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James Ross

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  • James Ross enlisted in both the First and Second World Wars. Left: As a young medical student, Mr. Ross enlisted for war service on September 22, 1914. Right: He enlisted with the Army Medical Corps in 1940.

    James Ross enlisted in both the First and Second World Wars. Left: As a young medical student, Mr. Ross enlisted for war service on September 22, 1914. Right: He enlisted with the Army Medical Corps in 1940.
  • Postcard from the RMS Grampian, the troopship that carried James Ross and other members of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force to England. The RMS Grampian was one of the many ships listed on the back of the postcard.

    Postcard from the RMS Grampian, the troopship that carried James Ross and other members of the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force to England. The RMS Grampian was one of the many ships listed on the back of the postcard.
  • James Ross wrote many letters and kept a diary during WWI, which he transcribed after the war. In this entry dated April, 29, 1915, he wrote to his mother who he knew would be anxious after reading of the casualties at Ypres.

    James Ross wrote many letters and kept a diary during WWI, which he transcribed after the war. In this entry dated April, 29, 1915, he wrote to his mother who he knew would be anxious after reading of the casualties at Ypres.
  • On January 8, 1915, University of Toronto Registrar, James Brebner, wrote to James Ross, telling him that he would be awarded his medical degree, despite having left his studies to serve overseas.

    On January 8, 1915, University of Toronto Registrar, James Brebner, wrote to James Ross, telling him that he would be awarded his medical degree, despite having left his studies to serve overseas.
  • Now a Lieutenant-Colonel, Dr. James Ross (seated, third from left) became the Chief Surgeon at the Camp Borden Military Hospital in Canada during the Second World War.

    Now a Lieutenant-Colonel, Dr. James Ross (seated, third from left) became the Chief Surgeon at the Camp Borden Military Hospital in Canada during the Second World War.
  • Left to right: Order of the British Empire; 1914-1915 Star; British War Medal; Victory 1914-1918; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal; Victory Medal; Canadian Efficienty Decoration. Collection courtesy of Susan Parish.

    Left to right: Order of the British Empire; 1914-1915 Star; British War Medal; Victory 1914-1918; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal; Victory Medal; Canadian Efficienty Decoration. Collection courtesy of Susan Parish.
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