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|Comments:||Nice thorough website, well laid out. Some of the people in the pictures seem familiar for some reason.
|February 2, 2018 10:01:11 (GMT Time)|
|Name:||Chris Reid |
|Comments:||Today I remember my hero's!!fr.the soldiers to the Dr.s and nurses and mechanics and every one who served our country. THANK YOU!|
|November 11, 2014 09:54:35 (GMT Time)|
|Victoria, B. C.|
|Comments:||My Grandfather,Charles Edwards served in the WW1 with the PPCLI. On his tombstone it reads: 10 CMR CEF
What does this mean? I am doing family tree research.
Thank you very much.Will make donation if you can provide any info. Beautiful site !!!|
|January 23, 2014 17:43:38 (GMT Time)|
|Thunder Bay Ontario|
|Comments:||Hi my older sister told me the my father regiment was princess pats
Is there any way to find out more about his military history thanks any information
That you can giver me will surely be appreciated thanks a lot|
|November 9, 2013 04:46:39 (GMT Time)|
|HADLEIGH IPSWICH ENGLAND IP75TQ|
|Comments:||I AM THE SON IN LAW OF CSM LITTLE JESUS GOLDSWORTHY PPCLI WW2 AND KOREA. |
|July 20, 2012 18:01:59 (GMT Time)|
|Ottawa, Ontario Canada|
|Comments:||In honour of my Grandfather Private Adam Robertson Kennedy, who joined the PPCLI as the 109th person to sign up. He had been badly wounded in Ypres, and numerous other locations, mustard gassed, shot, and bayoneted, yet, he always left the field hospitals to resume active duty, proudly seeing Vimy fall into Canadian hands. He never talked about the War, it was too extreme, and could never wear a poppy without tears, as he said in Belgium, the blood spilled to mingle with the red corn poppies. He was later badly wounded, and as the war ended, shipped home to Christie Street Hospital.
I bless him, and all those, who so bravely served our country. I will never forget! Deborah Garrick|
|November 11, 2011 16:25:53 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||My father was in the PPCLIWW2. I just want to thank all the men and women who fought and sacrificed so much for the freedom that we all enjoy now.
|November 10, 2011 05:32:03 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||Excellent, just putting together a CAMC nursing sisters uniform here in the UK for an exhibition. Great photos.
|September 13, 2010 14:45:45 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||DONALD COLIN MACLEAY
Date of birth: 20 July 1896
Height: 5 ft 8
Colour of eyes: Brown
Hair colour: Dark brown
Church denomination: Presbyterian
Last address in Lewis: 24 Upper Shader,
Last address in Canada: Yorkton, SK
Son of Annie Macleay
Attested at Winnipeg on 7 August 1916
Military unit: 43rd Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment)
Service number: 693108
Date of death: 8 August 1918 at the age of 22
Killed in action in France
Interred: Hourges Orchard Cemetery, Domart-sur-la-Luce, grave A. 10.
Local memorial: North Lewis, Borve
|May 31, 2010 21:15:58 (GMT Time)|
|San Francisco, California|
|Comments:||My great uncle Donald Colin Macleay served with 43rd Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment) WWI
I found his VICTORY medal with the PPCLIN engraved, did a search which led me to this site. These numbers are engraved as well-104866 FTE - any further info on this would be greatfully appreciated. Thank you.|
|May 31, 2010 21:11:13 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||I am researching my ancestory and found your website very interesting My Grandfather was a member of the 156th Overseas Battalion CEF during World War 1 and was later with the PPCLI after their integration ,
thanks again and keep up the good work
PS I have attempted to email but keeps getting returned is there another address JM|
|January 15, 2010 21:48:45 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||I have my Great Grandfathers notebook from WW1, although he was English, he joined the Princess Patricia's in 1914. I have recently sent a copy of his notebook to the PPCLI Museum in Canada, I hope it helps preserve the memory of these very brave men.|
|November 25, 2009 20:06:08 (GMT Time)|
|Name:||meredith b. robinson|
|Post Falls, Idaho|
|Comments:|| My grandfather was a solider that belonged to the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infanty. He died on May 8, 1915 in the first battle at Ypres. I wasn't born until 1948 but I have pictures of him and a medal that my Grandmother received. Thank you for your service.
|August 15, 2009 18:40:03 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||Good job BH. The manual is a great addition to the site. |
|June 23, 2009 23:02:23 (GMT Time)|
|Orchard park N.Y|
|Comments:||I worked at Fort Erie and took part in the first siege there and 3-4 after that. I have a strong interest in the 1812-14 era. I have a question,did the 49th R.O.F have tradesman?Sappers maybe. I'm currently a sheetmetal journeyman in ny an I can bring a vast knowlege to you with the making of lanterns and tinware. Would there be a position with your unit doing this?I need to know where and when you meet so I can make it to a membership meeting. |
|May 28, 2009 15:53:05 (GMT Time)|
|Comments:||My apologies, I accidentally reset the guestbook. Thank you to the three people who have already posted on it. I promis it won't happen again.|
|April 11, 2009 15:06:18 (GMT Time)|