Source: Duty Nobly Done Honour Roll
Pte. Ernest Belham [sic], formerly of 34 Markham street, is reported wounded. He was born in England 22 years ago and went overseas with the Pals Battalion, previously working in Hick’s Electric shop. He was wounded last January. His parents reside in England and a sister at 339 Danforth avenue.
Source: Toronto Star. August 23, 1917.
PTE. E.T. BILHAM DEAD
Pte. E.T. Bilham, whose sister, Mrs. G.W. Reeder, lives at 339 Danforth avenue, had died of wounds. He was first wounded in January last, and was again reported injured last week. He was 24 years of age and a native of Norwich, England. He had been on the firing line for nine months.
Source: Toronto Star. August 29, 1917.