Tuesday, 17 April 2012
Location: N 44 58.546 W 075 14.683 In front of the town library, on the east side of County Road 31, north of County Road 18.
This memorial is dedicated to those who died in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War. It was erected by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 538 of Williamsburg. It consists of a white stone cairn, with a maple leaf on top, and a small plaque on the front. Flanked by two flag poles, flying the Canadian flag and the Union Jack.
Royal Canadian Legion crest