First Great War exhibit opens at Aylmer Museum

Curator Amanda Vandenwyngmuseumopeningaert, left, caught up with Jim McCallum, right, and his mother Margaret during the free official opening of the Aylmer Remembers WW1 exhibit the Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives on Sunday afternoon, April 3. Mr. McCallum has authored a series of book compilations on the First Great War, including Age Shall Not Weary Them: The Men of East Elgin Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in the First Great War. The exhibit focuses on the contributions and sacrifices of East Elgin men and women during the First Great War.

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  1. Bruce Johnson on April 6, 2016 at 8:16 am

    Jim McCallum is a longtime Elgin County historical and genealogical researcher. A free online version of Jim’s book “Age Shall Not Weary Them” as well as other infomation on Aylmer area veterans from all conflicts involving Canadians is available at the Elgin Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society web site at: https://sites.google.com/site/elginbranchogs/Home/ancestor-indexes/military/age-shall-not-weary-them

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