Block 'V'. Driver, Canadian Field Artillery. Son of Mary Ann. Trooper, 6th Armd Regiment, 1st Hussars, R. Son of James Leach, of 46 Duke St.
Son of Ada Letch. Son of Edward and Margaret Long, of St. Driver, Canadian Army Service Corps. Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. Corporal, Royal Canadian Regiment. Royal Canadian Regiment.
Killed in action 30th October Sarah Marshall, of 28 Camden St. Name listed at Panel 19 on the Memorial. Fireman, Canadian Merchant Navy. Killed in action 3rd May Native of High Barnet, England. Welford formerly Mayo , of 27 Bertrand Street, Ottawa. Y Valenciennes St. Canadian Infantry New Brunswick Regiment. Row Son of Alfred Miles of Church St. Miller, of Emerald St. Hamilton, Ontario. His brother Hugh Brown also fell. Killed in action at Arras.
Driver, 3rd Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery. Name listed at Panel 2 on the Memorial.
Private, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps. Killed in action 26th October Died 4th-7th September Son of Harry and Elizabeth Nunn. Native of Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Son of the late Serjt. Oakley R. Son of Edward John and Hannah Oxley. Y Serre Road Cemetery No. Name listed on the Vimy memorial. Canadian Railway Troops. Died of wounds 16th November Son of the late Albert and Eliza Pardon. Killed in action 25th July Son of the late Walter and Georgina Read Pearce.
Private, 73rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed in action 6th June Canadian Labour Corps. Son of Thomas and Mary Powell, of Sheffield. Wiltshire Regiment.
Canadian Machine Gun Corps. Husband of Daisy L. Freeman formerly Read , of Centre St. Died of wounds received at Cambrai. Native of Middlesex, England. Y Saint Marys Cemetery St. Canadian Infantry British Columbia Regiment. Son of Mr. Corporal, Canadian Railway Troops. Sapper, 1st Field Company, Canadian Engineers.
Killed in action at Sanctuary Wood 5th June Killed in action 22nd June Died of wounds 19th November Ordinary Telegraphist, Royal Navy. Schwalm aka William R. Schwalm has two gravestones in this cemetery. Date of death not recorded. There can be as much as day difference.
Son of Albert and Henrietta Beatrice Smith. Private, Royal Canadian Dragoons. Husband of Agnes J. Speed, of Toronto, Ontario. Died of wounds received on the Somme. Brother of Cecil G. Spragg, of Lefroy, Ontario. Emigrated to Canada in Enlisted at Barrie, Ontario, 1st April, in 76th Battalion.
Killed in action at Cambrai. Husband of Rose 0. Grave 9. Son of James R. Private, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Pioneers.
Private, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Sergeant, Fort Garry Horse. Enlisted London.
Robert William Thomas. Born Cley, Norfolk. Lived and enlisted Paddington, Middlesex. Panel 14 to 17 and to A. Commemorated: Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Pier and Face 1 C and 1 D.