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James Rennie, wounding, death

newspaper articles
MONDAY, JULY 31 1916

Enlist, Injured, Recover Together
JAS. RENNIE. E. JONES
Privates James Rennie and Evan Jones are in the same hospital recovering from wounds received on the same day. They are chums who enlisted together with the 90th Rifles and went to the front with a draft which left Winnipeg on August 24, 1915. Pte. Rennie is 18 years old. He is suffering from slight wounds and shell shock. He is a son of James Rennie, secretary of the Journeymen Stone-Cutters' union. Pte. Jones is 17 years old. His father and a brother are in khaki.
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published by newspapers.com on July 31st, 1916 (Ref: p. 5) The author/originator was Winnipeg Tribune. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
  • Source Notes
      article about his death Winnipeg Tribune 21 Sep. 1916 p. 3


      https://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1573448?James%20Rennie


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