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DREAM FORESHADOWS BOY’S DEATH IN ACTION
Mrs. Peacock in a Vision Saw Her Son Carried on a Stretcher
Lieut. Boyd, Well Known in Toronto, Is the Second Son to Fall
“I knew some thing was wrong because I have had two terrible dreams lately,” said Mrs. Thomas Peacock, 16 Hugo avenue, whose only son, Pte. Thomas Alfred Peacock was killed in action on May 27th. “On June 7 I dreamt the brought him in on a stretcher and I stroked his face,” said the distressed mother. “Last Sunday I dreamt that he was home again in civilian clothes.” Pte. Peacock, who was 19 years of age, and went overseas last August with Lieut:-Col. Chadwick’s battalion. Before enlisting he was employed at the Canada Foundry. Two of his chums, Pte. Arthur Woods and Pte. Sydney Terry, who went overseas in the same battalion have also been recently killed. Another friend, L.C. Albert Brown, 10 Hugo avenue met Pte. Peacock the day before he was killed.
Source: Toronto Star – June 16th, 1917 via CVWM