Friday, 26 February 2021

Kakabeka Falls

 

 

Location:  Thunder Bay District     N 48.38734   W -89.59647

On the east side of Highway 17 (Trans Canada Highway), 2 kilometres south of town.  Address is 4556 Hwy. 17.

 

 

This memorial proudly stands in front of the Royal Canadian legion Branch 225, on the outskirts of Kakabeka Falls.  The village is known for its magnificent waterfalls, located in the Provincial Park of the same name.  The memorial, a single piece of red granite, lists the names of the major conflicts that the Canadian Forces have faced during the twentieth century, along with the crests of the Legion and all major branches of the services, including the Merchant Marine.  A pair of M113 armoured personnel carriers stand guard on each side of the memorial, giving a tremendous visual effect for anyone passing by this busy Legion.

 

 

Marker text:

"If ye break faith - we shall not sleep"

W W I
1914 - 1918
W W II
1939 - 1945
KOREA
1950 - 1953
UN PEACE KEEPERS

THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD
AS WE THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD
AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM
NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN
AND IN THE MORNING
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

LEST WE FORGET

  

 








 




Friday, 19 February 2021

Plattsville

 

Location:  Oxford County     N 43.30508   W -80.61709

80 Mill Street East, between the Public School and the arena.

The Plattsville Memorial Park was established at this location in 1958, consisting of an impressive park gate and stone pillars, along with a pair of more recent signs.  The memorial was originally unveiled in 1921 but eventually moved to the Memorial Park.  The names of those lost in the World Wars are forever remembered on a sign attached to a cobblestone pillar, while the plaques on the gates give a more general respect to all who served.  A more recent addition is a sign post dedicated to a local soldier lost in the Afghanistan War.  A very nice and fitting tribute to honour the brave heroes of this small farming community.

Marker text:

Park Gates:

Above:

1914-18

CANADA

1939-45


TO OUR HEROES

 



Left:

PLATTSVILLE

MEMORIAL 

PARK

1958

 


Right:

NORTH OXFORD BRANCH 264

CANADIAN LEGION

HONOUR THE MEMORY

OF ALL THOSE

FROM THIS COMMUNITY

WHO HAVE GIVEN

OR

WILL GIVE

THEIR LIVES FOR THE

CAUSE OF FREEDOM

"THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE"

 

 

 

 

Cobblestone pillar:

In memory of those who

made the supreme sacrifice

for us

WORLD WAR I (The Great War)

H.W. Christmas

Roy C. Ellis

Walter Lyle

John B. willson

 

WORLD WAR II

LeRoy E. Fulcher

Ivan R. Shantz

"We accept the torch"

 

THE STUDENTS OF

PLATTSVILLE AND DISTRICT PUBLIC SCHOOL

AND THE

PLATTSVILLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

AND OTHER CITIZENS OF

PLATTSVILLE AND DISTRICT COMMUNITY

 

 

 

 

Sign post:

In memory of those

who have made the

supreme sacrifice for us

 

Tyler William Todd

Afghanistan 2010

 

Lest We Forget

Dedicated by

the businesses and citizens

of Plattsville and District






 

 

 


Saturday, 13 February 2021

Grafton

 

Location:  Northumberland County     N 43.99106   W -78.03092

On the north side of County Road 2, in front of the Haldimand Memorial Arena.

 

This memorial, of grey granite, was erected by the Township of Haldimand to remember those who laid down their lives in the name of peace.  The Honour Roll lists the names of those who fell while preserving the peace, as well as those who served.  It includes both World Wars, Korea and more recently Afghanistan.  The memorial was recently re-dedicated to include the war in Afghanistan and sadly one of our fallen.  The village of Grafton and the local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion take great pride in honouring the fallen and all those who have served.

Marker text:

Front Centre:

IN REMEMBRANCE

OF THOSE WHO

LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES

AND THOSE WHO

SERVED

TO PRESERVE THE

PEACE


1914     +     1918

1939     +     1945

KOREA

AFGHANISTAN


LEST

WE

FORGET

 

HALDIMAND

TOWNSHIP

 

 

 

Front Left:

WORLD WAR I

FALLEN

BLACKLOCK, DEAN B.

CHISOLM, ALEX

CLAPPER, SOLOMON

COCHRANE, EDWARDS

COULTER, DOUGLAS

ETCHER, LEWIS

GRAHAM, EDGAR

HAIG, ALEX

HARVEY, EDWIN

HIE, FRED

HUTCHINSON, CLIFFORD

HUTCHISON, THOMAS

KIRK, ARTHUR

LORD, McLEAN

PHILLIPS, P.

ROSS, DONALD

SARGENT, CHARLES Jr.

SLATER, HARRY

SWAIN, JOHN

THOMAS, CLARK

THOMAS, PERCY

 

SERVED

ADAMS, DELBERT

AIRD, ALEXANDER

AIRD, JOHN

AIRD, LUKE

BAINES, ROBERT

BAKER, SIDNEY

BALL, JOHN

BARBER, FRANK

BEATTY, HAROLD

BEATTY, J.M.

BLACKLOCK, FRASER

BRECKENRIDGE, JAMES

BURNS, M.

CALDER, WILLIAM

CARR, CHARLES

CHAPPLE, ROBERT J.

CLITHEROE, CECIL

COCKBURN, JOHN

CRACKNELL, GEORGE

CRACKNELL, JOHN

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN

DALBY, J.S.

DEVINEY, ALBERT

DEWEY, GEORGE

DOWN, ARTHUR

DOWN, WALTER

DRUMM, NEWMAN

FARLEY, DAVID

FINLEY, J.G.

FISH, NELSON

FISHER, STANLEY

FORBES, ALEX

FREEMAN, JOHN

GEORGE, HARRISON

GIRT, FRED

GREEN, FRED

HAIG, D.W.

HAIG, J.K.

HARE, HARRY

HARTFORD, KEN

HIE, IRA

HIE, NELSON

HIE, WESLEY

HIE, WILLIAM

HOWARD, CLAUDE

IRELAND, GORDON

IRWIN, BERNARD

ISAAC, ONI

ISAAC, SYLVESTER

JOHNSTON, GORDON

JOHNSTON, WILLIAM

KNIGHT, GEORGE

LAJOIE, WILFRED

LAMB, JOE

LAPP, VICTOR

LAWLESS, A.T.

LEE, HARRY

LEE, WILLIAM

LORD, ARTHUR

LORD, VERNON

MACKLIN, HERBERT

MALLORY, HAROLD

MARKS, WILLIAM

MATTHEWS, ISAAC

MATTHEWS, RICHARD

MATTHEWS, ROY

McDONALD, F.H.C.

McGREGOR, JAMES

McLAUGHLIN, JOHN

McMURRAY, W.J.

MILLER, GEORGE

MILLER, J.W.

MILNE, GEORGE

MONTGOMERY, GEORGE

MORRISON, W.J.

MULHALL, HAROLD

NICHOLS, O.

OAKE, HARRY

O'BRIEN, J.B.

O'BRIEN, JOE

O'BRIEN, LARKIN

ORRICK, DAVID

PEEBLES, BRUCE

PURDY, WILLIAM

RALLS, CURRY

REYMES, HARRY

RICHARDSON, I.

ROGERS, C.H.

ROGERS, PERCY

ROBERTS, BRUCE

RUTHERFORD, CHARLES

RUTHERFORD, MAC

SARGENT, EDDIE

SARGENT, ROY

SLATER, HOWARD

STEWART, BERT

TAYLOR, BERT

TAYLOR, ERIC

TAYLOR, HAROLD

TAYLOR, JOHN

THOMAS, GEORGE

THOMAS, PERCY

TIMLIN, ROY

TUNNEY, HUGH

UNDERWOOD, GEORGE

USHER, BRUCE

USHER, NELSON

WAIT, R.D.

WILLIAMS, CHARLES

WILSON, BERT

WILSON, GEORGE

WINNEY, JESSE

 

WORLD WAR II

FALLEN

AMENT, OLLIE

ARCHER, JAMES

CALNAN, EDWARD

HARE, KEITH

HARNDEN, ARTHUR

JOHNSTON, LLOYD

LOCKE, GORDON

LONSBERRY, FRED

McMURRAY, CLARKE

RICHARDSON, HARRY

ROBSON, MELVIN

ROUT, JAMES

RUTHERFORD, ALEXANDER

TAYLOR, GLENN

 

 

SERVED

ACORN, GARNET

ACORN, LESLIE

ACORN, ROY

ADAMS, ALEXANDER

BARBER, FRANK A.

 

 

 

 

Front Right:

CARTER, HARRY

CHAPPLE, ALBERT

CHISHOLM,  A.

CLAREY, JOHN

CLAREY, WILLIAM

CLARKE, KEITH

CLITHEROE, GARNET

CLITHEROE, ROBERT

COCHRANE, FRANK

COSSAR, ALEX

COVERT, EDNA

COVERT, NORMAN

COWEY, CECIL

CRAIG, ALEXANDER

CRAIG, WILLIAM

CROSS, JAMES

CUTHBERT, NELSON

CUTHBERT, THOMAS

DARLING, GRANT

DAY, WALTER

DINGMAN, ROLAND

FENTON, ALLEN

FERGUSON, CLARENCE

FRASER, HOWARD

GIDDINGS, KENNETH

GILLESPIE, DANA

GILLESPIE, WILLIAM

GILLILAND, GILBERT

GODDARD, LEONARD

HACKNEY, RALPH

HAINES, BESSIE

HAINES, DURWOOD

HAINES, FRED

HAINES, GEOFFREY

HAINES, GEORGE

HAINES, RALPH

HARNDEN, ARNOLD

HARNDEN, BESSIE

HARNDEN, DONALD

HARNDEN, ESTHER

HARNDEN, EVERETT

HARNDEN, FLOYD E.

HARNDEN, JACK

HARPER, GEORGE 

HARREN, LLOYD

HARRINGTON, JACK

HARVEY, NELSON

HEENAN, ARTHUR

HEENAN, GEORGE

HERRON, JOHN

HONEYWELL, WILLIAM

HOPE, ARNOLD

HARNDEN, ARNOLD

HOSKIN, LYLE

HOWARD, BERT

IRELAND, MAYLAND

IRELAND, WILLIAM

IRVINE, BRUCE

IRVINE, GERALD

IRVINE, ROBERT

JACQUES, BRYCE

JACQUES, GEORGE

JEFFREY, HAROLD

KAY, REV. H.

KELLS, ALEXANDER

KERNAGHAN, BERNARD

KERNAGHAN, HAROLD

KERNAGHAN, JACK

KNIGHT, HAROLD

KNIGHT, NEIL

KNIGHT, ROY

LAPP, THOMAS

LAWLESS, BERNARD

LAWLESS, THOMAS

LAWRENCE, FRED

LAWRENCE, GEORGE

LEONARD, TED

LINTON, EARL

LINTON, GARNETT

LINTON, GORDON

LOCKE, FRED

McBRIDE,ALLEN

McBRIDE, J.D.

McBRIDE, LLOYD

McBRIDE, THOMAS

McCALLUM, GILBERT

MCCALLUM, LAWRENCE

McCRACKEN, ROBERT

McINTOSH, DOUGLAS

McKENZIE, DEAN

McKENZIE, GEORGE

McKENZIE, JOHN

MCKENZIE, NEIL

McLAREN, IVAN

McMANN, HERBERT

McMURRAY, GERALD

MCMURRAY, VICTOR

McNAUGHT, CARL

MILGATE, JAMES

MINOR, CLARA

MINOR, FRANCIS

MINOR, NOREEN

MOORE, JAMES

MOORE, ROBERT

McCARTNEY, ALF

MORRISON, ROLAND

MUNRO, THOMAS

NELSON, ROSS

NEWTON, DOROTHY

NEWTON, ERWIN

NEWTON, JAMES

NEWTON, JOAN

NEWTON, PETER

NICHOL, NEIL

OKE, HARRY

OKE, LEONARD

PARSONS, JOHN

PATTERSON, BETTY

PATTISON, MALCOLM

PETTIBONE, DEAN

PETTIBONE, MALCOLM

PHILLIPS, JOHN

PRENTICE, DONALD

PRENTICE, EDWARD

PRENTICE, HAROLD

PRENTICE, JAMES

PURDY, ROY

REYMES, JACK

ROBINSON, WILLIAM

ROUT, ALLEN

ROYAL, CECIL

ROYAL, WALTER

RUTHERFORD, ANDREW

RUTHERFORD, CHARLES

SABINS, LLOYD

SEYMOUR, GEORGE

SHERWIN, GORDON

SLADE, HARLAN

SMITH, ARNOLD

SMITH, CHARLES

SMITH, HAYDEN

SMITH, MAX

SMITH, ORROCK

SMITH, ROBERT

SMITH, REV. WALDO

STEWART, RUSSELL

TAYLOR, MICHAEL

TAYLOR, STUART

TURK, ALBERT

USHER, CHARLES

USHER, JOHN

WAITE, ARCHIE

WAITE, FLOYD

WALDIE, JAMES

WARNER, HARRY

WARNER, RUSSELL

WEBB, JOSEPH

WARNER, BRUCE

WALSH, TOM

WESTFALL, LORNE

WILLCOCK, GEORGE

WILLCOCK, HAZEL

WILSON, SAM

WINTER, ARTHUR

WINTER, JAMES

WINTER, KENNETH

YAWORSKI, DONALD

 

 

KOREAN WAR

SERVED

AINSWORTH, FRANK

DULMAGE, WILLIAM

GROSJEAN, CARL

SMITH, HAROLD

SMITH, HERBERT

SPIERS, JAMES

TRIPP, ELMER

USHER, ROBERT

WALTON, DOUGLAS

 

 

AFGHANISTAN WAR

FALLEN

MENDES KNIGHT, MICHELLE

 

 

 

 

 

Back Centre:

 

IN REMEMBRANCE

OF THOSE WHO

LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES

AND THOSE WHO

SERVED

TO PRESERVE THE

PEACE


1914     +     1918

1939     +     1945

KOREA

AFGHANISTAN


LEST

WE

FORGET

 

HALDIMAND

TOWNSHIP

 












 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 


 


Sunday, 7 February 2021

Brockville - Memorial Civic Centre

 

Location:  United Counties of Leeds and Grenville

N 44.60986   W -75.69988

100 Magedoma Boulevard, beside St. Lawrence College.

 

This memorial is a bronze Roll of Honor plaque found inside the Brockville Memorial Civic Centre, home to an 1800 seat arena,  large community hall and recreation facilities.   This building was constructed in 1981, but it is the second facility to bear the name, the previous building was located on Gilmour Street.  The first Memorial Centre was started soon after World War II and finally opened in 1951.  Unfortunately the ground that the Memorial Centre was built on was unstable and damage to the building was becoming apparent. In January of 1978, after a snow storm, the roof collapsed. It was decided that the best course of action was to tear down what was left of the building.

The current Memorial Civic Centre serves the community year-round with a busy arena in the winter and festivals throughout the summer months.  

The Roll of Honor plaque was first installed in the original building and then moved here when this centre was opened in 1981.  This is the first thing everyone sees when they step inside the Memorial Civic Centre.  The names of those brave men who died in the two World Wars are forever remembered on this historic plaque.

*Thank you to Louise Bellec for the photos.


Marker text:

 MAY THEY REST IN PEACE

 

ROLL OF HONOR

 

ERECTED BY THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITEE

FOR THE BROCKVILLE MEMORIAL CENTER

 

THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR 1914 – 1918

 

ABBEY, GEORGE
ABLARD, HENRY CHARLES 

ACTON, GEORGE DUNBAR

AMOND, WALTER FREDERICK

ANDERSON, CONRAD C. F.

ANDERSON, JOHN ESSLEY

ASTRIDGE, JOHN THOMAS

BAKER, ALBERT HENRY

BAKER, VICTOR ALBERT

BAKER WILFRED

BARNES, FRANCIS B.

BARNES, GEORGE M.

BELL, LAWRENCE

BERTRAND, WILFRID MAYOU

BISHOP, ELMER URIAH

BISHOP, JOSEPH NORTON

BISSELL, LYNN N.

BOOTH, WILLIAM ALBERT

BOTSFORD, JOHN

BOVAIRD, CECIL JOHNSTONE

BOWMAN, ERNEST GEORGE

BRAMLEY, PERCY ALLAN

BRISTER, ALBERT JOHN

BROCK, HUBERT E.

BUELL, CECIL HOWARD

BUELL, JOSEPH HENRY N.

BURNS, FULTON THOMAS

CAMPBELL, ARTHUR

CAMPBELL, EDMUND

CARR, CYRUS STEWART

CHAMPAGNE, LEONARD
CHAPMAN, JACKSON A.F.

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM JOHN

CHEVALLY, LEON ARTHUR

COATES, W. BROCK

CONN, GEORGE DENHOLM

COOKE, THOMAS EDWARD

CORBETT, RAYMOND

CRAWFORD, CLAYTON

DEEGAN, ROBERT JOSEPH

DEIR, WILLIAM

DEVINE, LAWRENCE CHARLES

DIAMOND, WILLIAM CAMPBELL

DOWN, JAMES

DRIVER, VICTOR

DUNHAM, LAURENCE JAMES

DURAND, WILLIAM ALBERT

EASSON, JOHN

EDWARDS, HERBERT H.

ENNOSS, WILLIAM

FERRIS, NEVILLE

FISHER, HARRY WATERMAN

FLEMING, JAMES S.

 

FLUKER, JAMES KENNETH

FRASER, ALLAN A.

FRASER, FARQUHAR C.

FREGO, JOHN J.

GLAZIER, HARRY
GRAHAM, WILLIAM NELSON
GRAY, FREDERICK W.

GRUBE, JAMES H.

HAMILTON, R. GORDON

HANNAH, JAMES

HARVEY, ARTHUR
HERRON, ARTHUR STUART

HERRON, ROY

HISCOX, WILLIAM N.

HOOD, GEORGE

HOOKER, ARTHUR

HOURIGAN, WILFRED

HUNTER, THOMAS JOSEPH
JAMES, G.L.B.

JONES, CARMAN
JONES, ELMER WATSON

KELLY, ALFRED EDWARD
KELLY, JOHN HENRY

KEON, ANDREW JOSEPH
KERR, WILLIAM J.

KING, GEORGE FREDERICK

KNILL, ARTHUR WILLIAM
LAW, LEONARD

LEVEARE, JAMES GORDON
LOPE, JAMES
MacKEY, GEORGE
MacKEY, WILLIAM HERBERT

MAHER, FRANK
MALETTE, ROBERT
MANAHAN, A. LEO
MARCHAND, ERNEST
MATES, JOHN ALEXANDER
McCONACHIE, JOHN A.

McCORMACK, FRED
McGURK, PETER

McKAY, HAROLD CLIFFORD
McKENZIE, ALEXANDER

McMAHON, MICHAEL
MILNE, JOHN

MOODY, SAMUEL

MOORE, EDWARD CECIL H.

MOWAT, GRAHAM
MURPHY, STERNDALE
MURRAY, TOLFORD H.

NEWIS, GEORGE WOLSELEY
NICOL, FREDERICK
NICOLL, WILLIAM McLEAN
NOBLE, WALTER WILLIAM
NUNN, CHARLES ANSON
O'CONNOR, RODERICK
O'DONAHOE, JAMES V.P.
O'LEARY, CHARLES HERBERT
O'REILLY, WILLIAM J.

PAGE, JOHN ALBERT
PASK, CLIFFORD LLOYD
PENFOLD, JOHN WILLIAM
POLULAK, MAXIM
PRITCHARD, F.W.

RAISON, F. CLARENCE
REDDEN, ERNEST HORATIO
REYNOLDS, RODNEY
RICE, RUSSELL

RICHES, ERNEST ROY

ROBERTSON, ANDREW

ROBERTSON, HERBERT J.

ROONEY, ARTHUR
ROW, LEONARD FRED
RUSSELL, DAVID M.

SANSOUCIE, OVIE LOUIS
SHERIDAN, THOMAS J.

SIMMONS, HARRY E.

SIMONS, PERCY ALLAN

SIMPSON, JOHN
STARR, ELWOOD G.

STEPHENS, WILFRED C.

STINSON, J. ROBERT

STRATTON, WILLIAM

SUMMERS, CHARLES JAMES

TREVOR, REGINALD F.

TURLAND, WILLIAM
TURNER, FREDERICK ALLAN
VANCE, HARRY HOWARD
WADDY, HARRY CLIFFORD
WALKER, BRYON W.

WALLACE, JOHN GEORGE
WEBBER, JOSEPH HENRY
WELCH, WALTER

WHALEY, FRANK
WILGRESS, GEORGE K.K.

WILKINS, GEORGE JOSEPH
WILSON, WILFRID JOHN
WILSON, WILLIAM BRUCE

WINES, PERCY

 

 

 

 

 

THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR 1939-1945

 

APOSTOLON, ARCHIE

BAKER, ERNEST W., M.M.

BARBOUR, ROBERT JOHN C.

BEATON, BILL GERARD

BLAIR, DONALD VINCENT

BOX, HERBERT E.

BRADFORD, DELBERT

BURCHILL, ORVAL H.

CAIRNS, RONALD
CAMPBELL, WILLIAM ALVIN

CARROLL, JOHN MALLORY

CASSELMAN, JOHN HALIFAX
CASSELMAN, RONALD C.

CLARK, ARTHUR RAYMOND
COVILLE, DONALD WILLIS

COX, JACK SCOTT

CROWLEY, FRANCIS J.

CROWLEY, PAUL ANTHONY
DALLYN, JAMES BOUSTEAD
DETLOR, PERRY B.

DIETSCHWEILER, CHARLES H.

DILLEN, STEWART C.

DONOVAN, JOSEPH HAROLD
DOUGLAS, HAMISH IAN

ELLIOTT, GARNEY R.

FERGUSON, JAMES EDWARD
FETTERLY, ALBERT EDWARD
FRYE, HIBBERT DOUGLAS
FORRESTER, RICHARD D.

FOWLER, BYRON ERIC
FOX, GORDON
GALLAGHER, HAROLD

GARDINER, DONALD B.

GIBSON, CLARENCE A.

GIFFIN, THOMAS GLENN

GLEN, JOHN FREDERICK

GOULD, INNIS LINDSAY E.

GRANT, FRANK EDWARD
GRANT, MALCOLM SEAFIELD

GROVES, J. HAROLD
HAGGART, JOHN LESLIE

HALL, JAMES CECIL

HALL, JAMES SAMUEL

HALL, JOHN ROBERT

HALPIN, MAURICE P.

HAMMELL, FRANCIS J.

HAZZARD, DAVID KILBOURN

HENDERSON, DONALD McC.

HILLIS, KENNETH MILLARD

HONE, GEORGE W.

HORTON, RONALD ELMER

HUNTER, EDWARD JOSEPH

JACQUES, WILLIAM HENRY

JOHNSON, WALLACE HAYDEN
KENNEDY, HENRY JOHN
LAROCQUE, SIDNEY P.

LEE, JACK MORDEN

LEGARY, JAMES BERNARD

LENNOX, GEORGE EVERETT

LORD, JAMES ARTHUR
LYNCH, HUGH CHARLES

MADDEN, BERNARD DEVINE
MAJOR, THOMAS E.

MARRS, JAMES JOHN

McILVENNA, WILLIAM JOHN

MILLER, ROBERT H.

MILLIGAN, GEORGE DOUGLAS

MORRISON, HUGH ALLAN T.

MOTT, ELMER JOSEPH
MOULDS, DONALD LAWRENCE
MOULTON, ROBERT B.

O'GRADY, JOSEPH L.

O'NEIL, ALTON JAMES

PARSLOW, JAMES ALBERT

PEARSON, BRUCE W.C.

PERKINS, LAWRENCE B.

POOLE, NORMAN ROLAND

RENWICK, AWREY HENRY

REYNOLDS, HARTLEY E.

RHAMEY, WILLIAM CARMAN

SABOURIN, ORASE JOSEPH
SAUVE, JAMES EARL

SHAW, CHARLES HUGH

SMEAD, STANLEY

SMITH, LAWRENCE LINDSAY
SOPER, JOHN HENRY
SPURGE, FRANK E.

TARLINGTON, ROBERT D.

TIERNEY, THOMAS BERNARD

TYO, ERNEST ALBERT
VanALYSTYNE, PHILIP N.

VANDUSEN, WILLIAM RALPH

WARREN, ARTHUR LOUIS
WARRINER, CHARLES BYRON

WHITMARSH, JOSEPH W.

WINFORD, NORBERT S.

WOODBURN, JAMES D., D.I.M.

YATES, LESLIE MARLOW

YERDON, WILLIS 

YERDON, HAROLD ROBERT J.