|Attestation Papers||Burial Records|
|Hamilton, Hubert (Major)||October 19 1914|
|Howe, George||October 1 1914
October 2 1914
The above index contains published death notices from the Fort William Daily Times Journal (FWDTJ) and the Port Arthur Daily News (PADN), along with links to available attestation papers (through Library and Archives Canada) and Burial Records (through the Commonwealth War Graves Commission) for local individuals who were killed during or as a result of the First World War. The index is updated monthly to coincide with the centennial of these events and commemorate the sacrifice of those individuals and their families. If you know of someone who should be included here, please contact us at tbpl%23ca|ww1project.
A report was presented by the City Relief Committee at the Port Arthur City Council meeting of October
13, 1914. While we unfortunately do not have the text of this report, it seems to relate to the creation
of a new Patriotic Association. Councillors Frederick Urry and Sidney Wilson would serve on the first
version of this Association.
Over the years of the war, the Patriotic Association would provide financial support to disadvantaged
citizens, in conjunction with the City Relief Committee.
Note: Some photographs and scans of original documents have been retouched for clarity of viewing only.
The Fort William Daily Times Journal and the Port Arthur Daily News respectfully solicited letters from soldiers at the front - or extracts therefrom - during the First World War. Any reader who had a letter from a relative or friend with the British, French or Russian forces was invited to submit said letter for publication to the community.