Covington, Edward William

Hutchinson & Covington

Edward William Covington

Rank: Private

Regiment: 7th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Kathleen May Covington

Brothers-in-Law: W Hutchinson, J Hutchinson & F Hutchinson

Address: 52 East 24th Street, Mountain, Hamilton, Ontario

Other Info: According to CWGC, Edward died aged 37 on 10th November 1917. He is remembered at Passchendaele New British Cemetery, grave reference V.B.9.

Edward’s CEF service papers can be viewed for free here.

Published:  January 1918

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Anderson, G

Hazelden, Bellchambers & Anderson

G Anderson

Rank: Sapper

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Parents-in-Law: Mr & Mrs Hazelden

Brothers-in-Law: Frederick Hazelden, Arthur J HazeldenC Hazelden, Traton Hazelden & William C Bellchambers

In-Laws Address: 75 Hughenden Road, Hastings

Published: January 1918

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Hindhaugh, William

Dunn & Hindlaugh

William Hindhaugh

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Other Info: Photograph taken by Mr D. J. Eddy at the wedding of Sergeant L Carlton Dunn, second son of Mr J Dunn, Vancouver, B.C. of the Canadian Pioneer School, Seaford and Miss Caroline Mary Lawrence, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Lawrence of Marina, St Leonards. The others in the group at Sergeant William Hindhaugh, the best man and Miss E Alexander and Miss Craske, bridesmaids. The ceremony was performed at the St Leonards Parish Church on 19th January 1918.

William’s CEF service papers can be viewed for free here.

Published:  January 1918

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Dunn, Lester Carlton

Dunn & Hindlaugh

Lester Carlton Dunn

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Caroline Mary Dunn (nee Lawrence)

Parents-in-Law: Mr & Mrs Thomas Lawrence

In-Law’s Address: Marina, St Leonards

Other Info: Photograph taken by Mr D. J. Eddy at the wedding of Sergeant L Carlton Dunn, second son of Mr J Dunn, Vancouver, B.C. of the Canadian Pioneer School, Seaford and Miss Caroline Mary Lawrence, only daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Lawrence of Marina, St Leonards. The others in the group at Sergeant William Hindhaugh, the best man and Miss E Alexander and Miss Craske, bridesmaids. The ceremony was performed at the St Leonards Parish Church on 19th January 1918.

Lester’s CEF service papers can be viewed for free here.

Published:  January 1918

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Nicol, Alexander

Alexander Nicol

Alexander Nicol

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Lottie Nicol (nee Putland)

Address: St Leonards

Other Info: The wedding took place on 1st January 1918 at Christ Church, St Leonards. The Reverend Henley conducted the service. The bridegroom has served some months in France and has the honour of wearing two wound stripes. He is at present acting as an orderly at the Canadian Military Hospital, Ore.

Published:  January 1918

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Glazier, Charles F

Vidler & Glazier

Charles F Glazier

Rank: Private

Regiment: 42nd Black Watch, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Mother: Charlotte M Glazier

Address: 6 Lower Church Road, Hollington

Other Info: Additional information from Charles’ CEF service papers.

Some of the friends who attended the marriage of Private F. E. Vidler, R.A.M.C., and Miss Amy Bannister, at Hollington Church-in-the-Wood on 22nd December 1917. The bridegroom was a member of the British Red Cross, V.A.D. and joined the R.A.M.C. on 10th August 1914. He left home on the 12th August, and was on duty in France on the 24th of that month, serving through Mons, etc, fortunately without receiving any injury, for three years and six weeks. A fortnight after returning from leave he was wounded, but happily recovered. Attending the bride are her two sisters, Ivy and Elsie, and Private C. F. Glazier, 42nd Canadian Black Watch, acted as best man.

Published: January 1918

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Ouellette, Ovilard

Olivard Ouellette

Ovilard Ouellette

Rank: Private

Regiment: Mounted Rifles, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Ivy M Ouellette (nee Woods)

Father-in-Law: E W Woods

Address: 9 New Road, Clive Vale, Hastings

Other Info: Name information thanks to WW1warbrides via Twitter.

Ovilard’s CEF service papers can be viewed for free here.

Published: January 1918

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Dobson, James Howard

Dobson

James Howard Dobson

Rank: Private

Regiment: Canadian Expeditionary Force

Sent by: Miss Bevis

Brother: Charles Joseph Dobson

Address: 40 Daly Avenue, Ottawa, Canada

Other Info: James’ CEF service papers can be viewed for free here.

Published: January 1918

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