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Ainslie, Robert

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Title Wireless Telegraph Operator (2nd Class) (RNCVR)
Official Number OFF VR-0175
 
Birth 31/03/1885 Death (nk)
Place Chester Place (nk)
Area Area (nk)
Country UK Country (nk)
 
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Biography
He was a Telegraphist, in the Royal Navy. In 1912 he joined the Wireless Service. In 1921 he helped with the installation at Bull Harbor and was appointed OIC when the station opened. In 1922 he served at Comox W/T Station. In 1923-1924 he served at Bull Harbour BC. (He apparently also served at Pachena Point BC).
 
Military Service
He was a Telegraphist, Royal Navy. (He was demobilized.) (He was mobilized for First World War duty) He was appointed as a Wireless Telegraph Operator (Second Class) RNCVR (With seniority dated 01/03/1916). (He was demobilized.) (He was mobilized for World War One service) He was appointed as a Second Class Wireless Telegraph Operator (RNCVR (With seniority dated 01/03/1916). In 1917 he served in HMCS Rainbow for Wireless Telegraph Duty (West Coast) at Pachena Point Radio Station. (He was demobilized.)
 
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References
Government of Canada Canadian Navy List Ottawa ON; Frank Statham in his Rough Radio website http://www.roughradio.ca/staff/a_b_staff.html; http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/military-heritage/royal-canadian-navy-1910-1941-ledger-sheets/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=363&;
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2015-11-11

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