Cameron, Archie

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Cameron, Archie

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      • Archibald Ernest Cameron
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      1919 - 1990


      Archibald Ernest Cameron (aka Archie Cameron) was born in 1919 to Thomas Cameron and Isabelle Cameron of Massey, Ontario. He began working for Falconbridge Nickel Mines during the mid 1930's. From 1939 to 1942, Cameron photographed and created several silent films for the Department of Health Education. He also was a smelter worker for 18 years, retiring in 1952. During the Second World War, Cameron served as a Private for No. 14 Company Canadian Forestry Corps. He lived the remainder of his life in Garson, Ontario and passed away March 7, 1990 in Sudbury, Ontario.


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          To see Private Archibald Ernest Cameron's Part II Orders, August 21, 1940 see Robert Briggs, "Canadian Forestry Corps in WWII," Rootsweb

          To read Archibald Cameron's obituary, see The Sudbury Star, March 8, 1990, p. 25.

          To see Archibald Cameron's grave marker, visit Find A Grave at

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