Source: The Daily Telegraph and The Sun, Saint John, New Brunswick 1916-03-14. Page 2.
ELGIN TREASURER”S SON IS REPORTED WOUNDED
[Special to The Advertiser.]
ST. THOMAS, March 12. – John McCausland, former Elgin county treasurer, of Metcalfe street, received a telegram from the adjutant-general at Ottawa today, stating that his son, Pte. John McCausland, of the 18th Battalion, had been wounded in the fighting in France, and was at No. 2 Hospital. Boulogne. Pte. McCausland has two brothers with the Canadians at the front.
Source: The London Advertiser. March 14, 1916. Contributed by Allan Miller of the Facebook Group “149th Battalion CEF – Lambton’s Own“