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Kings County Historical and Archival Society File
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"H. A. Cody: Parson And Poet"

This article is one of a two part series written by Ted Jones, who at the time was a teacher at Fredericton High School , and was working on a full-length biography of H. A. Cody. This first part details the first part of Rev. Cody's life up until his marriage to Jessie Margaret Flewelling, in 1905.

Burial Grant for Pte. Huggard

Letter from the Board of Pension Commissioners for Canada Authority for Pension Payments, to Mrs. Kathryn M. Huggard for Pte. Warren H. Huggard (Deceased) for a burial grant. Pte. Huggard died November 26 1922

Circumstances of Death or Missing Report Regt. # 3255518

Circumstances of Death or Missing Report Regt. # 3255518, Rank Pte; P.L. Robertson; unit 44 Can. Bn., casualty killed in action, 2-9-18." "Private Robertson was killed in action while taking part with his battalion in the operations at Dury, in front of Arras. No details are available relative to the actual circumstances under which he met his death." Form R 231.

Death Certificate for Pte. Warren H. Huggard

A document from the Director of Records, Department of National Defence (Military Service), Ottawa. It is dated 19 October 1927, for Private Warren H. Huggard with informants signature, Kathryn Huggard, Norton, Kings County, New Brunswick. Cause of death was tuberculosis

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