I am doing a lot of research into the Canadian Forestry Corp, WW1 AND WW2. A great grandfather was in WW1 and a grandfather in WW2.
As well my hope is to help a lot of other folks in their search of the CFC for their family members.
I have seen where you have assisted a number of folks, which is great.
In one of the photos of a grandfather, he had a lanyard on his left shoulder. Why would that be. I haven't noticed any of the photos I have, that any of the other soldiers of the CFC wearing one?
I have a number of questions to ask you, but do you have access to records of these men or records of the CFC.
My e-mail is rj.gonefishingA@shaw.ca