Location: Simcoe County N 44.69461 W -79.16123
South of Sebright, on the west side of 5808 Kirkfield Road, in the graveyard.
This memorial is found in the graveyard beside the Sebright United Church. It is a red granite stone engraved with the names of three men from this area who died in the Great War. I had passed this location on several occasions and never knew it was here, special thanks to Lisa R. for alerting me to this memorial and others in the area.
Also found in this cemetery are military graves of other men who served our country, and are buried here.
AND LOVING MEMORY OF
OUR DEAR BOYS WHO DIED FOR
LIBERTY AND HUMANITY
1914 - 1918
SERGT. NOBLE J. BRADEN M.M. 116TH BATT'N
KILLED IN FRANCE AUG. 13, 1918
PTE. WILLIAM E. OXBY 19TH BATT'N
KILLED AT VISEN ARTOIS AUG. 28, 1918
MEMBER OF L.O.L. 1899
PTE. JAMES W. TENNISON 116TH BATT'N
KILLED IN ACTION OCT. 1, 1918
GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS THAT
A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS FRIENDS