Leslieville Historical Society Remembers: Nov 9

The 48 Highlanders


Group of Officers of the 134th Battalion (48th Highlanders), C.E.F., 1915-16. Library and Archives Canada
Officers of the 134th Battalion, Witley Camp, UK, 1917. Image from http://15thbattalioncef.ca/insignia/134th-insignia/
4th Platoon of 134th Battalion, CEF, at Toronto, 1916. Library and Archives Canada


The 134th Battalion (48th Highlanders) marching past a reviewing stand and the Duke of Connaught, Maj.-General Sir Sam Hughes, and Lt. General Turner, http://15thbattalioncef.ca/134th-battalion/

Soldiers of the 134th Battalion with family members


8th Platoon, 134th Battalion, at Camp Borden, August 1916. Library and Archives Canada


Rugby Team, 134th Battalion, Library and Archives Canada

A Soldier of the 134th Battalion. Public Domain.
Bombing section No. 4 platoon No. 1 Company 15th Battalion 13 Aug 1917 prior to Hill 70. Privates Estaffe, Blackall and Hunter KIA. Banton commissioned. Foster, McKenna, Kemp, Erwin and Turk survive war. from http://15thbattalioncef.ca/war-art/


Pipe Band of the 134th Battalion C.E.F., at Camp Borden, August 1916. Library and Archives Canada

Soldiers of the 134th Battalion. Public Domain.


Eleven more photos will be posted tomorrow.





Published by Leslieville Historical Society

Welcome to the Leslieville Historical Society's website. Please feel free to join us, to ask questions, to attend walking tours and other events, and to celebrate Leslieville's past while creating our future. Guy Anderson, President, Leslieville Historical Society and Joanne Doucette, local historian and webmaster.

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