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World War II

No Photo Blake, John Howard
Emma Bradley Bradley, Emma
Harry Bradley Bradley, Harry Maxwell

Harold Brown Brown, Harold
Heber Seymore Brown, RN Brown, Heber Seymore
George BudgellBudgell, George
Max Bucgell Budgell, Maxwell
John Dumaresque, RNDumaresque, John
John Anley Dumaresque, RAFDumaresque, John Anley
Jordan Goudie Goudie, Jordan
Doug White Info Glynn, Cornelius
Frank Heffler, RNHeffler, Francis
Albert Peter Letto, RALetto, Albert Peter
Emanuel David Letto, NNSH Letto, Manuel David


John Luthor Luthor, John

George Martin
Martin, George
Martin, Howard
Tony Padden Paddon, Anthony
Robert Perry Perry, Robert
Solomon Seward Seward, Solomon
Doug White Info Smart, Wilson
Bede Stone Stone, Bede
Doug White Info Sutton, Richard
Doug White Info Webb, Edward
Samuel White White, Samuel
Doug White Info White, Douglas
Lee White White, Lee


This is a draft of the nominal rolls and as such there are probably errors, omissions and duplications. If you spot any of these please get in touch with us with your corrections. Also, our biographical information is sketchy and will probably remain so until we can examine the personal files at the National Archives.

The WWI list is very nearly complete. The WWII and Korea lists have only just been opened. We want to include everyone whom we know to have been born in Labrador as well as those who gave their home address as Labrador upon enlistment. If anyone knows of people whose names are not included here please get it touch with us:

Most of the pictures in this collection are of very poor quality because they were copied from books. Eventually we hope to be able to get copies of original photographs.

If you have photographs that you would like to have incuded here you may either send them to us by regular post or have them scanned and attached them to e-mails. When scanning for transmission by e-mail, the optimum configuration for pictures is 200 dpi and a width of 325 pixels (the height will take care of itself). Pictures larger than that will take a long time to transmit. If they are smaller we can enhance them but some of the quality may be lost. When scanning very small photographs use a higher resolution and send them at the scanned width.

Pictures sent by regular mail will be copied and the originals either returned to sender if this is your wish, or otherwise sent to the Them Days Magazine Archives.

We would also like to include anecdotal information on these personal pages, so please send along any stories that you think should be included in the personal histories.

If you have pictures that you would like to add to these memorial pages please get in touch with us.

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