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Finally Home

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Private Lawrence Gordon finally comes home to Eastend after 70 years BY TIM KALINOWSKI On Wednesday, August 13, exactly 70 years to the day he died in France in 1944, Private Lawrence Gordon finally came home to the open arms of the Eastend hills and the beautiful Frenchman River Valley. Gordon’s saga has become well…

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St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church

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Illerbrun Church In 1915, St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church was built in the Illerbrun District. This area acquired the name of Illerbrun after it was settled by three Illerbrun brothers. Trustees for the church were William Illerbrun, Nick Ruetz, and Joseph Sand, and the church’s first priest was Father Terence Caraher of Gravelbourg. The church…

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