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George William Parkhill
Pte. George William Parkhill lost his life in the Liri valley, Italy, on May 23, 1944, when the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, the regiment to which he was attached, broke through the Hitler line. Born in Paris, Ont., April 4, 1915, Pte. Parkhill, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Parkhill, spent several years in Regina but lived most of his life in Princeton. He married Miss Pauline Carder, New Durham. After training at Hamilton and Simcoe, he proceeded overseas. Prior to enlisting he was employed as a guard at the Ontario Reformatory at Guelph. A wide circle of friends mourn the loss of a popular and highly esteemed member of the Princeton community.