A transcribed version of Semper Paratus: The Unofficial History of The Brockville Rifles.
The History of the Brocks during the Second World War
Depicted: Officers of the Brockville Rifles – October 1935 SEATED—(Left to right)-Captain H. A. Taylor, Major R. F. Craig, V.D., Major H. R. Starr, Major N. L. MacDowell, Col. R. J. Gill, M.C., V.D., Hon. Col. Right Hon. Geo. P. Graham, P.C., LL.D., Lt.-Col. J. R. McCullough, V.D., Lt.-Col. M. W. MacDowell, M.C., Lt.-Col. F. […]
From Facebook: “This is my grandfather, Eymard Plourde, of St. Quentin NB, who was a member of the Brockville Rifles during WW2” -Mr. Danny Bernier
Who died while on service in Jamaica 1943 – 1944 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In memory of Rifleman G. N. GOLDRIGHT; Rifleman J. F. JOHNSTON; Rifleman J. A. ZIP. The Brockville Rifles (C.A.) Ref: https://jamaicanancestralrecords.com/military-burials/the-garrison/
My father, Leonard S. Quinn, (I always called him “Daddy”), was born in May 1907 and my mom Flora (MacNamara) Quinn, was born in July 1906. They were born and brought up in the Lyn area where they met and married in October 1932 and moved into the Village of Lyn. They had three daughters, […]