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Year End Review  - 1918

 

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NEWFOUNDLAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR

 

Adams, Otto H., LeMarchant Road, killed in action in France, Oct 9, 1917.

Alexander, Joseph, St. Georgeís, died of Influenza at General Hospital, Oct. 20, 1918.

Aspell, John J., Corporal, killed in action in France, March 28, 1918.

Atwill, Duncan, Mundy Pond Road, killed in action in France, March 11, 1918.

Avery, Hezekiah, Deep Bight, T.B., died of pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, January 15, 1918.


Baldwin, Gilbert, Middle Arm, Bay of Islands, died of wounds in France, April 12, 1918.

Ballam, Arthur George, Lance Corporal, Curling, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Balsam, Ralph N., Sergeant, killed in action in France, January 29, 1918.

Bambury, Samuel, Poolís Cove, Fortune Bay, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Barbour, George, R.N.R., Port Rexton, lost on his trawler, Nov. 10, 1918.

Barbour, Lester D., Newtown, died of wounds in France, March 10, 1918.

Barbour, Wilfred, C., Sergt. Major, Trinity, killed in action in France, Oct 14, 1918.

Barnes, Edward W., Lieut., LeMerchant Road, died of wounds in France, April 15, 1918.

Barnes, Herbert, Clifton, Smith Sound, T.B., RN.R., died at General Hospital St. Johnís, May 25 , 1918.

Barnes, John C., Leslie Street, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15,1918.

Bastow, Albert C., Pennywell Road, died in enemy hands at Conde, Germany, Nov. 16th., 1917.

Belbin, Herbert, Country Road, Bay Roberts, died by accident as prisoner in Germany, since April 14, 1918.

Bennett, Charles, St. Georgeís, killed in action in France, Oct. 3, 1918.

Bennett, Chesley, Lewisporte, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.

Benoit, Benjamin, Conne River, reported missing Nov. 20,1917, reported dead June 17, 1918.

Benoit, Peter, Conne River, killed in action in France, March 29, 1918.

Benson, William T., Bay Bulls Arm, died of wounds in France, Oct 1918.

Benson, Wilson, South Side, killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917.

Binton, Thomas, Bull Cove, Burin, killed in action in France, Oct 11, 1918.

Blagdon, Thomas, Fortune, killed in action in France, Sept. 30, 1918.

Blake, John, Grand Village, Labrador, died of wounds in France, Oct 11, 1918.

Blake, Zachariah, Barríd Island, Fogo, died at Winchester, Nov. 6, 1918.

Bobbitt, Matthew, McCallum, Fortune Bay, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.

Boone, Joseph, Leading Tickle, killed in action in France, April 18, 1918.

Bourden, Harry H., R.N.R., Jenkinís Cove, Twillingate, died at Naval Hospital, Plymouth, Dec.11, 1918.

Boutcher, John W., Mussel Harbor Arm, died at sea, October 1918.

Brinson, Louis, Change Islands, died at General Hospital, St. Johnís, of Meningitis.

Brinston, George, North Harbor, P.B., killed in action in France, October 9, 1917.

Brown, George, Tackís Beach, died at Military Hospital, Kinnell Park, Nov. 2, 1918.

Brown, John A., Ernest, Tackís Beach, died of Influenza at General Hospital, Oct 12, 1918.

Brown, John W., Lance Corporal, Mussel Harbor, P.B., prisoner in Germany since April 14, 1917, killed by bomb dropped from aeroplane, April 1918.

Bryant, Charles, Hickmanís Harbor, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Bugden, Fred, Epworth, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Bulgin, Augustus, Lance Corporal, Farmerís Arm, Twillingate, killed in action in France, April 3, 1918.

Burbridge, William, Epworth, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, Oct 18, 1918.

Burke, Frank M.,Lieutenant, Military Road, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

Bursey, George, Lance Corporal, Victoria Cove, Gander Bay, killed in action in France, Oct. 21, 1918.

Burton, Andrew, Long Island, Notre Dame Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Burton, Charles, Twillingate, died of Broncho-Pneumonia at Military Hospital, Oct. 12.1918.

Burton, John A., Rose Blanche, died of wounds in France, Sept. 20, 1918.

Bussey, Jacob , R.N.R., Port de Grave, died when ship sank at sea, Oct. 3, 1918.

Butler, George A., Wellington, B.B., killed in action in France, Oct 5, 1918.

Butler, John, Bauline, died at Devonport of Pneumonia, Oct. 14 1918.

Butt, Dorman, Exploits, killed in action in France, Dec.3, 1917.


Cains, John, Jervois, Hemitage Bay, died at General Hospital, St. Johnís, of pneumonia.

Campbell, Hugh Dan, R.N.R., died of pneumonia at Haslar Hospital, England, Sept 29, 1918.

Canning, Charles, Caplin Cove, Ferryland, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 13, 1918.

Canning, Parmenas, Moretonís Harbor, died of Pneumonia at General Hospital, St. Johnís, June 23, 1918.

Carew, Victor, Cape Broyle, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1918.

Chafe, George, Convent Square, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 23, 1918.

Chayter, Charles, Greenspond, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918.

Cheater, Reginald, Greenspond, died of Consumption at Altdamme, Germany, April 25, 1918, prisoner of war since Dec. 3, 1917.

Christian, William C., Hayward Avenue, died of wounds in France, Oct. 26, 1918.

Christopher, Leo Joseph, Corporal, St. Josephís, killed in action in France, Oct 9, 1917.

Clarke, George B., Springdale, killed in action in France, Oct 9, 1917.

Clarke, George M., Grand Bank, killed in action in France, April 18, 1918.

Clarke, James C., R.N.R., Chance Cove, T.B., died from Pneumonia on the transport Liberty, Nov. 13, 1918.

Cluett, Henry, Garnish, died of wounds in France, April 10, 1918.

Cole, Samuel B., 2nd Lieutenant, Codnerís Lane, killed in action in France, Oct.9, 1918.

Coles, Adam, R.N.R., Brooklyn, B.B., died at Halifax from Bronchitic Pneumonia.

Connors, Maurice, Conception Harbor, died at Bailleul, prisoner of war, April 13, 1918.

Cook, William, Forest Road, died of wounds in France, April 19, 1918.

Cooper, Peter, Waldegrave Street, killed in action in France, Oct 9, 1917.

Corbert, Ronald, Red Head Cove, Bay de Verde, died at General Hospital, St. Johnís.

Costello, William, Cape Broyle, died at Cape Broyle of wounds in France, Oct 26, 1918.

Crane, John C., Tilton, killed in action in France, Sept 29, 1918.

Crotty, Leo, Corporal, Walshís Square, killed in action France, Oct. 25, 1918.


Daley, James J., Corporal, Gower Street, killed in action in France, 25, 1918.

Dalton, Frederick, Western Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct. 2, 1918

Dawe, Christopher, Cupids, died of Pneumonia, at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, May 31, 1918.

Dean, Walter A., Freshwater, B.D.V., killed in action in France, Oct, 25 ,1918.

Devoe, William, Cordroy, died of Tuberculosis at Wimereaux Hospital, France, March 17, 1918.

Dewey, Joseph, Greenspond, died of wounds in France, Oct 21, 1918.

Dobbin, Joseph, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct 18, 1918.

Dober Peter, Spanish Room, Burin, died of Influenza, at Port au Basques.

Dober, Michael, Marystown, Burin, died of pneumonia, at Military Hospital,

Dominey, Harry, Channel, killed in action in France, March 14, 1918.

Donahue, William J., Point Verde, died of Tuberculosis Meningitis.

Douglas, Aaron, Brunette Island, killed in action in France, Sept 29, 1918.

Drake, James P., Marystown, died of wounds in France, Oct 23, 1918.

Duley, Lionel T., 2nd Lieutenant, Rennieís Mill Road, killed in action in France.

Dwyer, Martin, Bell Island, taken prisoner to Mulheim, April 14, 1917, died in Hospital at Aachen, Dec. 30,.1917.


Earle, George, Moretonís Harbor, died of wounds in France, March 13, 1918.

Edens, Leonard, Lieut., R.F.C., Queenís Road, died in enemyís hands, 1918.

Edwards, Alphonsus J., Duckworth Street, died of wounds in France, May 5, 1918.

Edwards, Hubert, Millertown, Bay DíEspoir, died of wounds in France Oct 23, 1918.

Ellis, Ambrose, Port Saunders, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

England, Hugh S., St. Georgeís, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.

Etheridge, Richard, Joe Battís Arm, missing since March 28, 1918, presumed dead, Oct 24, 1918.


Farrell, Patrick, Thorburn Road, died of Influenza at St. Johnís General Hospital, Oct.24, 1918.

Fiefield, Frederick, Bonavista, killed in action in France, March 27, 1918.

Flannigan, David, Roundabout, near Lawn, died in Germany, May 4, 1918, prisoner since April 13.

Folks, Albert, Little Bay, died of wounds in France, March 27, 1918.

Fortune, Stephen, Jefferyís, St. Georgeís, died of wounds in France, Nov 22, 1917.

Frampton, John, Burin Bay, died of Fever in France, Nov. 23, 1918.

Froud, Eldwin, Old Perlican, died of wounds in France, Oct 15 1918.

Fry, John, Flower Hill, reported missing Nov 20, 1917, reported dead June 7, 1917.

Fudge, George T., Muddy Hole, Heremitage Bay, died at Jensen Camp, June 22, 1918.

Fudge, Charles, Burnt Island, Burgeo, died of pneumonia at the Military Hospital, St. Johnís, June 17, 1918.

Furlong, David J., Placentia, died of wounds in France, Jan 11, 1918.


Gallop, Morgan, Hagerty Street, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Gilbert, William, Famish Cove, R.N.R., drowned, Oct 11, 1918.

Gill, Ernest, Cochrane Street, Harbor Grace, died of influenza at Tidworth Hospital.

Gillispi, Samuel J., Fortune Harbor, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Ginn, William, Comfort Cove, N.D.B., died at Devonport of Pneumonia, Oct 12, 1918.

Glover, James, Deer Island, B.B., died of wounds, Nov 22, 1917.

Goudie, George, Corporal, Grand Falls, prisoner April 14, 1917, transferred to Switzerland Dec. 27, 1917, died of La Grippe in Switzerland, Nov. 6, 1918.

Grouchy, Thomas J., Merrymeeting Road, died of wounds in France, April 17, 1918.


Hagen, J.G.W., M.M. and Bar, Corporal, St. Pierre, died of wounds in France, Oct, 21, 1918.

Hailburton, Gordon, Lance Corporal, died of wounds in France, April 19, 1918.

Halfyard, John, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct 21, 1918.

Hall William, Sergeant, Murray Street, St. Johnís, killed in action, Oct 14, 1918.

Hall, Richard Hugh, R.N.R., Felix Cove, Port au Port, lost on the armed trawler Lochiel, July 24, 1918.

Hamlin, Stewart, Cow Head, Twillingate, June 19, 1918.

Hancock, Albert, St. Anthony, killed in action in France, March 10, 1918.

Handcock Lewis, Salvage, died at Stendal, Germany, prisoner since April 13, 1918.

Hann, Bright, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, Sept 30, 1918.

Hann, Robert, Trout River, Bonne Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Harnell, William, Campbellton, N.D.B., killed in action in France, Oct 2, 1918.

Harris, Clarence K., Glovertown, killed in action in France, Sept 30, 1918.

Hatcher, Henry T., Corporal, Rose Blanche, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Healey, William J., Merrymeeting Road, killed in action in France, Oct 3, 1918.

Hickey, Edward, Barron Island, Placentia Bay, killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917.

Hickey, William, St, Johnís, killed in action in France, March 10, 1918.

Hicks, Philip, Merritís Harbor, Twillingate, died of pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, June 19 1918.

Hillier, Llewellyn, Point au Gaul, died in German hands, Jan 25, 1918.

Hiscock, Alfred, Fleming Street, killed in action in France, March 14, 1918.

Hobbs, Eli, Recliffe, B.B., died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, June 22, 1918.

Hoddinott, Samuel, Indian Islands, N.D.B., died at Military Hospital, St. Johnís.

Holloway, Albert, Brooklyn, B.B., died of pneumonia after wounds in France, Oct 17, 1918.

Horwood, Henry, Moretonís Harbor, killed in action in France, Oct. 20, 1918.

Hounsell, Joseph, M.M., Lance Corporal, Wesleyville, killed in action in France, April 3, 1918.

House, George, Weston, Ontario, died of wounds in France, May 22, 1918.

Hoyles, Obediah, Poolís Island, killed in action in France, March 30, 1918.

Hudson, George, Pouch Cove, died of wounds in France, March 12, 1918.

Hudson, Lewis G., Adamís Cove, prisoner of war since April 14, 1917, died of Tuberculosis at Altdamm, Germany, April 3, 1918.

Hunt, James, Fair Islands, Bonavista Bay, R.N.R., died from pneumonia at Haalar Hospital, England, Dec. 3, 1918.

Hutchings, Richard, Whitbourne, killed in action in France, March 30, 1918.

Hutchings, William S., Bonne Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Hynes, Leonard, Codroy, died at sea, Oct, 1918.


Ivany, John L., Charlton Street, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918.

Jacobs, Frederick J., College Square, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Jacobs, Walter, Westport, White Bay, died at Hazeley Down Camp Hospital, Oct 27, 1918.

Janes, Albert E., Company Sergeant Major, D.C.M., M.C., Hantís Harbor, died of wounds in France, April 14, 1918.

Janes, William J, Britannia Cove, died of wounds in France, April 14, 1918.

Jarvis, Richard, Haystack, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.

Joy, Edward, Sergeant, Hagerty Street, died at Devonport of pneumonia, Oct 14, 1918. 


Kane, George, Job Street, killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917.

Kean, Thomas J,. Sergeant, Monkstown Road, killed in action in France, Dec.5, 1918.

Kearsey, Francis, Field Street, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.

Keating, Patrick, Torbay, killed in action in France, Dec. 3. 1917.

Keeping, Mack, Fortune, reported missing Nov. 20, 1917, reported dead, June 7, 1918.

Kelly, Jno, J., Jersey Side, Placentia, died of wounds in France, Oct, 27, 1917.

Kendall, Edward William, Ramea, killed in action in France, Oct. 9 ,1918.

Kershaw, Robert, Second Lieutenant, Lancashier Folds, Middleton, England, died of wounds in France March 10, 1918.

King, Aaron, New Bonaventure, killed in action in France, Dec.3, 1917.

King, Ephraim, Catalina, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

King, Henry A., Lance Corporal, White Point, Trinity Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

King, William P., South Side, killed in action in France, Oct. 20, 1918.


Lacey, Henry, Exploits, died of wounds in France, March 14, 1918.

Lambe, Anthony, Lordís Cove, R.N.R., died of scarlet fever in Fever Hospital, city, June 21, 1918.

Lane, Malcolm, Fair Islands, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Langmead, George, Lieutenant, Water Street, died of wounds in France, Jan 11, 1918.

Le Page, Manuel, Ship Cove, Bay St. Georgeís, killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917

Lee, Albert, Lance Corporal, St. Maryís, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

Leonard, Michael, Livingstone Street, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Lewis, John Thomas, Chapelís Cove, Harbor Main, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Linfield, Ronald, Loon Bay, Notre Dame Bay, killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.

Little, Redvers, Musgravetown B.B., died of Tuberculosis at Winchester, Nov. 15, 1918.

Locke, Adolphus, died at Pilleyís Island, Nov. 3, 1918.

Luff, Harry, Exploits, died of wounds in France, Oct 5, 1918.

Lynch, Thomas, Corporal, killed in action in France, Dec. 3. 1917.


MacKay, Walter H., Channel, killed in action in France, Oct. 2, 1918.

Mahoney, James A., Fogo, R.N.R., died of pneumonia at Queenstown, Ireland, Oct 14, 1918.

Major, John T., Norris Point, Bonne Bay, died of Tuberculosis in London, June 7, 1918.

Mansfield, Michael, Conception, killed in action in France, April 23, 1918.

Marks, Chesley, Burin, died of Blood Poisoning, at Wandswoth, July 31, 1918.

Marsh, Walter, R.N.R., Dunfield, Trinity Bay, lost when the Armed Merchant Ship, Rib Verde, was sunk by enemy, on Feb 21, 1918.

Martin, James J., Sebasita Street, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Martin, Stephen, Harbor Grace, killed in action in France, Dec.3, 1917.

May, John, Headís Cove, N.D.B., died of wounds in France, Oct 18, 1918.

McCarthy, Charles, Harbor Grace, died at sea, October, 1918.

McDonald, Walter G., Brazil Field, St. Johnís, killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917.

McGrath, Joseph, Branch, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

McGrath, William, Delbyís Cove, died of Influenza at Delbyís Cove, June 11, 1918.

McKay, Michael J., Merrymeeting Road, prisoner in Germany since April 14, 1917, died at Atdamm, of Tuberculosis, April 21, 1918.

McKay, Stewart, Seal Cove, White Bay, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, July 8, 1918.

Mercer, Jasper, Port Albert, N.D.B., died of Tuberculosis at General Hospital, St. Johnís, August 17, 1918.

Messervey, William, Sandy Point, killed in action in France, Oct 14, 1918.

Miles, Augustus, Bonavista, died of Pneumonia at Winchester, Oct 1, 1918.

Miles, Thomas, Bay LíArgent, killed in action in France, March 11, 1918.

Miller, George H., Spaniardís Cove, Trinity Bay, R.N.R., ship missing, Jan, 1918.

Mills, Joseph, Burlington, died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.

Monahan, Edward, Sergeant, South Side, killed in action in France, Oct 20, 1918.

Moore, Thomas, Grand River, died of wounds in France, April 16, 1918.

Moores, John, Blackhead, killed in action in France, Oct. 5, 1918.

Morey, Walter W., Torbay, R.N.R., died of Pneumonia, at Fever Hospital, St. Johnís, Oct 15, 1918.

Morris, Harold T., Bay St. George, died at Military Hospital, Winchester, April 19, 1918.

Moss, Daniel J., Gambo, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Moulton, Albet E., Sergeant, Burgeo, died of wounds, Nov. 22, 1917.

Moulton, John, Burin, died at Baileul, prisoner at Wandsworth, July 31, 1918.

Murphy, Mark, South Holyrood, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Murray, Samuel, Sergeant, Adamís Cove, killed in action in France, Sept. 30, 1918.

Muse, William, Champneyís East, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.


Neville, Gregory, Topsail, died at Jensen Camp, St. Johnís, July 3, 1918.

Newell, Leslie, Corporal, The Dock, Conception Bay, killed in action, Oct, 14, 1918.

Newman, James, Petit Forte, P.B., killed in action in France, Jan. 27, 1918.

Newton, James, Sergeant, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct 25, 1918.

Noftall, Edward George, Rocky Lane, died in France of appendicitis, Sept. 29, 1918.


OíBrien, Edward, Lime Street, died of wounds in France, Oct 21, 1918.

OíBrien, Justus, Lance Corporal, Mullock Street, died of wounds in France, Oct. 20, 1918.

OíBrien, Michael J., Witless Bay, Ferryland, killed in action in France, Oct 25, 1918.

OíReilly, William, Placentia, killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917.

OíRourke, John, Sergeant, Holyrood, killed in action in France, Oct 20, 1918.

Osbourne, James, Lewisporte, died of Pneumonia, at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, May 26, 1918.

Osmond, Cecil, Gambo, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.

Osmond, Reuban, Grand Bank, died of wounds in France, Sept. 28, 1918.

Osmond, William, Little Bay, killed in action in France, Oct 3, 1918.

Oxford, Walter, Botwood, died in enemy hands in Germany, Dec. 27, 1917, taken prisoner, April 14, 1917.


Parsons, William, St. Johnís, died at Jensen Camp, September 3, 1918.

Parsons, Harry, H., Bay Roberts, died at Devonport of Pneumonia, Oct 19, 1918.

Payne, Naaman, Parsonís Pond, St. Barbe, died at Bailleul, prisoner of War, April 13, 1918.

Peach, Josiah W., Spencer Cove, P.B., R.N.R., died at the Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, England, from Measles and Bronchial Pneumonia.

Penney, Isaac, Brooklyn, B.B., killed in action in France, Oct. 26, 1918.

Perry, Pearce, Newtown, died of tubercular Laryngitis at the General Hospital, St. Johnís. March 30, 1918.

Phelan, James, Merrymeeting Road, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Picco, Francis, Rushoon, died in hospital of Pneumonia, at Devonport, Oct. 23, 1918.

Picco, Martin, D.C.M., Sergeant, Boswolos, died of wounds in France, April 28, 1918.

Pitt, Percy W., Sergeant,Norbury Surrey, England, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918.

Pittman, Abel, Smith Sound, died of wounds in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Pittman, Arthur H., Pilleyís Island, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1918.

Pollard, William, Harbor Deep, St. Barde, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Power, Patrick, Dunville, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Pynn, Jack, Water Street, died of wounds in France, Oct.31, 1918.


Ralph, Cecil, Flat Island, B.B., died of pneumonia, at Flat Island, June 10, 1918.

Reese, Edgar, Bell island, died of wounds in France, Oct. 1918.

Reese, William E., Bell Island, died of wounds in France, Oct, 27, 1918.

Reid, Ellwood, Lance Corporal, Greenís Harbor, accidently drowned whilst bathing in France, May 23, 1918.

Reid, William Frederick, Theatre Hill, died of wounds in France, Oct. 6, 1918.

Rendell, Herbert, Captain, M.C., Duckworth Street, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.

Rendell, Maurice, Port Rexton, died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.

Ricketts, George, Middle Arm, St.Barbe, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Ricketts, Thomas, Soppís Arm, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

Rideout, Ford, Moretonís Harbor, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Rideout, Pierce, Grand Falls, died April 27, 1918.

Roberts, Cecil, Hermitage Cove, killed in action in France, Oct 14, 1918.

Roberts, John, Burlington, killed in action in France, Sept 30, 1918.

Roberts, Ray, Twillingate, R.N.R., died of Pneumonia at Greenwich Hospital, Dec.8, 1918.

Romaine, Harold, Acting Sergeant, Port au Port, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Rose, George, Great Harbor, Fortune Bay, died of wounds in France, Feb, 1918.

Rowe, Harry, Cabot Street, died of wounds in France, April 17, 1918.

Russell, John, Country Road, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Oct, 14, 1918.


Samson, Neville, Flat Islands, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, Dec.3, 1917.

Saunders, Eli, New Bay, Pt. Leamington, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Saunders, John, Alexander Bay, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Scammell, Walter, Cadet, R.F.C., died of influenza in hospital in Cambridge, Nov. 11, 1918.

Sceviour, Allan, R.N.R., South Side Road, died of Pleuro-Pneumonia at General Hospital, St. Johnís, Oct 12, 1918.

Sceviour, Mater, British Harbor, died of Measles at British Harbor, June 17, 1918.

Seabright, Frederick, Red Rock Cove, died at General Hospital, St. Johnís, Sept 12, 1918.

Sellars, Henry, C.Q.M.S., Harbor Grace, killed in action in France, Oct.14, 1918.

Seymour, George, Botwood, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, Oct 27, 1918.

Sheehan, John J, Sergeant, Howe Place, died at Halifax, Dec. 29, 1917.

Sheppard, Henry, Bishopís Cove, died of Measles at Bishopís Cove, June 8, 1918.

Shortall, Leo M., Gower Street, died in hospital in England, April 29, 1918.

Simmonds, William, Sergeant, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Simms, Frank H., Burin, killed in action in France, Dec. 8, 1917.

Simpson, Ronald G., Cabot Street, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Slattery, Patrick J., Kingís Road, killed in action in France, March 12, 1918.

Smith, Edgar H., R.N.R., Winterton, lost in Merchant ship in which he was serving, Nov. 18, 1918.

Smith, Edward, Battle Harbor, died of influenza at General Hospital, St. Johnís, Oct.14, 1918

Snelgrove, Isaac John, Catalina, died in England, Nov. 18, 1918.

Snow, Joseph, Griquet, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.

Southcott, Thomas, Grand Falls, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Sparkes, Wesley, Alexander Bay, died of wounds, in France, Oct 14, 1918.

Spencer, Maxwell, Twillingate, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Squires, Frederick, Gower Street, killed in Action in France, Oct 15, 1918.

Squires, John, Round Harbor, N.D.B., killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Squires, John, Black Head Road, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Squires, Kader, Salvage, died in hospital at Munster, Feb. 23, 1918. Prisoner since April 14, 1917.

Stacey, Alfred J., Lance Corporal, Sound Island, killed in action in France, Jan. 20, 1918.

Stephenson, William, Cavendish, died of wounds in France, March 27, 1918.

Stockley, Frederick, Wesleyville, killed in action in France, March 11, 1918.

Stockley, Levi, Virgin Arm. Notre Dame Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.

Stratton, William J., Valleyfield, died of wounds in France, March 13, 1918.

Strickland, Ingram, Bonne Bay, died of wounds in France, April 13, 1918.

Strong, Charles, Captain, Southside, died of wounds in France, April 13, 1918.

Strong, Ross, Jacksonís Cove, N.D.B., died of wounds in France, April 16, 1918.

Stuckless, Adolphus, Comfort Cove, Notre Dame Bay, killed in action in France, April 13, 1918.


Taylor, Albert, M.C., 2nd Lieutenant, Charlestown, B. B. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 17, 1918.

Teixisa, Joseph, Pushthrough, killed in action in France, March 13, 1918.

Thomas, Henry Gordon, M.M., Lance Corporal, died of wounds in France, Oct 16, 1918.

Thompson, Max, Bonavista, died of Pneumonia in Hospital at Hazeley Down Camp, England, May 7, 1918.

Tippett, Edward J., Little Catalina, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

Tizzard Gordon, Battery, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

Toumishy, George, St. Anthony, killed in action in France, Oct.3 1918.

Turner, Herbert, Corporal, Bishop Falls, died at Dulmen, Germany, Jan. 1917, prisoner since Dec. 3, 1917.

Twyne, James, Hauling Point, St Barbe, killed in action in France, March 20, 1918.


Vaughan, Frank J., Sergeant, died at General Hospital, St. Johnís, Heart Failure, May 23, 1918.

Voisey, Leo Michael, Hagerty Street, killed in action in France, Oct 9, 1917.


Wagg, Alfred F., Spaniardís Bay, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

Webber, Hubert, Harbor Grace, killed in action in France, April 4, 1918.

Wellís, Robert, Young Street, killed in action in France, Sept. 29, 1918.

Wells, Harry A., Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Oct, 25, 1918.

Wells, Daniel, R.N.R., Seal Cove, White Bay, lost when Merchant ship sunk, March 17, 1918.

White, Gordon, Little Bay Islands, died of wounds in France, Oct 1918.

White, Hollie, Lance Corporal, Cottrell's Cove, New Bay, killed in action in France, April 12, 1918.

White, Regional B., Sergeant, The Rectory, St. Johnís, died of Tubercular Meningitis at Etspies Jan 9, 1918.

White, Michael, Little (?)Bona, P.B., killed in action in France, Oct 3, 1918.

Whitehorn, Arch, New Bay, died of Pneumonia, at New Bay, July 17, 1918.

Wicks, Frederick, Greenspond, died of Pneumonia at Military Hospital, at St. Johnís, June 19, 1918.

Williams, James, Oderin, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1918.

Winsor, Augustus, Wesleyville, died of Pneumonia, at Military Hospital, St. Johnís, June 22, 1918.

Wiseman, Herbert, Shoal Harbor, T.B., killed in action in France, Sept 29, 1918.

Wiseman, Marcus F., Heartís Delight, killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.

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