Series 09.14.07 - Associations

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Associations

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CA HM 09.14.00-09.14.07

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  • 1937,1938,1939,1945-1950 (Creation)
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    K. S. (Keltie) Kennedy

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15.5 cm of Textual Records broken into 11 file folders .

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(1898-1987)

Biographical history

Keltie S. Kennedy. Born September 22nd, 1898 Kennedy was a WWI veteran. He enlisted on May 1st, 1916. He served in the Artillery and was badly wounded in France on April 29th, 1917. He joined the Hussars in 1921. He was Commanding Officer from 1936-1939. He is credited with keeping the Regiment alive. Due to his WWI wounds he was not medically fit to command during WWII and relinquished command to Harold Gamblin. He continued to serve during WWII and again was Commanding Officer from 1946-1947. He later was made Honorary Colonel of the Regiment from 1957-1969. He died January 7th, 1987.

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Gagetown Museum
Keltie kennedy

Scope and content

This Series Consists of Minutes, Correspondence , Letters , Reports, Selection of Officers, Delegates , Grants and Financial Reports starting from 1938 Canadian Cavalry Association , Conference of Defense Associations and Royal Canadian Armoured Corps which Keltie was a member of each .
Material on Recruiting Conference with LT Col James Ness V.D. Director of Recruiting for Canada at the Admiral Beatty Hotel Saint John New Brunswick November 28th 1941. Also an address by Lt Col G.A. Gamblin explain Recruiting Methods employed in the District.
The Royal Canadian Armoured Corps (Cavalry) Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting Ottawa Ontario 1952.

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Textual Documents were found in a footlocker owned By Keltie in the basement of the Gagetown Museum damp and deteriorating . Papers must be handled with care .

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