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Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.
Second Lieutenant Keith Lefroy ’12
Died: April 7, 1917
Lieut. Frazer Keith Lefroy was killed recently by a shell while serving on the Western front. He was the son of Prof. A. H. F Lefroy of the University of Toronto and was at Upper Canada from 1902-1912.
On leaving school he entered the Bank of Commerce as a clerk, and in February, 1916, he obtained a commission as second lieutenant in the special reserve of officers for the R.F.A. After training in England, he was attached to a Battery from Lahore, and served six months with that unit before he was killed.
College Times (Christmas 1917) pg. 6-7
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