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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 10:15 am 
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Searching for War Diary entries, part 16: Forestry Corps.

Canadian Forestry Corps

Headquarters - Canadian Forestry Corps (France)
1917/03/18-1919/03/30

Headquarters - Central Group - Canadian Forestry Corps
1916/11/30-1919/02/28

Headquarters - Jura Group - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/11/26-1919/03/29

Headquarters - Bordeaux Group - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/02/16-1919/04/14

Headquarters - Marne Group - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09/01-1919/02/28

Headquarters, Paris Detachment, Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/11/15-1918/02/28

Headquarters - No. 1 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/08/06-1919/03/31

Headquarters - No. 2 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/10/01-1919/03/25

Headquarters - No. 4 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/07/01-1919/03/31

Headquarters - No. 5 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/01/01-1919/03/24

Headquarters - No. 6 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/07/23-1919/02/28

Headquarters - No. 9 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/05/12-1919/03/26

Headquarters - No. 10 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/11/02-1919/03/17

Headquarters - No. 11 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/07/05-1919/02/28

Headquarters - No. 12 District - Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/06/10-1919/04/11

Technical Warehouse, Canadian Forestry Corps
1917/04/01-1919/03/09

No. 1 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1915/09-1918/03
1918/09/01-1918/12/31

No. 2 Company- Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09/05-1919/01/18

Director of Timber Operations, Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/01/01-1919/06/31

No. 55 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 117, 120, 121, 122, 128, 129, 130 Corps)
1918/01/04-1919/01/23

Machine Shop - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/01/01-1919/01/23

Progress Charts, Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09-1919/03 No Entries!

No. 8 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/11/01-1919/02/28

No. 9, 10, and 11 Companies, Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/10/01-1918/10/31

No. 12 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/07/01-1918/08/31

No. 13 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/07/01-1918/07/31

No. 25 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09/01-1918/11/30

No. 26 and no. 29 companies, Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09/01-1918/12/31

No. 35, 37 Companies, Canadian Forestry Corps
1918/09/01-1918/11/30

No. 139 Company - Canadian Forestry Corps
1919/04/01-1919/04/30

No. 51 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 106, 107, 117, 120, 122, 129, 138 Companies)
1917/11/01-1919/02/28

No. 52 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 111, 112, 113, 115, 127, 131, 132, 133, 139 Companies)
1918/07-1919

No. 53 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 101, 102, 116, 119, 126, 135, 136, 140 Companies)
1917/11/27-1919/02/28

No. 54 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 103, 104, 105, 114, 117, 118, 123, 124, 125, 134, 137 Companies)
1917/04/10-1919/05/23

No. 56 District, Canadian Forestry Corps (Nos. 123, 124, 141, 142 Companies)
1918/08-1918/09

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Michael

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The leech has been here:

Forestry Companies

You will note Michael that I added a new section to this page so we have one spot to put all of the war diary information that you are collecting, as it is becoming quite a list! I will now have to go back and amend all the other pages to this format. I should have done this from the start but I did not know the list was going to be so massive.

As we start to get the transcripts I can then add another section for that aspect, and so on. That was the intent at the start, I just go consumed trying to get the skeleton done and keep up with the rest of the pack.

We do need to start to get some text for the introductions / background for each of the units, much like what EastCoastLobster wrote for the Maritime groups. I wounder if Western Canada can keep up with the Maritimes - some guy out there got me into this in the first place!!

Spring is arriving in Ontario - time to break away from the computer!

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