Etc. -- Ross E. Winegarden Killed in Action, 1918
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The following is from a page 1 article in the 28 Aug 1918 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Local Casualties

[350530] G. R. Brier, Mounted Rifles, Waterford. 
Killed in Action.

[715434] E. J. Cassels, Simcoe. Killed in Action.

797983 Lance-Corp. Milton Wilfred Dick of Middleton. Killed in Action

797677 Pte. William Henry Dick of Brantford, formerly of Middleton. Killed in Action.

[408791] Pte. Bert Hammond, Mounted Rifles, 
of Simcoe. Died of wounds.

796202 Pte. Alfred H. Harris (133rd Battalion man), address given as England. Killed in Action.

796691 J. May, 133rd Battalion, address Scotland. 
Died of wounds.

797096 Pte. David Morris, St. Williams. Killed in Action.

796669 Pte. Charles Samuel Place, of St. Williams. 
Died of wounds.

796613 Pte. Walter Smith (133rd Battalion man), address not stated. Killed in Action.

785203 Pte. R. E. Winegarden, Delhi. Killed in Action.

The following is from a page 1 article in the 19 Sep 1918 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.


Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winegarden of Delhi.
Killed in action in France.

A lightly edited, partial transcription of a page 1 article in the 
5 Sep 1918 issue of  the Waterford Star newspaper.

Two Delhi Boys Killed

Delhi, 30 Aug 1918 -- Mr. & Mrs. Charles Winegarden received the sad news of the death of their son, Pte. Ross Winegarden, who was killed somewhere in France.

Pte. Winegarden enlisted and was in training at Dundas before he went overseas.

Only the night before the news came, Mr. Charles Winegarden remarked how lucky his boy had been that he had never received a scratch or been sick a day to his knowledge since he had left Canada.



Also see Ross' Attestation paper: side 1 | side 2

Ross Winegarden

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