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Home > Statistics > Red Cross Train Meeting Committee

Number of Servicemen's Dependents Met at Trains by Members of the New Brunswick Division of the Canadian Red Cross*
Year 1944 1945 1946 Total
Brides 137 282 1390 1809
Children 64 150 693 907
Total 201 432 2,083 2,716

Sources: This table originally appeared in Melynda Jarratt, The War Brides of New Brunswick, (University of New Brunswick, Masters Report, 1995), p. 41.

* The History of the Canadian Red Cross Activities: New Brunswick Division During World War II, (Saint John, N.B.: Barnes-Hopkins, Ltd., 1948), p. 27.

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