Sunday, 11 February 2018

Rdgeway / Crystal Beach

 
 
Location:  Niagara Region     N 42 52.559   W 79 03.577
In the cemetery at the corner of Ridgeway Road and Farr Avenue, under the water tower.

This location in the Crystal Beach Cemetery is home to two memorials and the final resting place of several veterans.
The first memorial was originally erected in Queen's Circle, in the centre of the village of Crystal Beach, in 1921.  It was moved to this site in 1999.
The second memorial is an Honour Roll of men lost from this area in the wars of the 20th century.  It is a more modern memorial, erected by the Ridgeway Branch 230 of the Royal Canadian Legion.

Not far from this location is the National Historic Site cairn marking the 1866 Battle of Ridgeway, a key skirmish in the Fenian Raids.
 



Marker text:
Crystal Beach memorial:
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
LOCAL VETERANS WHO SERVED
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES
IN THE 20TH CENTURY

THIS MEMORIAL WAS ERECTED AT QUEEN'S CIRCLE,
VILLAGE OF CRYSTAL BEACH CIRCA 1921.
IT WAS MOVED TO ITS PRESENT SITE IN 1999

AN INITIATIVE OF THE CRYSTAL BEACH VIDEO GROUP
(CATHY HERBERT, PAUL KASSAY, JANET TRUCKENBRODT)

LEST WE FORGET
 




Honour Roll:
Front:
(legion crest)
RIDGEWAY BRANCH 230

WORLD WAR I
1914 - 1918

WORLD WAR II
1939 - 1945

KOREAN WAR

VIETNAM WAR

AFGHANISTAN CONFLICT

NATO PEACEKEEPING
MISSIONS

IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR
FALLEN COMRADES WHO MADE
THE SUPREME SACRIFICE





Back:
HONOUR ROLL

ERNEST BAKER
R. BURD
LLOYD ELSLEY
MELVIN MacKAY
OSCAR NOYES
HARRY SHISLER
HERBERT WHALEN
WALTER (RED) BAKER
W. ROSS BERTAAN
ROBERT CLIMENHAGE
E. TED HUTCHINGS
KENNETH JANSEN
RAYMOND JOHNSTON
HERBERT SCHMITT
RUSSELL SMITH
KEITH TEAL
JOHN WILHELM
ALBERT STORM

JOHN BRIGHT
WALTER DERRICK
JOHN HALAVIN
JOSEPH NEAR
LEONARD PORTER
ALFRED TIDMARSH
CARL BAKER
R. BARRETT
CHARLES BROWN
BERT MORGAN
JOE NIGH
JOHN REBSTOCK
ALBERT REICHELT
JAMES SHERK
HAROLD SMITH
ART WALKER
DENNIS BROWN

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER

FREEDOM ISN'T FREE
 







Sunday, 4 February 2018

Norwich

 
 
Location:  Oxford County     N 42 58.848   W 80 35.800
On Jerdon Street, just west of Stover Street South, in front of Emily Stowe Public School.
 

 
A very beautiful memorial featuring a statue of a Weeping Lady.  The statue, made of Italian Carrara marble, is said by the Oxford County website to represent the local "Quaker response of pacifism and the futility of war". 

"How interesting it is that the Norwich Gazette of May 26, 1921 had written about the sculpted marble figure of the weeping lady recently unveiled at the Norwich High School Memorial Park in the following words:
The whole idea is allegorical. It is a personification of the Spirit of Canada, bowed in grief and sorrow and weeping for her lost sons. This intends to perpetuate the memory of the disastrous results of the Great World War."
Source:   http://www.norwichgazette.com/2017/09/12/notes-on-norwichs-weeping-lady-cenotaph

That being said, the names of those local men who died in the World Wars, those who bravely answered the call of King and country and made the supreme sacrifice for our freedom and forever engraved in the Scottish Granite stele that supports the grieving lady.  The memorial was unveiled on Victoria Day in 1921 in front of the high school.  It was moved to this location in 1952, and the names of the dead from WWII were added at that time.  The names of those lost in WWI are engraved on the front and back of the memorial, while those lost in WWII are found on the sides.
Some folks would suggest that this statue helped influence the cloaked Mother Canada figure, part of the Vimy Memorial commissioned by the Canadian government.
The Norwich Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion recently had some cleaning and restoration work done on the memorial.


 
Marker text:
Front:
ERECTED BY THE VILLAGE OF NORWICH
& TOWNSHIP OF NORTH NORWICH,
TO COMMEMORATE THE SERVICE & SACRIFICE
OF THEIR CITIZEN SOLDIERS IN THE WORLD WAR
1914   -   "LEST WE FORGET"   -   1918

MAJ. T.D. SNEATH. M.C.
LIEUT. J.F. DICKSON
LIEUT. P. JOHNSON
LIEUT. A. ROWE
CORP. H. COLES
L.CORP. A. STRODE
SGT. C.W. BEATTIE





Right side:
WILLIAM KENNEDY
JACK B. KENNEDY
HOWARD LOSSING
DONALD LEES
NORMAN MELDRUM
THEO. McCREADY
BEV. NEWTON
MATTHEW POTTS
ROBERT RICE
ROBERT ROLOSON
BROCK ROBERTSON
ROBERT REID
ARTHUR SMITH
ARTHUR STIENSTRA
LeCLARE WALKER
JOHN YULE
1939 - 1945





Rear:
PTE. R. CATTEL
PTE. JNO. STEWART
PTE. E. KELLY
PTE. H. PRIDDLE
PTE. R. NEWTON
PTE. W.A. HUGHES
PTE. FRED CROXFORD
PTE. A.E. CRABBE
PTE. P.L. HAINER
PTE. H.J. SACKRIDER
PTE. A. MESSECAR
PTE. FRED. BLEAKLEY
PTE. H. BARNES
PTE. B. EDWARDS 

PTE. E. SCANLON
PTE. H. SACKRIDER
PTE. G.E. DENNIS
PTE. R. BUCK
PTE. H. PEARSON
PTE. G. McGREGOR
PTE. C. BEATTIE
PTE. S. SHELLINGTON
PTE. B. POOLE
PTE. J. McNAUGHTON
PTE. W. LOSSING
PTE. H. MONEY
PTE. J.L. HARRIS
PTE. W.B. EDMONDS






Left side:
ROBERT ALEXANDER
NORMAN ANDREWS
RUSSELL AVEY
JACK BOWMAN
L. BOYCE
ROGER BURRILL
JEFFREY CHALK
REG. COLE
GEOFFREY COWARD
HARRY DAIR
ALEX. DAIKEN
RAY L. FRAIN
HARVEY HAYES
RAYMOND HOOPER
JOHN KENNERLY
1939 - 1945









Friday, 26 January 2018

Port Robinson

 

 
Location:  Niagara Region     N 43 02.341   W 79 12.606
In front of the fire hall, at the corner of Bridge Street East and River Street, east side of the Welland Canal.
 

A very unique memorial and one of the smallest we find in Ontario.  The memorial is a brass plaque attached to a flag pole in front of the Thorold fire hall #3.  It was erected in 1920 and pays tribute to the fallen of the Great War.  Four men from this small community died fighting the war.
A granite stone, placed by the Legion was also added to list the major conflicts of the 20th century.

Market text:
Brass plaque:
THE GREAT WORLD WAR
1914     1918
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF OUR
FALLEN HEROES
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES

AND IN
HONOR OF THOSE
who served overseas
FROM
THOROLD TOWNSHIP

That FREEDOM and the EMPIRE
MIGHT ENDURE

ERECTED     1920
 



Granite stone:
IN MEMORY OF THE CITIZENS
OF PORT ROBINSON
WHO PAID THE SUPREME SACRIFICE

1914 - 1918
1939 - 1945
1950 - 1953
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM











Sunday, 14 January 2018

Arkona

 
 
Location:  Lambton County     N 43 04.330   W 81 49.420
At the entrance to Arkona Cemetery, 8628 Townsend Line East.
 

This proud memorial stands near the entrance of the Arkona Cemetery, now the resting place of many local men who fought in the World Wars and returned to this small community.  Those that fought and died overseas are forever remembered on this cenotaph.  It was dedicated in June of 1923  by the Arkona Women’s Institute and the citizens of Arkona, Warwick, Bosanquet and West Williams.
The names of the fallen are carved into the black granite shaft, while a white Italian marble statue stands guard over the memories of these fallen heroes and family men.


 
 
Marker text:
Front:
HONOUR AND GRATEFUL TRIBUTE
TO OUR BOYS
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE GREAT WAR.
1914 - 1918

PTE. GORDON PATTERSON
LANCE CORP. ROY N. FAIR
PTE. GEORGE PUTTICK
PTE. WILLIAM TORRINGTON
PTE. CLARENCE F. JACKSON
PTE. GORDON L. BROWN
PTE. JAMES E. ZAVITZ
PTE. HARRY WILCOCKS
PTE. WILLIAM MAYBURY
CORP. BEAUMONT S. FLACK

THEY DIED THAT HONOUR
AND JUSTICE MAY LIVE
 

 


Right side:
PTE. FRED R. BROWN
PTE. J. EDWIN CRAWFORD
LANCE CORP. O.F. CAMERON
 




Left side:
ERECTED BY
ARKONA WOMENS
INSTITUTE
AND CITIZENS OF
ARKONA, WARWICK
BOSANQUET
AND
WEST-WILLIAMS
 




Rear:
1939 - 1945
STO. W. NORMAN RODER
PTE. ERIC J. SMITH
PTE. STANLEY A. EDWARDS
SGT. FRANK SHADLOCK
RFMN. E.D. BUTLER
TPR. R. McADAM
STO. J. FORAN
PTE. S. ACKLETON
SGT. GORDON F. UTTER
 




Sunday, 7 January 2018

Peterborough

 

Location:  Peterborough County     N 44 18.537   W 78 19.273
In Confederation Park, 501 George Street North.




On December 11, 1920, the first meeting of the Citizen's Memorial Committee was held. During a public meeting on December 17, 1920, a design by Walter S. Allward was submitted and approved. Walter S. Allward had the honour of being chosen by the Canadian Government to execute the Vimy Ridge Memorial in France. Since this interfered with the Peterborough contract, Allward secured the assistance of an eminent English sculptor, Mr. Bayes, to assist in carrying out the original design.
On October 10, 1927, the tender of Creber Brothers for the granite work of the memorial was accepted while the committee was still securing a complete list of the war dead of Peterborough. Excavation began and the cement work started on May 28, 1928. The unveiling and dedication was held on June 30, 1929. This memorial was originally constructed in what was known as Central Park, now known as Confederation Park on George Street in Peterborough, Ontario. This site was selected because of its central location and more importantly, as a sentiment to the fact that many of the soldiers started and returned at that location, on their "great adventure". The carved names on the plaques have become illegible over the years. The honour roll in the City Hall remained the only list of Peterborough's heroes.
From 1977 to 1981, the veterans group refurbished and added name plaques in Operation Cenotaph. A third monument was unveiled on June 18, 1967 by the ex-servicewomen's branch 452 of the Royal Canadian Legion. A rededication ceremony took place on Sunday, June 24, 1979 at 2 pm where new name plaques were unveiled. At this time, the names of war dead from the Second World War and from the Korean Conflict were added to the Cenotaph. The veterans also organized the restoration of the statues in 1993-94 by Craig Johnson Restoration Ltd. The Peterborough chapter of Ontario Electrical League donated new lighting in June 1995.
The Cenotaph sits on a circular, stepped base made of white granite. The pedestals for each of the two bronze figures are also of white granite, the west pedestal being carved on the front and back with the names of war victims from World War I. The four plaques placed over the inside of the western pedestal are of bronze and the names of all Peterborough war dead of the World Wars and the Korean Conflict are inscribed on them in raised gold lettering. A fifth plaque on the eastern side of the east pedestal remains as a dedication. Above the pedestals are two bronze figures of heroic dimensions, one representing the enemy full of rage and fury and the other of a heroic knight representing Canadian chivalry.
The monument erected by the ex-servicewomen has a rectangular base of rough white granite, a rectangular pedestal of smooth white granite and a polished monument of red granite in the shape of the City Honour Book. There is an inscription on the eastern side of the pedestal.
**Thank you to Veterans Affairs Canada for the above description: http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/national-inventory-canadian-memorials/details/5511

On the back of the memorial are panels of black granite with the names of all from this city who have served.  This is a beautiful memorial and should be seen by all, the sculptures are quite impressive, as is the long list of names of those who paid the ultimate price.



Marker text:
Front Statue:
IN MEMORY OF THE CHIVALRY
OF OUR MEN AND WOMEN WHO
FOUGHT AND DIED DEFENDING
HUMANITY AGAINST AGGRESSION.
THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOR EVERMORE.

HONUOR ROLL (from the left)
First plaque:
WORLD WAR I   1914 - 1918
ABOUD, C.
ABOUD, L.
ACKERMAN, A.R., M.C.
ACKERMAN, C.D.
ADAMS, F.M.
AFFLECK, W.G.
ALDRED, A.E.
ALLEN, D.E.
ALLEN, G.E.
ALLEN, G.W.
ALLEN, J.
ALEXANDER, O.L.
ALFRED, A.
ALSEPT, A.
ALTHOUSE, J.S.
AMOS, H.C.
ANDERSON, A.S.
ANDERSON, R.
ANDERSON, R.C.S.
ANDREWS, J.
ARMSTRONG, F.
ARMSTRONG, F.H.
ARMSTRONG, F.E.
ARMSTRONG, J.C.
ARMSTRONG, R.
ASHMAN, J.C.
AVERY, G.E.

BAKER, H.C.
BAKER, H.F.
BAMFORD, G.W.
BARCROFT, H.
BARLEE, H.D.
BARRELL, T.
BARRIE, N.
BARRY, J.
BARTLE, E.L.
BATTEN, W.R.
BEAVER, A.H.
BECKETT, L.G.
BELL, B.
BELL, W.E.
BENNETT, C.
BENNETT, G.W.
BENTLEY, E.W.
BERTRAND, P.  MM
BETHUNE, R.
BILLINGTON, W.G.
BIRDGENAW, D.
BIRDGENAW, F.
BLACK, A.
BLACKBOURNE, F.G.W.
BLACKFORD, H.A.
BLAKE, L.
BLAKER, J.I.
BLOOMFIELD, F.

BOIK, J.
BOLIN, A.
BOLIN, R.A.
BOLTON, F.G.
BOLTON, H.A. MM.
BOON, R.D.
BOUSKILL, V.M.
BOYD, H.M.
BOYLER, H.G.
BRACKENRIDGE, H.M.
BRADLEY, I.
BREW, P.M.
BRISCO, F.J.
BROADWAY, J.
BROCK, G.C.
BROOKS, J.M.
BROOKS, W.D.
BROTHERSTONE, G.
BROWN, H.  V.C.
BROWN, J.
BROWN, P.L.
BRYSON, S.M.
BUCKINGHAM, J.
BURGESS, A.T.
BURNS, J.J.
BURNS, R.
BUTLER, H.L.

CABLE, T.
CALLAGHAN, H.J.
CAMERON, C.R.
CAMERON, J.H.
CALBERRY, G.F.
CALBERRY, H.V.
CAMPBELL, T.E.
CAMPBELL, W.J.  MM.
CARPENTER, F.G.
CARPENTER, H.E.G.
CARRUTHERS,  W.J.
CARTER, F.C.
CARTER, G.
CARTER, R.
CARVETH, G.H.D.
CARVOLTH, J.B.
CATER, B.A.
CHALMERS, T.C.
CHAMBERLAIN, R.H.
CHAMBERS, T.
CHAMBERS, T.L.  MM.
CHANDLER, J.E.
CHAPPELLE, E.J.
CHARLES, W.J.  MM.
CHILES, F.S.
CHROW, A.
CLANCY, V.E.
CLAPPER, W.A.
CLAPPISON, H.

CLARK, N.
CLAYTON, H.
COLLETT, L.F.
COLLINS, G.H.
CONAGO, S.
CONNORS, J.
COONES, G.O.
COONES, G.
COONES, H.
COONES, H.T.
COONES, R.L.
COOPER, F.
COOPER, P.T.
COOPER, P.T.W.
COPSON, H.
CORNELIUS, W.
CORRIGAN, E.B.
CRAFT, R.C.
CRESSMAN, F.C.
CROCKER, W.
CROSS, E.
CROSS, T.E.
CUFFE, T.L.
CULLEN, N.B.
CUMBERLAND, K.D.
CUNNINGHAM, H.D.  MC.
CURSON, G.
CURTAIN, B.
CURTIN, W.
CURTIS, H.
CURTIS, W.H.
CURTIS, W.M.H.
CUSTANCE, R.C.

DAINTON, W.H.
DARBORN, W.
DARLING, N.E.
DAVIDSON, J.F.
DAVIS, T.
DAWSON, W.  MM.
DAWSON, W.J.
DAWSON, W.S.
DEAN, C.A.W.
DE LA PLANTE, A.A.
DELINE, S.J.
DEVINS, H.
DEWEY, P.J.
DICKSON, D.
DIXON, H.C.
DIXON, W.E.
DOHERTY, J.
DOHERTY, T.J.
DOLLING, T.
DOLMAN, G.V.
DONALD, E.
DONALDSON, A.
DONALDSON, R.E.

DORMER, E.G.
DOUGLAS, T.
DOWNEY, E.J.
DRAIN, P.H.
DUMMITT, C.J.
DUNKLEY, F.
DUNN, J.
DYER, T.V.

EAGLE, E.
EASTON, C.
ECOBICHON, S.J.
EDMISON, H.G.
EDWARDS, B.H.
EDWARDS, B.V.
EDWARDS,  H.S.W.
EDWARDS, W.
ELLAM, J.
ELLIOTT, R.R.
ELLIOTT, W.W.
EMERY, R.F.
ENGLISH, J.H.
EVANS, D.
EVANS, W.J.

FAGG, H.
FAIR, R.M.C.
FAUX, J.B.
FEELY, L.
FEENEY, J.C.
FENNELL, D.J.
FIFE, G.S.
FIFE, S.
FINLAY, N.
FINNIE, G.W.
FITZGERALD, P.J.
FLEMING, W.
FORBES, W.R.
FOSTER, W.P.
FOWLDS, D.G.
FOY, E.C.
FRANKISH, J.A.
FROST, A.
FROST, T.

GARBUTT, G.R.
GIBSON, J.C.
GIBSON, W.F.
GIFFORD, J.J.
GIFFORD, R.F.
GIRVEN, G.F.
GIRVIN, W.G.
GODFREY, J.C.
GODFREY, W.F.
GOODWIN, T.H.
GRADY, J.V.
GRANGE, P.H.

GREGORY, H.W.
GRIER, A.J.
GRIFFIN, M.F.B.
GRIFFITHS, T.H.
GRIGGS, W.H.
GRIST, W.J.
GROUT, E.J.
GUEST, H.

HADEN, E.
HALIFAX, J.
HALL, W.W.
HALPIN, F.J.
HAMILTON, W.F.
HAMPTON, I.
HANN, A.G.
HARDMAN, T.W.
HARGROVE, M.E.  MM.
HARRAN, H.
HARTMAN, C.E.
HARTSHORN, N.A.
HASTIE, A.
HASTIE, H.N.
HATCHER, H.
HAWKINS, B.R.
HAWKINS, R
HAWKINS, R.B.
HAWTHORNE, T.G.
HAWTHORNE, T.O.
HAY, R.A.W.
HAYDEN, E.
HAYES, S.F.
HAYLOCK, F.
HEAD, J.
HEALY, C.A.
HEARD, W.H.
HEASLIP, R.R.
HEFFERNAN, F.
HEFFERNAN, W.
HENDERSON, J.E.
HENDREN, J.K.
HENRY, C.A.
HENRY, H.A.
HICKS, B.
HILLIARD, G.C.
HILL, H.
HILL, H.F.
HOLDEN, F.
HOLMES, J.S.
HOPE, W.R.
HOPLEY, H.
HORTON, J.
HOUDRY, M.
HOUGHTON, G.H.
HOUGHLIHAN, C.B.
HOWARTH, F.
HOWDEN, L.

HOWE, G.H.
HULL, W.
HURRY, J.G.
HUTCHINGS, A.G.
HUTCHINSON, W.
HUXLEY, H.
HUYCKE, F.A.

IRELAND, H.E.
IRWIN, N.
IRWIN, W.H.

JAMIESON, J.A.
JINKS, J.
JOHNSTON, G.
JOHNSTON, J.A.
JOHNSTON, M.R.
JOHNSTON, T.
JOHNSTON, W.
JONES, B.H.
JONES, I.W.
JOSLIN, G.

KEITEL, J.A.
KELLEY, J.
KELLY, H.J.
KELLY, R.C.
KENNEDY, N.
KIERNAN, J.
KIDD, H.C.
KIDD, S.
KING, E.  MM.
KING, M.T.
KING, T.J.
KNOWLES, H.

LAING, E.
LAING, W.E.
LATCHFORD, J.C.
LATIMER, G.E.
LATIMER, H.M.
LAWSON, N.T.
LEACH, A.E.
LEAHY, H.
LEAHY, V.P.
LEAL, R.D.
LEAN, W.A.
LEBARR, H.
LEEPER, R.A.
LEGGOTT, H.
LEGON, S.F.
LEMAY, P.M.
LEVOIR, R.
LEWIS, A.J.
LEWIS, F.W.
LIGHTFOOT, J.
LINDSAY, R.M.




Second plaque:
WORLD WAR I   1914 - 1918

LITTLE, A.J.
LITTLE, A.J.
LITTLE, W.H.
LOGAN, J.L.
LONG, W.J.
LONG, W.J.
LOSEY, H.J.
LOUDEN, J.A.

MACFARLANE, E.A.
MACKENZIE, A.
MACLEOD, J.
MAHOOD, R.J.
MAHOOD, S.G.
MAIDMENT, E.
MALLORY, W.J.
MANLEY, C.W.
MANLEY, G.E.
MANN, P.
MARSH, J.
MARSHALL, W.
MARTIN, A.H.
MARTIN, G.D.
MARTIN, P.T.  MM.
MARTIN, R.G.
MARTIN, S.
MATHER, C.D.
MATHER, H.
MATTHEWS, H,  MM.
MATTHEWS, H.S.
MCAULIFFE, W.  MM.
MCCABE, S.V.
MCCARTHY, J.D.
MCCAULEY, G.

MCCAULEY, J.R.
MCCOLL, G.
MCCRACKEN, W.
MCCUSKER,  C.H.
MCDONALD, T.
MCDONELL, M.
MCGANN, J.
MCGRATH, J.M.
MCGREGOR, J.
MCGUIRE, J.
MCILMOYLE, W.V.
MCINTOSH, L.A.
MCINTOSH, W.A.
MCINTYRE, L.H.
MCINTYRE, S.
MCKINLAY, S.
MCKINSTRY, W.
MCLEOD, J.
MCMANUS, W.
MCMULLEN, W.A.
MCNAUGHTON, G.W.
MCNAUGHTON, W.
MCNORTON, W.
MCQUAID, W.H.
MEAGHER, W.
MEHARRY, V.
MEHEW, G.
MEIN, E.
MELLING, W.
METHERAL, W.D.
MILBURN, G.N.
MILLER, J.C.
MILLERSHIP, L.O.
MILLIGAN, C.B.

MINORGAN, G.E.
MONTGOMERY, A.
MONTGOMERY, O.H.
MOORE, H.R.
MORRIS, F.W.
MORRIS, J.
MORRIS, J.M.
MORLACK, L.
MORROW, O.J.
MOULE, S.
MOWAT, G.D.
MOWRY, E.H.
MULLIGAN, G.V.
MURPHY, H.J.

NAISH, C.H.
NEIL, H.P.
NELSON, R.
NEWHALL. J.
NEWHAM, W.J.
NEWTON, F.A.
NICHOL, H.C.
NICHOLLS, HARRY
NICHOLLS, HERBERT
NOFTALL, C.  MM.
NORTHCOTT, A.
NORTHCOTT, V.J.
NOYES, M.

O'DETTE, J.
O'GRADY, D.
ORDE, F.H.
O'TOOLE, F.
O'TOOLE, J.

OVEREND, NURSING
     SISTER MARION

PARCELS, C.A.
PARCELS, W.
PARKER, T.
PARKER, W.H.
PARKINSON, B.H.
PATERSON, A.M.
PATTRICK, P.B.
PAYNE, E.W.
PAYNE, H.G.
PAYNE, R.N.
PEACE, W.
PEARSON, H.
PERDUE, M.
PERRY, T.
PETERS, A.R.
PETERS, C.
PETERS, E.
PETERS, E.H.
PETERS, N.B.
PHILLIPS, W.
PICARD, R.E.
PLANT, R.
POOLE, B.R.
PORTSMOUTH, H.
POST, C.E.
POST, W.T.
POWELL, C.P.
POWERS, W.J.
PRINGLE, S.
PUE, W.H.

QUACKENBUSH, J.

RALPHSON, J.S.
RANGER, G.K.
RATCHFORD, C.
RATHWELL, J.
READ, D.G.
READ, E.G.
REVELL, G.E.
RICHARDSON, R.R.
RIPPINGALE, B.A.
RIPPINGALE, S.H.
ROACH, J.D.
ROACH, T.
ROBERTSON, T.B.
ROBINSON, G.A.
RODGERS, C.E.
ROGERS, J.H.
ROSEBUSH, T.L.
ROUTLEDGE, J.W.
ROWBERRY, G.W.
ROWE, E.
ROWE, G.G.
ROWE, J.H.
ROWE, W.T.
RUSH, C.T.

SABATINO, J.
SADLER, G.H.
SALTER, W.J.
SANDYS, R.H.
SAVAGE, W.
SAWYER, F.R.
SAWYER, H.F.

SCOLLIE, H.J.
SCOLLIE, H.W.
SCOTT, N.  MM.
SCRIVER, R.
SCULLY, P.J.
SCULLY, R.J.
SEARIGHT, T.A.
SEARWRIGHT, S.A.
SELKIRK, C.R.
SHADGETT, J.
SHAW, A.E.
SHAW, C.D.
SHEEHAN, J.
SHEPPERDSON, W.
SHIMMON, S.
SIMPSON, F.
SIMPSON, H.L.
SIMS, W.
SKARRIZI, A.
SLOAN, A.
SMITH, A.
SMITH, C.M.
SMITH, E.
SMITH, E.D.
SMITH, G.
SMITH, HAROLD
SMITH, HENRY
SMITH, H.P.
SMITH, J.C.
SMITH, K.M
SMITH, P.G.J.
SMITH, R.B.
SMITH, R.G.
SMITH, S.




Third plaque:
WORLD WAR I   1914 - 1918

SMITH, W.
SMYTH, S.
SNELGROVE, I.T.P.
SODOM, A.
SPIERS, H.
STANLEY, F.
STANLEY, H.W.
STARKEY, W.
STAUNTON, C.A.
STEEL, F.
STEENBURG, J.
STEVENS, F.
STEVENSON, E.G.  MC.
STEWART, H.
STEWART, V.
STOREY, A.D.
STRICKLAND, G
STRICKLAND, R.D.A.

STRODE, A.C.
STUART, H.J.
STUART, H.N.
SWEENEY, H.J.
SWEENEY, J.D.
SYDES, H.
SYKES, J.T.

TAMBLIN, A.W.
TANNER, F.A.
TANNER, I.
TARGETT, W.H.
TAYLOR, I.
TAYLOR, O.D.
TEAR, D.
TEEVAN, J.
THIBO, G.
THOMAS, F.

THOMPSON, A.
THOMPSON, J.
THOMPSON, J.J.L.
THOMPSON, J.S.
THOMPSON, R.
THOMPSON, R.H.
THOMSON, J.
THORNDYKE, V.
TOBICO, R.
TOBIN, A.E.
TOBIN, J.J.
TOMS, W.A.
TOWNSEND G.H.
TURNER, H.
TURNER, R.

VANDERVILT, N.
VAN NORMAN, G.

WAGSTAFF, W.
WALKER, W.
WALLBRIDGE, T.A.
WALSH, M.A.
WARNER, J.E.
WATSON, J.H.
WEART, W.
WEAVER, G.R.
WEDLOCK, R.
WEDLOCK, R.O.
WEESE, T.G.
WEIR, O.L.
WESLIE, J.
WEST, S.
WHARRIE, J.W.
WHETSTONE, H.W.
WHITE, A.W.

WHITE, C.C.
WHITE, G.
WHITE, J.R
WHITE, L.R.
WHITE, P.V.
WHITNEY, O.
WHITT, A.
WICKER, E.W.
WICKER, F.G.
WILKINS, G.J.
WILKINSON, A.F.
WILKINSON, H.
WILLIAM, B.
WILLIAM, T.
WILLIAMS, J.H.
WILSON, H.C.
WILSON, R.V.
WINDOVER, R.D

WINDOVER, W.M.
WINGETT, L.
WINTER, G.G.
WISKIN, J.D.H.
WOOD, A.V.
WOOD, W.A.
WOODBECK, M.W.
WORBOY, F.
WORRALL, E.H.
WRIDE, R.W.

YORK, H.
YORKE, F.
YOUNG, H.W.
YOUNG, W.


WORLD WAR II   1939 - 1945

ALLEN, J.
ALLEN, D.R.
ALDERSON, E.H.
AMYS, S.H.
ANDERSON, D.V.

ANDERSON, W.R.
ARUNDEL, J.
ASKHAM, W.

BAILEY, H.R.

BARABALL, G.J.
BARTON, R.
BARTON, W.
BELL, E.A.G.
BEST, A.G.

BIANCO, A.D.
BIANCO, J.D.
BISSONNETTE, G.A.R.
BLOOM, T.L.G.
BOATE, W.A.

BOLIN, A.
BOLSTER, W.J.
BOWEN, C.E.
BRACKENRIDGE, D.M.
BRADY, C.J.

BREDIN, M.W.
BRENTON, E.S.
BRENTON, K.S.
BRICK, H.
BRISCOE, F.L.





Fourth plaque:
WORLD WAR II   1939 - 1945

BRODY, J.
BRONSON, W.C.
BROOKS, C.E.
BROWN, J.H.
BULLIED, C.R.
BULLOCK, M.R.
BURFIELD, A.N.R.
BURNHAM, J.F.
BURROWS, B.A.

CABAN, V.W.
CALLAGHAN, V.J.
CAMPBELL, L.G.
CAMPBELL, W.H.
CHAMBERLAIN, H.D.
CHARLTON, L.
CHASE, E,
CHUNN, C.
CHURCHER, A.E.
CLANCEY, H.J.
CLANCY, J.
CLARK, G.E.L.
CLARK, J.M.
CLARK, L.G.
CLARK, N.W.
CONROY, J.E.
COONES, M.W.
COONEY, R.H.
COUGHLIN, J.C.
COUGHLIN, J.W.
COUPER, J.S.
COWLING, J.W.
COX, L.P.
CROWE, J.F.K.
CUNNINGHAM, B.J.
CURTIN, J.J.

DAFOE, W.R.
DARCY, R.
DAVEY, E.S.
DAVIDSON, A.
DAVIES, W.R.
DAWSON, G.O.
DAWSON, G.R.
DEDECK, G.
DICKSON, G.M.

DICKSON, M.M.
DINGMAN, H.R.
DIXON, W.
DREW, W.F.
DRUMMOND, F.R.
DUTTON, R.A.
DWYER, N.D.

EASON, R.F.
EBBS, G.R.
ELLIOTT, E.B.
ELLIS, W.J.
ENGLER, J.L.
EPHGRAVE, H.
EVANS, LEWIS
EVANS, LLEWELLYN

FALKNER, G.
FERGUSON, W.K.
FITZGERALD, G.W.
FITZPATRICK, J.T.
FLORENCE, C.
FORBES, G.D.
FORSYTH, E.B.
FOSTER, R.D.  MM.
FRASER, D.
FRUERE, J.R.

GALL, E.G.
GIBBS, W.R.
GRACIE, W.B.
GRAVELLE, S.J.
GREEN, W.
GRIEDER, J.W.
GRIER, R.J.
GROSE, G.
GUERIN, C.F.
GUERIN, J.E.
GYNANE, J.

HADLOW, W.H.
HAGGERTY, C.
HALL, G.R.D.
HALL, J.F.M.
HALLIHAN, T.H.O.
HARPER, J.N.

HARVEY, L.W.
HARVIE, L.G.
HAWKINS, A.W.
HAWTHORNE, R.T.
HAWTHORNE, W.R.
HAYES, C.
HEATH, G.R.
HEFFERNAN, J.T.
HEFFERNAN, T.
HENDRY, R.E.
HESLIP, F.W.
HEWETT, R.B.S.
HEWETT, R.W.
HICKEY, E.S.
HICKEY, J.M.
HILL, F.C.
HILL, S.R.
HINDS, J.G.
HOBBINS, J.P.
HOBBINS, M.
HOGARTH, A.
HOUGHTON, A.J.
HULL, N.F.

INNES, E.A.
INNES,  F.E.
INNES, G.A.
IRONS, A.
IRONS, G.B.
IRWIN, W.J.

JAMES, S.
JENSON, J.C.
JOHNSON, E.

KEENE, F.W.
KETCHEN, D.E.
KIDD, E.D.

LAING, J.C.
LARRETT, F.J.
LEAN, R.C.
LEETHER, A.
LEGON, J.S.
LEWINGTON, J.E.
LEWINGTON, S.F.

LINSEY, F.J.
LORENZ, C.E.
LYTLE, D.

MACDONALD, T.A.
MACINTOSH, L.
MACINTOSH, O.L.
MANN, J.S.
MANNELL, W.
MARIOS, W.H.
MASON, C.A.
MCAULEY, G.T.
MCBAIN, G.
MCCABE, S.W.
MCCARTHY, J.
MCFADDEN, B.L.
MCINTOSH, L.D.B.
MCINTYRE, J.J.
MCKENZIE, J.W.
MCLAREN, R.
MCMURRAY, P.H.
MCNEELY, A.M.
MCQUARRIE, A.C.
MCWILLIAMS, C.P.
MCWILLIAMS, J.S.
MEEHAN, K.R.
MENZIES, B.A.
MERRITT, E.M.
METHERAL, W.
METHERELL, W.
MILBURN, R.C.
MONAHAN, H.L.
MORRISON, J.M.
MORROW, C.H.
MORROW, H.E.
MORROW, W.C.
MUNRO, B.R.

NEWTON, O.F.
NICE, K.J.

O'CONNOR, E.L.
O'NEILL, T.J.
OSBORNE, H.

PARCELLS, R.

PARK, J.T.
PATERSON, J.A.
PATTE, S.R.
PATTERSON, G.W.H.
PAUDASH, E.R.
PELLOW, D.A.
PERDUE, V.T.
PERRY, T.
PETERS, V.T.
PHILLIPS, H.
PILLING, E.R.
POCOCK, D.L.
POLLOCK, H.K.
POST, A.T.
PRETE, L.J.
PRUNER, E.H.

QUIRT, J.H.

RAMSAY, R.D.
REA, I.A.
REID, S.J.
RENNIE, A.R.
RICHARDS, M.J.
RICHARDSON, D.R.
RITCHIE, J.
RIVARD, G.
RIVARD, J.G.
ROBBINS, B.C.
ROCHE, P.M.
ROGOW, S.
ROODE, A

SANDERS, B.
SANDERS, V.L.
SERGEANT, M.F.E.
SHEA, W.S.
SHEPHERD, H.L.
SHIELDS, M.V.
SMITH, ADAM
SMITH, ALEX
SMITH, E.S.
SORENSON, E.
SPRY, C.
STANLEY, J.
STARKE, A.

STEVENSON, E.H.
STILLWELL, C.J.
STINSON, D.N.
STRAIN, C.C.
STARKE, A.T.F.
STURGEON, J.R.
SULLIVAN, S.J.
SUTHERLAND, R.J.G.

TARLING, B.F.
TAYLOR, G.
TERRIO, J.P.
TERRIO, P.J.
THOMPSON, L.
TRANTER, R.H.
TUCKER, F.

VEALS, F.C.

WALSH, R.M.
WEESE. D.E.
WHITE, DONALD
WHITE, DOMINIC
WHITE, E.G.
WHITE, J.D.D.
WHYMARK, M.E.
WIDDESS, W.R.
WILLIAMS, A.O.
WILLIAMS, F.
WILLIAMS, J.F.
WILLIAMS, K.W.
WILLIAMSON, A.
WOLFE, D.
WOODBECK, C.I.
WOODBECK, M.E.

YELLAND, R.C.
YEO, S.G.E.
YEO, T.
YORK, W.H.
YOUNG, G.J.
YOUNGS, S.H.

ZINSTON, G.W.


KOREAN CONFLICT   1950 - 1953

COOPER, F.
EMERY, R.E.
GARDINER, R.L.
MACDONALD, B.M.
SPENCLEY, P.C.