For Posterity's Sake
A Royal Canadian Navy Historical Project
In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar
As the story goes my Grandfather was a barber by trade at the time and and was assigned to Lady Nelson as the barber. From what I was told my grandfathers nick name was Quarters because that's what got for each cut. After his time there he came back to Galt and opened a barber shop - and when soldiers were returning from the war, to help them look good for interviews for jobs, he gave them free haircuts. (Submitted by Mark Tunn)
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(1) George Tunn - front, eyes closed (2) George Tunn (3) George Tunn (left) with his father (4) George Tunn, his son, Edward John Tunn, and his wife (5) George's barbershop in Galt, Ontario and a barber who worked for him.