Branch 6 – Owen Sound

Branch 208 – Wiarton

Branch 290 – Tobermory

Branch 586 – Hepworth Shallow Lake



We Will Remember Them


Designed and cross stitched by Fiona Jude of “Country Threads” in Tuncurry, New South Wales, Australia
as a personal tribute of Remembrance to the war dead.



Name link is to the Veterans Affairs Canada Virtual War Memorial.

Date of Death link is to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission “Debt of Honour Register”.

World War I – Named on the
Monument Corners Cenotaph
NAME BORN ENLISTED DIED
CALDWELL, Pte. William Henry
Books of Remembrance Page 379
June 16, 1898 January 11, 1916 April 5, 1918
Faubourg-d’Amiens Cemetery, Arras,
Pas de Calais, Arras, France
McCALLUM, Pte. John Archibald
Books of Remembrance Page 453
July 6, 1877   August 26, 1918
Wancourt British Cemetery,
Pas de Calais, France



The names of those that also served during World War I
and are listed on the Monument Corners Cenotaph
Howard Boyle William Burley Samual J. Hayes Wilson Hayes
George Livingston Angus D. McArthur Chas. McArthur Crystal McArthur
Dan. McArthur Hugh McArthur Wm. McDonald Angus McLay
Chas. McLay Daniel McLay Donald D.S. McLay John Allan McLay
John M. McLay Murdock D.L. McLay Archie Rouse John T. Rouse
Daniel Smith Murdock Smith Roderick Smith James Vickers
James Ward Norman Wardoff Lloyd Weatherhead Oscar Winch



World War II – Named on the
Monument Corners Cenotaph
NAME BORN ENLISTED DIED
McARTHUR, Pte. Kenneth Clayton
Books of Remembrance Page 381
March 25, 1925   July 8, 1944
Beny-Sur-Mer Canadain War
Cemetery, Calvados, France
NOBLE, Pte. Ernest Ivan Albern
Books of Remembrance Page 405
About 1923 February 18, 1942 October 10, 1944
Brussels Town Cemetery, Belgium
PEDWELL, Jack (John) Aldon
Books of Remembrance
Page 414
December 18, 1920   May 7, 1944
Halifax Memorial, Nova Scotia
PYKE, Pte. Bertram Isaac
Books of Remembrance Page 556
    January 30, 1945
Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Netherlands
WARD, Cpl. Ralph
Books of Remembrance Page 471
April 20, 1920 December 16, 1941 July 19, 1944
Beny-Sur-Mer Canadain War
Cemetery, Calvados, France



The names of those that also served during World War II
and are listed on the Monument Corners Cenotaph
Cecil Hayes Sterling Hayes Howard Hofstrand Lindsay MacDonald
Archie McArthur Kenneth D. McArthur Malcolm McDonald Gordon McLay
Norman McLay Adam Smith Kenneth S. Smith Daniel Wyonch
James Wyonch John Wyonch



World War I – Named on the
Lion’s Head Cenotaph
NAME BORN ENLISTED DIED
BLACKWOOD, Pte. John Thomas
Books of Remembrance Page 055
February 12, 1893 February 8, 1915 June 13, 1916
Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, Belgium
BLACKWOOD, Pte. Samuel David
Books of Remembrance Page 369
January 12, 1895 March 20, 1916 October 1, 1918
Mill Switch British Cemetery, Nord, France
CAMERON, Pte. John Alexander
Books of Remembrance Page 379
    October 23, 1918
Orpington (All Saints)
Churchyard Extension;
Kent, United Kingdom
CAMPBELL, Pte. Duncan Earl
Books of Remembrance Page 379
July 14, 1896 February 26, 1916 October 2, 1918
Cantimpre Canadain Cemetery,
Sailly, France
LAIDLAW, Lt. William John Scott
Books of Remembrance Page 270
September 17, 1893 January 12, 1916 27 November 1917
Buried at Fouquieres-Les-Lens Communal Cemetery,
Pas de Calais, France



The names of those that also served during World War I
and are listed on the Lion’s Head Cenotaph
C. Adair W. Adams H.Belrose J.Belrose



World War II – Named on the
Lion’s Head Cenotaph
NAME BORN ENLISTED DIED
BAIN, Pte. Scott ‘Scotty’ Garfield
Books of Remembrance Page 241
  November, 1942 October 31, 1944
Adegem Canadian War Cemetery,
Belgium
FLOOD, Pilot Officer Donald George
Books of Remembrance Page 306
    September 17, 1944
Strijen Protestant Cemetery, Netherlands
GREIG, Pte. Donald Duane
Books of Remembrance Page 520
January 26, 1926 October, 1944 September 19, 1945
Lion’s Head (Eastnor) Cemetery,
Ontario, Canada
GRIST, F/L Kilburn Howard
Books of Remembrance Page 520
    April 26, 1945
Reykjavik (Fossvogur) Cemetery,
Iceland
HAYWARD, Tpr. Gordon Elgin
Books of Remembrance Page 331
    December 24, 1944
Villanova Canadian War Cemetery,
Italy
NEATH, A/B John Frederick Earl
Books of Remembrance Page 102
About 1917   September 13, 1942
Halifax Memorial, Nova Scotia
NORTHCOTT, Spr. John Henry
Books of Remembrance Page 199
April 17, 1921 September 16, 1939 May 2, 1943
Brookwood Military Cemetery,
Surry, United Kingdom
SAUNDERS, Pte. Gordon Lewis
Books of Remembrance Page 210
    November 14, 1943
Agira Canadain War Cemetery,
Sicily, Italy
WEAVER, CSM Earl Edward
Books of Remembrance Page 473
February 3, 1919 September, 1939 December 20, 1944
Argenta Gap War Cemetery,
Italy



The names of those that also served during World War II
and are listed on the Lion’s Head Cenotaph
Dannie Graham James W. Speirs        



Veterans Named on the
Stokes Bay Cemetery Memorial
Clyde Aker Lillian Aker Joseph Alderson Leslie Bray
Ray Brown Alonzo Burley Hector Burley Hugh Burley
Kell Burley McIvor Burley Milton Burley Ross Burley
Russel Burley Russel Burley Jr. William D. Burley William Burley Jr.
Henry Catley Robert Catley Sr. William T. Clarke Walter Eckenswiller
Charles (Chuck) Haskett Karl Hawes Lount Hawke Doug Henderson
Tom Herron Eileen Kelly Horton Knapp Howard L. Knight
Roy Knight Walter Roy Knight Robert Leathorn Christie McArthur
Daniel McArthur Kenneth McArthur Lindsay McDonald Malcolm McDonald
Norman McDonald Mabel McFarlane Thomas McFarlane Richard (Dick) McIver
Angus McLay Arnold McLay Daniel McLay Gordon McLay
John M. McLay Murdock M. McLay Roland Morin Angus Murray
John Northcott John T. Rouse Donald Saunders Gordon Saunders
Ian Scott Clarence Smith Daniel Smith Gordon Smith
Murdock Smith Edward Wilton Williams Woods Daniel Wyonch
James Wyonch

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