Fonds 12.37 - Owen William Lockyer

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Owen William Lockyer

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  • Source of title proper: Museum Created

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CA HM 12.37

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  • 1939-2010-1946,1951,1970,1973,1987,1989 (Creation)
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    Lockyer, Owen William

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newspaper, maps, Minutes sheet, 3 personal Documents , Plastic folder and memorabilia .

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(1923-2010)

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Owen W. Lockyer, 87, of Moncton, with his family at his side, passed away at the Dr. Georges L. Dumont Hospital on Sunday November 28, 2010, following a sudden illness. Born in Herring Neck, NL, he was the son of the late Frank and Elizabeth (Nixon) Lockyer. Owen was the retired president of Atlantic Office Equipment & Supply Ltd., faithful member of St. George

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Jim Lockyer

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Fonds consists of 2 videos , and 2 maps, Italy Defense Overprint May 1944 and Tracadie 1941 Showing Target Area. Newspapers clippings include a page titled 8th Canadian Hussars Marks 125th Anniversary 1973, 1 page titled Hussars Pay tribute to Lovers Of Freedom 1970 and 2 pages of Keltie Kennedy A Hussar to the End 1987. Included is a Part of 1973 Old Soldiers never die also one section page 5 the Eighth Canadian Hussars Change of Command. The 8th Hussars Published weekly by 8th Princess Louise (NB) hussars Gronenzen Holland 27 Oct. 1945, 30 Oct. 1945, 15 Sept. 1945, and Oriona to Cassino Italy 1944 Sept. 22 1945 and Oct. 9 1945. A Section Home Guard is a `Common Soldier . The advance post Published by British Army in the Field 8 March 1943 plus 5 Pages Enemy Retreat becomes a Rout, Southland is Liberated, Gunmans Face Encirclement , and Keyn Positions Captured. Pages from The Maple Leaf Break-Through in Normandy July 28 1944.Minute Sheet pages April 18 1989 and personal Documents . Also inclkuded is a Plastic Folder with war memorabilia , reunion info and menus Canadian Pacific Railway.

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Box - 32

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