Etc. -- John Carnahan Killed in Action, 1917
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The following is from page 1 articles in the 26 Mar 1917 and 
3 May 1917 issues of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Norfolk's Growing Honour Roll

Since our last issue the fateful cables and telegrams have been raining on Norfolk. So far as we have been able to gather, the casualties of the week are/include:

797106 -- Pte. John Thomas Carnahan, young married man of North Walsingham, killed in action.
Son of Mrs. Carnahan of Carholme.


From page 8 of the 26 Mar 1917 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.

two n. walsingham casualties

Yesterday the deaths in action of Pte. John Carnahan and Pte. John Pake, both 133rd men, were reported. Their homes were in North Walsingham. 


From the Carholme column on page 12 of the 3 May 1917 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.

A very impressive memorial service was given on Sunday in honor of Pte. John Carnahan, who fell at Vimy Ridge. The large attendance evidenced the esteem in which the dead sholdier was held. 


Also see John's Attestation paper: side 1 | side 2

John Carnahan

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