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Pilley's Island - WWI Monument

The following are names of the young men from Pilley's Island (Green Bay) who died as a result of their service during WWI. These names are inscribed on a monument located on a hill near the old Methodist Church at Pilley's Island. At the time of copying this list, night was closing in and I hurriedly noted the names as they were read out to me, so for the surnames JONES and JANES, I cannot fully trust my notes here - it could be JANES or JONES but I believe it is as written.

Headstone inscriptions were transcribed by BARBARA PEDERSON, October 1998. While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there may be typographical errors.

NAME DEATH AGE
Arthur PITTMAN killed Dec.3, 1917 aged 24 years
Pierce RIDOUT died Apr. 27, 1918 aged 23 years
John DEAN died Aug. 9, 1918 aged 28 years
Adolphus LOCKE died Dec. 3, 1918 aged 22 years
John James MAY died Oct. 18, 1918 aged 20 years
Henry SIMMS died Oct. 25, 1918 aged 21 years
George B. JONES died July 1, 1917 aged 24 years
Stephen JANES died July 1, 1917 aged 22 years
George SIMMS died Dec. 30, 1915 aged 27 years
Albert Edgar GUY died Nov. 30, 1917 aged 20 years
Edgar [?] BLACKMORE died Apr, 14, 1917 aged 21 years
Frederick B. RICE died Aug. 17, 1917 aged 21 years
William C. HUSTINS died Apr. 2, 1920 aged 27 years.

1998 Barbara Pederson and NL GenWeb
Notre Dame Bay West / Exploits