Etc. -- Walter De Line Killed in Action, 1917
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The following is from page 1 of the 20 Sep 1917 Simcoe Reformer.

PRIVATE WALTER DELINE 

Lived in Waterford with his aunt, Mrs. Cunliffe. Enlisted at Hamilton with the Mounted Rifles. Transferred to Princess Patricia's C.L.I.

Cablegram [received] on Saturday stated that 
he had been killed in action. 
 


The following is from page 1 of the 20 Sep 1917 Waterford Star.

PTE. WALTER DeLINE 

A cablegram was received Saturday night that Pte. DeLine was killed in action. He enlisted with the Canadian Mounted Rifles, Hamilton. While in England he was transferred to the Princess Patricia's, Canadian Light Infantry. For years he lived in Waterford with his aunt, Mrs. Cunliff, who died since he went overseas.

 

From page 1 of the 20 Sep 1917 Simcoe Reformer.

Norfolk Casualties
killed in action

Pte. W. H. Deline of Waterford, of the Princess Patricia's C. C. I.  

 

From page 1 of the 29 Aug 1918 Waterford Star.

In Memoriam

In loving memory of Pte. Walter H. DeLine, who was killed in action, 21 Aug 1917.
[Poem omitted]
His adopted sister, Mrs. Eva M. Mace. 

 

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


Walter De Line

 
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