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Veteran's plaque placed

Postby Waggoner » October 10th, 2014, 11:01 am

A Veterans of the War of 1812 Graveside Recognition programme plaque was placed in Woodstock, NB last week on the grave of John Francis Wentworth Winslow. A native of New Brunswick, he served during the war on the Niagara frontier as a volunteer with the 104th (New Brunswick) Regiment of Foot.

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A commemorative plaque is presented at the graveside of War of 1812 veteran John Francis Wentworth Winslow. From left are Woodstock Mayor Art Slipp, Carleton County Historical Society Executive Director Kellie Blue-McQuade, Carleton County Historical Society Director Emily Clark, and ANAVETS members Irvine Wheelan, Robert MacFarlane and Paul Hansen.
Photo: Doug Dickinson/Bugle-Observer

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ANAVETS members unveil the plaque that has been placed at the graveside of War of 1812 veteran John Francis Wentworth Winslow at Christ Church Anglican in Lower Woodstock. From left are unit president Irvine Wheelan, service officer Robert MacFarlane, and secretary Paul Hanson.
Photo: Doug Dickinson/Bugle-Observer
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Re: Veteran's plaque placed

Postby Banker » October 12th, 2014, 2:27 am

That's a great thing.

Thanks for advising us Gary

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