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Posted by: annapolis Posted on: 30. May 2008 at 10:24
Hello
I am not sure if you would be interested in this information or not:

www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/cef/index-e.html

Soldiers of the First World War

You can access James Johnson's Attestation papers through this site and actually order copies of them. You can find out a lot about where he served in WW1 from these papers.

He is listed as
James Johnson
DOB 13 August 1892
Regimental Number 223193
Reference: RG 150 Accession 1992-93/66 Box 4878-14

Val

Posted by: mike Posted on: 29. May 2008 at 21:56
Carl_Demings wrote on 12. Dec 2007 at 23:29:
Hello! Mike .....
While visiting at the All Saints Springhill Hospital on Monday I met your mother Hilda who was being wheeled, along with several other patients, along the first floor. Possibly to physio.
I spoke to her briefly because we both lived on the Herrett Road at one time.
I seem to remember she and your dad operated the Pugwash telephone exchange.
Regards!
-=Carl Demings=-
...yes Carl..you are correct. Mom was the agent for Maritime Tel and Tel for a number of years. She is now in Victoria Manor in Amherst. My Dad was employed by the Salt Company from 1958 til his retirement in 1985.
I have many fond memories of the house my grandparents lived i (98 Herrett Road). Spent lots of time there as a youngster.
Posted by: Carl_Demings Posted on: 12. Dec 2007 at 23:29
Hello! Mike .....
While visiting at the All Saints Springhill Hospital on Monday I met your mother Hilda who was being wheeled, along with several other patients, along the first floor. Possibly to physio.
I spoke to her briefly because we both lived on the Herrett Road at one time.
I seem to remember she and your dad operated the Pugwash telephone exchange.
Regards!
-=Carl Demings=-
Posted by: mike Posted on: 17. Jul 2007 at 00:37
[quote author=cathy  link=1184275160/0#1 date=1184526067]Hi;
 James "Rufus"Morton Johnson 13 Aug.1890-02 Jan.1962,is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Oxford.s/o Frederick Johnson & Aramina Metcalf who m/08 Sept.1875 she d/o Brown & Mary (Gilroy) Metcalf,James m/1st/Alma Shearer,1894-1915 Hillside Cemetery Springhill.d/o Rufus & Jane.,they m/23 Dec.1912;
James m/2nd/Edith Wardale 06 Mar.1896-17 Apr.1965 d/o Joseph ,b/Liverpool England;d/ at Pugwash.buried Pine Grove Cemetery Oxford,
Frederick s/o Rufus & Eliza
sourse's are.,Pine Grove Cemetery,Moss diary by Springhill Heritage Group,death records;Hillside Cemetery records by myself Catherine.,Metcalf family history in my possision, Catherine.,
Catherine./Cathy [/quote]thank you very much Cathy. Now I have a place to start. I really appreciate this.
Posted by: cathy Posted on: 15. Jul 2007 at 16:01
Hi;
 James "Rufus"Morton Johnson 13 Aug.1890-02 Jan.1962,is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Oxford.s/o Frederick Johnson & Aramina Metcalf who m/08 Sept.1875 she d/o Brown & Mary (Gilroy) Metcalf,James m/1st/Alma Shearer,1894-1915 Hillside Cemetery Springhill.d/o Rufus & Jane.,they m/23 Dec.1912;
James m/2nd/Edith Wardale 06 Mar.1896-17 Apr.1965 d/o Joseph ,b/Liverpool England;d/ at Pugwash.buried Pine Grove Cemetery Oxford,
Frederick s/o Rufus & Eliza
sourse's are.,Pine Grove Cemetery,Moss diary by Springhill Heritage Group,death records;Hillside Cemetery records by myself Catherine.,Metcalf family history in my possision, Catherine.,
Catherine./Cathy
Posted by: mike Posted on: 12. Jul 2007 at 22:19
I am trying to find any info about my grandfather and gandmother Rufus and Edith Johnson who lived at 98 Herritt Road. He fought in W W 1 and was injured at Vimy Ridge. Later, until he retired after the 1958 disaster, he worked in the mines. Looking for any info I can or at least any tips available to find information.