A-E

A

  • Private Mike Able,  

  • Private Samuel Adams,  August 19, 1942 - Dieppe, France

  • Pvt. Norman Addy, WWI

  •  Stanley Agar,  

  •  George F. Aiken,  

  •  Joseph Winfield Amo, WWII

  • Bomber Pilot Emerson William Andrew, WWII Royal Canadian Air Force

  • Ordinary Seaman Edward Leslie Andrew (Andy),  

  •  Shawn Andrews,  

  •  Stan Angel,  

  •  George Angus,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Major Wilhelmus (Bill) Antonius,  

  • S/L John Cameron Archibald,  RCAF

  •  Maxwell Armitage,  

  •  Jim Atkins,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Ferdnand Maurice Aube, WWII

B

  • Able Seaman  Elburne  Baikie,  

  •  Benjamin Bailey, WWII

  • Captain G E Bailey,  

  • Captain Greg Bailey,  

  •  William Oliver Douglas Baird,  

  • Pilot Officer Robert Baker Albright,  Royal Canadian Airforcedied July 24, 1942 when his plane crashed and all on board were killed. He is buried at Barmby Church Yard.

  •  Robert Baker Albright,  

  • Flight Sergeant, Bomber Command Donald Leslie Ballingall,  KIA March 1942

  • Captain Michael Barber,  

  •  David W Barr,  Royal Canadian Air Force

  •  Roy Barrington Keedwell, WWII RCAF 258 Squadron

  • Pte Frederick Hosea Barton Wilkinson,  

  •  Hugh Beaty,  

  • Pte Richard Paul Beazley,  R.C.I.C.26th February, 1945

  • PO William  Bennet,  

  • Capt.  George Bennet,  

  • soldier Alexander M. Bergart, WWII

  •  Victor F. Billett,  

  •  Harvey Joseph Binette,  

  •  Harvey Joseph Binette,  

  •  Bob Black,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Ian John Black,  

  •  Wallace Bland, WWII Canadian Infantry

  •  Irene Emma Bland (Pollinger) , WWII WAFF

  •  Percy Blight (Kelliher), WWI

  •  Russell Boswell, WWII

  •  Thomas William Boucher,  

  •  Vince Boudreau,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Private William Henry Bowers,  

  •  Andrew B. Boyer,  Canadian Army

  •  William James Boynton,  

  •  K.R. Bradfield,  

  •  Alex  Bramson,,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Commander Archie Brand,  Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve

  •  Margaret Brand,  WRENS

  • Major Jacqueline Grace Brewe, WWII Military Nursing Sister

  • Sgt.  Thomas Clifford Brisco,  

  •  Larry Brodie,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Sgt Christopher Brooks,  

  •  Ernie Brown,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Carleton John Bryant,  

  •  Norman Brydges,  

  •  Frank Buller,  

  •  Art Burchat,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Able Seaman  Wallis  Burden,  

  •  Gordon Burke,  

  •  CD (RET.) John Burton James, WWII

  •  George Bushell, WWI

  •  Ellwood Harold Butler

C

  • Jack Cain,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Bruce Callon,  KIA

  •  William Cameron,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Capt. Frederick Campbell,  RCL

  •  John (Jack) Campbell Dryburgh, WWII RCAF

  •  William Cansfield,  

  •  Charles Cardinal, WWII

  •  Harold Cardinal, WWII

  •  Issac Henry Cardinal, WWII Canadian Army

  •  Medard Cardinal, WWII

  •  Robert Cardinal, WWII

  •  Alfred Carpenter,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Thomas R Carr,  

  •  Charles H. Casson,  

  • Rifleman Joseph Emery Castonguay,  Royal Winnipeg RiflesKIA Feb. 16, 1945 26yo

  • Private Cecil Everett Cathcart, WWI

  •  Bob Chafee,  

  •  Robert Edward Chafee,  

  • Pilot Officer Clifford James Challenger,  Royal Canadian Air Force 57 SquadronKilled on June 13, 1943

  •   CHARLES, WWII 22ième Régiment Royal du Canada

  • 1st Lt.  AC Chatton,,  US Army 1941-1944

  •  Charles Checker,  

  •  Peter Chicoine,  

  • Corporal  Nathan Cirillo,  

  • Ferry Command David Clark,  Royal Air Force

  •  Doris Clarke,  

  •  Cyril Clemance, WWI

  • N/S Jean Colgate,  

  • Lt R Forbes Colgate,  

  • Sapper Brian Collier,  ultimate sacrifice during the Afghanistan mission on July 20, 2010.

  • Private Carlos Fletcher Colwill, WWI

  • Cpl. Marie-France Comeau,  

  • Pte Mariano Conceicao,  

  •  Sherry Cook,  

  •  Clifford G. Coon,  

  •  John Cornelius Reid,  RCAF

  •  Jack Coros, WWI

  •  Lorenzo Cosentino, WWI

  •  Patricia Couillard, WWII

  •  Russell Edward Coulter,  

  •  Walter Roy Couperthwaite, WWII

  •  Frank Gordon Cox, WWII RCAF

  •  Harold Cox, WWII 48th Highlanders

  •  Charles Edward Cromwell, WWI

  •  Ollie Edward Cromwell, WWII

  • Corporal   Tyler Crooks,  

  •  David & Colleen Crossen-Wright,  

  •  Lester Harvey Cudmore,  

  •  Victor Charles Cully

D

  • Sgt.  Thomas D'Arcy McGee,  

  •  Ben Daniels, WWII

  •  Eve Daniels, WWII

  •  Ron Danks,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Lesia Danylchuk Clarke,  

  • Corporal   Daryll Davies,  

  •  Ian Davies,  

  • Sergeant - Wireless Operator/Air Gunner and a Member 408 Squadron Gilbert Davies Boyer,  RCAFKIA, April 4th, 1943

  •  Adam  Day,  

  •  John William Dempster,  

  • Private Jean-Maurice Dicaire,  Regiment de MaisonneuveKIA on Sunday October 29, 1944 in Kloetinge/Goes, Holland. He was 23 years old

  • Pte Jean-Maurice Dicaire,  

  • Corporal   Matthew David James Dinning,  

  •  Roger Joseph Dionne,  

  • Private Norman Dobbs,  

  • F/O Lawrence Aloysius Doherty,  Black Knight-Squadron 414

  •  Allan Doiron,  killed in Action Sept 5,1944

  •  Boyce Donaldson,  

  •  George Donnelly,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Gordon S. Douglas,  

  • Private Patrick Downey,  

  •  Bill Drew,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Pte Clarence Joseph Drummond,  

  •  Father of Ronald and James (Chip)  Drummond,  

  • Major  DND Ken Dubie,  

  • Pte Alvin J. Dubois,  

  • PTE Edmund R. Dubois,  

  •  Frederick Francis Duff,  killed June 1942 in the 1000 Bomber Raid over Bremen, Germany

  • Major Robert Louis Dugit,  

  •  Peter Duma,  

  • Sergeant  MM Walter Dumaresq,  21st Bn., Canadian Infantry

  •  Kenneth Lloyd Duncan, WWII navy

  •  Sandra Dunlop

E

  • Shawn Eades,  

  • Sgt.  Shawn Allen Eades,  KIA, Aug. 20, 2008 - Zharey District, Afghanistan

  •  Chuck Edmonds,,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Ernie Ellis,  Royal Canadian Airforce

  •  James Ellis, WWII

  •  David Emery,  Postal

  •  William "Poppy" Emslie, WWII Navy

  • MWO James Bernard "Bill" Eno,  RCASC

  •  Frank Hewitt Ewing Jr.

F

  • George J Farrell, WWII

  • Flight Sergeant F.G. Fisher,  RCAF Squadron 429Died on Feb. 27 1945 when their Halifax Bomber crashed on takeoff, killing him and five other members.

  •  Milton Fitzpatrick,  

  •  Robert (Bus) Fleming,  

  • Lance Corporal Robert James Fleming, WWII Canadian Army

  • Lt. Col.  V.C. C.D John W. Foote,  

  • Major  CD Robert Forbes,  

  •  Clare Ford,  

  • Pte Donald Maurice Foster,  Lanark and Renfrew Scottish Regiment

  •  Howard Addington Foster,  5th CMR

  •  Howard Addington Foster,  

  • Sergeant  CEF Sheldon Addison Foster,  

  • Sgt.  Sheldon Addison Foster, WWI

  •  Alan  Foy,, WWII   

  •  Martin Franchetto,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  William Fridgen,  

  •  William Fridgen,  

  • Private Henry J. Frost, WWI North Nova Scotia HighlandersDeceased - Normandy, July 1944

  •  Donald J. Fuhrman,  

  •  H. Ray Fuhrman,  

  •  Cecil Fulcher, WWI

  •  Lewis Fulcher,  

  •  Frank Furze, WWI Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment, 24th Battalion)

G

  • Ordinary Seaman Leon Gauthier,  

  •  Patrick Joseph Geary,  

  •  Jonathan Gee,  

  • LCol CD R.E. Gilbank,  

  •  Frances Gilchrist,  

  • Sgt.  Craig Paul Gillam,,  died serving his country October 3, 2006

  • Private SA2669 Robert Frederick Thomas Girard,  RCRKIA Korean war

  •  Bertram Graham,  

  •  Elmer Graham,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Frank Edward Graham, WWII

  •  Mark Graham,  

  •  Jonathan A Granda,  

  •  Percival Frank Green, WWI

  •  William Greenaway,  KIA Aug 19,1942 Dieppe France

  •  Mel Greenwood,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Corporal   Walter Charles Greer, WWII Canadian Army with The Ontario Regiment

  • Cpl. 2nd Batt Andrew P Grenon,  Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

  • Sgt.   Donald 'Graham' Gull,  

  •  Gerald Gurvey,  RCAF

H

  •  Jack Hadley,  Queen's Own Rifles of Canada

  •  Dennis Hall,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  • Lance Corporal  John Charles  Hall , First Hussars

  • CPL. Lloyd Hamilton,  

  •  Art Hammond,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  Serena Frances Hanley-Renner,  Royal Canadian Navy

  •  John Harder, WWII

  •  Jack and Pauline Harder (nee Spencer), WWII

  • Colonel George Ross Harper,  

  •  Cecil Harris,  War Veterans

  •  Allan Hatch, WWII

  • Corporal   James Hayward Arnal,  KIA, July 18, 2008; Panjwaii District, Afghanistan

  • LCol. MD, OStJ, CD G. Allen Heimann,  RCAMC, Ret’d

  • Sgt.  Morland Leonard Hembruff,  RCAF

  •  Thomas H. Hemming,  

  •  Ernest Henley, WWII

  •  Norman Henry, WWI killed during WW1 while fighting for our freedom.

  •  George Heron,  39th Batt. 3rd C.E.F.

  •  Ernest Himes, Korean War

  •  K M Hossack, WWII

  •  B.A. Howse, WWII

  •  Gord Hughes,,  Burl-Oak Naval Veteran

  •  E.A. Pete Hunt,  

  • Sergeant Roy Hutchinson Moon, WWII

Rebecca Harrison