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Item ID# A989.029.023
Title Dedicating of head stones - Bramshott Church Cemetery - of the four 160th Battalion boys buried there
Object Name Clipping, Newspaper
Dates of Creation [1916-1917]
Description Paper print of photograph entitled "Dedicating of Head Stones - Bramshott Church Cemetery - of the four 160th Battalion boys buried there". The image is known to have been included on the front page of the Toronto Star Weekly July 7, 1917, but the source of this particular clipping is unknown.

Beneath the photo title is listed: Pte. James Wesley Haug, Tiverton, Died Nov. 10, 1916; Pte. Robert E. McDonald, Wiarton, Died Dec. 20, 1916; Pte. Sydney Edward Hooey, Chesley, Died Dec. 4, 1916; Pte. David George Colvin, Teeswater, Died Feb. 26, 1916; Pte. James Alvin Given, Mar, died June 30, 1917 was also buried here, after the picture was taken.
Provenance This item was collected by the family of M. Albert Byers who served in the Bruce 160th Battalion during the First World War.
Physical Description 21 x 43 cm
Subjects 160th Bruce Battalion
Cemeteries
First World War
Military
People Colvin, David George
Given, James Alvin
Haug, James Wesley
Hooey, Sydney Edward
McDonald, Robert Edward
Place 160th Bruce Battalion
Bramshott
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