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Harrogate Herald - 6th March 1940

Wednesday Gossip

Among the Canadian contingent, now in this country, is a young man with Knaresborough associations, Mr Jack Holmes, of Sheho, Saskatchewan, who is a nephew of Councillor and Mrs R Holmes, Manor Road, Knaresborough. His father, Mr H Holmes, came over with the Canadians in the Great War, and now the son is here with the Dominion Forces, training in the South of England. It is twenty years since he last visited this country as a boy of five. He came to see his Knaresborough relatives soon after his arrival at the end of January.

 

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