Eleven Men of the 48th Highlanders
and Eleven Families among Many.
Toronto Star, June 25, 1915
Toronto Star, June 17, 1915
Article on left, Toronto Star, June 1, 1916. The Cruxton family moved to 489 Eastern Avenue.
Article on left, April 10, 1914. Painting by Mary Riter Hamilton, Trenches on the Somme, 1919, Library and Archives Canada.
Image downloaded from The Canadian Virtual War Memorial http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1567993?Herbert%20Ralph%20Foden
Article on the right, Toronto Star, Oct. 24, 1916. Photo Canadian Jocks repairing a road to Courcelette (Battle of the Somme). Library and Archives Canada
One man among many, one family among man. Private Edgar Clayton, Sangster, 15th Battalion, #27405. Previously reported missing April 24, 1915, now for official purposes presumed dead. He was fighting in the trenches at The Bluff, Ypres, Belgium (Missing, presumed dead). Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres. Body not recovered. He was a coppersmith and lived at 264 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto, when he signed the Attestation Form on September 18, 1914. He was another “Original” of The First Contingent, 48th Highlanders.
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