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NEWFOUNDLAND'S SAILORS AND SOLDIERS 1914 - 1917

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PUB. DATE EVENT DETAILS
August 2, 1914   Royal Naval Reserves called out.
August 12, 1914   Volunteer movement initiated in the C.L.B. Armoury. H. E. Sir Walter DAIVIDSON presiding.
August 22, 1914   Enrolment of 1st Newfoundland Regiment commences.
August 31, 1914   Women's Patriotic Association initiated by Lady DAVIDSON.

September 7, 1914   Special War Session opened.
September 21, 1914   First Officers 1st Newfoundland Regiment gazetted.

October 1, 1914   Colours presented to Regiment by Lieut. Col. Sir W. E. DAVIDSON.
October 4, 1914   Companies A and B, numbering 525, sail on H. M. Transport Florizel, joining the Canadian transports and convoys. Capt. Conn. ALEXANDER in command.

November 6, 1914   S.S. Franconia leaves with 305 Naval Reservists.
November 9, 1914   Newfoundlanders take part in the Lord Mayor's show at London.
November 18, 1914   S.S. Carthaginian takes 149 Naval Reservists for England.
November 25, 1914   Major R. de H. BURTON gazetted Lieut. Colonel, Newfoundland Regiment.
November 30, 1914   Recruiting for Company C commences.

December 17, 1914   German prisoners transferred to Harbour Grace. Mongolian sails with 153 Naval Reservists under Lieut. Stanley DUDER, R. N.

January 1, 1915   Joint Parade of Reservists and Volunteers.
January 20, 1915   Companies A and B addressed by Sir Robert FINLAY, at Nairn.
January 28, 1915   President W. D. REID presents 1st Newfoundland Regiment with two automatic quick-firing guns.

February 1, 1915   S.S. Lintrose, Capt. STEVENSON, sails for Russia. Newfoundland's first casualty list published.
February 5, 1915   Company C leaves by the S.S. Neptune, transferring to H. M. Troopship Dominion.
February 6, 1915   Company C, numbering 245, embark on S.S. Dominion, Capt. MONTGOMERIE in command.
February 13, 1915   Funeral of Reservist Edward YOUNG who died in the General Hospital. 200 Reservists leave by Mongolian.
February 16, 1915   Company C arrive on H. M. Troopship Dominion at Liverpool.
February 24, 1915   Finding of dynamite sticks in Newfoundland Highlanders Armoury, causes some exitement.
February 25, 1915   H. M. Troopship Mongolian leaking in mid-ocean, returns to Halifax with Reservists.

March 12, 1915   Survivors of the Bayano reach Ayr, on the Balmerino from Belfast.
March 17, 1915   Capt. HATHERLY of H. M. Troopship Mongolian accidentally killed in Halifax.
March 18, 1915   Lieut. Commander HOWLEY, R. N., escapes. Covered with wounds, when H. M. S. Irresistable was sunk in the Dardenelles.
March 20, 1915   S.S. Lintrose arrives safely at Archangel. Company D, numbering 248, embark on S.S. Stephanie for England. Lieut. Col. R. G. RENDELL, C. L. B., in command. At Halifax, command taken over by Capt. A. O'BRIEN. 71 Reservists accompany. Re-embark on Orduna at Halifax.
March 31, 1915   Capt. FRANKLIN promoted Major, and transferred to the 1st Battalion Sixth Warwickshires.

April 6, 1915   Nurse Maysie PARSONS of Harbour Grace, leaves for duty at the Front. Newfoundland's first War Nurse.
April 14, 1915   Lady DAVIDSON issues circular letter to the school children on behalf of the Newfoundland Beds for Wounded Soldiers and Sailors.
April 22, 1915   Company E, numbering 241, embark per S.S. Stepheno, Capt. Eric S. AYRE in command.
April 25, 1915   The Evening News of Edinburgh says: - "The Newfoundlanders will leave behind them the name of a model regiment, which knew how to honour itself and the place whence it came."
April 27, 1915   Private Aeneas REES, of Bell Island, 14th Battalion, Canadian Expenditionary Force, a prisoner of Germany. Wounded at Ypres.

May 2, 1915   Company D arrives at Liverpool on H. M. Troopship Missanable.
May 7, 1915   "Daily News" announces offer of the Canadian Pacific Railway Steamship Offices that continuous service, with bonus, will be offered to members of the Newfoundland R. N. R. after the war.
May 15, 1915   The Battalion arrives at Stob's Camp.
May 24, 1915   "Regimental sports at Stob's. Surgeon-Captain Cluny MacPHERSON appointed to Special Committee on Poisonous Gases. Newfoundland Medical Corps granted formal permission to adopt the Badge of the R. A. M. C."

June 9, 1915   The Colours of the Regiment, the gift of the Newfoundland Branch of the Daughters of the Empire, presented at Stob's Camp by Lady MacGREGOR.
June 20, 1915   Company F, numbering 246, and 85 Reservists sail on H. M. S. Calgerian. 8 Reservists sail on the Glen Almond.
June 25, 1915   Newfoundland War Association in England initiated. Capts. McKAY, McNEIL and special squad leave on local military service.

July 12, 1915   Aeroplane Fund launched.
July 29, 1915   Aeroplane Fund reaches $22,500 in 15 days.

August 5, 1915   Premier cables Colony's congratulations to Botha.
August 6, 1915   Reservist Leander GREEN, of St. Jones Without, Trinity Bay, awarded the D. S. M.
August 8, 1915   Drs. PARSONS, ROBERTS, and SCOTT appointed temporary Lieutenants in R. A. M. C.
August 9, 1915   Dr. MacPHERSON gazetted Surgeon Major, and attached on special duty to the Ordnance Department, War Office.
August 13, 1915   German submarine on Newfoundland coast reported. Rumour foundationless.
August 12, 1915   (Note: This next date seems out of order. Transcribed as published) Aug. 12 KITCHENER inspects Regiment and designates Dardanelles as objective.
August 17, 1915   King arrives at Aldershot. Inspects Regiment, Guard of honour, Capt. BERNARD, Lieuts. H. RENDELL and KNIGHT.
August 19, 1915   King bids gracious farewell message to Regiment at Aldershot.
August 20, 1915   "Regiment leaves for Egypt. S.S. Bruce, Capt. STEVENSON, arrived at Alexandrovsk, 200 miles from Archangel. "
August 22, 1915   Moravian S.S. Harmony arrives from Labrador with Bishop MARTIN and German missionaries aboard. All subsequently released on parole.

September 2, 1915   The Regiment arrives at Cairo.
September 4, 1915   One hundred Reservists from Niobe return on furlough.
September 11, 1915   Newfoundland Regiment leaves Alexandria for Mudros.
September 23, 1915   140 Reservists leave on the Sicilian.
September 26, 1915   Regiment lands at Sulvia Bay, and receives its baptism of fire in the trenches. Harold MITCHELL promoted Sergeant, the first promotion on the firing line.

October 2, 1915   First list of casualties on the Field reports 2 officers and 4 privates wounded.
October 6, 1915   Field Glasses collection started by Mr. E. A. BOWRING. Over 100 collected. Ayr Branch of the B. W. T. A. opens Social Club for Newfoundlanders at Wallace St., Ayr.
October 21, 1915   Trafalgar Day Fund started.
October 27, 1915   Company G, numbering 266, leave by express for embarkment, at Quebec. Capt. A. MONTGOMERIE in command. Several Reservists and all German prisoners also leave.
October 28, 1915   Christmas May-O-Lind Fund started, and finished in eight days.
October 30, 1915   Christmas Presents appeal started. Newfoundland patrol under Lieut. DONNELLY win distinction by the capture of Caribou Hill, Gallipoli.

November 4, 1915   Misses Frances MOREY, Madeline DONNELLY, Isabel LeMESSURIER, Cecile WINDELER and Annie WORSLEY, leave on Nursing Duty for the Front.
November 6, 1915   Miss Jean EMERSON leaves on Nursing Duty.
November 8, 1915   Company G, under Captain MONTGOMERIE, arrives at Liverpool.
November 9, 1915   Eleven Methodist Probationers at Wesley College, Montreal, enlist in O. T. C.
November 10, 1915   Fish exports to Greece prohibited.
November 17, 1915   A ton and a half (2,900) MAY-O-LINDS shipped to our Boys in Blue and Khaki; the whole cost of which was defrayed in eight days in response to a "Daily News" appeal.
November 22, 1915   Miss May FURLONG's Patriotic Sale; $1,152.30 raised.
November 30, 1915   Card and Games appeal launched.

December 16, 1915   G. W. B. AYRE, Esq., offers $500 to the soldier, and $500 to the sailor who wins the highest honour in the War.
December 18, 1915   First draft of Company H leave by express.
December 25, 1915   Official announcement that the Military Cross has been awarded to Lieut. DONNELLY, and the D. C. M. to Sergeant W. M. GREENE and Private Richard HYNES.

Year of Events: 1915 CASUALTY LIST - 1st NEWFOUNDLAND REGIMENT
1915 CASUALTY LIST 1189 Private Frederick Charles ROPER, Bonavista; killed in action, Nov. 27. 309 Private George Samuel KNIGHT, 27 William Street; killed in action Dec. 2. 1328 Private James Michael BROWN, Curling, Bay of Islands; killed in action, Dec. 3. 1019 Private Frederick BISHOP, 12 Sebastian Street; reported wounded, Nov. 27. 786 Private Peter J. COOPER, 27 Waldegrave Street; reported wounded, Nov. 28. 537 Private Jonathan BRETT, Fogo; seriously ill, St. Patrick's Hospital, Malta, Dec. 24, amputated toes. 555 Private Patrick HOLDEN. South Side (Riverhead), Valetta Hospital, Malta, Dec. 23; gunshot wound in head. 884 Private Samuel Patrick RYAN, 105 Hamilton Street; seriously ill, septic sores, Dec. 3.
  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 432 Private Michael T. WHELAN, 5 Alexander St., Conjunctivitis; West Mudros, Oct. 20. Dangerously ill enteric; Dec. 28; 27th General Hospital, Mudros.
  REPORTS RECEIVED BY MAIL (Part 1) "159 Sergeant Fred. MERCER, 48 Spencer Street. Tigne Hospital, Malta, Oct. 20; sick. Discharged from Hospital fit for active service, Nov. 15. 932 Sergeant Samuel R. SMITH, Harbour Breton, Malta, Sept. 25th; wounded. Discharged from Hospital fit for active service, Nov. 15. 686 L. C. Wm. J. SNOW, 50 Colonial Street. Bullet wound through neck; Nov. 4. Admitted 26th Casualty Clearing Station, Suvla Nov. 5, and transferred to Hospital ship Morea. 633 Private Wm. TAYLOR, 41 LeMarchant Road. Gunshot wound left shoulder, Nov. 5. Admitted 26th Casualty Clearing Station, Sulva, Nov. 7, and transferred to Hospital ship Morea. 871 Private Michael Joseph EVANS, 37 Cookstown Road. Gunshot wound in arm, Malta. Compound fracture humerus left arm."
  REPORTS RECEIVED BY MAIL (Part 2) "750 Private Wm. SNOW. Princeton, B. B. 1. Dysentry, severe; Alexandria, Oct. 26; 2. Convalescent. Discharged to Luxor Depot ex 21st General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 20. 1010 Private Geo. T. LARNER, Burgeo, Rheumatism, Hospital, Cairo. Discharged to Canvalescent Depot, Mustapha, Alexandria, Nov. 20. 988 Private Arthur SULLIVAN, Pouch Cove. Gunshot wound in neck, slight. Rest Camp, Cairo. Discharged to Convalescent Depot, Mustapha, Alexandria, Nov. 20. 269 Private James CARTER, Stephenville Crossing. Not previously reported. Admitted 19th General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 21; jaundice."
  REPORTS RECEIVED BY MAIL (Part 3) "789 Corp. Jos. R. WATERFIELD, 54 Pennywell Road. Sick, slight; East Mudros, Oct. 21. Discharged to Convalescent camp ex Military Hospital Tigne, Malta, Nov. 23. 740 Private Andrew P. CARAVAN, Long Island, N.D.B.; Malaria, Malta, Oct. 30. Transferred to Spinola Convalescent camp ex Military Hospital, Tigne, Malta, Nov. 23. 1118 Private Harry ROWE, 72 Cabot Street; Pyrexia, slight. Discharged to Mustapha Pacha camp, ex. Bombay Presidency Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 18. 925 Private Wm. P. PROWSE, 53 Dannerman Street; bullet wound in left heel. Transferred from the 54th Casualty Clearing Station, Sulva, Nov. 7."
  REPORTS RECEIVED BY MAIL (Part 4) "645 L.-C. Hamor GARDNER, British Hr., T. B.; jaundice, severe, Alexandria. Transferred to Convalescent Camp Glymenopoulo, ex-Greek Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 16. 1313 Private Ernest L. BRAITHWAITE, 92 Antrim Street, Cambridge, Mass; wounded (Hospital Wadsworth); Gunshot wound right hand. 443 Private John Jos. ELLIS, 359 South Side W.; not previously reported. Jaundice. 803 Private Walter A. KANE, 64 Vant Road, Tooting London; not previously reported. Dysentry. Admitted 15th General Hospital, Alexandria, ex-Hospital Ship Dover Castle, Nov. 20. 731 Rivate Reginald J. PAUL, Burin North; shrapnel wounds right shoulder and arm, Malta. Transferred to All Saints' Convalescent Camp ex-Military Hospital, Floriana, Malta, Nov. 20."
  REPORTS RECEIVED BY MAIL (Part 5) Private Frederick Charles ROPER was one of the youngest of the Empire's defenders. He was a signaler, and belonged to Company E. Son of John ROPER, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate, Bonavista, and nephew of Mr. Joseph ROPER of this city. He belonged to the Methodist Guards Brigade. Private George Samuel KNIGHT left with the first contingent. He was a son of Mr. Charles KNIGHT, of the General Post Office and a member of the Methodist Guards Brigade. A brother Frank is with G Company. Private James Michael BROWN belonged to E Company. He was a son of Mr. William J. BROWN of Curling, Bay of Islands.


NEWFOUNDLAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR 1916
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 1) "Greater Love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends." John XV .13. "Oh lads dear lads, who were loyal and true; The worst of the fight was borne by you; So the word shall go to the cottage and hall; Our battles are won by men that fall. When peace dawns over the countryside, Our thanks shall be to the lads that died, Oh quite hearts, can you hear us tell How peace was won by the men that fell." Laurence Houseman.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 2) "AYRE, Eric S, Captain, St. John's killed in action in France July 1, 1916. AYRE, Gerald W. 2nd Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action, France, July 1, 1916. AYRE, Wilfrid D., Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. AYRE, Bernard Pitts, Captain (Norfolk Regiment) St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ALEXANDER, Walter Ernest, Lance Corporal, Boswarlos, died of wounds in France, July 5, 1916. ABBOTT, Stanley, St. John's killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ANTLE, Gilbert, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916."
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 3) "BLYDE, Michael John, St. John's, died of wounds in Gallipoli, October, 1915. BEWHEY, Edward, St. John's, died in action in Gallipoli, October 1915. BROWN, James Michael, Curling, Killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 3, 1915. BUTLER, David, Shearstown, R. N. R. of pneumonia at Portsmouth Dec. 16, 1914. BENOIT, Peter, St. George's R.N.R., died in hospital Chatham Jan. 20, 1915. BARNES, Enos, Change Island, R.N.R. lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915. BRACE, Albert Chance Cove, Trinity Bay R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor Jan 1915. BAYEN, Edward, St. John's, R.N.R. lost at sea H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915. BUTLER, Peter, Harbour Grace, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Clan NcMaughton, Feby. 1915. BROWN, Edmund, Fogo, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayane, March 12, 1915. BENOIT, Joseph, Cape St. George, R.N.R., accidentally killed at sea off Ramsgate, through rifle explosion, May 6, 1915. BENOIT, Victor, J., Cape St. George, R.N.R. mined in armed drifter Frons Oct. 1915. BUTT, Federick James, Freshwater, Bay de Verde, R.N.R. drowned when the trawler Cihello was blown up in British water, Oct. 21, 1915. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 4) "BENNETT, Leo Joseph, South Side, R.N.R. lost when mine sweeping on the Lady Ismay Dec. 21, 1915. BROWN, Bertram, Sergeant, Lawrence , ??, N.D.B. [Likely Lawrenceton, G. White] killed in action July 1, 1916. BURKE, Leo, m., St. John's, killed in action, France, July 1, 1915. **BURNES Maxwell, Topsail, killed in action, France, July 1, 1916[**NOTE:This man's surname is/was definitely BARNES.  He was the brother of my grandfather and is buried in St. John The Evangelist Cemetery, Topsail - Pam Barnes]. BURRY, Sidney G., Sergeant, Greenspond, killed in action in France July 1, 1916. BRENT, David, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BRODERICK, Michael, St. Brendan's, died of wounds in France, July 1, 1916. BROWN, Patrick J., St. John's, died of Tuberculosis, in England, July 16, 1916. BRACE, William James, Chance Cove, R.N.R. lost in a drifter in collision, Aug. 5, 1916. BROWN, Harry, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916. BARROW, Daniel, Greenspond, killed in action Sept. 15, 1916. BASTOW, Gordon, Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 5) BASTOW, Frederick Donald, St John's, died of wounds in France, Oct. 12, 1916. BUTLER, Harvey R. Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12 1916. BUTLER, William, Cupids, R.N.R., died in hospital at Ismalia, Oct. 13, 1916. BURSEY, Benjamin, Gander Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15, 1916. BRADLEY, Wilfrid, St. John's, died of wounds at Rouen, Oct. 17, 1916. BUTLER, Robert, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916. BROWN, Louis, Salvage, killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916. BOWER, Lieutenant, England, R.A.M.C., attached to Newfoundland Regiment killed in action, Oct. 20, 1916. BARRETT, Leonard Josiah, St. John's, Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BOONE, Stephen M., South River, near Clarke's Beach, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BROWN, Edward John, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BURKE, Garrett, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BUTLER, Edward William, Fogo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BOLAND, Patrick, St. John's, drowned at Ayr, December ----, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 6) "CHAPLIN, Jack, St. John's, died in hospital at Fort George, Jan. 1, 1915. The first fatality in the Regiment. COLOMBUS, Edward, St. George's, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Sept. 1915. CAREW, David Michael, St. John's, died of wounds, Gallipoli Oct. 7, 1915. COLLINS, William Joseph, St. John's, died of Dysentry at Alexandria, Oct. 28, 1915. CLARKE, George Rankin, Brigus, died in Gallipoli of dysentery, Nov. 24, 1915. CHAFE, William H., The Goulds, St. John's West R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915. COADY, Timothy F., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915. CROCKER, Stanely, Heart's Delight, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan Ncnaughton, Feb. 1915. COPLEY, Thomas, Salmon Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. CURRAN, James Patrick, Ferryland, R.N.R., drowned in a boat accident, H.M.S. Races, April 4, 1916. CURNEW, George Robert, Curling killed in action in France, April 24, 1916. CHAPLIN, Harold, Lieutenant-Surgeon, St. John's, lost in the S.S. Hamshire, with Lord KITCHENER. COLE, Edward Louis, St. John's, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916. CAHILL, Martin J., St. John's, killed in action France, July 1, 1916. COOMBS, Henry, Spaniard's Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 7) CRANE, Henry C., Upper Island Cove, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916. CARTER, Llewellyn J., Channel, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916. COATES, George, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915. CROSBIE, George Graham, Bay Roberts, died of wounds at Ronen, July 2, 1916. CAHILL, John J., St. John's, died a prisoner of war at Miden, Germany, July 5, 1916. COURAGE, Harrison, Catalina, died of wounds at Havre, July 1, 1916. COLES, Albert Victor, Savage Cove, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, Sept. 18, 1916. CAPLIN, John, Bay Roberts, died of wounds in France, Oct. 12, 1916. CLEARY, Patrick M., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. CLEARY, Bernard, Harbour Main, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CLEARY, Charles Allen, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CLEARY, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. COSTELLO, William P., Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CORCORAN, Lawrence, J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CRITCH, Kenneth, La Scie, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 8) DYKE, Gilbert, Salvage Bay, R.N.R, loss in H.M.S. Viknon, January 1915. DYER, William G., Logy Bay R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915. DECKER, Stephen, Flat Head, B.B., R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915. DUNPHY, John, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 12, 1915. DAWE, William, Port de Grave, R.N.R., lost in the battle between the Alcantara and Grief, Feb. 29, 1916. DAWE, Henry C., Topsail, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DICKS, George, Sergeant, Lards, Scotland, Died of wounds at Wandsworth, July 12, 1916. DONNELLY, James J., Captain, M.C., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12 1916. DRUKEN, Thomas, Topsail, died of shell wounds at Etaples, Nov.1, 1916. DELANEY, Thomas J., Placentia, killed in action in France, Nov. 20 1916. DULLANTY, George, St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916. DUNPHY, John J., Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov.29, 1916. DOHANEY, William Patrick, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1 1916 DOYLE, John T., Corporal, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DRISCOLL, Arthur, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 9) "EBSARY, Frederick E., Southside, died at Cairo, of Meningitis, Sept. 23, 1915. ELLSWORTH, James, Carmanville, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 4, 1915. EBSARY, Hubert Edgar, Lance Corporal, Southside, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Dec. 1, 1915. EARLE, Harvey, Burgeo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ELLIOTT, John Edward, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. EVANS, Joseph W., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1 1916. EDGECOMBE, Silas, Ochre Pit Cove, died of wounds at Wandworth, July 11, 1916. EDWARDS, John C., St. John's, died of wounds at Netley, July 21, 1961. EVANS, Leonard, St. john's killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916. EBSARY, Samuel Joseph, Second Lieutenant, Southside, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916. EZEKIEL, Joseph, Harbour Main, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. EBBE, John H., St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916. EVANS, Nicholas J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 10) FRACBAIRN, Buchanan, Ferryland, died of dysentery at Malta, Oct. 23, 1916. FOWLOW, Richard, Trinity East, Died in hospital at Malta, Nov. 23, 1916. FITZGERALD, John M., St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec 1, 1916. FUREY, Ignatius, Harbour Main, died of Tetanus in Gallipoli, Dec. 7, 1916. FARWELL, Joseph, Seal Cove, Fogo, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. FITZPATRICK, Alphonsus, Conche, did in hospital at Ayr, January 29, 1916. FORD, James, Labrador, died of measles in Scotland, Feb. 26, 1916. FERGUSON, John Roy, Second Lieutenant, St. John's killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FALLER, Stephen, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FEWER, Lawrence J., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FRYE, William, Charlestown, B.B., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FARRELL, Martin P., Marystown, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FAWLOW, William, Brigus, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FIELD, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FILLIER, Frank, Petty Harbour, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FRAMPTON, John, Bay Bulls, killed in action in France July 1, 1916. FREAKE, James B.?, Lewisporte, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 11) GORMAN, Joseph Julian, Harbour Breton, died in hospital at Edinburgh, May 30, 1915. GREENING, James, Summerville, B.B., R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan.15, 1915. GREEN, Barton, Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayono, March 12, 1915. GREELEY, Mathew, Portugal Cove, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GARDINER, Theophllus, British Harbour, died of wounds in France, July 11, 1916. GRANT, William H., Second Lieutenant, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, killed in action in France, July 16, 1916. GOSSE, Ira Joseph, St. John's, killed in actition in France, July 1, 1916. GRACE, Martin J., Corporal, Catalina, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15, 1916. GULLAGE, Hubert V., Corporal, Catalina, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. GEORGE, Joshua, Foster's Point, Random, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. GOUGH, Chesley J., Elliston, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. GOODYEAR, Osward Reymond, Grand Falls, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 12) HARDY, William Frank, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, October, 1915. HARDY, John, St. John's, died of wounds on board hospital Ship Neuralla from Gallipoli, Oct. 14, 1915. HISCOCK, Samuel, Carbonear, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 4, 1915. HYNES, James Joseph, Southside, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 18, 1915. HARVEY, Bernard, Mathieson, Lieut. Commander, R. N. in H.M.S. Cresay, Sept. 22, 1914. The first Newfoundlander to make the supreme sacrifice in the Great World War. HALLETT, Albert, Flat Island, B.B., R.N.R., Lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915. HYNES, Wallace James, Port au Port, R.N.R., in armed drifter from Oliver, Oct. 1915. HOLDEN, Patrick, St. John's, died of wounds at Malta, January 29, 1916. HULAN, Howard, Robinson's Head, St. Georges, died in Scotland May 2, 1916. HIBBS, John , Portugal Cove, R.N.R. on H.M.S. Vivid, died in Royal Naval hospital of pneumonia, and measles, May2, 1916. HARE, Harvey, Burgeo, died at Ayr of diphtheria, May 25, 1916. HISCOCK, John, Northern Bight, R.N.R., H.M.S. Invincible, lost in the Battle of Jutland, June 7, 1914.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 13) HOARE, Edward J., Trignmouth, England, Gallipoli veteran, died in Egypt of enteric, June 14, 1916. HERDER, Hubert Clinton, Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HIGGINS, Edward J., Sergeant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916. HEALE, Robert William, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 3, 1916. HUDSON, Joseph, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 4, 1916. HARTREE, Sydney, Perth Amboy, U.S.A., died of wounds in France, Aug 3, 1916. HUMPHRIES, Alfred, Botwood, killed in action in France, Aug. 9, 1916. HURLEY, Thomas, Gander Bay, R.N.R., drowned Aug 21, 1916. HANCOCK, John, Jamestown, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HARBIN, Wilfred T., Corporal, Twillingate, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HARRIS, George W., Humbermouth, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HOCKLEY, John Hubert, Lance Corporal, Doncaster, England, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HOLDEN, Luke, Holyrood , killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HUSSEY, Francis, Freshwater, near St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 14) "IVANY, William G., Gambo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JACKSON, Thomas, Brigus, R.N.R., on H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. JERETT, Levi, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. JONES , William, Trinity East, R.N.R. accidentally drowned in British waters, Dec. 9, 1915. JUPP, Clifford, H. O. Second Lieut., Sussex, England, killed in action in France, July1, 1916. JANES, Maxwell, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JACKMAN, Bert, St. John's, died at Entretat, from wounds, July 5, 1916. JOYCE, William G., Burin Bay Arm, killed in action in France, Sept. 8, 1916. JANES, Frederick, Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1,1916. JANES, George R., Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JONES, Arthur, St. Phillip's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JOHNSON, John Joseph, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 15) KNIGHT, William Blackler, Sergeant, Southside, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KNIGHT, William Valentine, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KNIGHT, George Samuel, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 2, 1915. KELLY, Albert, Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. KNIGHT, Thomas, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb., 1915. KOHOE, William J., Harbour Grace, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb., 1915. KAVANAGH, Thomas J., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S.Cln McNaughton, Feb., 1915. KING, William, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. KENNEDY, Michael F., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KING, Jabez W., Lewisporte, died on S.S. Sicilian, invalided home, Aug. 9 1916. KING, Alexander, Western Bay, died of wounds at Etaples, Sept. 4, 1916. KANE, Walter A., London, England, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916. KEARLEY, Heber, Blaketown, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KEEPING, Stanley, Rose Blanche, killed in France, Nov. 19, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 16) "LODGE, Samuel Thomas, Catalina, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 1 1916. LEWIS, Philip, Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde, R.N.R., lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915. LeDREW, George Hussey, Cupids, R.N.R., mined in Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, October, 1915. LAMBERT, John, Southport, Random, died at Ayr of Scarlet Fever, April 7, 1916. LANNON, William Joseph, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, June 18, 1916. LUKINS, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916. LUFF, Samuel, Campbellton, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LYONS, Allan, Avondale, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LeSHANA?, William Edward, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LEARNING, Samuel John, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 4, 1916. LANNIGAN, James Joseph, died of wounds at Havre, August 18, 1916. LeBUFF, Robert, Campbellton, died of wounds at Netley, Aug. 11, 1916. LEGGE, Joseph, Heart's Delight, died of wounds in France, Oct. 13, 1916. LUSCOMBE, Herbert G., Corporal, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. LEUDY, Joseph, Lance Corporal, Little River, Codroy, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. LAHEY, Robert J., Lance Cove, Bell Island, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 17) "MAHAR, James J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MERCER, Maxwell J., Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MILES, Victor William, Sergeant-Major, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. McWHORTER, Hugh Walter, Humbermouth, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct., 1915. McDONNELL, Patrick, St. George's, died of dysentery, Gallipoli, Oct. 29, 1915. McNEIL, Donald Fraser, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 6, 1916. MacKAY, Andrew J., St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 13, 1916. McGRATH, Thomas White, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 13, 1916. MURPHY, Walter Leonard, St. John's, died at Mudros of dysentery, Sept. 29, 1915. MURPHY, William John, Conception, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 9, 1916. MILLER, William Patrick, Devonport, England, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 17, 1916. MURPHY, Joachim, St. John's, died of wounds on hospital ship Morea, Gallipoli, Nov. 7, 1915. MERCER, Chesley, St. John's, died in hospital at London from disease contracted in Gallipoli, Nov. 18, 1915. MYRICK, John, died of diptheria in Gallipoli, Dec. 10 , 1915. MARTIN, Sandy, St. John', R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915. MERCER, John B., Bay Roberts, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915. MORGAN, Frederick, Seal Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 18) MORGAN, William G. Port de Grave, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany 1915. MORRIS, Walter, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby 1915. MORGAN, John T., Seal Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby. 1915. MARTIN, Sylvester, LsScie, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. MILLER. Harold, Portugal Cove, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McFarlane, Dec 20 1915. MORRIS, Robert, Ramea, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 1915. MUGFORD, George, Codroy, died of Measles in Scotland, Feb, 24, 1916. MUGFORD, George, Port de Grave, R.N.R. lost in the battle between the Alenatare and Grief Feb. 29 1916. MILES, Heber John, Bonavista, Gallipoli, veteran, died at Brookland Hospital, Waybridge, of Meningitis, March 18, 1916. MANNING, Augustus Joseph, Sergeant, St. John's, killed in action in France, May 31, 1916. MELLOR, Frederick C., Lieutenant, Kentville, N.S., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MORGAN, William, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MARTRET, Joseph, St. John's, killed in Action in France, July 1, 1916. MEADUS, Robert, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MARTIN, Joseph, Burin, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MARTIN, Henley A., Harbour Grace, died of wounds in France, Oct. 13, 1916. MOORES, Samuel J., Freshwater, B.D.V., killed in France, Oct.,12, 1916. MOONEY, James R., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 19) NEWMAN, Archibald M., Twillingate, died of wounds in France, July 3, 1916. NORRIS, Samuel Casimer, Second Lieutenant, Three Arms, N.D.B., killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. NOONAN, Robert A., St. John's, died of wounds in France , Oct. 13, 1916. NICHOLS, Duncan, Lance Corporal, Deer Lake, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. NOSEWORTHY, Herman J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'BRIEN, James, St. John's, died in hospital at Edinburgh, Sept. 30, 1915. OSMOND, Gerald A., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915. OILERHEAD, William, Lance Sergeant, Heart's Content, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. OSMOND, Douglas McNeil, Morton's Harbour, died of wounds in France, July 8, 1916. O'BRIEN, Augustin, Captain, St. John's, died of wounds in France, Oct. 28?, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 20) PARSONS, John, Bay Roberts, R.N. R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. PEACH, Henry W., Arnold's Cove, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. PIKE, Francis, Harbour Grace, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915. PEACH, WILLIAM H., Red Harbour, Placentia Bay, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. PIERCEY, Charles A., Red Harbour, Placentia Bay, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. PEARCEY, Jacob New Perlican, R.N.R. died at Royal naval Barracks, Devonport, of pneumonia, June 14, 1916. PINSENT, Stanley S., Musgrave Harbour, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PERRAN, William G., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PARMITER, Cecil, Topsail, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PROWSE, William Patrick, St. John's, died of wounds, at Havre, July 18, 1916. PIKE, Stanley Gordon, St. John's, died of wounds in King George Hospital, London, Aug 10, 1916. PECKFORD, Edward, Change Island, died of wounds at Wandsworth, Aug. 29, 1916. PITCHER, Archibald J., Winterton, R.N.R., died of tubercular Meningitis, at Turo, Cornwall, Sept. 16, 1916. PHALEN, William A., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct.11, 1916. PITTMAN, Richard, Corporal, Lamaline, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PENNELL, William C., Curling, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 21) QUINTON, Augustus, Red Cliff, Bonavista Bay, died of wounds at King's George Hospital, London Nov. 19, 1916. ROBERTS, Frank, St. John's died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 23, 1915. ROPER, Frederick Charles, Bonavista, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 27. 1915. RALPH, Charles, Flat Island, B.B. R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915. ROWE, Charles, Trinity, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. RANDELL, Ralph, Port Rexton, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915. READER, John, Bonavista, R.N.R., died in hospital at Penzance, May 11,1915. REEVES, Maxwell, St. Lawrence, died in General Hospital, St. John's May 20, 1916. RYALL, William T., Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ROSS, R. Wallace, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1st, 1916. ROSS, Michael Joseph, Portugal Cove, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 22) "REID, Robert Bruce, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1st, 1916. ROSSITER, Matthew, Cape Broyle, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ROWSELL, H. J. R., Second Lieutenant, Bonavista. Died of wounds at Abbeville, July 8, 1916. RENDELL, Clifford, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 22, 1916. REID, Carl, St. John's, killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916. REID, Alfred, St. John's, died at Wandsworth, Aug. 18, 1916. REID, Alexander A., LaPoile, died of wounds in France, Aug. 15, 1916. RONAN, Thomas, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. RENDELL, Ernest J., New Harbour, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. REID, William J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RICE, John J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RUSSELL, William, Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RYAR, William Joseph, Corporal, South Side, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 23) SQUIBB, Josiah, Carbonear, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 19, 1915. SOMERTON, Frederick Charles, Trinity, died of wounds in Gallipoli buried at sea Nov. 25, 1915. ST. CROIX, William, Trepassey, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany, 1915. SMART, Edward, Alexandra Bay, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915. SPARKES, Eli, Shearstown, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany., 1915. STRINGER, George, Little Heart's Ease, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany., 1915. SIMMONDS, Eugene F., Whitbourne, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, February, 1915. SNOW, Ronald J., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915. SQUIRES, Richard J., St. John's, R.NR., Lost in H.M.S. Clan NcMaughton Feby., 1915. STONE, Edward, Bell Island, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915. SPRACKLIN, Edgar J., Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. STANLEY, Harold A., Kilbride, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. SAMSON, Joseph A., Flat Islands, Bonavista Bay, R.N.R., killed in the Dardanelles, May, 1915. SPARKES, Stephen, Brigus, R.N.R., mined in Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, Oct. 1915. SOPER, Morley, Port aux Basques, died on hospital ship Acquitanian at Gallopoli, pneumonia, Dec. 29, 1915. SIMMS, George, Pilley's Island, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 30, 1915.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 24) SMITH, Howard, Dildo, died in Scotland of heart trouble, June 3, 1916. STRIDE, William Ambrose, Bridgeport, died from accidental wound in France, June 19, 1916. SHORTALL, Richard A., Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1,1916. SMITH, Zachariah, Smith Sound, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. STEELE, Owen W., Lieutenant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 8, 1916. SUMMERS, Michael Francis, captain, St. John's died of wounds, July 16, 1916. STUCKLESS, Silas, Norris Arm, died of wounds at Bristol, July 18, 1916. SEWARD, Edward, Bonne Bay killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916. STRICKLAND, Edward J., Port aux Basques, died of wounds in France, Aug. 12, 1916. SELLARS, Allan Augustus, St. John's, died of Tuberculosis at Cairo, Aug 19, 1916. SHAVE, George R., Fogo, died of wounds at Rouen, Oct. 16, 1916. SNOW, Hardy, F., Twillingate, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. STEED, Dugald, Little Catalina, R.N.R., lost in the trawler Bradford, October, 1916. STRONG, Norman H., Lance Corporal, Little bay Islands, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SEYMOUR, Thomas, Gooseberry Island. Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SPARKES, Samuel, St. John's, Mined in the Trawler Dagon, December 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 25) TUCKER, Walter, Lance Corporal, St. John's, died of wounds on hospital ship from Gallipoli, buried at sea, Oct. 25, 1915. TIBBO, James Joseph, St. John's killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec 1, 1915. TETFORD, Melvin, Harbour Grace, R.N. R., drowned from yacht Monsoon, in neighbourhood of the Scilly Islands, August, 1915. TOBIN, John Thomas, Burin, died of Measles at Ayr, Feb. 1, 1916. THORNE, James H., New Harbour, died of Measles at Paisley, Feb. 21, 1916. TAYLOR, Herbert, Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. TEMPLEMAN, Donald, Bonavista, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. THOMAS, Walter, Bell Island, died of wounds at Birmingham, July 15, 1916. TUCKER, Denis, Thorburn Road, R.N.R., accidentally drowned, Aug. 26, 1916. TARGETT, Frederick J., Lance Corporal, Holyrood, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916. TIBBO, Henry, Grand John, Fortune Bay, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. TUFF, Jabez, Templeman, B.B., killed in action in France, Nov. 18, 1916. TAYLOR, Eric F., Port de Grave, died of spinal meningitis at Glasgow, March 15, 1916. VISCOUNT, John Thomas, Dunville, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 30, 1915.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 26) WATTS, Rupert King, Lance Corporal, Harbour Grace, died at Mudros of dysentry, Sept. 27, 1915. WIGHTON, Charles, Captain, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, killed in action at Gallipoli, Nov. 25, 1915. WALSH, Douglas, Cow Head, St. Barbe, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan 1915. WARREN, Albert, Gooseberry Island R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. WATKINS, Jonas, Farmers Arm, Twillingate, R.N.R., in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915. WHALEN, Simeon, Random, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915. WOOLRIDGE, William Mark, Fogo, R.N.R, mined in the Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, October, 1915. WHITE, Arthur, Shoal Brook, Bonne Bay, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916. WOODFORD Frank, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WHEELER, Frederick, Tizzard Harbour, died of wounds at Rouen, July 16, 1916. WHITTEN, Edgar Charles, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 16, 1916. WOODFORD, P. G., Too Good Arm, Herring Neck, died of wounds in France, October 12, 1916.
  OUR HEROIC DEAD (Part 27) WHITTLE, William, Fox Cove, Fortune Bay, died of acute nephritis at Calais, October 14, 1916. WHITE, Willis, Comfort Bight, N.D.B., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WATKLINS, Robert James, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WALSH, Michael, J., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WESTCOTT, Harry T., Lance Corporal, Carbonear, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WHITE, William, Loon Bay, Notre Dame bay, killed in action ib France, July1, 1916. WILLIAMS, Robert John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WILCOX, Fred, Brigus, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WINSOR, George, Wesleyville, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WINTER, Randolph M., Burin killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. YOUDEN, George, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. YOUDEN, Thomas, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in the H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915. YOUNG, Edward, Bonne Bay, R.N.R., died at General Hospital of pneumonia, Feb. 1915. YOUNG, Arthur H., Twillingate, died of wounds in France, July 6, 1916.
  IN OTHER REGIMENTS (Part 1) ADEY, Enoch, Adeytown, Trinity Bay. Killed in Flanders, April 1916. ARMSTRONG, Walter, Surgeon-Captain, St. Anthony and Indian Harbour. Killed in action in France, May 31, 1916. BYRNE, Gerald, St. John's. Died of wounds at St. Julien, France, April 24, 1915. BOONE, Gordon V., St. John's. Killed in action at Langemarke, April 27. BALDWIN, James, Corporal, Pouch Cove. Killed in action in France, May 15, 1915. BAILEY, Aaron, Trinity. Killed in action in Flanders, May 8, 1916. BEATTY, Eric Finch, native of Pilley's Island. Killed in action in France, June 23, 1916. BUTLER, Nathan, Cupids. Killed in action in France, September, 1916. BOWN, John K., St. Mary's. Killed in action in France, September, 1916. BRENNAN, Timothy, Bay Bull's Road. Killed in action in France, October, 1916. BALDWIN, John, Pouch Cove. Killed in action in France, Oct. 27 1916. BLUNDON, T. W., Indian Islands. Killed in action in France, Dec., 1916. CARBERRY, Miss, St. John's. Torpedoed on the Hesperian, Sept. 5, 1915. CROWDY, Charles H., Captain, Montreal. Killed in action at Armentieres, Oct. 20, 1915. CLARKE, Richard, Victoria, Carbonear. Killed in action in France, May 1916. COWAN, George Tremaine, St. John's and Montreal. Killed in action in Flanders, May 27, 1916. COURAGE, Archibald, Harbour Grace and Montreal. Killed in action in Flanders, May 1916. COLLINGWOOD, George, Cuthbert, Chief Gunner (cousin of Mr. William Collingwood and descendant of the great Admiral) also two nephews lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916. CARVAN, James, Bay Roberts. Killed in France, Aug. 9, 1916. COOMBES, Joshua, Upper Island Cove. Died of wounds in France, July 1916. COOPER, Mark, Twillingate, killed in action in France, Sept. 1916. CLARKE, J. Lance Corporal, Carbonear, killed in action in France, Oct. 1916. CULL, M. (?), Caplin Cove, killed in action in France Dec. 1916.
  IN OTHER REGIMENTS (Part 2) DUNPHY, Lawrence, Trepassey. Killed in action in Flanders, April 1916. DAWE, Victor, Bay Roberts. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DUFFETT, Albert Gregory, Sergeant, D.C.M, St. John's, Died of wounds in France, October 1916. DAVIDSON, Robert, Lieutenant, Malay States (nephew of Sir Walter E. Davidson). Killed in action in France, July 1 1916. DAVIDSON, Lewis, Lieutenant, Manilla. Died of wounds in France, June 28, 1916. EUSTACE, Thomas, Lance Corporal, Torbay, killed in action in France, Nov. 28, 1915. EVANS, D. O., Lieutenant, (Brother of Mrs. P. H. Knowling) killed in action in France, Feby. 13, 1916. FOWLOW , Norman, St. John's. Killed in action in Flanders, April 7, 1916. FOLLETT, William H. Western Bay, killed in action in Flanders, April 11, 1916. FLEMING, Frank J., St. Vincent, killed in action in France, July 1916. FRASER, Neville, St. John's and Lancaster, Ont. Died of wounds in France, July 1916. FREDERICK, F. J., Trinity Bay. Killed in France, August 1916. FIELDING, Hugh C. R. Lieut-Commander, R.N. (Cousin of Lady Davidson) H.M.S. Defence. Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916. GORDON, Gilbert, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Sept. 28, 1915. GODDARD, Louis, Halifax. Killed in action in Flanders, May 1916. GOODRIDGE, Herbert H., Lance Corporal, killed in action in France, Oct. 7, 1916. HOLLANDS, John R. W., Carbonear. Killed in action at Ypres, April 22, 1915.
  IN OTHER REGIMENTS (Part 3) HUGHES, Thomas S., Armourer Corporal, The Goulds, Bay Bulls Road. Died of wounds in France, April 24, 1915. HATCHER, C. R., Burgeo. Died of wounds in France, June 23, 1916. HENNEBURY, Thomas, Died of wounds in Flanders, May 27, 1916. HAYLES, Trevor George Lawton, Midshipman, native of St. John's. Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916. HAWCO, Christopher, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August, 1916. HISCOCK, John, St. John's and Montreal. Killed in action in France, October, 1916. JAMES, Leslie, Heart's Content. Killed in action in Flanders, May 25, 1916. JOHNSON, Lieut.-Surgeon, formerly of Trinity. Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916. KING, Percy, Twillingate. Killed in action in Flanders, April, 1916. KEEFE, George, Captain. Killed in action in France, July, 1916. KENNEDY, Richard, Sergeant, Harbour Grace. Died of pneumonia in France, Sept., 1916. LeMESSURIER, Cyril, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916. MIDDLETON, A. S., Lieutenant, Placentia. Died of wounds at Rouen, Sept. 30, 1915. MALLARD, James Patrick, Quidi Vidi. Killed in action in France, Nov. 5, 1915. MEEHAN, Hubert, Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 18, 1915. MURRAY, Maurice, Argentia. Died of wounds in France, December, 1915. MORRELL, Gordon M., Bell Island. Killed in action in Flanders, Feb. 1916. MERCER, Thomas, Little Beaver Cove, Fogo. Killed in action in Flanders, April 11, 1916.
  IN OTHER REGIMENTS (Part 4) MORRIS, Henry, (Nephew of Deputy Mayor MORRIS), Montreal. Killed in action in Flanders, April 16, 1916. MORRIS, Stephen C., C.R.A.M.C., Trinity. Dispatch rider. Killed on duty in France, July 29, 1916. MOULD, Capt., Scotland and St. John's, M.C., D.S.O. Killed in action in France, Sept. 3, 1916. MITCHELL, John Brine, M.C., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Sept. 15, 1916. MURPHY, M. Died of wounds in France, Sept., 1916. MAXIME, Harold, Bonavista. Killed in action in France, Sept. 1916. MILLS, Leander, Burlington, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, Sept. 1916. McCORMACK, John J., St. Philip's. Killed in action in France, October, 1916. MITCHELL, John George, Tilt Cove. Died from wounds in France, Oct. 1916. MILLER, Andrew H., St. John's. Died in London from pneumonia after 17 months in the trenches, Dec. 26, 1916. NORTHCOTT, Barney, Carbonear and Montreal. Killed in action in France, June, 1916. O'BRIEN, Terence, Lieutenant, (Grandson of former Governor Sir Terence O'BRIEN). Killed in aeroplane action in France, March 2, 1915. PADDON, Hubert A., St. John's. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1915. PEARCEY, Albert, St. John's. Died of wounds at Boulogne, June 1, 1915.
  IN OTHER REGIMENTS (Part 5) PYKE, Robert, St. Lawrence. Killed in action in Flanders, Nov. 10, 1915. PETERS, Edward Cole, St. John's and Calgary. Killed in action in Flanders, May 30, 1916. PINKHAM, Ernest, Captain, Calgary, (Son of Bishop PINKHAM and cousin of Messrs. ELLIS) . Killed in action in France, August, 1916. PATTEN, Eli Harris, Corporal, Grand Bank. Killed in action in France, August, 1916. RICHARDS, William, Corporal, St. John's and Sydney. Killed in action in France, June 8, 1916. SMALL, William Tilt Cove. Killed in action in Flanders, Oct. 3, 1915. SNOW, Samuel, Harbour Grace. Died of wounds in France, December, 1915. STEELE, Eleazer, Northern Bay. Died of wounds in France, April 27, 1916. SLANEY, Alonzo, St. Lawrence. Killed in action in Flanders, June 6, 1916. STEVENS, George William, Port aux Basques. Died of wounds in France, Sept. 1916. TRAPNELL, Donald, St. John's. Killed in action in France, May 1915. THISTLE, Douglas, St. John's and Montreal. Died of wounds in France, July 13, 1916. TURNER, Alfred W., Southside, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August, 1916. VERGE, Levi, Harbour Grace. Killed in action in Flanders, June 1916. VEY, George, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct 8, 1916. WALSH, David A., St. John's. Killed in action in Flanders, November 1915. WEYMOUTH, Viscount, (cousin of Lady DAVIDSON). Killed in action in France, Feb. 15, 1916.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 1) Since the Battle of Beaumont Hammel, July 1st 1916: AYRE, Edward A., Lance Corporal, Channel. ABBOTT, George, St, John's. ANDREWS, Joseph, St. John's. ANDERSON, Israel, Channel. ATWELL, James, St. John's. BARBOUR, Horatio, Lance Corporal, Port Rexton. BENNETT , William, South Side, St. John's. BISHOP, Wilson, McCallum, Fortune Bay. BREEN, John, St. John's. BUTLER, Ignatius J., St. John's. BARTLETT, Joseph P., Turks Gut, Trinity Bay. BURGE, Allan, Bonavista. BUTLER, Harry, St. John's. BOWMAN, Charles, St. John's. BARTON, John, Bay Bulls Road. CARROLL, Thomas, Sergeant, Belle Island. CARSON, John. CROCKER, Harrison, Heart's Delight. CALLAHAN, Roger J., St. John's. COISH, Harold G., Ladle Cove, Fogo. CONNORS, James P., St. John's. CRANFORD, Llewellyn, New Harbour. CURTLEY, John T., Woods Island. CARNEW, John J., St. John's. CROUCHER, Nathaniel, Long Island, Notre Dame Bay. CHAFE, Ernest L., St. John's. CARRIGAN, Edward, Placentia. CAREW, John J., St. John's. COULLAS, Norman, St. John's. DUNPHY, John J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. DUNPHY, William, St. John's. DUKE, John J., Fox Harbour, Placentia Bay. ELLIOTT, William S., Sergeant, Newman's Cove, B.B. ELLIS, John J., Lance Corporal, Southside. EVANS, Henry, St. John's. EDGAR, Edwin, St. John's. ETHERIGE, Gordon, Champneys. Trinity Bay. FERGUSON, Stewart S., Sergeant, Clarenville.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 2) FRENCH, John J., Brigus. FORD, Gerald, Amherst Cove, Bonavista Bay. GARF, Fred, St. John's. GLADNEY, Edward F., Sergeant, St. John's. GARDINER, Edward J., Lance Corporal, British Harbour. GILLARN, Arthur W., Lance Corporal, Robinson's Head. GALGEY, Francie J., St. John's. GUY, Chester J., Corporal, Burgeo. HYNES, Richard E., Lance Corporal, Indian Island, Fogo. HARNETT, Frank, Lance Corporal, Seldom Come By. HATFIELD, George B., St. John's. HYNES, Harry, Glenwood. HAYNES, Patrick J., St. John's. HAYWARD, Arthur S., St. John's. HAWKINS, George, Twillingate. HOLLOHAN, Joseph, South Side. HOLLAND, Michael J., Freshwater Road., St. John's. HOWARD, James J., St. John's. HUTCHINGS, Harold, Greenspond. HEFFORD, Thomas B., New Harbour. HAINES, Albert, Jamestown, Bonavista Bay. PORTER, Robert B., Company Sergeant Major, Grand Falls. PIKE, George E., Lance Corporal, Grand Falls. PARSONS, Charles A., Stephenville Crossing. PIERCEY, John C., Norman's Cove, Trinity Bay.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 3) PORTER, Archibald H., Change Island. PINSENT, Stewart, Dildo, Trinity Bay. PAUL, Reginald J., Burin. PENNEY, Josiah H., Carbonear. POWER, James M., St. John's. PARSONS, Aubrey, Cat Harbour, Fogo. PENNEY, Augustus, Holyrood. PIKE, James J., Avondale. QUIGLEY, Michael J., St. John's. RENDELL, Arthur J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. POWELL, Edward C., Lance Corporal, St. John's. RODGERS, Edward J., St. John's. RIDEOUT, Sydney, St. John's. RICHARDSON, Patrick, St. John's. REID, Charles, Sergeant, St. John's. SNOW, Fred E., Lance Corporal, St. John's. SPURRELL, Frank J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. SIMMS, George P., St. Anthony. SIMMS, Robert R., St. Anthony. SPARKES, George, Bell Island. STRATHIE, Harry G., Bonavista. SMITH, Josiah, Hopeall, Trinity Bay. SMALL, George S., Lewisporte. SNELGROVE, John C., St. John's. SNOW, Douglas R., St. John's. SHAVE, Edwin L., Lance Corporal, Fogo. SHORT, Richard M., New Bonaventure. SNOW, John S., Harbour Grace. TAYLOR, George Hayward, Lieutenant, St. John's. TAYLOR, Charles F., Southside, St. John's. WHITE, Frederick, Twillingate. WINTER, Edward H., St. John's. WHITE, William A. Rattling Brook, Notre Dame Bay. WHELAN, Augustine, St. John's. WARFORD, Garland, Upper Gullies. WOODMAN, Kenneth, New Harbour. WEST, Stanley, Carmanville. WEST, Edward, Apsey Cove, Fogo.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 4) Since the Battle of October 12th, in which our heroes of July 1st. Were avenged by their comrades: BUGDEN, Leighton, St. John's. BROWN, William, Little Harbour, Notre Dame Bay. CLARE, Lawrence E., St. John's. COOK, Henry W., Outer Cove Road, St. John's. GUY, Ambrose, Arnold's Cove, Placentia Bay. HARDY, Edwared, St. John's. HALL, James, Portugal Cove Road. KENT, Marin, P., Lance Corporal, Placentia. LeMESSURIER, Wallace, St. John's. LANCER, John, Smith Sound, Trinity Bay. McLEOD, Neil Charles, St. John's. MUGFORD, Luke, St. John's. MARSH, William I. St. John's. MITCHELMORE, Isaac, Green Island Cove, St. Barbe. MEEHAN, Bernard. St. Mary's. PHILLIPS, George, Whitbourne. PARSONS, Bretram C. Flat Island, Placentia. Bay. PARSONS, Charles H., Sandy Point, St. George's. RYALL, Robert S., St. John's. RAYNES, Frederick, St. John's. RODGERS, Thomas E., St. John's. SAUNDERS Fred J., Griquet. SERGEANT John, Badger. SNOW, William, Princeton ?? Bonavista Bay. TUFF, Frank P., St. John's. WATTS, James P., St. John's. WISEMAN, Adolphus, Little Bay Islands. WALTERS, Gilbert, Champneys, Trinity bay. YOUNG, Harry L. Greenspond

  WITH THE CANADIANS BISHOP, Cyril, Cupids, since December, 1916. PIKE, John, Twillingate and Victoria B.C., since April 2 1916. BARRETT, William, Bay Roberts, since June 23, 1916. BURSEY, William Frederick, Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde, since June 23, 1916. DOYLE, Gregory Edward, Avondale, since June 19, 1916. OLDFORD, Leslie, Musgrave Town and Alberta, since Sept. 21, 1916. LEE, Michael, Witless Bay, Ferryland, November, 1916. VEITCH, Francis, Conception Harbour and New York, since July 8, 1916. HAND, William C., Bay Roberts, since September 16, 1916. HARRIS, Seity, New Melbourne, since December, 1916. PAYTON, James, St. John's and Vancouver, since June, 1916.
  PRISONERS OF WAR: BARRON, Peter, at Gelssen, Germany. Taken prisoner, June 28, 1916. BURSEY, William Frederick, Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde. Taken prisoner, June 23, 1916. CAHILL, John Joseph, St. John's. Taken prisoner, June 28, 1916. Died at Gelssen. COOMBS, Thomas, Sergeant, Spaniard's Bay, taken prisoner at Gelssen. FOOTE, George William, Carbonear. Taken prisoner in November. Now at Gelssen. RICE, Nathan, St. John's, captured at Neuve Chapelle. Prisoner since March, 1916. SAMSON, Edwin,, R.N.R., Flat Island, Bonavista Bay. Taken prisoner in March, 1916.
NEWFOUNDLAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR 1917
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 1) "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." John XV.13.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 2) (For France read Western Front, including Flanders) AYRE, Alexander, Bonavista, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jany., 1917. ABBOTT, Eli, Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, Jany. 28, 1917. ASH, Archibald, Sergeant, Red Bay, Labrador. Killed in action in France, Feby. 23, 1917. ALCOCK, Augustus, Griguet, Second Lieutenant. Killed in action, April 14, 1917. ABBOTT, Arthur J., Charlottetown, B.B. Died of wounds at Wandsworth, May 1, 1917. ARNOLD, Chesley G., Alexander Bay. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. AYRE, Edward A., Lance Corporal, Channel. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ABBOTT, George, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ANDREWS, Joseph, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ANDERSON, Israel, Channel. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ATWILL, James, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ABBOTT, Fred, Musgrave Harbour, Fogo. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. ANDREWS, Walter, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. ATTWOOD, George, Jamestown, B.B. Died in enemy hands at Tournal, Nov. 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 3) BENOIT, James J. St. George's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jany. 1917. BRINTON, George A., Port au Bras, Burin, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jany. 1917. BRINSTON, Leslie, Old Shop, Trinity Bay, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jany. 1917. BRYANT, Aaron, Lance Corporal, Whiteway, Trinity Bay. Killed in action in France, Jany. 28, 1917. BENNETT, James, Bell Island. Died of wounds in France, March 2, 1917. BUDGEN, Leighton, St. John's. Killed in action, Oct. 12, 1916. BALDWIN?, Henry H., Pouch Cove. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. BROWN, Orlando, Trinity Bay. Killed in action in France, Feby. 25, 1917. BUTLER, Thomas C., Middle Bight, Kelligrews. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. BADCOCK, Arthur, Bay Roberts. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. BENOIT, Edward, Big Cove, Bay St. George. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. BARTLETT, William W., Brigus. Died of wounds at Rouen, March 19, 1917. BUTT, Edward, Petrie's Crossing, Bay of Islands. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. BURTON, George L., Hay Cove, Harbour Buffett. Killed in action, April 14, 1917. BABSTOCK, William T., Happy Adventure, B.B., R.N.R. Lost when the Trawler 'Afron' was mined, April 30, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 4) BROWN, William, Little Harbour, Twillingate. Killed in action Oct. 12, 1916. BRAKE, George E., Bay of Islands. Died of wounds in France, April 25, 1917. BENNETT, William, D.C.M., Lance Corporal, Stephenville. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. BARBOUR, Horatio, Lance Corporal, Port Rexton. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BENNETT, William, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BISHOP, Wilson, McCallum, Fortune Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BREEN, John, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BUTLER, Ignatius J., St. George's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BARTLETT, Joseph P., Turk's Gut, Conception Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BURGE, Alan, Bonavista. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BUTLER, Harry, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BOWMAN, Charles, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BARTON, John, Bay Bulls Road. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. BURTON, Willis G., Ward's Harbour. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. BARRETT, Harold G., M.M., 2nd Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. BARNES, Lawrence, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 14, 1917. BLANDFORD, George, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. BROCKLEHURST, George A., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Aug. 16, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 5) BRINSTON, Angus F., Sound Island. Killed in action in France, Aug. 16, 1917. BELLOWS, Stewart, Curling. Died of wounds in France, Aug. 14, 1917. BURT, Eric, Battery Road. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. BLUNDON, Allan, R.N.R., Bay de Verde. Sunk in armed merchantman, Heatherside, August 24, 1917. BEST, Frank G., M.M., Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. BENDELL, Jas. Alex., Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. BALDWIN, Uriah, Pouch Cove. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. BAKER, George, Clarenville. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. BUTT, Samuel, Hickman's Harbour. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 22, 1917. BURSEY, Goliath, Clarenville. Died of wounds at Rouen, Nov. 20, 1917. BISHOP, George Henry, Corporal, Pass Island. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. BRYAN, John, Ferryland. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. BOWDEN, Hugh P., M.M., Wesleyville. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. BUDGEN, John S., Epsworth. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. BARTLETT, Rupert, M.C. and Bar, Captain. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. BROWN, James G., Rock Harbour, Lance Corporal. Died of Empyema at Wandsworth, Dec. 9, 1917. BAKER, Esau, Bishop's Falls. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917. BISHOP, Archibald W., Burin. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 6) CUMBY, Orestes, Hopeall, Trinity Bay, R.N.R. Lost on the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. CONRAN, Michael, Woodfords Station. Died of wounds in France, March 3, 1917. CLARKE, Dorman, St. John's. Killed in action in France, March 4, 1917. CONWAY, Jeremiah, St. Bride's, P.B. Drowned from H.M.S. Island Prince, April, 1917. CHAULK, Isaac J., Bunyan's Cove, B.B. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. CLARE, Lawrence E., Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action, October 12, 1916. COOK, Henry W., St. John's. Killed in action, Oct. 12, 1917. CARTER, Thomas, Lance Corporal, Stephenville Crossing. Died of wounds in London Hospital, May 4, 1917. CUFF, George L., Bonavista. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. CRON, James M., Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. CHUCK, George, Russia. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. CADWILL, William, St. John's, R.N.R. Killed in mined trawler Borneo, June 18?, 1917. CARROLL, Thomas, Sergeant, Bell Island. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CARSON, John, Bayfield, Notre Dame Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CROCKER, Harrison, Heart's Delight. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CALLAHAN, Roger J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 7) COISH, Harold G., Ladle Cove, Fogo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CONNORS, James P., Mundy Pond Road. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CRANFORD, Llewellyn, New Harbour. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CURLEY, John T., Wood's Island, St. Barbe. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CAREW, John J., Patrick St., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CROUCHER, Nathaniel, Long Island, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CHAFE, Ernest L., St. John's. Killed in action, July 1, 1916. CARRIGAN, Edward, Placentia. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CAREW, John J., Livingstone Street, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. COULTAS, Norman, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. CAVE, Joseph, Corporal, Change Islands. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. CAREW, Vincent, Cape Broyle. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. COATES, Harold, Fogo, R.N.R. Missing in S.S. Hermes, May, 1917. CLARKE, John, Campbellton, N.D.B. Died of wounds in France, August 14, 1917. COLLINS, James, Jersey Side, Placentia. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. CLUETT, Albert, Cape Cove, Fogo, R.N.R. Killed at Chatham in air raid, Sept. 3, 1917. CROCKER, Francis T., Trout River, Bonne Bay, R.N.R. Killed at Chatham in air raid, Sept. 3, 1917. COOK, Alfred S., Corporal. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 8) CLARKE, Thomas, Goulds, Bay Bulls Road. Killed in action in France, Sept 28, 1917. CAINES, William, Great Jervis, Fortune Bay. Killed in action in France, Sept. 28, 1917. COISH, William C., Ladle Cove, Fogo. Killed in action in France, Sept. 28, 1917. COOK, James, Trinity. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 4, 1917. CUMMINGS, Arthur, St. John's. Died in enemy hands in Germany, 1917. COOPER, Ward, Millertown. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9. 1917. CLUETT, Vincent, Second Lieutenant, Belleoram. Died of wounds at Etaples, Nov. 26, 1917. CARTER, James H., St. John's, Sergeant. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. COX, William, Harbour Breton. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. CHATMAN, Albert, Bunyan's Cove, B.B. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. CONNOR, Maurice, Lance Corporal, Blackpool, England. Died of wounds at Stockport, December 5, 1917. CLARKE, Josiah, Whitbourne. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. COLUMBUS, Frank, St. George's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. COOK, Thomas, Lance Corporal, Trinity East. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917. CHAFFEY, Arthur J., Jefferys, St. George's. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917. COLLINS, John J., Lance Corporal, Placentia. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 18, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 9) DYKE, John Walter, Bishop's Harbour, Salvage, R.N.R. Lost on the Collier Strinian, when mined or torpedoed, Feb. 7, 1917. DUNPHY, Thomas P., Placentia. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. DOWDEN, Henry, Rock Harbour, Burin. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. DENTY, Herbert, Traytown, B.B. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. DORAN, Joseph, Trepassey. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. DAWE, Stewart, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, April 28, 1917. DAY, James L., St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. DUNPHY, Edmund L., St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. DUNPHY, John J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DUNPHY, William, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DUKE, John J., Fox Harbour, P.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. DAWE, Frederick, Kelligrews. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. DELANEY, Timothy S., St. George's, R.N.R. Lost in the torpedoed Sycamore, Aug. 25, 1917. DORAN, John, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Sept. 23?, 1917. DWYER, John T., Bell Island. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 10, 1917. DRISCOLL, Kenneth, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917. DEVEREAUX, Aiden, Ferryland. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. DONNELLY, Jeremiah F., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. DURNFORD?, F. R., Recontre, Burgeo. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 10) EVOY, Frank, Haricott, St. Mary's Bay. Killed in action in France, Jan. 28, 1917. EDGAR, Charles LeGallais, Second Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Feb. 26, 1917. ELLIOTT, William, Norris Arm, N.D.B., Lance Corporal. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. ELLIOTT, William S., Newman's Cove, B.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ELLIS, John J., Lance Corporal, South Side, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. EVANS, Henry, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. EDGAR, Edwin, Greenspond. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ETHERIDGE?, Gordon, Champneys East. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. EDGECOMBE, Edward F., St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 21, 1917. EMBERLEY, George, English Harbour East. Killed in action in France, Oct. 8, 1918. EDGAR, Albert, Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. ELLIOTT, George, Happy Adventure. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 11) FREAKE, Ephraim, Joe Batt's Arm, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. FOWLOW, Zebulon, Trinity East. Drowned, Feb. 21, 1917. FORWARD, Norman, Tizzard's Harbour. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. FORTUNE, William, Tor's Cove. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. FITZGERALD, Thomas J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. FERGUSON, Stewart F., Sergeant, Clarenville. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FORD, Gerald, Amherst Cove, B.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FRENCH, John J., Brigus. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. FREAKE, William, Joe Batt's Arm, Through explosion of a mine, July 20, 1917. FOALEY, Dominic, Russia. Died of wounds in France, August 23, 1917. FORD, Elias, Charlottetown, B.B. Died of wounds at Malhiem, Germany, Sept. 2, 1917. FARRELL, Patrick J., Ferryland. Died of consumption at Wandsworth, Oct. 1, 1917. FIELDS, Charles, Cook's Harbour. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. FRIZZELLE, Henry, Goulds, Ferryland. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. FISHER, Ernest, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 29, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 12) GOSSE, Eldred, Long Beach, Random, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. GOODYEAR, William B., Fredericton, Fogo. Died of wounds at Rouen, March 10, 1917. GILBERT, Alexander, Come-by-Chance. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. GUY, Ambrose, Arnold's Cove, P.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1917. GOSSE, Thomas J., Torbay. Died of wounds in France, April 14, 1917. GILLETT, Philip, Leading Tickles. Died of wounds at Wandsworth, June 20, 1917. GOSSE, Samuel, Torbay. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. GREEN, Stanley, Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action in France, July 7, 1917. GRANT, James B., Lance Corporal. St. John's. Died of wounds at Doual in German hands, April 19, 1917. GLADNEY, Edward F., Sergeant. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GUY, Chester C., Corporal, Burgeo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GARDINER, Edward J., Lance Corporal, British Harbour. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GILLIAM, Arthur W., Lance Corporal, Robinson's Head. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GARF, Fred., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 13) GALGAY, Francis J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. GILLEY, Job, Stanleyville. Died of wounds at Darmstadt, Germany, May 22, 1917. GALLANT, Michael, Sandy Point, St. George's. Died at Doual, in German hands, April 16, 1917. GEORGE, Ambrose, Smith's Arm, T.B. Died of wounds in France, August 6, 1917. GREEN, Albert J., St. Leonard's, St. Barbe. Died of wounds in France, August 16, 1917. GRANT, Edward P., Corporal, Lawn. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. GULLAGE, William F., Catalina. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. GOOBY, Nathaniel, St. John, R.N.R. Killed in Air Raid at Chatham, Sept. 3, 1917. GINN, Thomas A., Fogo, R.N.R. Killed in air raid at Chatham, Sept. 3, 1917. G???, (Can't read this entry at all). GILLAM, Charles, Sandy Point. Died at Wandsworth, Sept. 19, 1917. GILLINGHAM, Charles, Ochre Pit Cove. Killed in action in France, Sept. 28, 1917. GOODYEAR, Lieut. Stanley, Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. GREEN, Moses, Salt Pond, Burin. Killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1917. GREENE, Walter M., D.C.M., Lieutenant, Bell Island. Killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1917. GOODWIN, Stephen, New Melbourne. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. GRANGER, Charles, Trinity. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 5, 1917. GEAR, George, Co. Q, M. Sergeant, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 29, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 14) HOOPER, Samuel M., Mortier Bay, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. HERDER, Wallace, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Jan. 28, 1917. HOLLOWAY, Robert P., Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action, April 14, 1917. HALL, James, Portugal Cove Road. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. HARDY, Edward, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. HARDING, Herbert, Lance Corporal. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. HICKEY, Robert, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, April 15, 1917. HODDER, Stewart, Horwood, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. HULAN, Moses, Middle Barrachois, St. George's, R.N.R. Killed on H.M. Trawler Morse, when mined, May 22, 1917. HANCOCK, Alan, St. John's, R.N.R. Died at General Hospital, St. John's, ???? , 1917. HUNT, Cecil J., Lance Corporal. Died at Ayr of ???, June 7, 1917. HULAN, Gerald, Crabbe's, St. George's. Died of General Hospital, St. John's, of Pneumonia, June 7, 1917. HUSSEY, William T., Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. HORWOOD, Albert, Harbour Grace. Died of wounds at Cologne, Germany, May 1, 1917. HYNES, Richard E., Lance Corporal, Indian Island, Fogo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HARNETT, Frank, Lance Corporal, Seldom - Come - By. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HATFIELD, George B., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HYNES, Harry, Glenwood. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HAYES, Patrick J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 15) "HAYWARD, Arthur S., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HAWKINS, George, Twillingate. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HOLLAHAN, Joseph, South Side. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HOLLAND, Michael J., Freshwater Road. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HOWARD, James J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HUTCHINGS, Harold, Greenspond. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HEFFORD, Thomas B., New Harbour. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HAINES, Albert, Jamestown, B.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HANEY, James P., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. HILLIARD, Silas, New Harbour. Died of wounds in France, August 24, 1917. HANN, George, Wesleyville. Died of wounds in London, Sept. 9, 1917. HENNESSEY, Patrick J., Bay de Verde. Lost in torpedoed Saint Ronald, Sept. 19, 1917. HARDING, William, Renews. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HANNON, Frank, Sergeant, Harbour Main. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HOYLES, Joseph, Brookfield. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HANN, William S., Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HART, John, Island Harbour, Fogo. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HOUSE, John, Greenspond. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. HERDER, Arthur J., Second Lieutenant, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 1, 1917. HURDLE, Arthur W., Dunfield. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 1, 1917. HART, Jonas, Horwood. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. HARRIS, Eugene, Glovertown. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 30, 1917. HIBBS, John L., Topsail. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 6, 1917."
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 16) INGRAM, Moses A., C., Harbour Buffett. Died of wounds in France, March 16, 1917. INDER, Hubert S., Springdale. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 20, 1917. IVANY, William M., English Harbour, T.B. Killed in action in France, Dec 3, 1917. JERRETT, Frank, Sergeant. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1917. JEANS, John A., Catalina. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JEFFERS, Silas, Freshwater, B.D.V. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JACKMAN, Michael J., Bell Island. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JOHNSON, Alfred, Teignmouth, England. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. JACOBS, Harold G., Northern Bay. Died at Doual, in German hands, April 19, 1917. JONES, James, Point of the Bay, Laurenceton. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 11, 1917. JANES, George, Britannia Cove. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. JONES, Nathaniel, Whitbourne. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917. JANES, Stephen, Bishop's Falls. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 6, 1917. JANES, Darcie H., Ramea. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 4, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 17) KING, William, Placentia. Killed in action in France, Jan. 28, 1917. KING, George J., South Side, St. John's. Died of wounds in Rouen, March 8, 1917. KENT, Martin P., Lance Corporal, Placentia. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. KNOTT, Cecil J., Burgeo. Died of wounds at Mulheim, Germany, May 2, 1917. KING, Arthur, Broad Cove, Bay de Verde. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. KIRBY, William Alma, Harbour Buffett. Died in Fever Hospital, St. John's, Jan. 20, 1917. KELLY, Michael F., Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KING, Joseph A., Broad Cove, Bay de Verde. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. KELLY, Frank, Ireland's Eye. Died of wounds in France, August 14, 1917. KEEFE, Saul, Twillingate. Died in German hands in France, April 14, 1917. KAVANAGH, John J., Burin. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 9, 1917. KEOGH, Martin, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. KEEPING, Solomon, Ramea. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. KNOTT, William, Sally's Cove, St. Barbe. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 18) "LUCAS, Frederick W., St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Jan. 28, 1917. LEWIS, Gordon C., St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Jan. 28, 1917. LeROCHE, James H., Port au Basques. Killed in action in France, Jan. 28, 1917. LeMESSURIER, Wallace, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. LANGER, John, Thoroughfare, T.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. LILLY, Augustus, Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LINEHAN, David, John's Point, St. Mary's Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LUKINS, George, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. LIND, Francis T., Little Bay, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. (Can't read this entry) LeDREW, John F., Change Islands. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. LeGROW, Walter, Spencer St. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. LAMBERT, John, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, August 16, 1917. LUFFMAN, Henry G., Lance Corporal. Killed in action in France, Sept. 26, 1917. LAWRENCE, William G., Garnish. Killed in action in France, Sept. 28, 1917. LEDINGHAM, Captain James A., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. LANE, Gideon H., Jamestown. Died in enemy hands in Germany, 1917. LILLY, William J., Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. LEARY, Charlie, Lance Corporal, Brigus. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. LITTLE, James H., Bonavista. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. LACEY, George B., M.M., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. LANNON, James, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. LIDSTONE, Harold, M.M., Corporal. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. LANGMEAD, George, Lieutenant, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 8, 1917."
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 19) "McLEOD, Neil, Lance Corporal. Killed in action in France, Oct. 1, 1916. McKAY, Patrick John, Holyrood, R.N.R. Drowned May 18, 1917. McNIVEN, William B., Portugal Cove Road. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. McDOUGALL, Alexander, Govan, Scotland. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. McGRATH, Ronald B., Corporal, Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, August 13, 1917. McDONALD, Bernard, Norris Arm. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 26. McKENZIE, William, Cartwright, Labrador. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. MURPHY, Lawrence, Conception, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. MULLINGS, Gordon A., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Jan. 20, 1917. MUGFORD, Jacob, St. John's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. MURRAY, James, Heart's Content, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. MOORE, James E., Sergeant, Grand Falls. Died of wounds in France, Feb. 8, 1917. MANUEL, Samuel W., Exploits, Second Lieutenant. Died of wounds in France, March 4, 1917. MADDOCK, William, Bandsman, Glasgow. Died at Ayr of Bronchitis, March 17, 1917. MARCH, Joseph, Burgoyne's Cove, T.B. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. MAIDMENT, Arthur E. W., Trinity. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. "
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 20) MERCER, Allan, South River, Conception Bay. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. MERCER, Nathan, Upper Island Cove. Died of wounds in France, April 21, 1917. MYERS, Albert, St. John's. Drowned in Harbour when on sick leave, July 12, 1917. MITCHELMORE, Isaac, Green Island Cove, St. Barbe. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. MARSH, William L., Deer Harbour, T.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. MEEHAN, Bernard, St. Mary's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. MUDFORD, Luke, Little Beaver Cove, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. MITCHELMORE, George, Green Island Cove, St. Barbe. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. MUDFORD, Bennett, Cottle's Island, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, William J., Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, July 8, 1917. MARTIN, Stephen A., Torbay. Died of wounds in France, July 8, 1917. MARTIN, Eric S., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MORRIS, James R., Robinson's Head. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MURPHY, Edward J., Mundy Pond Road. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MERCER, Robert, Blackstown. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MILLER, George, Topsail. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 21) MORRIS, Kenneth M., Lower Isl. Cove. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MOYES, Alan, Topsail. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MURPHY, Lawrence, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MORRISSEY, John T., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MOORE, Eric, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. McLEE, Thomas, South Side, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MAHONEY, Malcolm C., Carbonear. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MADDIGAN, Richard J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MASTERS, William, Harbour Buffett. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. MAHER, Leo Joseph, R.N.R. Killed on mined trawler Caren Castle, June, 1917. MURPHY, Thomas, Lance Corporal, Charlottetown, B.B. Killed in action in France, July 10, 1917. MOORE, Albert, Rose Blanche. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. MOORES, Albert, Pouch Cove. Killed in action in France, Sept. 28, 1917. MORGAN, Robert S., Corporal, South River. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 10, 1917. MESH?, Joseph, Keels. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. MORRIS, Frank, Trinity. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. MUTFORD, Albert J., Twillingate. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. MILLER, Benjamin, Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. MEANEY, John A., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. MOLLOY, William, St. Lawrence. Died of wounds in France, ??? ??, 1917. MORRIS, Edward A., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 22) NORMAN, Walter H., Cupids, Sergeant. Killed in action in France, Feb. 27, 1917. NORMAN, William H., Bay Roberts. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. NEWELL, Victor, Bareneed. Died at Ayr County Hospital, July 17, 1917. NEWHOOK, George F., Dildo, Trinity Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. NELSON, Charles, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. NICHOLS, Campbell W., Deer Lake. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. NOONAN, Henry C., Co. Sergt-Major, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, August 26, 1917. NICHOLLE, Edward C. Q. Sergt.-Major, Grand Bank. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 10, 1917. NICHOLLS, Levi M., Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, Oct. 8, 1917. NOSEWORTHY, William, Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. NORTH, Robert, Bay Roberts. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 23) O'KEEFE, Thomas J., Ferryland. Killed in action in France, Jan. 28, 1917. OGDEN, John Joseph, Campbell's Creek, St. George's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. OLSEN, Joseph, St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. O'NEIL, Ambrose A., Fermeuse. Died of wounds in France, April 22, 1917. O'KEEFE, William J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'DRISCOLL, Albert, Tor's Cove. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'LEARY, James J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'FLYNN, Michael J., Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'NEIL, Michael J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'BRIEN, William V., Avondale. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. O'BRIEN, (No Name), Placentia, R.N.R. Died in Jensen? Camp, July 29, 1917. O'KEEFE, Edward, St. John's. R.N.R. Lost in steamer (none specified), August 14, 1917. OAKE, Henry, Change Islands. Die of wounds in France, August 16, 1917. ORGAN, John, Great Jarvis, F.B. Died of wounds in France, Sept. 23, 1917. O'TOOLE, Frank, Lieutenant, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 12, 1917. O'NEIL, Patrick, M.M., Fermeuse. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. OLDFORD, Hubert, Squid Tickle. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 24) "PEDDLE, Richard, Lance Corporal, Badger. Killed in action in France, Dec. 5, 1917. PUDDICOMBE, Cook's Harbour, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. PERRY, Alfred, Ward's Harbour, Notre Dame Bay. Died of wounds in France, Jan. 21, 1917. PEYTON, Joseph, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Feb. 28, 1917. POWELL, Garland, Happy Adventure, B.B. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. PENNEY, Simeon T., Deer Island, B.B. Died of Pneumonia in France, March 16, 1917. PAUL, Stephen J., Bishop's Falls. Died of Tuberculosis in Ayrshire, March 20, 1917. POWER, John Joseph, St. John's, R.N.R. Drowned as a result of a collision, March 1917. PENNEY, William E., Corporal, English Harbour, Trinity Bay. Died of wounds in France, April 28, 1917. PETITE, Philip, Sergeant, English Harbour, Fortune Bay. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. PIKE, Manuel E., St. Lawrence. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. PENNEY, William H., Carbonear. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. PHILLIPS, Robert, Burgoyne's Cove, T.B., R.N.R. Killed when the Trawler Othouna was mined, April 24, 1917."
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 25) PHILLIPS, George, M.M. and Russian Decoration, Whitbourne. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. PARSONS, Bernard C., Flat Island, Placentia Bay. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. PARSONS, Charles H., Sandy Point, Bay St. George. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. POPE, Robert, Burnt Arm, Botwood. Died of wounds in France, April 21, 1917. PARRELL, John R., Pine's Cove, St. Barbe. Died in hospital at Liverpool, May 3, 1917. PEYTON, Stephen, Joe Batt's Arm. Died of wounds in France, April 24, 1917. POWER, William J., St. John's. Killed in action, April 23, 1917. PEARCE, Samuel R., Twillingate. Died of wounds in France, April 14, 1917. PELLEY, Clarence, George's Brook, T.B. Killed in action in France, April 24, 1917. PAYNE, Stephen, Harbour Grace. Died of wounds at Hamborn, Germany, May 10?, 1917. PITCHER, Charles, Burgoyne's Cove, T.B. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. PORTER, Robert B., Co. Sergt. - Major. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PIKE, George E., Lance Corporal, Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PIKE, James J., Avondale. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PARSONS, Charles A., Stephenville Crossing. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 26) PIERCEY, John C., Norman's Cove. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PORTER, Archibald H., Change Islands. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PINSENT, Stewart, Dildo, Trinity Bay. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PAUL, Reginald J., Burin. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PENNEY, Josiah H., Carbonear. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. POWER, James M., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PARSONS, Aubrey, Lumsden, Fogo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PENNEY, Augustus, Holyrood. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. PARSONS, Pierce, Lumaden, Fogo. Died of wounds in France, August 18, 1917. PETRIE, Walter James, St. John's. Drowned when the S.S. Richard de Lorrings was torpedoed off Ireland, Oct. 8, 1917. PERRY, Warwick, Kelligrews. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 9, 1917. PITCHER, Walter, M.M., Sergeant, Old Bonaventure. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. PYE, Edward, Victoria. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. POWERS, Richard, Cupids. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. PARDY, George R., Little Harbour, Fortune Bay. Died of wounds in France Dec. 5, 1917. PARSONS, William T., Salmon Cove, B.D.V. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 14,1917. PITCHER, Corbett, New Harbour. Killed in action in France, Dec. 1, 1917. PERRY, Reuben O., River of Ponds, St. Barbe. Died of wounds in France, Dec 24, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 27) "QUINTON, A.E., Bonavista Bay. Died at Jensen Camp, June 27, 1917. QUIGLEY, Michael J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RANDELL, Frederick, Fogo, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. ROGERS, Simeon, St. John's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. ROSE, James, Victoria, Carbonear, R.N.R. Killed in trawler Euston, Feb. 1917. READER, Alexander, Bonavista. Killed in action in France, Feb. 25, 1917. ROOST, William, Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, March 2, 1917. RIDGLEY, John B., Little Bay. Died of wounds in France, April 16, 1917. RAYNES, Frederick, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. RODGERS, Thomas B?., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. RYALL, Robert S., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. REID, Charles A., Lance Corporal, La Polle. Died of wounds in France, April 21, 1917. ROSE, John, St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. RODGERS, Thomas, St. John's. Died of wounds in German hands at Doual, April 17, 1917. REID, Charles, Sergeant. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RENDELL, Arthur J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. ROWSELL, Edward C., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RODGERS, Edward J., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. "
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 28) RIDEOUT, Sidney, Moreton's Harbour. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. RICHARDSON, Patrick, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. REID, Joseph E., Heart's Delight. Killed in action in France, April 17, 1917. RICHARDSON, Frank, Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. RICE, Frederick B., Point Leamington. Died of wounds in France, August 19, 1917. REID, Allan, Heart's Delight. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. ROBERTS, Francis, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Oct. 11, 1917. RANDELL, Peter, Twillingate. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. ROBERTS, Albert, Bay du Nord. Died at Ayr, Nov. 1, 1917. ROLLS, Walter. Lance Corporal, Portland?, B.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. ROWE, Harry, Mott, Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. RIDEOUT, Keywood, Twillingate. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. RUSSELL, Melville R., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. RYAN, Patrick, Turk's Gut. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. ROSE, John, M.M., Lance Corporal, Clarke's Beach. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. ROSE, Cecil, Great Harbour, Fortune Bay. Killed in action in France, Dec. 2, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 29) SPURRELL, Richard, Random. Died of wounds in Rouen, Jan. 4, 1917. SMITH, Luke, Butter? Cove, Random, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. SELLARS, Richard S., Western Bay. Killed in action in France, Oct. 16?, 1916. SWEENEY, Patrick, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Feb. 27, 1917. SCANLAN, David, St. John's. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. SNOW, Levi J., Clarke's Beach. Died of wounds at Etaples, April 19, 1917. SAUNDERS, Charles, Cook's Harbour, R.N.R. Died of Tubercular Meningitis, April 25, 1917. SARGEANT, John, Badger. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. SAUNDERS, Fred J., Griquet. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. SNOW, William, Princeton, B.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. STONE, Harry J., Bell Island. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. SPENCER, H. Bennett, Twillingate. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. SOMERTON, Herbert, Portugal Cove, R.N.R. Lost on torpedoed or mined war vessel, April 20, 1917. SMART, Frank, Alexander Bay. Died suddenly in England of Uraemic Poisoning, May 22, 1917. SPURRELL, Walter J., Trouty, Trinity Bay, R.N.R. Lost in the torpedoed steamer Torrington, June 1917. SHEEHAN, Edward, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, July 8, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 30) SNOW, Fred E., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SPURRELL, Frank J., Lance Corporal, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SIMMS, George P., St. Anthony. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SIMMS, Robert R., St. Anthony. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SPARKS, George, Bell Island. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. STRATHIE, Harry G., Bonavista. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SMITH, Josiah, Hopeall, T.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SMALL, George S., Lewisporte. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SNELGROVE, John C., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SNOW, Douglas R., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SHAVE, Edwin L., Lance Corporal, Fogo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SHORT, Richard M., New Bonaventure. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. SNOW, John S., Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. STEPHENSON, John S., 2nd-Lieutenant, Leeds, England. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. SCOTT, Maxwell, Fogo. Died of wounds in France, August 3, 1917. STOODLEY?, Lyman, Grand Bank. Died of wounds in France, August 18?, 1917. SHARPE, Charles, Heart's Content. Died of wounds in France, August 17, 1917. SIMMS, John H., Fogo. Died of wounds in France, August 17, 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 31) SEAWARD, Horatius, Clarenville. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. SMITH, Donald, Bishop's Cove, Harbour Grace. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. SHERWIN, Samuel, England. Died of wounds in France, August 18, 1917. SNOW, Charles, Harbour Grace. Died in enemy hands, Germany, 1917. SEALEY, Frederick, The Dock, Port de Grave. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. SAMMS, George R., York Harbour. Died of wounds at Boulogne. Nov. 16, 1917. STARKS, Edward, Lance Corporal, King's Point. Killed in action, Oct. 9, 1917. SHORT, James, Bonavista. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. SIMMS, Leston, St. Anthony. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. SQUIRES, Cecil A., Gambo. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. SKINNER, William A., Grand John, Fortune Bay. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917. SHIWAK, John Jr., Lance Corporal, Rigolet, Labrador. Killed in action in France, Nov. 20, 1917. STROUD, John, Lance Corporal, Alexander Bay. Died of wounds in France, Dec 1, 1917. SULEY, John, Old Shop, T.B. Died of wounds in Rouen, Dec 7, 1917. SOMERTON, Peter, Bell Island. Died of wounds in France, Dec. 4, 1917. STRICKLAND, Walter, R.N.R., Frenchman's Cove, when armed Merchant ship Warsaw was sunk by enemy, Dec. 20, 1917. SHEEHAN, John J., Sergeant, St. John's. Died at Halifax, Dec. 1917.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 32) "TOBIN, Patrick F., St. John's. Died suddenly in Scotland, Dec. 27, 1916. TUCKER, John C., Port de Grave, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. TOBIN, Andrew, Great St. Lawrence. Died of Bronchitis in France, Jan. 31, 1917. TOME?, Augustus, King's Point, Notre Dame Bay. Died of wounds in France, Feb. 1, 1917. THOMSON, James Elliott, Second Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, March 3, 1917. TRUSCOTT, Thomas Joseph, St. John's, R.N.R. Accidentally drowned from H.M.S. Alsatian at Liverpool Docks, March, 1917. THORNE, Walter L., New Harbour. Died of wounds in France, April 14, 1917. TUFF, Frank P., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. THISTLE, Francis, Gander Bay. Died of wounds in France, April 30, 1917. TAYLOR, George, St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 23, 1917. TUFF, James R., Corporal, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, April 23, 1917. TAYLOR, George H., 2nd Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. TAYLOR, Charles F., South Side, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. TAYLOR, Alfred P., St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. TARRANT, Elias, Burnt Arm, Botwood. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. TAYLOR, Hedley, South Side, St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 16, 1917. TILLEY, Lawrence, Clarenville. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. "
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 33) TOOPE, Ernest, Ireland's Eye. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. TOBIN, James J. Second Lieutenant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1917. UPWARD, Pierce, Harry's Harbour. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. VOISEY, Richard P., St. John's. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. VAUGHAN, Oscar, Corporal. Died at Jensen Camp when on sick leave, July 5, 1917. VOKEY, Philip, Corporal, Dildo. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. WALTERS, Leslie E., Lamaline, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. WILLS, Herbert, Corporal, Grand Falls. Killed in action in France, Dec. 8, 1916. WHITE, Arthur E., St. George's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. Body recovered and buried in Ireland. WILLIAMS, Levi, Pouch Cove. Died of Meningitis at Windsor, N.S., Feb. 15, 1917. WILLIAMS, Alexander, Springdale. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. WHITE, Arthur C., Corporal, Catalina. Killed in action in France, April 14, 1917. WATTS, James P., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. WALTERS, Gilbert, Champney's, T.B. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. WISEMAN, Adolphus, Little Bay Island. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. WARREN, John H., Tack's Beach, P.B. Died of wounds in France, April 23, 1917. WHITE, Richard, Bacon Cove, Conception Bay. Killed in action in France, April 21, 1917. WHITE, Frederick, Durrell, Twillingate. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WINTER, Edward H.?, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
  THE YEAR'S HEROIC DEAD (Part 34) WHITE, William A., Rattling Brook, N.D.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WHELAN, Augustine, St. John's. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WARFORD, Garland, Upper Gullies. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WOODMAN, Kenneth, New Harbour, T.B. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WEST, Stanley, Carmanville. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WEST, Edward, Apsey Cove, Fogo. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. WELLS, Joseph W., St. John's. Killed in action in France, Aug. 14, 1917. WOOLFREY, Lewis, Horwood, Notre Dame Bay. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917. WALSH, James, The Goulds, Bay Bulls Road. Died in Hun Air Raid on Hospital in France, Aug. 21, 1917. WILLIAMS, Raymond V., Heart's Content. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. WATERFIELD, Joseph R., M.M., Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. WHITE, Alec J., Sussex, England. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917. WALSH, Thomas, Trinity Bay. Died of wounds in France, Nov. 21, 1917. WINSOR, Edgar, Sergeant, Wesleyville. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. WATTS, Wesley, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Oct. 9, 1917. WILLIAMS, Hugh, Springdale. Killed in action in France, Dec. 1, 1917. WHITE, Frederick J., Princeton, B.B. Killed in action in France, Dec. 3, 1917. WADE, Edgar, Elliston. Killed in action in France, Dec. 5?, 1917. YOUNG, Wallace, Flat Bay, St. George's, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. YETMAN, Clement, Harbour Grace, R.N.R. Lost in the Laurentic, Jan. 1917. YOUNG, John B., Sergeant, St. John's. Killed in action in France, Feb. 25, 1917. YOUNG, Harry L., Greenspond. Killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916. YETMAN, Michael, St. John's. Killed in action in France, August 16, 1917.

  OTHERS WHO PASSED AWAY THIS YEAR (1) W. C. NORMAN, Clarke's Beach. C.E.F. Capt. PATTEN, nephew of Mr. W. B. GRIEVE. E.E.F. Sergeant W. C. HOOD, Bay Roberts. Corp. H. FOWLER, Goulds, Brigus. Major Alec. JACKSON. M.C., R.E. Pte. H. FOWLER, Placentia, C.E.F. Lance-Corporal James MAHER, Placentia, C.E.F. Pte. W. BENNETT, Ship Cove. C.E.F. Pte. G. CRAM. C.E.F. Pte. S. L. MASON. C.E.F. Pte. F. MULLALY. C.E.F. Pte. J. T. GARRETT, C.E.F. Pte. H. B. MOORE. C.E.F. Pte. G. SQUIRES. C.E.F. Lieutenant Layton GREEN, nephew of Mr. W. H. CROWDY. Lieutenant Laurence CROWE, R.F.C., son of Mr. Harry J. CROWE. Pte. K. B. HUNT. C.E.F. Pte. J. C. PILOT, grandson of the late Rev. Canon PILOT. Pte. Walter GUY, son of Mr. William GUY of Carbonear. C.E.F. Pte. Gus MEEHAN, son of Mr. Charles E. MEEHAN. Pte. F?. FAGAN. C.E.F. Pte. A. J. COX. C.E.F. Pte. J. KENNEDY. C.E.F. Pte. C. I?. DAVIS, Witless Bay. C.E.F. Corporal A. R. GREENING. C.E.F. Pte. J. BATTEN. C.E.F. Lance Corporal J. BUDGEN. C.E.F. Pte. G. B. CARTER. C.E.F. Pte. T. WALSH. C.E.F. Pte. Neil O'REILLY, Placentia. C.E.F. Pte. John T. PARSONS, Curling. C.E.F. Pte. Herbert DIAMOND. C.E.F. Grandson of Capt. Levi DIAMOND. Pte. A. SHAVE, St. Mary's. C.E.F. Pte.Thomas ROUDE, Australian Imperial Force.
  OTHERS WHO PASSED AWAY THIS YEAR (2) "Pte. Robert Donald BREMNER, son of the late Robert BREMNER. Pte. Thomas WALSH, Placentia. C.E.F. Pte. Walter TAYLOR. C.E.F. Lieutenant Rev. John Fitzherbert ADAMS. R.F.C. Cathedral Parish. Corporal A. R. GREENING, Millertown. C.E.F. Captain Henry FEILDING, Coldstedam? Guards, cousin of Lady DAVIDSON. Captain George Howard BIRKLEY, of the Devons, grandson of the late William Archer ELLIS. Lieutenant Richard Hayward TAYLOR. P. O. Rifles, nephew of Messrs. Hedley and E. W. TAYLOR. Rev. John W. BAGGS, Broad Cove, Bay de Verde. Canadian Artillery. Pte. William CHAFE. C.E.F., son of Mr. L. T. CHAFE. Sergeant J. A. WHEATLEY, son of Rev. J. J. WHEATLEY. C.E.F. Lieutenant Edward William BELL, nephew of Dr. ROBINSON, Postmaster General. Edward P. MEANEY. R.N.R. Avondale. Albert Ernest WILLS, Royal Field Artillery. William Hele BLACKALL. C.E.F. Son of Dr. BLACKALL. Lance Corporal Alexander PITCHER. C.E.F. Pte. William SLADE, Salmon Cove. C.E.F. Pte. Ronald GRIMES. First Royal Warwickshires. Son of Supt. GRIMES. Pte. Andrew WILSON. C.E.F., son of Mr. Andrew WILSON, Secy. C.H.E. Pte. Neill O'REILLY, Placentia. C.E.F. Sergeant T. MORIARITY. C.E.F."

  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 1) ADAMS, William, Arnold's Cove, April 14, 1917. ADAMS, Otto H., LeMarchant Road, Oct. 9, 1917. BISHOP, Caleb G., Mundy Pond Road, April 14, 1917. BENNETT, Peter F., Field Street, April 14, 1917. BOYD, Alphonso, Tizzard's Harbor, April 16?, 1917. BOLLARD, George S., Woody Island, Placentia Bay, April 14, 1917. BOOTH, John, Peterhead, Scotland, April 14, 1917. BESON, Patrick, Joe Batt's Arm, April 14, 1917. BENNETT, Hector, Stephenville Crossing, April 14, 1917. BENOIT, Walter, Stephenville Crossing, April 14, 1917. BLACKMORE, Edgar, Pilley's Island April 14, 1917. BUTLER, James, Shoal Harbor, April 14, 1917. BRINSTON, George, North Harbor, P.B., Oct. 9, 1917. BENOIT, Benjamin, Conne River, Nov. 20, 1917. CRANE, Nathaniel, Lance Corporal, Upper Island Cove, April 14, 1917. CRANFORD, James F., Gilbert Street, April 14, 1917. CAKE, Alfred E., Cabot Street, April 14, 1917. CLARKE, Walter J., Springdale, April 14, 1917. COLLINS, G. W., Balsam Street, April 14, 1917. CRANE, Joseph, Tilton, April 14, 1917. COLBOURNE, B. S., Lance Corporal, Bishop's Falls, April 14, 1917. CROCKER, Job, Heart's Delight, April 14, 1917. CONNORS, Daniel F., Pouch Cove, April 14, 1917. CARROLL, Bernard, M.M., Corporal, Conche, April 14, 1917.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 2) CLARKE, William, Kearley's Harbour, Trinity Bay, April 14, 1917. CURTIS, Archibald, King's Cove, April 14, 1917. COLE, Samuel B., Second Lieut., St. John's, Oct. 9, 1917. CHRISTOPHER, Leo. J., Sergeant, St. Joseph's, Salmonier, Oct. 9, 1917. COOPER, Peter J., Waldegrave Street, Oct. 9, 1917. CLARKE, George S., Springdale, Oct. 9, 1917. CROUCHER, James E., Point Verde, P.B., Nov. 20, 1917. CAREW, Victor, Cape Broyle, Nov. 20, 1917. DONNELLY, William, Wickford Street, April 14, 1917. DICKS, Benjamin, Burgeo, April 14, 1917. ELLSWORTH, John T., Carmanville, April 14, 1917. EDDY, Alonzo, Clarenville, April 14, 1917. FRAMPTON, Harry, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917. FOLLETT, Albert, Grand Beach, April 14, 1917. FRANCIS, Albert E., Hermitage, April 14, 1917. FUDGE, Jeremiah, Pass Island, April 14, 1917. FREW, Macintosh, Corporal, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917. FLEMING, Richard, Bell Island, April 23, 1917. FRY, John, Flower Hill, Nov. 20, 1917. GARDINER, Cyril, D.C.M. and Bar, 2nd Lieut., British Harbour, April 14, 1917. GOSSE, Thomas J., Lance Corporal, Torbay, April 14, 1917. GROVES, Daniel, Goose Bay, Rigolet, April 14, 1917. GEAR, James J., Sergeant, Flower Hill, April 14, 1917. HODDINOTT, Ludwig D., Sergeant, Greenspond, April 14, 1917. HEALEY, John J., Cookstown Road, April 14, 1917. HEWLETT, Arminus, LaScie, April 14, 1917. HOLLETT, George, Burin North, April 14, 1917. HOLMES, Aubrey, Springdale, April 14, 1917. HUSSEY, Harold, Duckworth Street, April 14, 1917.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 3) HARVEY, Henry, Carew Street, April 14, 1917. HEARN, Augustine, Signal Hill Road, April 14, 1917. HARRIS, William C., Brooklyn, B.B., April 14, 1917. HYNES, Lemuel, E., Indian Islands, Fogo, April 14, 1917. HARDING, Ernest W., Little Bay, Fortune Bay, April 14, 1917. HALLIDAY, Abel, Britannia Cove, April 14, 1917. HYNES, William P., St. Brendan's, April 14, 1917. IVANY, William C., Lance Corporal, Jamestown, B.B., April 14, 1917. JACKMAN, Arthur J., Corporal, Angel Place, April 14, 1917. JOHNSON, George, Trouty, T.B., April 14, 1917. KEEPING, James C., Scilly Cove, Fortune Bay, ???????. KEATS, William, ??? ???, April 14, 1917. KAVANAGH, Edward, York Street, April 14, 1917. KING, William J., New Bonaventure, April 14, 1917. KNOWLING, William A., Little River, Bay St. George, April 14, 1917. KEEFE, Aloysius, South East Arm, Placentia, April 14, 1917. KEAN, Wallace, Troytown, B.B., April 14, 1917. KENDALL, Edward W., Ramea, Oct. 9, 1917. KEEPING, Mack, Fortune, Nov. 20, 1917. KEARSEY, Francis, Pennywell Road, Nov. 20, 1917. LEONARD, James, British Harbour, April 14, 1917. LeDREW, Herbert, British Harbour, April 14, 1917. LINFIELD, Ronald, Loon Cove, N.D.B., Nov. 20, 1917. McDONALD, Walter G., Brazil's Field, St. John's, Oct. 9, 1917. MIFFLIN, Chesley, Corporal, Spaniard's Bay, April 14, 1917. MERCER, William, Harbour Grace, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, Richard B?., Bull Cove, Burin, April 14, 1917. MOULTON, Herbert, Loon's Cove, Burin, April 14, 1917. MESHER?, Charles A., Mud Lake, Labrador, April 14, 1917.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 4) MARKS, Levi, Sandy Point, Burin, April 14, 1917. MERCER, Percey, Bay Roberts, April 14, 1917. MADORE, George A., Bay of Islands, April 14, 1917. MURRAY, Archibald, Adam's Cove, B.D.V., April 14, 1917. MESSERVEY, Arthur A., Sandy Point, Nov. 20, 1917. MANUEL, Arthur, Botwood, August 22, 1917. NEVILLE, William ?., Young Street, April 14, 1917. NORMORE, L???, ???well Harbor, April 14, 1917. NEWELL, Kenneth ?., Bareneed, April 14, 1917. NEVILLE, Richard, M.M., Topsail, April 14, 1917. OUTERBRIDGE, Norman A., 2nd Lieut., St. John's, April 14, 1917. O'BRIEN, Jas. J., Topsail, April 14, 1917. O'ROURKE, John Bay Roberts, April 14, 1917. PENNEY Arthur J., Co. Sergt.-Major, English Harbour, April 14, 1917. PRETTY, John, Chapel Arm, T.B., April 14, 1917. PENTON, Ignatius, Joe Batt's Arm, April 14, 1917. PENNEY, Alexander, Alexander Bay Station, April 14, 1917. PENNELL, Charles, Curling, April 14, 1917. PALFREY, Patrick, Gilmore Street, April 14, 1917. PIERCEY, Berkley, Hopeall, T.B., April 14, 1917. POWER, Francis, Signal Hill Road, April 14, 1917. PATEY, William W., St. Anthony's Bight, April 14, 1917. PEARCE, Hector, Clarenville, April 14, 1917. ROWSELL, Reginald, Capt. M.C., Bonavista, April 14, 1917. RIDEOUT, Thomas, Grand Falls, April 14, 1917. RIELLY, Peter, Corbin Burin, April 14, 1917. RYAN, Bernard, John Street, April 14, 1917.
  HEROES WHO ARE MISSING (Part 5) ROSE, George, Burgeo, April 14, 1917. RING, Thomas J. Mullock Street, April 14, 1917. ROWSELL, Gordon, Exploits, April 14, 1917. ROSE, Peter, Twillingate, April 14, 1917. RICHARDS, David, Little Braha, St. Barbe, April 14, 1917. ROSE, John, Murray Street, April 23, 1917. RIDEOUT, Garland, Neewtown B.B., April 14, 1917. SMITH, Samuel R., 2nd Lieut., Harbour Breton, April 14, 1917. SHIRRAN, Nelson, Corporal, Point Leamington, April 14, 1917. STONE, Henry, Old Bonaventure, April 14, 1917. ST. JOHN, John, Pennywell Road, April 14, 1917. SINNOTT, Sylvester, Mullock St., April 14, 1917. STEAD, Jabez, Musgravetown, April 14, 1917. SMITH, William H., Swift Current Placentia Bay, April 14, 1917. STRATTON, Fred, Valleyfield, April 14, 1917. TILLEY, Henry, Lance Corporal, Pennywell Road, April 14, 1917. TAYLOR, E. Fred., Lance Corporal, Maxse Street, April 14, 1917. TAYLOR, Richard H., Maxse Street, April 14, 1917. THOMAS, Frederick G., Hayward Avenue, April 14, 1917. TUCKER, Joshua, Winterton, April 14, 1917. VAUGHN, Joseph P., Leslie Street, April 14, 1917. VOKEY, Herbert, Little Harbour, Trinity Bay, April 14, 1917. VOISEY, Leo. M., Haggerty Street, October 9, 1917. WILLS, Clarence, Harbour Grace, April 14, 1917. WAY, Norman, Bonavista, April 14, 1917. WOOLRIDGE, James R., Trinity, April 14, 1917.

  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 1) "ANDREWS, Harold J., McFarlane Street. At Osnabruck, April 14, 1917. ABBOTT, Bela, Pool's Island. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. ATWOOD, George, Jamestown, B.B. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BARRON, Peter, St. John's. At Geissen, Germany, June 28, 1916. BURSEY, William Frederick, Caplin Cove, B.D.V., June 23, 1916. BRADBURY, Edgar James, Gower Street. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. BUTLER, Ernest, St. John's. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. BOLAND, Michael J., Duckworth St. At Osnabruck. BLACKALL, J. F. W., 2nd Lieut., R.F.C., Forest Road, May 21, 1917. BAULD, James, Victoria Cove, Gander Bay. At Munster, April 14, 1917. BANNISTER, Israel, Port Rexton. At Darmstadt, April 14, 1917. BROWN, John W., King's Cove. At Darmstadt, April 14, 1917. BELBIN, Herbert, Country Road, Bay Roberts. At Munster, April 14, 1917. BOONE, Lewis G., Seldom Come By. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. BLACKALL, John S., Sergeant, Peterhead, Scotland. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BELLOWS, Levi, Sergeant, Curling. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BANNISTER, Whitfield, Corporal, Port Rexton. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BROWN, John W., Mussel Harbour. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BELL, Matthew, Exploits. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BROWN, Robert, Grand Falls. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. BAIRD, Alexander M., 2nd Lieut., Brynmaur, Portugal Cove Road. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. "
  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 2) BASTOW, Albert C., Pennywell Road. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. COOMBS, Thomas, Sergeant, Spaniard's Bay. At Glessen, June 28, 1916. CALLAHAN, William J., LeMarchant Road. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. COX, Sydney, Bannerman Street, At Mulheim, april 14, 1917. CONRAN, Patrick, Bell Island. At Julich, April 14, 1917. CLOUSTON, Andrew M., 2nd Lieutenant, Patrick Street. At Langensalza. CALDWELL, Edward S., Sergeant, Brigus. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. CURTIS, Victor C., Burgeo, Lance Corporal. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. COSTELLO, John, Spaniard's Bay. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. CHAYTOR, William, Botwood. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. COOK, Eli, Port Rexton. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. CUFF, Heber, Corporal, Bonavista. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DENNIHEY, John T., Wabana. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. DWYER, Martin, Bell Island. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. DIAMOND, Frederick W., Flat Island, Placentia Bay. At Munster, April 14, 1917. DEMPSTER, James, Waterford Bridge Road. At Wahnlager, Julich, April 14, 1917. DAWE, Frank G., Corporal, Coley's Point. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DOODY, Matthew A., Corporal, Carbonear. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DAWE, Wilfred, Upper Gullies. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DELANEY, Bernard, Gull Island, Bay de Verde. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DICKS, John A., Harbour Buffett. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. DALTON, Frederick, Conception. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. EARLES, James J., Cabot Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. FOOTE, George William, Carbonear. At Duimen, November, 1917. FRAMPTON, William J., Lance Corporal, Signal Hill Road. At Duimen, April 14, 1917.
  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 3) FREAKE, Frederick, Lewisporte. At Hamein, April 14, 1917. FORTUNE, Edward, Jeffery's, Bay St. George. At Julich, April 14, 1917. FIANDER, Nathan, Codroy. At Julich, April 14, 1917. GOUDIE, George, Corporal, Grand Falls. At Munster, April 14, 1917. GRACE, William A., 2nd Lieutenant, Knight Street. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. GROUCHY, Horatio W., Pouch Cove. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. GARDNER, Fred J. L., British Harbour. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HOGAN, Patrick J., Thorburn Road. At Osnabruck, May 15, 1917. HALLETT, Jack, Balsam Street. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. HARRIS, Joseph, Grand Bank. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. HORWOOD, Albert, Harbour Grace. At Julich, April 14, 1917. HYNES, Frank, Bay L'Argent. At Darmstadt, April 14, 1917. HOGAN, Bernard J., Northern Bay. At Munster, April 14, 1917. HUSSEY, James H., Lance Corporal, Bunyan's Cove, B.B. At Julich, April 14, 1917. HAYES, Patrick, Bond Street. At Julich, April 14, 1917. HOOPER, Samuel, Rock Harbour, Burin. At Anhalt, Dursburg, April 14, 1917. HEALEY, Philip, Grand Falls. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. HARTLEY, Arthur P., Corporal, Essex, England. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HANN, Bertram G., Lance Corporal, Wesleyville. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HALFYARD, Stanley, Rennie's Mill Road. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HAYSE, Patrick J., Bollard Town, Placentia Bay. At Limburg, April 14, 1917.
  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 4) HEATH, Thomas, Botwood. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HUDSON, Lewis G., Adam's Cove. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. HURLEY, Robert J.?, Buchanan Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. JOY, Jeremiah, Hagerty's Lane. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. JESSEAU, Arthur F., Lance Corporal, Bay of Islands. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. JORDAN, Thomas J., Lance Corporal, Pouch Cove. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. JANES, Edward A., Back harbour, Twillingate. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. JONES, Heber, St. Phillips. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. KING, Samuel, Victoria Cove, Gander Bay. At Drusburg, April 14, 1917. KNOTT, Cecil J., Burgeo. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. KNEE, Matthew, Pool's Island. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. KEARLEY, W. J., Blaketown. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. KING, Herbert H., Charlottetown, P.E.I. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. LeGROW, Rueben, Bauline. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. LOVEYS, Aubrey W., Gilbert Street. At Hamborn. LUFF, William A., Exploits. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. McLEAN, Duncan J., Corporal, Scotland. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. McKAY, Michael J., Merrymeeting Road. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MURPHY, John, New Glasgow, formerly of St. John's since 1915, C.E.F. MARTIN, Edward J., Lime Street. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. MUISE, Moses, St. George's. At Darmstadt, April 14, 1917. MULROONEY, George, Circular Road. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. MOSS, Ethelbert, Corporal, Sailor's Island, B.B. At Drusburg, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, William, Harbour Grace. At Duimen, April 14, 1917.
  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 5) MOAKLER, John P., Sergeant, Pleasant Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MARCH, Charles L., Corporal, Old Perlican. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, Charles P., Corporal, Mundy Pond Road. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MANUEL, Hallett, Norris' Arm. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MARSHALL, John H., Gilbert Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, Leonard, Harbour Grace. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MARTIN, Norman, Harbour Grace. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MASTERS, William L., Harbour Buffett. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MEADUS, Cecil J., Scott Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MEYERS, Cornelius, Holland. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MOORE, Daniel J., Avondale. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MOORE, John F., Hamilton Avenue. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MORGAN, George, Upper Gullies. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MUTFORD, Hiram G., Twillingate. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. MANUEL, Alfred, M.M., Botwood. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. NOFTALL, Chesley, Broad Cove, Bay de Verde. At Dursburg, April 14, 1917. NOSEWORTHY, William, Clarenville. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. OXFORD, Walter, Botwood. At Duimen Westphalia, April 14, 1917. O'BRIEN, Alan F., Topsail. At Munster, April 14, 1917. OAKE, William D., Change Islands. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. OSMOND, Arthur F., Tizzard's Harbour. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. PEARCEY, William L., Boncloddy Street. At Darmstadt, April 14, 1917. PILGRIM, Alan, St. Anthony. At Anhalt, Dursburg, April 14, 1917. PITTMAN, Manuel, Conn River. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. QUINTON, William, Princeton, B.B. At Osnabruck. RICE, Nathan, St. John's. Captured at Neuve Chapelle, Summer 1915.
  PRISONERS OF WAR (Part 6) RIDGELEY, Hugert, Little Bay West. At Osnabruck. ROBERTS, Abraham, Point Leamington. At Munster, April 14, 1917. RICHARDS, Finley, Balsam St., Lance Corporal. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. ROWSELL, Hedley, Glenwood, Lance Corporal. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SAMSON, Edwin, R.N.R., Flat Island, B.B. March 1916. SMITH, Peter G., Lance Corporal. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. SNOW, Francis J., South Side, At Duimen, April 14, 1917. SQUIRES, Jack, Lime Street. At Osnabruck, April 14, 1917. SOPER, ???. At Drusburg, April 14, 1917. SMALL, Titus, Corporal, Lewisporte. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SKINNER, Edgar, Lance Corporal, St. Jacques. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SMITH, Donald M., Lance Corporal, Cupids. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SQUIRES, Kader, Salvage. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. STICK, Moyle?, Devon Row. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SMYTH, Thomas J., Bond Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SKEANS, Frank, George Street. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. SNOW, Jack, Manuels. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. TAYLOR, Edmund, Harbour Grace. At Mulheim, April 14, 1917. TAYLOR, Matthew, Harbour LeCou, at Juliet, April 14, 1917. THOMPSON, John, Larkin's Square. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. VAUGHAN, Herbert A., Leslie Street. At Duisburg?. VATERS, John E., Victoria, Carbonear. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. VERGE, Abram J., Winterton. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. WALSH, Enos S., Heart's Delight. At Osnabruck, April 14, 1917. WILLS, Harry, Grand Falls. At Duimen, April 14, 1917. WHEALEN, James M., Lance Corporal, New Gower St., At Limburg, April 14, 1917. WISEMAN, Charles, Heart's Delight. At Limburg, April 14, 1917. WOODS, John S., LeMArchant Road. At Limburg, April 14, 1917.

HONOURS LIST, DECEMBER 1916
(Those marked with an asterisk * are Newfoundlanders in other Regiments or Services.) The title of ROYAL has been conferred upon the Newfoundland Regiment by His Majesty King George.
  DISTINGUISHED SERVICE ORDER * Lieut.-Col. William Hodgson FRANKLIN, * Major WIGHTON, Lieut.-Colonel FORBES-ROBERTSON.
  MILITARY CROSS Captain James John DONNELLY, Captain Bertram BUTLER and Bar, Surgeon-Captain William H. PARSONS, R.A.M.C. Major Adolph Ernest BERNARD, Captain John Brine MITCHELL, Major Weston MARCH, Captain Arthur RALEY, Captain Reginald S. ROWSELL, Second Lieut. Gerald Guy BYRNE, *Major Alexander M. JACKSON, Captain James W. TACHER, R.A.M.C. Captain Rupert Wilfred BARTLETT and Bar, Lieutenant Kevin Joseph KEEGAN and Bar, Lieutenant-Colonel FORBES-ROBERTSON, Leutenant Jack TURNER. * Private Michael HARVEY, Captain R. Grant PATERSON, * Lieutenant John A. McGRATH, Lieutenant Ronald AYRE, R.F.C., (Captain), Captain Bert TAIT, Captain Joseph NUNNS, Second Lieutenant HICKS, Second Lieutenant CHAFE, * Lieut. A. R. BATSON.
  DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS * Lieutenant-Commander John T. RENDELL, R.N.R. * Lieutenant A. G. DODMAN, R.N.R.
  DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL Leander GREEN, R.N.R. Albert GREGORY, R.N.R. Martin POTTLE, R.N.R.
  DISTINGUISED CONDUCT MEDAL Sergeant William Martin GREENE, Private Richard HYNES, * Sergeant Albert George DUFFETT, Private William J. GLADNEY, Sergeant Peter SAMSON, Sergeant Cyril GARDNER and Bar (Second Lieutenant), Lance Corporal William BENOIT, * Company Sergt.-Major Arthur HANDCOCK, Private Martin PICCO, *Sergeant William LEWIS, Sergeant T. J. DUNPHY, Corporal H. R. RAYNES, Sergeant SPURRELL, Sergeant PURCELL, Sergeant MURPHY, Corporal HOLLETT, Private SUTTON.
  MILITARY MEDAL * Corporal George Tremaine COWAN, Private Stewart DEWLING, Lance Corporal John COX, Private George PHILLIPS, Private Thomas White McGRATH, Second Lieutenant Harold George BARRETT, Corporal John Joseph MORRISSEY, Private Matthew COLLINS, * Sergeant Ralph LEWIS, Sergeant Richard NEVILLE, Lance Corporal Arthur WEBBER, Private Alfred MANUEL.

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