Stewart
hunting-
General
Tartan of  Hal
Rif Pipe
Band, Pipe
Major John
Cant.
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Lieutenant William
John Alexander
Stewart

William John Alexander
Stewart was born in Halifax
in October 1895. He was
already a member of a
pre-war militia, the 63rd
Halifax Rifles when war
broke out........
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Cairn and plaque in memorial and
dedication of
The Trooper R. H.
Allan Building, CFB Petawawa
,
who was killed on a UNEF patrol,
Gaza, 28 Nov 59
Halifax Natal Day - Aug 19, 1955.
Crew Comd-Ned Wheeler, Gnr/Op-Sgt Clary,
Driver-Sgt Doug Finlay, Co. Dvr- S/M Harold
Blackler HalifaxNatal   
              
"Rifles" at NcNabs Island 1914
Buddies "Chin-wagging" at Serior
NCO'S Mess Dinner
CMGC Gun Crew France 1917
63rd Bn Camp
McNabs Island -1914
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Some of the 63rd Bn at
McNabs Island- 1914
Sgt. Jim Hatcher with
Tpr L.F. Leroy.
- Bren
Gun training at Bedford
Ranges
Jamaica
Officers of the Halifax Rifles and officers of the SS
Halifax en route to Kingston Jamaica, May 1915,
to pick up German prisoners of war. Top picture
is the market, Kingston Jamaica
63 Bn- The Hal
Rifles
-CANADIAN RIFLE
TEAM, BISLEY, 1919
OFFICERS TEAM, 1ST Bn. THE HALIFAX RIFLES
Final Winners Thompson-Adams Trophy, 1926
Back Row: Capt. E. J. J. Probert (Capt of Team) Lieut. I. J. Faulkner, Capt. J. W. McMahon
Front Row: Major S. S. Wright, Major J. A. Rudland, Major R. J. Colwell, Pres. Rifle Club
Sgt Frank MacGillivary
on Bren Gun Range
L to R Back- Jim Jolotta.Cyril Gray, John
Barnaby, Rollie McDonnagh,NNSH,   
Jim Livingston, Carl Comeau
L to R Front- Ned Garagan, Jim Hatcher,
Bruce Webber, Ted Clark
NOTE: For those so interested, six large albums of regimental pictures as well as other achived
material, may be found and viewed and interested material copies ordered, at
PANS (Public Archives
of Nova Scotia) on University Ave, Halifax. Most material is idenified as
"MG 23, Nos. 18-22, Halifax
Rifles Collection.".
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Halifax Rifles at Citadel Hill -1940 - NS Archives
Halifax Rifles and Queen's York
Rangers
of Toronto, in joint tank
training at Camp Borden   - circa 1947

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