Location: N 43° 15.594 W 081° 08.418 At the northeast corner of Queen Street E and Church Street, beside the Town Hall.
A beautiful park, beside the historic St. Mary’s Town Hall, dedicated to the remembrance of our fallen heroes. The park features a garden, a walkway, an arch and mainly a tall monument to the veterans of the First World War.
Additional plaques on the side of the Town Hall show the names of those from other conflicts.
There are numerous plaques found around the gardens, including one from the Women’s Institute and from Dutch emigrants.
The area is beautifully kept for all visitors, and offers a quiet place for remembrance.
World War One Monument:
William Near, Frank Near, James O’Connell, William Pettigrew, Clarence W. Robson, Russell K. Rundle, Frederick Render, James M. Richardson, Charles Richardson, Bert P, Robinson, Arnold Stapleton, Murton Shore, Archibald Skinner, William Sweeney, Frank R. Sinclar, Herbert Stubbins
IN MEMORY OF OUR FALLEN HEROES
1914 – 1918
Cecil J. Sandercock, Wm G. Sandercock, Sidney Taylor, Fred J. Todd, James Taggart, Joseph Taylor, Sheldon Uffelman, Lorne A. Volcker, William Wood, Wm J. Wright, James F. Webster, Robert Walton, Frederick Wild, E. A. Webb, George H. Wiltshire, Stanley Walpole
Eric M. Abendana, John A. Black, Albert Bodenham, Frank Berry, George G. Bolster, Horace Brewer, Colin L. Cameron, James Cook, Clesson J. Dickinson, George Dunham, Frank Ellis, William L. Evans, John C. Evans, Alexander Freeman, Frank W. Finnie, Kenneth Grant
Samuel Gouch, James Gouch, George J. Gooding, John Graham, Frank Halls, Wm. Hannaberry, Noble Johnston, Albert Lewis, Everett Langford, Norman Martin, Harvey Martin, Robert T. Matthew, Trevor C. Montizambert, Wm. Earl McMaster, William McConnell, John Moore
IN MEMORY OF
THOSE WHO DIED
SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902
WORLD WAR I
WORLD WAR II
IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF THIS DISTRICT
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN
THE SECOND GREAT WAR
Ray Adams, Robt. J. Agar, J. E. Allen, H. G. Anderson, G. Barnett, Frank Bishop, L. Butters, F. J. Culliton, K. Dewey, L. Dewey, J. Douglas, H. C. Graham, K. Harker, A. W. Heard, J. R. Henderson, C. E. Kalbfleisch, D. W. Kennedy, A. King, W. Lambourne, Jordan Lang, Ian Lord, R. O. Marquis, A. Martin, S. R. McCarthy, W. E. McDonald, M. McGee, Gordon McKay, L. McKnight, G. M. McLeod, J. R. McRobb, H. T. Mossip, J. A. Munro, R. B. Nairn, E. W. Ollen-Bittle, W. Pym, W. Richardson, R. B. Ridley, Roy Sager, W. F. Sager, L. Snelgrove, S. Stevens, W. R. Stewart, C. Sutcliffe, G. Swan, A Thistle, W. Tobin, G. Waghorne, J. Walker, S. White, F. Willmore
HAS BEEN PLANTED BY
LANDED DUTCH EMIGRANTS
ON MAY 5 1985
IN THANKFUL MEMORY OF
THE LIBERATION OF THE
NETHERLANDS IN 1945 BY
THE CANADIAN FORCES