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Old 19-03-12, 07:40 PM
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I can't read the title scrolls but are the arms not (L - R) Japan, Belgium, UK, France, Russa and Serbia? With Canada at the base?
The scrolls read pretty much as you have already gathered - but he's put 'Britain' in lieu of UK.

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Old 19-03-12, 07:55 PM
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I would like to take a crack at this but cannot see it well enough. PM sent
I've tried sending you the original photo. Let me know if it's still no good and I'll try again.
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I've tried sending you the original photo. Let me know if it's still no good and I'll try again.
Just so everyone is aware. Craig sent me a good sized photo of the Roll. I found there is a very strong connection to the Manitoba Regiment.

As I had a long journey into work this morning, combined with the typical Monday insanity, I am simply too tired to persue this further today.


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This is the one for my Great Uncle. James Laidlaw CAMC CEF, care of the National Archives of Canada.
That is his page from the Book of Remembrance in The Memorial Chamber (in The Peace Tower).
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/images/col...ww1/ww1115.jpg

In St Mark's Anglican Church in Barriefield there are list of names of parishioners who served during wartime. Perhaps The Roll of Honour is for a village or church - and not necessarily soldiers who died.

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That is his page from the Book of Remembrance in The Memorial Chamber (in The Peace Tower).
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/images/col...ww1/ww1115.jpg

In St Mark's Anglican Church in Barriefield there are list of names of parishioners who served during wartime. Perhaps The Roll of Honour is for a village or church - and not necessarily soldiers who died.

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He died in of Pneumonia in 1916 while at home on leave from the 1st FA Training Depot, CAMC, London, Ontario, and is buried at St. John's Anglican Church in Sandwich, Ontario.

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