WW2 – St. Mary’s Bay Military History

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258 SOLDIERS SERVED IN WW2 FROM ST. MARY’S BAY

75 BLOOD RELATIVES

16 RELATED BY MARRIAGE

20 UNKNOWN RELATIONS

NORTH HARBOUR – 14 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.   Sergeant Major Austin Francis Ryan # D3045 manifest Canadian Army Overseas WW2 (click on name to view manifest)

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SERGEANT MAJOR AUSTIN FRANCIS RYAN {Jan. 1, 1910 – July 13, 1944} Enlisted on October 16, 1934 with the Canadian Army Overseas Forces, Service # D3045 and KILLED IN ACTION July 13, 1944.  Husband of Anelia Rohas, son of Dennis Ryan and Catherine Drake (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power/Ryan side
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BENY-SUR-MER CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY

Austin Francis Ryan Memory Certifcate (Click to View)

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MARCH 2019 – BENY-SUR-MER CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY.  I was so lucky to visit in March 2019.  Unfortunately, I did not know Austin Ryan was buried in this cemetery.
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BENY-SUR-MER CANADIAN WAR CEMETERY 

2.  Peter Ryan # 3003 served with the Canadian Armed Overseas Forces WW2

PETER RYAN {Feb 1917 – Aug. 8, 1949 } Enlisted  with the Canadian Army Overseas Forces, Service # 3003.  Son of Dennis Ryan and Catherine Drake (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power/Ryan side. Buried in Toronto area

3.  David Power # 3098 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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DAVID POWER {Feb. 28, 1901 – 1957} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 3098.  Son of John Power and Lucy Davis (blood related) 2nd great-uncle on North Harbour Power side

4.  Michael Tremblett # 3109 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL TREMBLETT {April 4, 1920 – August 22, 2016} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 3109.  Husband of Nellie Ryan, Son of John Tremblett and Ellen Walsh (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed North Harbour Walsh side
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5.  Patrick Whelan # 3117 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK WHELAN {Nov 1911 – 1997} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 3117.  Husband of Madeline Tremblett, Son of John Whelan and Mary Agnes Linehan (blood related) 2nd great-uncle North Harbour Power/Whelan side

6.  Edward Linehan # 250/1952 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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EDWARD J. LINEHAN {Jan. 23, 1917 – Feb. 10, 2001} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 250/1952.  Husband of Catherine Power, Son of Edward Linehan and Theresa Nash (blood related) on North Harbour Power/Linehan side and husband of 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side
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7.  Francis Bonia # 3050 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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FRANCIS BONIA {Oct. 1, 1896- Apr. 18, 1959} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 3050.  Son of Sebastian Bonia and Johanna Power (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side 

8.   James J. King # 249 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JAMES J. KING {Jan. 21, 1915 – Dec. 20, 2002} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 249.  Husband of Margaret Stamp, Son of Dennis King and Margaret Dalton (blood related) 2nd great-uncle on North Harbour Walsh/KIng side 

9.   James P. Linehan # 1954 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JAMES P. LINEHAN {June 1912 – 2001} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 1954.  Son of Dennis Linehan and Bridget Ann Power (blood related)  2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side and 2nd great-uncle on North Harbour Power/LInehan side

10.  Thomas Linehan # 3075 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

THOMAS LINEHAN {Dec 1921 – 1996} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 3075.  Husband of Emma Molloy, Son of Dennis Linehan and Bridget Ann Power (blood related)  2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side and 2nd great-uncle on North Harbour Power/LInehan side

11.  Alexander Meaney # 253 served in Newfoundland Home Guard

ALEXANDER MEANEY {Jun. 26, 1909 – Sep. 15, 1971} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Home Guard, service # 253.  Husband of Deborah Power, Son of Richard Meaney and Bridget Davis (no blood related)  husband of 2nd great-aunt on North Harbour Power side

12.  Walter Ryan # 3103 served in Newfoundland Home Guard

WALTER RYAN {Jun. 26, 1909 – Sep. 15, 1971} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Home Guard, service # 3103.  Son of Ambrose Ryan and Margaret McGrath (blood related)  2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power/Whelan/Ryan side

13.  John J. Singleton # 1971 served in Newfoundland Home Guard and the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2

JOHN J. SINGLETON {Jan. 1905 – 1993} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Home Guard, service # 1971.  Husband of Emily Bonia, Son of Thomas Singleton and Matilda King (blood related)  1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side

14.  Joseph Bonia # unknown served as a Seaman in the Newfoundland Merchant Navy WW2

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JOSEPH BONIA {Dec. 27, 1897 – June 11, 1988} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant Navy WW2 as a Seaman, service # Unknown. Son of Sebastian Bonia and Johanna Power (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side 

REGINA – 3 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1. Allan Linehan # 277236 served in 15th Contingent Royal Navy WW2 

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ALLAN LINEHAN {Sep. 1917 – Dec. 6, 1995} Enlisted with the Royal Navy WW2, service # 277236. Husband of Genevieve M, Son of Patrick Linehan and Theresa Dalton (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side 
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2.  Joseph Power # 1963 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOSEPH POWER {1909 – 1986} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit WW2, service # 1963. Husband of Stella, Son of  Michael Power and Theresa Curtis (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side 

3.  Garrett Joseph Power # 975/971862 as a Gunner 59th Royal Artillery Newfoundland Regiment

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GARRETT JOSEPH POWER {Apr. 22, 1917 – July 21, 1994} Enlisted with the Gunner 59th Royal Artillery Newfoundland Regiment on Sept. 28, 1942, service # 975/971862 and discharged on Feb. 28, 1943. Son of  Michael Power and Theresa Curtis (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side 

4.  Katherine Bridget Power enlisted as a Army Nurse

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KATHERINE BRIDGET POWER {Sept. 6, 1927 – Aug. 6, 2009} Enlisted as a Army Nurse. Wife of Lawson McNeill, Daughter of  David J. Power and Vivian Dobbin (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side 

BRANCH – 27 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Austin J. Campbell # D/JX173679 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

AUSTIN J. CAMPBELL {April 1918 – 1988} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # D/JX173679.  Husband of Kathleen Downey and Son of  James Campbell and Ellen Foley (unknown blood related)

2.  James Campbell Jr. # D/JX173671 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

JAMES CAMPBELL JR. {Feb. 1916 – 1974} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # D/JX173671.  Husband of Cecilia Power, Son of  James Campbell and Ellen Foley (unknown blood related)

3.  Milton McGrath # D/JX173344 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and KILLED IN ACTION on sinking of H.M.S. Thanet

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MILTON MCGRATH {Dec. 1915 – Jan. 27, 1942} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy, service # D/JX173344 and KILLED IN ACTION Jan. 27, 1942.  Son of  Albert McGrath and Mary Joe Nash (unknown blood related)
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https://www.cwgc.org/find/find-cemeteries-and-memorials/142000/chatham-naval-memorial (copy link to view Chatham Naval Memorial)

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GRAVE REGISTRATION 
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H.M.S. THANET
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Thanet_(H29) (copy link to view history of ship)

MILTON A. MCGRATH Commemorative Certificate (click on link to view)

4.  Leonard Nash # D/JX173329 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

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LEONARD NASH {June 1917 – 2000} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # D/173329.  Son of  Joseph Nash and Emma Lucy Roche (no blood related) buried at Coomb’s Memorial Cemetery Placentia

5.  Cyril Power # C/173322 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

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CYRIL POWER {Aug. 1915 – 1998} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # C/173322.  Son of  Augustine Power and Katherine English (no blood related) 

6.  Herbert Augustine Power # C/173347 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

HERBERT POWER {Aug. 25 1920 – Jan. 14, 1995} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # C/173347.  Husband of Aileen Frances Courtney,  Son of  John J. Power and Lucy A. Roche (no blood related) buried at Campbell River, British Columbia

7.  Leo Power # C/173361 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

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LEO POWER {Sept. 1916 – Sept. 30, 2000} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and service # C/173361.  Husband of Rita Lundrigan,  Son of  Charles Power and Rose Mary O’Rourke (no blood related) Naval Citations – Able Seaman Leo Power CJX173361, Jun 2, 1943 for Distinguished Service. HMS Carinthian and Submarines.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Carinthia_(1925) (copy link to view history of ship)

8.  Osborne Power # C/173365 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy – Killed in Action on H.M.S. Avenger D14

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OSBOURNE POWER {Jan. 1917 – Nov. 15, 1942} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy, service # C/173365 and KILLED IN ACTION on Nov. 15, 1942.  Son of  Joseph F. Power and Ellen E. Nash (no blood related)
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Avenger_(D14) (copy link to view)

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PANEL LIST
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GRAVE REGISTRATION

OSBOURNE JOSEPH POWER COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click on to view)

9.  Nicholas J. Power #214/RA971669 served with 59th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery

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NICHOLAS J. POWER {Nov. 29, 1918 – Dec. 16, 1993} Enlisted on April 27, 1940 , service # 214/RA971669 and dicharged on Sept. 8, 1942.  Son of  Joseph F. Power and Ellen E. Nash (no blood related) served with 59th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery
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10.  Leo Roche # P/174392 – Part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy

LEO ROCHE {July 1919 – Nov. 23, 1984} Enlisted as part of First Naval Draft Nov. 27, 1939 Newfoundland Navy and his service # P/174392.  Husband of FLORENCE JANE LIVESEY, Son of  John Joseph Roche and Mary Ellen Dumphy (no blood related) buried at Kilbride Roman Catholic Cemetery with Military Headstone.  His wife also served in WW2 as a Private Auxiliary Territorial Service 

11.  Bertram Nash # 970540 served with 166 Newfoundland Field Regiment Royal Artillery

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BERTRAM NASH {June 4, 1911 – April 20, 1944} Enlisted with 166 Newfoundland Field Regiment Royal Artillery, Serial # 970540 and KILLED IN ACTION April 20, 1944.  Son of Anthony Nash and Elizabeth Lee  (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side
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DELY IBRAHIM WAR CEMETRY —— https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2151211/nash,-bertram/ (copy link to view)
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BERTRAM NASH MEMORY CERTIFICATE (click to view)

12.  Nicholas Hennessey # 2257 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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NICHOLAS HENNESSEY {Sept. 1911 – 2004} Enlisted with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Serial # 2257.  Son of William Hennessey and Lena Kelly (no blood related) 

13.  Douglas Nash # 3010 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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DOUGLAS NASH {May 13, 1912 – April 22, 1981} Enlisted with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Serial # 3010.  Husband of Lizzie McRae, Son of Anthony Nash and Elizabeth Lee  (blood related) 
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14.  Edward J. Nash # 354 served in Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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EDWARD J. NASH {Sept. 1901 – Oct. 15, 1983} Enlisted with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Serial # 354.  Husband of Mary A. English, Son of James Joseph Nash and Mary Francis Careen  (no blood related) 

15.  John T. O’Rourke # 2267 served in Royal Air Force

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JOHN T. O’ROURKE {Jan. 1918 – 1985} Enlisted with Newfoundland Royal Air Force and Serial # 2267.  Husband of Bernadette McGrath, Son of Patrick W. O’Rourke and Rosella Nash  (no blood related) 

16.  Joseph Francis Roche # 2700664 served as a Guardsman with the 2nd Bn.. Scots Guards and was Killed in Action on Apr. 16, 1944

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JOSEPH FRANCIS ROCHE {Aug. 1917 – Apr. 16, 1944} Enlisted as a Guardsman with the 2nd Bn.. Scots Guards, Serial # 2700664 and was KILLED IN ACTION on Apr. 16, 1944.  Son of Joseph Roche and Angela  (no blood related) 
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JOSEPH FRANCIS ROCHE {Aug. 1917 – Apr. 16, 1944} Enlisted as a Guardsman with the 2nd Bn.. Scots Guards, Serial # 2700664 and was KILLED IN ACTION on Apr. 16, 1944.  Son of Joseph Roche and Angela McGrath  (no blood related) 
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PANEL LIST
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DELY IBRAHIM WAR CEMETERY MAP

JOSEPH FRANCIS ROCHE COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click on to view)

17.  A. B. Pius Coffey # 181692 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy

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A. B. PIUS COFFEY {1913 – 1979} Enlisted in the Newfoundland Royal Navy and Serial # 181692.  Stepson of Anthony McGrath and Mary Agnes Coffey  (no blood related)
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18.  Joseph Mooney # 491 served with Newfoundland Regiment

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JOSEPH MOONEY {April 1912 – 1987} Enlisted in the Newfoundland Regiment on Jun 21, 1941, Serial # 491 and discharged on Jan. 27, 1943.  Son of Nicholas Mooney and Bridget Nash  (no blood related)

19.  John Frederick Roche # 207 served with Newfoundland Regiment

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JOHN FREDERICK ROCHE {June 24, 1915 – 1995} Enlisted in the Newfoundland Regiment on April 23, 1940, Serial # 207 and discharged on Feb. 15, 1944.  Husband of Theresa,  Son of Joseph Roche and Angela McGrath  (no blood related)  

20.  Francis Joseph Roche # D/JX181665 served as a Able Seaman Royal Navy and was Killed in Action on Nov. 3, 1940 when H.M.S Laurentic was torpedoed. 

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FRANCIS JOSEPH ROCHE {June 1919 – Nov. 3, 1940} Enlisted in the Newfoundland Royal Navy, Serial # D/JX181665 and KILLED in ACTION on Nov. 3, 1940.  Son of Joseph Roche and Angelia McGrath  (no blood related)  
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PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (click on name to view) Panel 43, Column 1 (location of Francis Roche name)
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FRANCIS JOSEPH ROCHE COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click on to view)

21.  Austin McGrath # P/188885 served as a Ordinary Seaman Royal Navy and was Killed in Action on August 10, 1940 when H.M.S. Transylvania was torpedoed off coast of Malin Head, Ireland

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AUSTIN MCGRATH {Feb. 1912 – Aug. 10, 1940} Enlisted in the Newfoundland Royal Navy, Serial # P/188885  and KILLED in ACTION on Aug. 10, 1940.  Son of Albert MCGrath and Mary Joe Nash  (no blood related)  
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PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (click to view) Austin McGrath name will always be remembered
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GRAVE REGISTRATION
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PANEL LIST
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RMS_Transylvania_(1925) (copy link to view)

AUSTIN MCGRATH COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click on to view)

22.  Aloysious Nash # LT/JX315713 served as a Seaman Royal Navy Patrol Service and was Killed in Action on October 14, 1942 

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ALOYSIOUS NASH {Aug. 19, 1922 – Oct. 14, 1942} Enlisted in the Royal Navy Patrol Service, Serial # LT/JX315713  and KILLED in ACTION on Oct. 14, 1942.  Son of Albert Nash and Mary Joe Careen  (no blood related)
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ALOYSIOUS NASH COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click to view)

23.  Gerald Nash # 181693 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy  

GERALD NASH {May 1921 – ???????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy and Serial # 181693.  Son of Jeremiah Nash and Theresa Careen  (no blood related)

24.  Raymond Nash # D/201737 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy  

RAYMOND NASH {Dec. 11, 1918 – Jun 1976} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy and Serial # D/201737.  Husband of Mary, Son of James Nash and Margaret McGrath  (no blood related) buried in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England

25.  Bartholomew O’Rourke # 211505 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy 

BARTHOLOMEW O’ROURKE {Feb. 1917 – July 6, 1983} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy 9th Contingent and Serial # 211505.  Husband of Mary Breen and Son of Patrick W. O’Rourke and Rosella Nash  (no blood related) buried at Holy Sepulchre RC Cemetery Mt. Pearl, Section R (Row 1 – 11), St. John’s West District

26.  Michael O’Rourke # 181667 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy 

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MICHAEL O’ROURKE {Mar. 1921 – July 7, 1998} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy 3rd Contingent and Serial # 181667.  Husband of Katherine Walsh, Son of Patrick W. O’Rourke and Rosella Nash  (no blood related) buried at Notre Dame Cemetery Cornwall, Ontario

27.  John T. Power # D/181666 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy

JOHN T. POWER {June 1915 – 2003} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy 3rd Contingent and Serial # D/181666.  Son of Bernard Power and Mary Lucy Nash  (no blood related) 

NEW BRIDGE – 13 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Able Seaman Michael Joseph Critch # C/JX 180754 served on H.M.S Avenger Newfoundland Royal Navy and Killed in Action Nov. 15, 1942

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ABLE SEAMAN MICHAEL JOSEPH CRITCH {Dec. 8, 1919 – Nov. 15, 1942} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy, serial # C/JX 180754 and KILLED IN ACTION Nov. 15, 1942.  Son of Patrick Critch and Mary Harvey (no blood related) 
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ABLE SEAMAN MICHAEL JOSEPH CRITCH 
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H.M.S. AVENGER – HMS Avenger was torpedoed and sunk with a heavy loss of life (516 perished) by U-155 under the command of Kapitänleutnant Adolf Piening on 15 November 1942, just west of Gibraltar.[5] Struck by only one torpedo, she quickly sank. Only twelve members of her crew were rescued.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Avenger_(D14)
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PANEL LIST (location of Able Seaman Michael Joseph Critch name) 
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GRAVE REGISTRATION (location of Able Seaman Michael Joseph Critch name) 

MICHAEL JOSEPH CRITCH MEMORY CERTIFICATE (click on to view)

2.  James Allison # 3014 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JAMES ALLISON {Jan. 1893 – 1947} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3014.  Husband of Rose.  Son of John Allison and Ellen Nevils (no blood related) 

3.  John Lewis # 3072 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN LEWIS {Aug. 1914 – March 16, 1981} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3072.  Husband of Eileen Pike, Son of Michael Lewis and Bridget Looney (no blood related) 

4.  Michael J. Lewis # 252 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL J. LEWIS {May 1912 – 1981} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 252.  Husband of Rita Nolan, Son of Michael Lewis and Deborah Mary Tremblett (no blood related) 

5.   Frederick Michael McDonald # 3076 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FREDERICK MICHAEL MCDONALD {May 22, 1915 – July 18, 1992} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3076.  Son of Michael McDonald and Mary Ellen Daley (no blood related) 

6.  Jerome J. McDonald # 255 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JEROME J. MCDONALD {Jan. 6, 1914 – Sept. 14, 1992} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 255.  Son of Michael McDonald and Mary Ellen Daley (no blood related) Died in Toronto

7.  John F. McDonald # 256 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN F. MCDONALD {July 15, 1905 – July 18, 1992} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 256.  Son of Michael McDonald and Mary Ellen Daley (no blood related) served in Greenland

8.  Nicholas W. McDonald # 258 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

NICHOLAS W. MCDONALD {Oct. 1919 – Aug. 30, 1969} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 258.  Son of John McDonald and Mary (no blood related) Holy Sepulchre RC Cemetery, Mt. Pearl
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9.  James O’Neill # 1961 served with Royal Newfoundland Artillery

JAMES O’NEILL {Jul 2, 1892 – Aug. 19, 1957} Enlisted with the Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 258.  Husband of Sarah Jane McDonald, Son of John O’Neill and Bridget Deacon (no blood related) buried in Toronto, Ontario

10.  Edward Allison # 180711 served with Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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EDWARD ALLISON {Jun 1917 – 1996} Enlisted with the Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 180711.  Son of James Allison and Rose and Stepmom Mary (unknown blood related) buried at Riverhead and born at New Bridge

11.  Leo Francis Allison # Unknown served with Newfoundland Merchant Navy 

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LEO FRANCIS ALLISON {Jun 1924 – 1997} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant.  Husband of Colleen Goheen.  Son of James Allison and Rose and Stepmom Mary (unknown blood related) buried at Riverhead

12.  John J. Nolan # 1955 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN J. NOLAN {Aug. 29, 1891 – March 20, 1972} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1955.  Husband of first wife Mary Walsh and second wife Philomina , Son of Francis Nolan and Mary Anne Tremblett (no blood related) husband of 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side

13.  Bernard O’Rourke # 264 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

BERNARD O’ROURKE {Nov 1910 – Dec. 6, 2001} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 264.  Husband of Mary Josephine Gushue, Son of Michael O’Rourke and Mary J. McDonald (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side… buried in Mount Pearl

RIVERHEAD – 19 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  John Barnes – # 1158107 served with Royal Newfoundland Artillery

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JOHN JOSEPH BARNES {July 4, 1922 – Sept. 19, 1996} Enlisted with the Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 1158107.  Husband of Edna Lee.  Son of John Barnes and Bride Curtis (no blood related) husband of 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side

2.  Edward Corcoran – # 3054 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

EDWARD CORCORAN {1922 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3054.  Son of Richard Corcoran and Deborah Doody (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side

3.  James Corcoran – # 3056 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JAMES CORCORAN {Aug. 1, 1920 – April 7, 2000} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3056.  Husband of Barbara Corcoran, Son of John Corcoran and Margaret Bowen (no blood related) 

4.  Edward Daley – # 214 served with Newfoundland Regular Forces

EDWARD DALEY {Aug. 1915 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Regular Forces and serial # 214.  Son of Alfred Daley and Catherine Lee (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side

5.  Valentine Lee – # 1950 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

VALENTINE LEE {Sep. 1915 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1950.  Son of George Thomas Lee and Mary Bridget Christopher (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side

6.  Kenneth Meaney – # 3081 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

KENNETH MEANEY {May 1920 – Jan. 5, 2010} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit in Scotland from 1940 to 1946 and serial # 3081.  Husband of 1st wife Evelyn, 2nd wife Maureen, Son of Edward Meaney and Margaret Carter (no blood related) buried at Herne Bay, Kent, England

7.  Stephen Meaney – # 3082 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

STEPHEN MEANEY {Dec 1914 – May 25, 2000} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3082.  Husband of Barbara, Son of Patrick Meaney and Maria Lee (blood related) buried over in Scotland

8.  Thomas Whalen – # 3118 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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THOMAS WHELAN {Nov 1913 – June 12, 1986} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3118.  Son of Patrick Whelan and Margaret Curtis (no blood related) 

9.  Alan Lee – # Unknown served with Newfoundland Merchant Navy Unit

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ALAN LEE {1907 – Apr. 7, 1978} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant Navy Unit and serial # Unknown. Husband of Ellen Mary Daley, Son of George Thomas Lee and Mary Bridget Christopher (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side

10.  William J. McDonald – # D/201716 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy

WILLIAM J. MCDONALD {June 1912 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy and serial # D/201716.  Son of Peter McDonald and Mary Margaret Lee (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side

11.  Lawrence J. Ryan – # 299601 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy

LAWRENCE J. RYAN {June 1911 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy and serial # 299601.   (unknown blood related)

12.  Felix Barnes # 3046 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FELIX BARNES {April 1916 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3046.  Husband of Barbara, Son of James Barnes and Bridget Mary Lee (blood related) Died in Scotland

13.  Maurice Corcoran # 3053 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MAURICE CORCORAN {Jan. 1919 – Aug. 21, 2002} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3053.  Husband of Gladys Saunders, Son of Maurice Corcoran and Louisa Dobbin (no blood related) 

14.  Peter Corcoran # 3055 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

PETER CORCORAN {Oct. 4, 1921 – Aug. 1, 2012} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3055.  Husband of Bridget, Son of William Francis Corcoran and Mary Power (blood related) Died in Labrador City

15.  Thomas Fagan  # 3062 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

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THOMAS FAGAN {Jan. 10, 1906 – Sept. 30, 1981} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3062.  Husband of Stella Whelan (unknown blood related)

16.  Alban J. Barnes # D/201715 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 7th Contingent.

ALBAN J. BARNES {Feb. 1918 – Aug. 20, 2004} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 7th Contingent and serial # D/201715.  Son of James Barnes and Bridget Mary Lee (blood related) Died in Quebec

17.  Austin Breen # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy as a Seaman

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AUSTIN BREEN  {Aug. 1916 – June 1, 1973) Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy as a Seaman and serial # Unknown.  Son of Austin Breen and Martha (unknown blood relation)

18.  Dermot Joseph lee # 970695 served with The Newfoundland Royal Artillery

DERMOT JOSEPH LEE  {Jun. 1913 – Jun. 21, 1985) Enlist with Newfoundland Royal Artillery and serial # 970695. Son of Thomas J Lee and Rose Ellen Morgan  (blood relation) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side

PETER JOSEPH KELLY {April 15, 1910 – August 19, 1942} Enlisted with the Royal Regiment of Canada on July 6, 1940 and was killed in Action on August 19, 1942 at Dieppe, France, Serial # B67851. Son of pre deceased father Nicholas Kelly, stepfather Edward Bonia and mother Bridget (no blood relation) stepson of 1st cousin 4x removed on Colinet Island Power/Lee side

MITCHELL’S BROOK – 11 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war histor

1.  Able Seaman Herbert McDonald # 180952 served with Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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HERBERT McDONALD  {Oct. 1918 – Apr. 30, 1985) Able Seaman Newfoundland Royal Navy and serial # 180952.  Husband of Joan Brain and son of Peter McDonald and Maud Roche (no blood relation)
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ABLE SEAMAN HERBERT MCDONALD

2.  George McDonald # 257 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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GEORGE McDONALD  {Sept. 5, 1912 – Aug. 27, 1986) Enlisted with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 257.  Husband of Mary, Son of Edward McDonald and Hannah Careen (no blood relation)
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3.  Bernard Penney # 1962 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

BERNARD PENNEY {1922 – ???????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1962. Son of William Penney and Mary Nolan (no blood related) 

4.  Daniel Joseph Penney # 3541 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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DANIEL JOSEPH PENNEY {Jan. 1917 – Aug. 4, 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3541. Son of William Penney and Mary Nolan (no blood related)

5.  Michael Penney # 1969 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL PENNEY {1923 – March 11, 1983} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1969.  Son of William Penney and Mary Nolan (no blood related)

6.  Thomas J. Penney # 3095 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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THOMAS J. PENNEY {Jan. 5, 1915 – June 29, 1998} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3095.  Husband of Mary Anne Morris, Son of William Penney and Mary Nolan (no blood related) My Godfather

7.  John Joseph Parrott # 265 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN JOSEPH PARROTT {June 1908 – 1992} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 265. Husband of Angela Mary Myles, Son of John Parrott and Mary Jane Pike (no blood related) 

8.  Richard Wade # 1973 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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RICHARD WADE {Dec. 1900 – Feb. 12, 1980} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1973.  Son of John Wade and Catherine Pike (no blood related) 

9.  Edward J. Williams # 1974 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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EDWARD JOSEPH WILLIAMS {June 22, 1908 – Dec. 18, 1982} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1974.  Son of John Williams and Anastasia (no blood related) 

10.  Thomas O’Connell # 970567 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillary

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THOMAS O’CONNELL {May 5, 1914 – March 31, 1979} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillary and serial # 970567. Husband of Hannah Nolan, Son of Patrick O’Connell and Margaret Pike (no blood relation) 

11.  Philip O’Connell # 147885 served with the Canadian Forces

ST. MARY’S – 17 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  David Yetman # 3125 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and a Great War service member # 6251

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DAVID YETMAN {Apr. 27, 1893 – Sept. 16, 1981} Enlisted on October 10, 1918 in the Great War, service # 6251 and discharged on July 4, 1919.  Also, served in the Newfoundland Forestry Unit WW2 serve # 3125. Husband of Estella, Son of William Yetman and Mary Ann Dobbin and Step mom Johanna (no blood relation) 

2.  Thomas Joseph Davis  # 3061 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

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THOMAS JOSEPH DAVID {Feb. 1911 – 1993} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3061.  Son of William Davis and Mary (unknown blood related) 

3.  Patrick Devine  # 2691 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

PATRICK DEVINE {Feb. 1908 – ????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 2691.  Son of Daniel Devine and Annie (unknown blood related) 

4.  Matthew Yetman  # 299 served with Lieutenant Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

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LIEUTENANT MATTHEW YETMAN {April 19, 1911 – Nov. 30, 1997} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 299.  Husband of Ellen Bishop, Son of William Joseph Yetman and Anastastia Molloy (no blood related)

5.  Patrick Butler  # unknown served as a Seaman with Newfoundland Merchant Navy 

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SEAMAN PATRICK BUTLER {1910 – Feb. 12, 1984} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.  Husband of Eileen Critch, Son of James Butler and Mary Josephine Lee (unknown blood related)

6.  Sylvester J. Fagan  # 181245 served Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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SYLVESTER FAGAN {Dec. 6, 1919 – Oct. 30, 2000} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181245.  Husband of Josephine, Son of Francis Fagan and Joanna Rousell (unknown blood related)

7.  John Mahoney  # Unknown served Newfoundland Merchant Navy 

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JOHN MAHONEY {Nov. 1909 – 1992} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.  Husband of Mary Purcell, Son of Peter Mahoney and Margaret Power (unknown blood related)

8.  Gerald Jerome Molloy # 181331 served Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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GERALD JEROME MOLLOY {July 2, 1919 – 1994} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181331.  Husband of Mary Purcell, Son of Patrick Molloy and Ellen Loughlan (no blood related)

9.  Thomas Walsh # 1158147 served with Royal Newfoundland Artillery 

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THOMAS WALSH {Oct. 1919 – Jan. 29, 1972} Enlisted with the Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 1158147.  Son of Edward Walsh and Rita Hayward (no blood related)

10.  Cyril J. Walsh # 1701 served with The Newfoundland Regiment and Korean War # SH813. 

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CYRIL J. WALSH {1927 – Feb. 21, 1989} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Regiment on July 29, 1944, serial # 1158147 and discharged on Nov. 2, 1945.  Also, served in Korean War # SH813Husband of Rose McDonald, Son of Edward Walsh and Rita Hayward (no blood related)

11.  Francis J. Burke # 181242 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

FRANCIS J. BURKE {June 1919 – 2003} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181242.  Husband of Nora, Son of Francis Burke and Alice (unknown blood related) buried in St. Mary’s New Cemetery

12.  James J. Gibbons # 181349 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

JAMES J. GIBBONS {May 1914 – ??????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181349.  Son of John Gibbons (unknown blood related) 

13.  Ignatius Francis Mooney # 181329 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

IGNATIUS FRANCIS MOONEY {Feb. 1917 – ??????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181329.  Son of John Mooney and Elizabeth St. Croix (no blood related) 

14.  John J. Ryan # 181017 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and a Great War Soldier # 6254

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JOHN J. RYAN {Oct. 8, 1893 – May 12, 1979} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent, serial # 181017 and a Great War Soldier # 6254 .  Son of James Ryan and Catherine (unknown blood related) 

15.  Patrick J. Davis # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy 

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PATRICK J. DAVIS {March 1909 – Oct. 6, 1974} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.  Son of William Davis and Mary (unknown blood related) 

16.  Albert A. Bonia # 971614 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery 59th Regiment 

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ALBERT A. BONIA {July 28, 1921 – May 4, 2010} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery 59th Regiment and serial # 971614. Son of Peter Bonia and Francis Whalen (no blood related)

 

GASKIERS –  11 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Joseph Critch # 3059 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOSEPH CRITCH {1918 – 1998} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3059.  Son of Patrick J. Critch and Ellen Critch (no blood related)  

2.  John Thomas Bishop # 3049 served with Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN THOMAS BISHOP {Nov. 1904 – 1994} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3049.  Son of Thomas Bishop and Rose Yetman (blood related) related on the Lee side 

3.  Patrick Bishop # 181248 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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PATRICK BISHOP {Nov. 1915 – 1983} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181248.  Husband of Mary I., Son of Thomas Bishop and Rose Yetman (blood related) related on the Lee side 

4.  Patrick Crawley # 1147 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

PATRICK CRAWLEY {Aug. 21, 1915 – Dec. 14, 1962} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1147.  Son of John Crawley and Veronica Tobin (no blood related) died in Holyrood

5.  Francis Critch # 3058 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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FRANCIS CRITCH {1916 – 1968} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3058.  Son of Patrick Critch and Margaret (no blood related)

6.  Moses Tobin # 3108 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

MOSES TOBIN {May 1914 – Feb. 27, 2010} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3108.  Husband of Mary Ellen, Son of Patrick Tobin and Jane Critch (no blood related) buried in new St. Mary’s Cemetery

7.  Charles Williams # 3123 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CHARLES WILLIAMS {May 5, 1913 – Feb. 1, 1996} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3123.  Son of John Williams and Elizabeth Tobin (no blood related)

8.  Joseph Williams # 3120 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOSEPH WILLIAMS {July 26, 1920 – June 13, 1999} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3120.  Husband of Agnes Loretta Parsons, Son of Stephen Williams and Rose (no blood related) buried in Corner Brook

9.  Leo Williams # 3121 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

LEO WILLIAMS {Jan 1917 – Feb. 6, 2006} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3121.  Son of Stephen Williams and Rose (no blood related) buried in St. Mary’s and obituary online

10.  Peter Williams # 3122 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PETER WILLIAMS {June 1917 – 1991} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3122.  Son of John Williams and Elizabeth Tobin (no blood related)

11.  Patrick Williams # 181250 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with the 2nd Contingent

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PATRICK WILLIAMS {Oct. 24, 1911 – April 3, 1998} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with the 2nd Contingent and serial # 181250.  Husband of Amelia, Son of Stephen Williams and Rose (no blood related)

POINT LA HAYE –  2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  William Bishop # 971612 served with The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Artillery as a Gunner

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WILLIAM BISHOP {Jan. 1919 – May 4, 1987} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Artillery as a Gunner on April 12, 1940, serial # 971612 and discharged Sept. 8, 1942.  Son of Alphonsus Joseph Bishop and Ellen Manderville (no blood related)

2.  Bernard J. Meehan # 181251 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

BERNARD J. MEEHAN {Oct. 1915 – ?????} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181251.  Son of Daniel Meehan and Margaret Dobbin (no blood related) 

GULCH  –  5 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Cyril White # 3124 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CYRIL WHITE {March 1918 – 1991} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3124.  Husband of Agnes J., Son of John White and Martha Yetman (no blood related)

2.  John T. White # 1426 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN T. WHITE {Jan. 1916 – ?????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1426.  Son of Peter White and Matilda Dobbin (no blood related) 

3.  James William White # 181244 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent 

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JAMES WILLIAM WHITE {Jan. 1914 – 1992} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181244.  Son of John White and Martha Yetman (no blood related)

4.  Alfred St. Croix # 181336 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

ALFRED ST. CROIX {Nov. 1920 – June 27, 2004} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181336. Husband of Madeline A. Greene, Son of Francis St. Croix and Monica Williams (no blood related) buried at South Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA

5.  Andrew White # 181243 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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ANDREW WHITE {Sept. 16, 1911 – April 4, 1998} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181243.  Son of Ambrose White and Annie (unknown blood related)

JOHN’S POND  –  1 Soldier who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Michael Linehan # 1975 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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MICHAEL LINEHAN {1988 – 1959} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1975.  Husband of Emma Careen, Son of John Joseph Linehan and Margaret Gregory (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

TICKLES  –  2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Cyril J. Linehan # 1953 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CYRIL J. LINEHAN {June 1913 – 1978} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1953.  Husband of Evelyn, Son of Thomas Linehan and Isabella Ann Davis (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side

2.  Fred J. Linehan # 3074 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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FREDERICK LINEHAN {April 1912 – March 16, 1980} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3074.  Husband of Kathleen Wall, Son of Thomas Linehan and Isabella Ann Davis (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side

MOUNT CARMEL  –   41 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1. Stephen J. Butland # 1935 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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STEPHEN J. BUTLAND {May 17, 1919 – March 17, 1990} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1935 .  Husband of Mildred Nolan, Son of Michael Joseph Butland and Mary Biggs, StepmomAnastasia Nolan (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

2.  Austin J. Dinn # 217 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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AUSTIN J. DINN {Aug. 14, 1913 – 1991}Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 217.  Husband of Bernadette Fowler, Son of Matthew Dinn and Mary Ann Murphy, (no blood related)

3.  Leo. Dinn # 1941 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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LEO DINN {Nov. 1910 – 1968} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1941.  Husband of Muriel McDonald, Son of John Dinn and Bridget Fowler (no blood related)

4.  Michael J. Dinn # 3508 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL J. DINN {Jan. 1918 – 1976} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3508.  Son of John Dinn and Bridget Fowler (no blood related)

5.  Richard J. Fowler # 224 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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RICHARD J. FOWLER {May 27, 1919 – March 13, 2003} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 224. Husband of Kathleen Hawco, Son of Richard Fowler and Elizabeth Tremblett (no blood related)

6.  Edward J. Grace # 230 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

EDWARD J. GRACE {Oct. 1916 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 230.  Son of Richard James Grace and Susanna Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

7.  Gerald Grace # 3514 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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GERARD GRACE {1923 – April 20, 1978} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3514.  Husband of  Theresa Marie Dean, Son of Patrick Grace and Elizabeth Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

8.  John J. Grace # 228 C/F served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Canadian Overseas Forces

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JOHN J. GRACE {April 1915 – 1978} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit, Canadian Overseas Forces and serial # 228 C/F.Husband of Mary E., Son of Richard James Grace and Susanna Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed onNorth Harbour Power side

9.  Patrick J. Grace # 229 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK J. GRACE {June 1919 – Dec. 31, 1964} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 229.  Husband of Cathrine Grant., Son of Richard James Grace and Susanna Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side… Buried at Bridge of Earn, Perthshire, Scotland
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PATRICK J. GRACE

10.  Alphonsus Hawco # 241 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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ALPHONSUS HAWCO {Sept. 1913 – Dec. 31, 1998} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 241.  Husband of Anne Fowler, Son of Samuel Hawco and Anastasia Kennedy (no blood related)

11.  Leonard J. Hawco # 180928 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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LEONARD J. HAWCO {Nov. 1915 – June 26, 1961} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 180928.  Husband of Theresa Dalton, Son of Samuel Hawco and Anastasia Kennedy (no blood related) husband of 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side

12.  Lieutenant James J. Hawco # 1951 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JAMES J. HAWCO {June 13, 1913 – Jan. 30, 1991} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1951. Husband of Gwen Nicholson, Son of Thomas Hawco and Janie Green (no blood related) buried in Scotland

13.  Kevin J. Hawco # 1949 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

KEVIN J. HAWCO {May 1917 – March 15, 1986} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1949. Husband of Elspeth Wilson Leslie, Son of Thomas Hawco and Janie Green (no blood related) buried in Scotland

14.  Matthew Hawco # 3524 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Canadian Armed Forces

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MATTHEW HAWCO {1921 – Nov. 3, 1981} Enlisted with The Canadian Armed Forces and serial # 3524.  Son of Samuel Hawco and Anastasia Kennedy (no blood related) 

15.  Michael A. Hearn # 1945 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL A. HEARN (Aug. 1904 – Feb. 5, 1989} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1945. Husband of Hilda M. Ezekiel, Son of Albert Hearn and Hannah Meaney (no blood related)

16.  John J. McCrate # 259 C/F served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Canadian Overseas Forces

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JOHN MCCRATE (May 31, 1911 – July 21, 1994} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit, Canadian Overseas Forces and serial # 259 C/F. Husband of Ethel Fowler, Son of John McCrate and Mary Frances Nolan (no blood related)

17.  Dennis Murphy # 3084 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry

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DENNIS MURPHY (Feb. 8, 1910 – Jan. 19, 1976} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3084. Husband of Margaret Critch, Son of John Murphy and Mary Ann Fowler (no blood related)

18.  James Murphy # 3534 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JAMES MURPHY (Feb. 28, 1905 – Jan. 27, 1978} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3534. Husband of Bridget Ann, Son of John Murphy and Mary Ann Fowler (no blood related)

19.  Patrick Murphy # 2231 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK MURPHY (June 1906 – 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 2231. Husband of Mary Ann Parrott,  Son of Michael Murphy and Bridget Whelan (no blood related)

20.  Edward Nolan # 1957 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry

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EDWARD NOLAN (Sept. 1904 – March 10, 1990} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1957. Husband of Anne, Son of Daniel Nolan and Mary Dinn (no blood related)

21.  George J. Nolan # 3535 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry

GEORGE J. NOLAN {Jan. 2, 1915 – March 31, 1973} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3535. Husband of Bella (Ella) Williamson, Son of Thomas Nolan and Winifred Marie Power (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side.  Buried in Scotland

22.  James F. Nolan # 1959 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry

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JAMES F. NOLAN {Sept. 1917 – 2002} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1959. Husband of Anne M. Power, Son of Michael Nolan and Jane (no blood related) husband of 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

23.  Michael J. Nolan # 180986 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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MICHAEL J. NOLAN {May 1920 – Nov. 21, 1984} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 180986. Husband of Elizabeth Hughes, Son of John Nolan and Ellen Barry (no blood related) buried in Mount Pearl

24.  Frederick Nolan # 180987 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent

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FREDERICK NOLAN {Nov. 1919 – Nov. 15, 1942} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 2nd Contingent, serial # 180987 and KILLED IN ACTION on November 15, 1942. Son of John Nolan and Ellen Barry (no blood related) 
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FREDERICK NOLAN COMMEMORATIVE CERTIFICATE (click to view)

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HMS AVENGER  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Avenger_(D14) (Copy link to view)

25.  Richard Nolan # 1960 and # 180987 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and The Newfoundland Royal Navy

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RICHARD J. NOLAN {Aug. 29, 1915 – Nov. 12, 2001} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and The Newfoundland Royal Navy serial, serial # 1960 and # 180987. Husband of Elizabeth Fowler, Son of Richard Nolan and Mariah Dinn (no blood related) 

26.  William I. Nolan # 299600 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 16th Contingent

WILLIAM I. NOLAN {Dec. 1920 – June 27, 2018} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 16th Contingent and serial # 299600. Husband of Kitty, Son of Patrick Nolan and Mary Ann Hearn (no blood related)

27.  William Nolan # 3089 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

WILLIAM  NOLAN {Aug. 1911 – ???????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3089. Husband of Lilly Rideout, Son of Thomas Nolan and Winifred Marie Power (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side

28.  Michael F. Nolan # 1958 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL F. NOLAN {June 10, 1899 – Jan. 17, 1958} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1958.  Husband of Mae, Son of Richard Nolan and Mariah Dinn  (no blood related)

29.  Frank J. Penney # 1966 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FRANK J. PENNEY {Aug. 1902 – ???????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1966. Son of John Penney (no blood related) 

30.  Leo Joseph Penney # 3540 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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LEO JOSEPH PENNEY {April 27, 1924 – Dec. 9, 1993} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3540. Son of Vincent Penney and Bride (unknown blood related) 

31.  William J. Pike # 1968 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

WILLIAM J. PIKE {June 1914 – Feb. 25, 1990} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1968. Husband of Mary Francis Power, Son of John Pike and Bridget Whelan (no blood related) husband of 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side

32.  Albert Power # 3097 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

ALBERT POWER {1921 – ??????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3097. Husband of Netta, Son of John Thomas Power and Alice Curtis (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side…. Buried in Aberdeen, Scotland

33.  Lance Corporal Brendan D. Power # 268 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit B Coy.  3rd Inv. Newfoundland Battalion 

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BRENDAN D. POWER {1921 – 16 Jul 2020} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 268.  Son of David J. Power and Lucy Collins (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side
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Brendan Power #268 [Age 21 Years]
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I was with a road building crew at this time.
Truck is a Bedford 6 Ton, Dump
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CERTIFICATE of DISCHARGE
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HOME GUARD LETTER
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NEWFOUNDLAND OVERSEAS FORESTERS ASSOCIATION

34.  David Power # 1967 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

DAVID POWER {Feb. 1, 1919 – July 27, 1987} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1967. Husband of Ethel Mary TilleySon of David Power and Sarah Jane Steward (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

35.  John T. Power # 3099 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN THOMAS POWER {July 1910 – Feb. 20, 1996} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3099. Husband of Bridget Corrigan, Son of David Power and Sarah Jane Steward (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

36.  Joseph P. Power # 269 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOSEPH P. POWER {Feb. 16, 1915 – Dec. 29, 1980} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 269. Husband of Bridget, Son of John J. Power and Catherine Power (blood related) 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side

37.  William J. Power # 3100 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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WILLIAM J. POWER {August 1921 – 1981} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3100.  Son of David Power and Sarah Jane Steward (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

38.  Elias Joseph Power # 396 served with The Newfoundland Regiment

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ELIAS JOSEPH POWER {1922 – 1977} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Regiment on Aug. 8, 1940, serial # 396 and discharged on Sept. 14, 1945.  Husband of Elizabeth, Son of David Power and Sarah Jane Steward (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

39.  Harold Fowler # 180779 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

HAROLD FOWLER {Feb. 1, 1919 – July 27, 1987} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 180779. Husband of Theresa Sampson, Son of James Francis Fowler and Mary Angela Lewis (no blood related)

40.  Pat J. Ezekiel # 221 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK J. EZEKIEL {Oct. 10, 1912 – May 26, 2001} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 221.   Husband of Annie M. Grace, Son of Michael Ezekiel and Mary Ellen McCarthy (no blood related) husband of 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

41.  Michael Meaney # 971307 or 971606 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery

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MICHAEL MEANEY {1901 – 1990} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 971307 or 971606.  Husband of Isabella, Son of Richard Meaney and Bridget Davis (no blood related)  

ST. CATHERINE’S – 4 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Francis Walsh # 1972 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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FRANCIS P. WALSH {August 1906 – 1962} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1972.  Husband of Mary A., Son of James Walsh and Theresa Mahoney (no blood related)

2.   Augustus Joseph Hurley # 3527 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

AUGUSTUS JOSEPH HURLEY {April 1921 – July 11, 2005} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3527. Husband of Rosemary Power, Son of John Hurley and Catherine Mary Grant (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side

3.  Denis F. Hurley # 1947 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

DENIS F. HURLEY {Feb. 7, 1920 – April 29, 2007} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1947. Husband of Annie Hardy, Son of John Hurley and Catherine Mary Grant (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power side

4.  Michael William Walsh # 296 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL WILLIAM WALSH {1914 – 1991} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 296. Husband of Ellen PowerSon of James Walsh and Theresa Mahoney Mary Grant (no blood related) husband of 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side

MOSQUITO –  1 Soldier who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Vincent Doody # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy

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VINCENT DOODY {Nov. 11, 1896 – Feb. 16, 1975} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown. Husband of EmmaSon of Alban Doody and Mary Francis Young (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on Colinet Island Power side

ADMIRAL’S BEACH –  2 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  James J. Barron # 3047 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JAMES J. BARRON {July 1915 – ??????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3047.  Son of Michael Barron and Mary Margaret Gregory (no blood related)

2.  John Francis Barron # 1934 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Newfoundland Royal Artillery Unit 459 Squad

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JOHN FRANCIS BARRON {Jan. 17, 1917 – Jan. 22, 2006} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit, Newfoundland Royal Artillery Unit and serial # 1934.  Husband of Olive Hickey, Son of Michael Barron and Mary Margaret Gregory (no blood related)

ST. JOSEPH’S –  30 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Leo P. Bishop # 202 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Royal Newfoundland Regiment

LEO P. BISHOP {Sept. 9, 1918 – Feb. 11, 2009} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit,  and serial # 202.  Husband of Margaret Spinks Abernethy, Son of John J. Bishop and Elizabeth Peddle (no blood related) buried in Kelligrews

2.  Austin J. Daley # 2180 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

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AUSTIN J. DALEY {Oct. 13, 1902 – Jan. 14, 1973} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 2180.  Son of Michael Daley and Elizabeth White (no blood related)

3.  Charles F. Daley # 1938 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CHARLIE F. DALEY {July 22, 1922 – Jan. 2, 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1938. Husband of Nora Power, Son of Charlie B. Daley and Lucy Mary Doody (blood related) 3rd cousin 2x removed on Power side Colinet Island side and husband of  2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Power side 

4.  Garrett Daley # 3060 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

GARRETT JOSEPH DALEY {Dec. 7, 1914 – Sept. 4, 2003} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit,  and serial # 3060.  Husband of Catherine Irvine, Son of Francis Daley and Ellen Ann Curtis (no blood related) buried in Ashford, Kent, England

5.  Brendan M. Daley # 181289 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent Unit

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BRENDAN M. DALEY {Sept. 10, 1921 – May 18, 2004} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181289Husband of first wife Ellizabeth White, second wife Ellen A. Miller, Son of David L. Daley and Kathleen Christopher (no blood related) buried at Dorchester, Massachusetts  

6.  Martin J. Duggan # 1937 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MARTIN J. DUGGAN {Feb. 1903 – 1967} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1937.  Son of Patrick Francis Duggan and Mary Ann Hickey (no blood related)

7.  Michael Duggan # 1939 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL DUGGAN {Jan. 6, 1908 – June 15, 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1939.  Husband of Sarah, Son of Martin Joseph Duggan and Mary Deborah Curtis (no blood related)

8.  Peter J. Duggan # 3509 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PETER J. DUGGAN {Oct. 26, 1922 – Oct. 6, 1979} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3509.  Husband of Nora, Son of William Joseph Duggan and Ellen Josephine Daley (no blood related)
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9.  Charles J. Furey # 1943 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CHARLES J. FUREY {May 23, 1916 – Sept. 30, 1980} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1943.  Husband of Sarah M. Power, Son of Bernard Furey and Jane Piccot (no blood related) husband of 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side

10.  Terrence J. Furey # 225 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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TERRENCE J. FUREY {July 1903 – 1983} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 225.  Husband of Mabel Singleton, Son of William Furey and Margaret F. Dalton (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

11.  George J. Furey # C/JX 180784 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent Unit who served on HMS Sunflower

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GEORGE J. FUREY {June 29, 1909 – 1996} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent Unit and serial # C/JX 180784Husband of Margaret McCormack, Son of William Furey and Margaret F. Dalton (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

12.  George Gushue # 231 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

GEORGE GUSHUE {April 1916 – Feb. 6, 1970} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 231.  Son of William Gushue and Mary Ann Daley (no blood related) buried in Hamilton, Ontario

13.  Tobias Gushue # 226 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

TOBIAS GUSHUE {Nov. 27, 1917 – June 20, 1997} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 226.  Son of William Gushue and Mary Ann Daley (no blood related)

14.  Lance Corporal John J. Gushue # 145 served with The Newfoundland Regiment Unit

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JOHN J. GUSHUE {June 1914 – August 21, 1990} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Regiment Unit on Nov. 28, 1939, serial # 145 and discharged on Jan. 10, 1944.  Husband of Bridget Bishop, Son of William Gushue and Mary Ann Daley (no blood related)

15.  Frank Mahoney # 3077 Forces served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FRANCIS JOSEPH MAHONEY {Sept. 1918 – Oct. 1968} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3077.  Son of Michael Mahoney and Caroline (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side… buried at Neath Wales

16.  Gerald Mahoney # 1956 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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GERALD MAHONEY {Feb. 25, 1921 – June 24, 1997} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1956.  Son of Michael Mahoney and Caroline (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side

17.  2nd Lieutenant John F. Power # 1965 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN F. POWER {May 1913- 1974} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1965.  Husband of Esther Dunnings from Scotland. Son of William Patrick Power and Ellen Theresa Hanlon (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power Side… buried at Mount Carmel

18.  Joseph Edmund Power # 1964 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOSEPH EDMUND POWER {June 11, 1921 – June 6, 2000} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1964.  Husband of Mary Florence Scholes, Son of Peter Joseph Power and Winnifred Hearn (no blood related) buried at Mount Pearl

19.  Eric R. Ryan # 274 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

ERIC R. RYAN {Feb. 1908 – ???????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 274.  Son of John J. Ryan and Elizabeth Grace (no blood related) 

20.  John F. Ryan # 273 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN F. RYAN {July. 1901 – Aug. 26, 1972} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 273.  Son of Alban Augustine Ryan and Hannah J. McDonald (no blood related) buried in New Brunswick 

21.   Joseph R. Ryan # 1970 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOSEPH R. RYAN {Oct. 31 1908 – Aug. 27, 2004} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1970.  Husband of Mary Stella Butler, Son of Richard Joseph Ryan and Teresa Dinn (no blood related)

22.  Jerome Ryan # unknown served with The Royal Canadian Navy

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JEROME RYAN {Dec. 7, 1925 – April. 5, 2009} Enlisted with The Royal Canadian Navy and serial # unknown.  Husband of Ellen Hayes, Son of Jerome Ryan and Elizabeth Curtis (no blood related)

23.  James William Ryan # 971940 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery 

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JAMES RYAN {Dec. 7, 1924 – April. 5, 1984} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 971940 Husband of Gertrude Barron, Son of Jerome Ryan and Elizabeth Curtis (no blood related) 

24.  Walter R. Norris # 181232 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent 

WALTER R. NORRIS {Feb. 27, 1912 – June 1971} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent and serial # 181232.  Son of John Joseph Norris and Annie (unknown blood related) died in USA

25.  Richard Singleton # 181233 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent 

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RICHARD SINGLETON {Dec. 7, 1917 – Dec. 26, 2000} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent and serial # 181233Husband of Clotilda Daley, Son of Joseph Singleton and Teresa Power (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power Side

26.  Vincent Anthony Singleton # 971675 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery 

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VINCENT ANTHONY SINGLETON {Sept. 1920 – 1997} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 971675Husband of Mary, Son of John F. Singleton and Mary Agnes Mooney (no blood related) 

27.  Private Lawrence “Larry” Ryan # 971869 served with The 59th Royal Newfoundland Regiment

LAWRENCE PATRICK RYAN {July 5, 1922 – Dec. 2, 1919} Enlisted with The 59th Royal Newfoundland Regiment and serial # 971869.  Husband of Elizabeth, Son of Jerome Ryan and Elizabeth Curtis (no blood related) 

28.  Gabriel Joseph Ryan # ???????????

GABRIEL JOSEPH RYAN {April 1921 – Aug. 10, 2005} Enlisted with The Royal NewfoundlandHusband of Kathleen Power, Jerome Ryan and Elizabeth Curtis (no blood related)

29. Alexander Joseph Daley # ????? served with United States Army

ALEXANDER JOSEPH DALEY {Jan 11 1922 – Aug. 10, 2005} Enlisted with United States Army.  Husband of Catherine Brown, son of Ambrose Daley and Anastasia Walsh (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh side

30. Gerald Curtis

MALL BAY –  5 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Peter Sullivan # 3107 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit 

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PETER SULLIVAN {July 20, 1902 – Aug. 3, 1983} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3107.  Husband of Theodora Sinyard, Son of Edward Sullivan and Hester Clarey (no blood related) St. Joseph’s Cemetery Little Bras d’Or, Cape Breton County, N.S.

2.  Leo Francis Christopher # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy

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LEO FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER  {1925 – 1993} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.  Husband of Mary Francis Sinyard, Son of Joseph Christopher and Mary J. O’Rourke (no blood related) 

3.  Vincent Christopher # 181330 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent 

VINCENT CHRISTOPHER  {July 1919 – Sept. 18, 1992} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy with 2nd Contingent and serial # 181330.  Son of Joseph Christopher and Mary J. O’Rourke (no blood related) buried in St. John’s

4.  Patrick Comerford # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy as a Seaman

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PATRICK COMERFORD {1906 – 1975) Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy as a Seaman and serial # Unknown.  Husband of Anna Fagan, Son of John Comerford and Rose Whelan (unknown blood relation)

5.  John Sinyard Unknown # served with The Royal Newfoundland Merchant Navy

JOHN SINYARD  {Feb 1910 – March 10, 1979} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Merchant Navy.  Son of Edward Sinyard and Deborah Christopher (no blood related) buried at Riverhead

COLINET –  11 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  John J. Conway # 1936 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN J. CONWAY  {????? – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1936.  (unknown blood related)

2.  Edward J. Didham # 1942 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and served in Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the Great War serial # 5187

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EDWARD J. DIDHAM {Oct. 23, 1994 – Feb. 6, 1974} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Regiment in Great War serial # 5187 and The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 181330.  Predeceased by 1st wife Nellie,  husband of Maude Davis, son of John Didham and Ann Plippard   (no blood relation)

3.  Cyril J. Downey # 216 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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Cyril Downey {May 5, 1911 – March 2, 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 216.  Husband of Clarice Linehan, Son of Robert Downey and Theresa King (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side

4.  Robert F. Downey # 215 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

ROBERT F. Downey {Aug. 26, 1913 – Oct. 26, 2004} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 215.  Husband of Kay Morrissey, Son of Robert Downey and Theresa King (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side… buried in Mount Pearl

5.  Carl Linehan # 251 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CARL LINEHAN {Sept. 1910 – Aug. 2, 1950} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 251.  Husband of Bridget Tremblett, Son of Albin Linehan and Maude O’Neil (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side and Husband of 1st cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side…. Born in North Harbour

6.  Clifford Linehan # 3073 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CLIFFORD LINEHAN {Feb. 1906 – 1959} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3073.   Son of Albin Linehan and Maude O’Neil (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side…. Born in North Harbour

7.  John A. Linehan # 299599 served with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 16th Contingent

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JOHN A. LINEHAN {July 22, 1918 – Aug. 15, 1996} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Royal Navy 16th Contingent and serial # 299599.   Husband of Mildred Tremblett, Son of Albin Linehan and Maude O’Neil (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side…. Born in North Harbour

8.  Daniel Joseph Linehan # 971211 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery

DANIEL JOSEPH LINEHAN {Oct. 18, 1919 – March 22, 1993} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 971211.   Son of Michael Linehan and Emma Careen (blood related) 3rd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Walsh/King side…. Born in John’s Pond and buried at Dunville St. Anne Roman Catholic Cemetery

9.  Alexander Wall # 295 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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ALEXANDER WALL {Aug. 9, 1914 – July 30, 1998} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 295.   Son of Albin Linehan and Maude O’Neil (no blood related) 

10.  Cyril Bonia # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy

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CYRIL BONIA {Aug. 9, 1914 – July 30, 1998} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.   Husband of Annie J. Downey, Son of John Thomas Bonia and Bridget Rose Ryan (blood related) 2nd cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Power/Ryan side

11.  Thomas Mulrooney # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy

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THOMAS MULROONEY {1901 – Oct. 12, 1971} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.   Son of Daniel Mulrooney and Mary Whelan (no blood related) 

HARICOTT –  4 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  William J. Drohan # 1940 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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WILLIAM J. DROHAN {Sept. 1911 – Sept. 13, 1986} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1940.   Son of Thomas Drohan and Margaret Peddle (no blood related)

2.  John J. Drohan # 970821 served with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery 

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JOHN J. DROHAN {Sept. 1911 – Sept. 13, 1986} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Artillery and serial # 970821.   Son of Thomas Drohan and Margaret Peddle (no blood related)

3.  Bartholomew P. George # 246591 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 12th Contingent

BARTHOLOMEW P. GEORGE {1921 – ??????} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 12th Contingent and serial # 246591.   Son of Fred George and Agatha (no blood related)

4.  Leo John Byrnes # Unknown served with The United States Navy on board the USS PC-495 ( a 173’ submarine chaser) and saw action in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters.

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LEO JOHN BYRNES {Aug. 20, 1926 – April 18, 2020} Enlisted with The United States Navy and serial # Unknown.   Husband of Claire Dumas, Son of Leo John Byrnes and Hilda Power (blood related)  2nd cousin 2x removed on Colinet Island Power side… Mr. Leo’s Parents are both from Newfoundland and moved to Massachusetts 
LEO JOHN BYRNES

O’DONNELL’s (Mussel Pond) –  20 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Thomas J. Evoy # 659 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

THOMAS J. EVOY {Sept. 15, 1917 – Oct. 7, 1968} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit  and serial # 659.   Husband of Dorothy Nichols, Son of Thomas Evoy and Mary Ellen Hanlon (no blood related) buried in Deer Lake, Newfoundand

2.  Cyril J. Hanlon # 237 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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CYRIL J. HANLON {Dec. 27, 1913 – Dec. 25, 2000} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 237.   Husband of Mary J Picco, Son of Michael J. Hanlon and Hannah Daley (no blood related)

3.  George A. Hanlon # 3523 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

GEORGE A. HANLON {Oct. 12, 1919 – July 25, 2004} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3523.   Son of Michael J. Hanlon and Hannah Daley (no blood related)

4.  Gerald J. Hanlon # 3522 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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GERALD JOSEPH HANLON {June 1, 1921 – 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3522.   Husband of Edna Tobin, Son of Michael J. Hanlon and Hannah Daley (no blood related)

5.  James J. Hanlon # 3519 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JAMES J. HANLON {Sept. 22, 1922 – Sept. 22, 1998} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3519.   Husband of Anita Mary, Son of Patrick Hanlon and Mary Bridget Hickey (no blood related)

6.  John F. Hanlon # 3517 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOHN F. HANLON {July 1917 – Sept. 3, 1999} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3517.   Husband of Edith Butland, Son of Michael J. Hanlon and Hannah Daley (no blood related) husband of 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

7.  Michael F. Hanlon # 235 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL F. HANLON {Dec. 1910 – 1990} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 235.   Husband of Florence Tobin, Son of Patrick Hanlon and Sarah Nolan (no blood related) 

8.  Patrick Hanlon # 1948 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK HANLON {March 17, 1922 – Feb. 2, 1992} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1948.   Husband of Unknown, Son of Patrick Hanlon and Sarah Nolan (no blood related) 

9.  Peter Hanlon # 3067 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

PETER HANLON {Oct. 25, 1915 – April 1997} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3067.   Husband of Agnes Clark, Son of Michael J. Hanlon and Hannah Daley (no blood related) Died in Worcester, Worcestershire, England

10.  Richard J Hanlon # 3518 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

RICHARD J. HANLON {July 1914 – July 17, 1989} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3518.   Son of Thomas Hanlon and Ann Frances Tremblett (blood related) 2nd cousin 2x removed on North Harbour Walsh side.. buried in Dunville, Newfoundland

11.  William Hanlon # 1944 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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WILLIAM HANLON {July 1918 – 1997} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1944.   Husband of Agnes (Nettie), Son of Patrick Hanlon and Sarah Nolan (no blood related) 

12.  Albert Hanlon # 181249 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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ALBERT HANLON {Feb. 1914 – 1990 Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 181249.  Husband of Mary Power, Son of Patrick Hanlon and Mary Bridget Hickey (no blood related)

13.  Joseph P. Hickey # 1946 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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JOSEPH HICKEY {1928 – 1994} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 1946.  Husband of Marguerite Butland, Son of Michael Hickey and Anastasia Ryan (no blood related)  husband of 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

14.  Michael Hickey # 3069 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL HICKEY {Feb. 16, 1893 – 1982} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3069.  Husband of Anastasia Ryan, Son of Michael Hickey and Elizabeth Butland (no blood related)  

15.  Michael Hickey # 236 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL HICKEY {Feb. 1910 – 1941} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 236.  Husband of Margaret Mahoney, Son of Thomas Joseph Hickey and Amelia Peddle (no blood related)

16.  Ronald J. Hickey # 180931 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

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RONALD J. HICKEY {July 18, 1918 – Sept. 10, 2005} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 180931.  Husband of Mary Margaret Barron, Son of Thomas Joseph Hickey and Amelia Peddle (no blood related)  buried in Mount Pearl

17.  Stephen Picco # 3096 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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STEPHEN PICCO {May 1883 – Dec. 21, 1964} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3096.  Husband of Elizabeth Hickey  (no blood related) 

18.  Thomas Tremblett # 288 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and Enlisted on Sep. 13, 1918 in the Great War, Serial # 6159

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THOMAS JOHN TREMBLETT {July 20, 1898 – Dec. 24, 1975} Enlisted on Sep. 13, 1918 in the Great War, Serial # 6159, also in the NFLD Forestry Unit 288 in WW2.  Husband of Mary.  Son of Thomas Tremblett and Margaret Mahoney (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side

19.  John Walsh # 3112 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN WALSH {July 1916 – ??????} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3112. Son of Thomas Walsh and Francis (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side… maybe buried in Mount Pearl

20.  James Mahoney # Unknown served with The Newfoundland Merchant Navy

JAMES MAHONEY {July 1906 – May 18, 1977} Enlisted with the Newfoundland Merchant Navy and serial # Unknown.  Husband of Florence Tobin, Son of Samuel Mahoney and Lucy (blood related) 1st cousin 3x removed on North Harbour Walsh Side… Should be a headstone at Old O’Donnell’s cemetery 

FOREST FIELD –  4 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Arthur Kielley # 3529 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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ARTHUR KIELLEY {Jan. 26, 1922 – Jan. 24, 2010} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3529.  Son of Michael Kielley and Margaret Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

2.  Michael Kielley # 248 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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MICHAEL KIELLEY {Aug. 1918 – 1991} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 248.  Son of Michael Kielley and Margaret Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

3.  Frederick Ryan # 3547 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FREDERICK RYAN {1921 – 2015} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3547.  Son of Dominic Ryan and Frances Tobin (no blood related) 

4.  Alexander Slaney # 282 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

ALEXANDER SLANEY {Jan. 1920 – ??????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 282.  Son of Casmier Slaney and Mary Theresa Power (blood related) 3rd cousin 1x removed on North Harbour Power side

ST. VINCENT’S –  12 Soldiers who enlisted (click on links to view their war history)

1.  Gerald Gibbons # 3063 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

GERALD GIBBONS {June 1909 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3063.  Son of John Gibbons and Elizabeth (no blood related) 

2.  Matthew Gibbons # 3064 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

MATTHEW GIBBONS {Nov 1910 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3064.  Son of Michael Gibbons and Catherine (no blood related) 

3.  Michael J. Gibbons # 183544 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent

MICHAEL J. GIBBONS {Nov. 1917 – 1986} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 2nd Contingent and serial # 183544.  Son of John Gibbons and Elizabeth (no blood related) buried at St. Vincent Cemetery

4.  William Martin # 3079 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

WILLIAM MARTIN {Oct. 1918 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3079.  Son of Daniel Martin and Lena Crawley (no blood related) 

5.  Partick Moriarity # 3083 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

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PATRICK MORIARITY {July 10, 1919 – March 18, 2000} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3083.  Son of Benjamin Moriarity and Mary Grant (no blood related) 

6.  Martin Moriarity # KX 132624 served with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 15th Contingent 

MARTIN MORIARITY {April 1908 – ??????} Enlisted with The Royal Newfoundland Navy 15th Contingent and serial # KX 132624.  Son of Patrick Moriarity and Mary (no blood related) 

7.  Frank Nolan # 3088 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

FRANK NOLAN {1915 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3088.  Husband of Mary Fleming (unknown blood related)  I believe from Mount Carmel Orginally

8.  John St. Croix # 3104 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOHN ST. CROIX {May 1919 – Jan. 5, 1996} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3104.  Husband of Rita Halleran,Son of Aden St. Croix and Bridget Halleran (no blood related)  buried at St. Vincent cemetery

9.  Joseph St. Croix # 3105 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

JOSEPH ST. CROIX {Aug 1918 – 1995} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3105.  Husband of Geraldine Moriarty, Son of Joseph St. Croix and Mary Corcoran (no blood related) buried at St. Vincent cemetery

10.  Rennie St. Croix # 3106 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

RONALD ST. CROIX {Aug 1918 – ?????} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3106.   (Unknown blood related)

11.  Alex Watson # 3115 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

ALEXANDER WATSON {Oct. 9, 1916 – Oct. 12, 2006} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 3115.  Husband of Kathleen Marie Ryan, Son of Bernard Watson and Mary Ann Peddle (no blood related)  from St. Brides originally

12.  Peter Watson # 2247 served with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit

PETER WATSON {Dec. 1914 – May 1987} Enlisted with The Newfoundland Overseas Forestry Unit and serial # 2247.  Husband of Edna Crookes, Son of Fredrick Watson and Stella Hayward (no blood related) buried in Yorkshire, England

World War 2 excel sheet of all Soldiers Names

Lots of stories there is one where the Butland’s where out fishing and noticed a periscope coming out of the water. They went back to shore and reported to the American’s based in Argentia . They came out and depth charged it. It was a German Uboat.