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Honeyman, Douglas Ramsey

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Honeyman, Douglas Ramsey

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1886-1968

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Douglas Honeyman was born in Eden, Manitoba. His family moved to Delta, B.C., during the 1890s and established a farm in East Delta. Honeyman and his brother Stuart joined the 29th (Vancouver) Battalion in 1914 and served in Great Britain and Europe for the duration of the war. After his discharge, Honeyman returned to his farm in East Delta, where he remained until it was sold in 1960.

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