 
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William Thomas Leppington 1951-2006
William Thomas Leppington 1951-2006
 
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Winnifred Roth
Winnifred Roth
wife of Allan D. Schwartzentruber
 
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Young Ted Wild
Young Ted Wild
 
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