|Title||Bugler E. B. Peters MM Memorial Shadow Box Collection|
Framed collection includes:
1. Cap Badge
2. Black and white photo of Bugler Peters (4.25" x 2.5")
4. Newspaper Clipping
5. 3 Medals
|Object Name||Box, Shadow|
|Credit line||Donated by Peters' daughter Ms. Doreen Franklin, March 2001|
|Year Range from||1914|
|Year Range to||1918|
|Dimensions||H-29 W-18 D-1.375 inches|
|Event||World War, 1914-1918|
Peters, Ernest Burt
796074 Bugler Peters joined the Queen's Own Rifles in 1910 and served for three years. He then moved to Simcoe where he joined the 39th Regiment. In 1916 he enlisted in the 133rd Battalion, CEF and was later transferred to the 4th Battalion and served in the trenches of France.
He was awarded the Military Medal for Bravery in the Field during the 2nd Battle of Passchendale.