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Estevan- WWI & WWII, War Memorial

Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada


IN MEMORIAM
WWI - WWII


The Red Ensign
They Fought Under This Flag


The Red Poppy

For God and Country, These Gave Their Lives, Lest We Forget
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

I dedicate this page to the memory of Captain Frederick (Fred) Charles Slater
(July 9, 1919- Feb 12, 1981)
buried in Estevan City Cemetery
Father of a friend of mine, from Hillside
Mr. Slater was also the designer of the Estevan Flag, as well as Sergeant at Arms, for the Estevan Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 60


Estevan Cenotaph Dec 1929
Note there was an old Cannon on the site back then, which supposedly was stolen, and found years later. Will need to research that story more.


Estevan Cenotaph Plaque
taken 2013 by Larry Preddy
Individual sections below


Sept 29, 1952
Meeting at the Canadian Legion, Estevan Branch No. 60
(courtesy Grant Walker, California)

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World War I
1914 - 1918

Honour Roll, of Legion Branch #60
Those that Died serving their Country Individual Record Section

WWI, Alphabetical

Samuel “Sam” Adams
b- July 2, 1883 in Belfast, Ireland
d- Oct 8, 1916, Age 33
Instantly killed in his dugout, near battalion Headquarters,
by a shell, in the operations on that date, in the Somme area.
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted in Quebec, Nov 18, 1914
Service # 63065, Rank- Private, Church of England
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 4th Batt
23rd Batt, written across his attestation form
Occupation- Labourer,
Son of the late Samuel and Eliza Adams,
of 82 Shankhill Rd., Belfast Ireland,
husband of Theodosia Johns (formerly Adams)
of 1313 3rd St. Estevan SK

William Henry T. Balls
b- Jan 15, 1873 in Norwich, Norfolk, England
d- April 9, 1917
Killed in Action, Vimy Ridge
Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- IV. A. 10.
Enlisted in Estevan, Nov 29, 1915, age 42 & 10 months
Service #985035, in Attestation form
#925035 in Veteran Affairs info
Rank- Private, Methodist
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt.
Previous Service, 13 years, 12th Suffolk, Regiment, England
Occupation- Farmer, Methodist on attestation form
Baptist on 1911 census
Occupation 1911, Brick Burner at the Brickyard
Married, bet Oct-Dec 1902, Reg in Islington Dist., London, England
wife- Margaret Blanche Balls, nee Welsh
b- Dec 31, 1886, in England
d- June 16, 1966, age 79
buried in Estevan City Cemetery
She came to Estevan in 1910
One daughter, Edith Balls, b- June 1910

Mark Binks
b- Apr 1883 in England
d- May 6, 1917, age 35
immigrated to Canada in 1894
1911, occupation Steam Fireman, Coal Mine, Methodist
Svc #925443
Army- Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 28th Batt.
Commemorated on Page 201 of the WWI Book of Remembrance
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

Walter Fredman Blackburn
b- Nov 30, 1895, in Lemarz, Iowa, USA
d- Oct 2, 1918, age 22
Bramshott (St. Mary) Churchyard, Hampshire, England, Grave Reference: II. C. 10
Enlisted May 14, 1918, in Regina SK.
Service #260726, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, SK. Regiment, 15th Reserve Batt
address R.R. No1, Estevan
Occupation- Farmer, Presbyterian, married
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Blackburn, of Mount Green, SK
Husband of Mrs. E. E. Bell (formerly Blackburn) of Kimberley BC
attestation form says Jane Blackburn was his wife

Franklin Thomas Brandon
b- Aug 16, 1889 in Hollin P.O., ON.
d- July 5, 1918, age 24
Drayton (Victoria) Cemetery
Ontario, Canada
Enlisted Apr 27, 1918 in Regina SK.
Service #259524, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment,
living in Macorin P.O. SK
Occupation- Bookkeeper, Single, Methodist
Medical examination in Weyburn
Son of James Alexander Brandon
and Charlotte Proctor Brandon, of Drayton, ON

Howard Victor Brindley
b- July 22, 1892 in Wolverhampton, Stafford, England
d- June 7, 1916, age 23
Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, Belgium, Grave Ref- I. G. 5.
Enlisted in Estevan, Jan 9, 1915, Svc #426321
Army, Canadian Infantry, BC Regiment, 29th Batt
occupation- Farm Labourer, Church of England
Brother of Mrs. Edith Gabriel, of Baptiste Lake, Ontario
father- Albert John Brindley,
b- Oct 28, 1863 at 58 Snow Hill, in the City of Wolverhampton
Mother, Jane Adams died in 1929, buried in Stafford.
They married Dec 23, 1888,
at the Trinity Weslayen Chapel on Compton Rd. in Wolverhampton
All children were sent to Canada.
Youngest son George died in 1904, buried in Wolverhampton.
Howard's Grandparents were Henry and Eliza Brindley, formerly Adams.
Howard's siblings:
Norman Vincent, Edith Mary, Evelyn Alice and George Reginald Brindley

Sidney Britton
b- Jan 28, 1891, in England
d- Apr 12, 1917, age 26
Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France- Grave Ref- II. A. 10.
Enlisted in Estevan, Sept 15, 1915
Single, Farmer, Church of England
Service #427607
Army, Canadian Infantry, Quebec Regiment, 13th Batt Son of Henry James and Louisa Britton
of Audley End, Lawshall, Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, England
Harold Bryant
b- Apr 19, 1885 in Godston, Surrey, England
d- Apr 9, 1917, age 31
Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref- III. B. 19.
Enlisted in Estevan, Nov 29, 1915
Service #925039, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 4th Batt
Previous service, 12 years Kings Royal Rifles
Occupation- Labourer, married, Salvationist
Husband of Jessica Bryant, nee Bentley,
Church St., Eden Bridge, Kent, England
She was living in Estevan when he enlisted
Their marriage was Reg. bet. Oct-Dec 1908,
in Sevenoaks District, Kent, England
Infantry- Reported Killed in action, May 7, 1917

David Buchanan
b- Oct 21, 1889 in Donemana,
(also spelled Dunamanagh, Donemanagh and Dunnamanagh),
County Tyrone, Northern Ireland
d- Apr 28, 1917, age 27
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Jan 6, 1916, in Estevan
Service #925170, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt.
Living in Estevan when he enlisted,
Occupation- School Teacher, single, Church of England
Son of John and Margaret Buchanan, of Tyrone, Ireland
next of kin his sister, Mrs C. B. Kenning,
living at The Nook, Clay Cross, Derbyshire, England
Clay Cross motor trade pioneer Sir George Kenning, related?

Francis Douglas Bulmer
b- Sept 25, 1896 in ON
d- June 13, 1916
Bramshott (St. Mary) Churchyard, Hampshire, England, Grave Ref- I. H. 12
Also a headstone in Bienfait SK Cemetery for him
Service #426567, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, South Saskatchewan Regiment, 46th Batt
father- John Francis (Frank) Bulmer, (married 3 times, Annie was his 2nd wife)
mother- Annie Bulmer, nee Harris (previously married to a Samuel Hilton Rock)
Frank Bulmer, his father, was born in Staynor, Ont, in 1862, and came to Taylorton SK in 1902,
Where he was employed at the W. L. Hamilton, M. & S. and Taylorton Mines on different occasions.
He homesteaded three miles east of Bienfait, and afterwards operated various farmer's mines, in the vicinity of Taylorton and Roche Percee.
He moved to Bienfait in 1926 and erected a bungalow on Main Street.
His Mom and Dad are buried in Bienfait as well

Andrew Campbell
b- Dec 29, 1888, in Dundee Scotland
d- Mar 26, 1916, in France?
R. E. Farm Cemetery, Belgium, Grave Ref- III. B. 4.
enlisted in Quebec, Nov 18, 1914
Occupation- Gardener, Single, Presbyterian
Service #63237, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 4th Batt.
next of kin David Campbell, PO Box 373 Estevan SK

G. B. Clark

R. Clarke

Joseph Cooper
b- May 3, 1891 in Charlesworth, Derbyshire, England
d- Oct 2, 1918, age 27
Chapel Corner Cemetery, Sauchy-Lestree, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- F. 21
Enlisted Nov 29, 1915 in Estevan
Service #925044, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt.
Living in Estevan when he enlisted
Occupation- Clerk, single, Church of England
Son of Alfred E. and Robenia Cooper,
Marple Rd., Charlesworth, Derbyshire, England

F. Craharat I believe this might be Frederick “Fred” Crahart
b- Sept 22, 1894, Wadebridge, St. Kew, Cornwall, England,
baptized Nov 27, 1894, United Methodist Church,
Camelford and Wadebridge circuit, Cornwall, England
d- Apr 28, 1917 at Arleux
Vimy Memorial
killed in action, 5th Batt, Sask Regiment, Private, Methodist
son of John Crahart, PO Pendoggett, Wadebridge, Cornwall, England
Mother- Annie Louisa Mules
they were married bet Jan-Mar 1889, in Bodmin Reg Dist, Cornwall
Fred was a labourer at Macoun SK
Fred enlisted in Estevan Dec 31, 1915
reg #925147
his brother Thomas Henry Crahart also enlisted.
He was born Dec 15, 1890
Thomas was a chauffeur who lived in Winnipeg at the time he enlisted.
He enlisted after his brother was killed.

Allan Walter Day
b- Apr 3, 1894 in Hastings, Sussex, England
d- Oct 8, 1916, age 24
reported killed in action Oct 11, 1917
Adanac Military Cemetery, Somme France, Grave Ref- VI. C. 18
Enlisted in Estevan, Apr 13, 1915
occupation- Machine Helper, Single, Church of England
Sergeant, Service #426932
Army, Canadian Infantry, Quebec Regiment, 13th Batt Son of Mrs. Deedamia Lee, of 17, Herbert St., Mile End, Portsmouth, England

John Watson Dickie
b- April 4, 1895 in Dundonald, Scotland
d- Apr 9, 1917
Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- III. E. II.
Enlisted Dec 29, 1915 in Estevan
Service #925118, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt.
Living in Estevan when he enlisted
Occupation- farmer, single, Roman Catholic
next of kin- Mother- Margaret Dickie, living in Estevan
Infantry- Reported killed in action May 7, 1917

Samuel Drader
b- Feb 14, 1894 in Inverary, South Frontenac, ON
d- June 27, 1916, age 29
Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, Belgium, Grave Ref- Panel 24 - 26 - 28 - 30
Enlisted Apr 27, 1915, in Estevan
Service #426936, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Quebec Regiment, 13th Batt
Occupation- Miner, Single, Free Methodist
Son of James Aaron Drader and Sarah Ann Drader of Socrates, SK, When he enlisted his father was living in Hitchcock SK

Erick Drage
b- Sept 11, 1884 in Feios Sogen Norway
d- Sept 29, 1918, age 34
Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France, Grave Ref- I. E. 8.
Enlisted Jan 8, 1918, in Regina SK
Service #256880, Rank- Private
Army, 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles, Saskatchewan Regiment
Living in Estevan when he enlisted,
Occupation- Coal Miner, Single, Presbyterian
next of kin- Ole Sjursen Drage, Feios Sogen, Norway
(Feios Gjori, Larsdatter Drage)

W. Fitzpatrick (Wilfred?)

Stanley (Walter) Goodchild
b- Nov 24, 1891 in Hundon, Suffolk, England
d- Oct 4, 1915, age 23
Berks Cemetery Extension, Belgium, Grave Ref.- III. B. 49
father- William Goodchild
mother- Sarah Goodchild
who lived at Ash Mount, Shafton, Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
Reg #426906
Enlisted in Estevan, Jan 12, 1915, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 10th Batt
occupation- Farm Hand, Single, Presbyterian

Arthur Halliday
b- July 31, 1895 in Morley, Yorkshire, England
d- Dec 2, 1917
Harrogate (Grove Rd) Cemetery, Yorkshire, England, Grave Ref- H. 926
Enlisted in Estevan, Nov 29, 1915
Service #925054, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 102nd Batt
Address Estevan SK
married- Anna Halliday after enlisting as he is shown single on Attestation form
and next of kin originally- his father, Samuel Halliday, living at 32 Craven St. Harrogate, England
Occupation- Barber, Salvationist religion
Previous Military Experience- 3 years 20th Border Horse
Dr William Creighton was the medical officer

E. H. Hanson (Elton Hanson?)


John Charles Hargreaves
b- Mar 22, 1884 in Harrogate, Yorkshire, England
d- Apr 9, 1917, age 33
Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- III. B. II
Enlisted in Estevan, Nov 29, 1915
Service #925056, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Occupation- Teamster, Married, Salvationist Religion
next of kin- Linda Hargreaves, his daughter, living in Estevan
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hargreaves.

R. Harper

T. W. Harrison

S. B. Hodgson

William Shannon (Willie) Hodgson
b- Aug 21, 1894
d- Nov 27, 1917, age 23
Sucrerie Cemetery, Albain St. -Nazaire, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- II. B. 13
Enlisted Dec 11, 1915 in Estevan
Service #925059, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Citation- Military medal
Occupation- Farmer, Single, Free Methodist
Son of Mrs. Hester Shannon Hodgson, of Estevan SK
father- Edwin Hodgson died May 4, 1901 in ON
Hester was a widow who came from the village of Sunbury
near Kingston Ontario, to Estevan District, Mar 31, 1904,
with her family, Tillie, Ralph, Ella, Willie, Beatrice and Edna.
Daughter Alma was married and remained in ON.
William attended ECI
Hester moved to Vancouver BC in 1921,
and she died Mar 6, 1935, age 75

Elmer Emile Hoehne
b- Sept 11, 1897 in Morgan, Minn, USA
d- Oct 16, 1918, age 21
Bramshott (St. Mary) Churchyard, Hampshire, England, Grave Ref- III. B. 2.
Enlisted May 16, 1918, in Regina SK
Service #260992, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 15th Reserve Batt
Living in Roche Percee when he enlisted
Occupation- farmer, Single, Lutheran
Son of Henry and Mary Hoehne, of Roche Percee SK
Father- Henry Hoehne, d- Sept 12, 1939, age 77, Farmer
Mother- Mary ann Hoehne, d- Aug 22, 1952, age 88 and 3 mo,
both buried in Forest Glen Cemetery, S. of Estevan

W. Hutchings (Walter Rowland?)

Mervyn Edgar Jacques
b- Sept 13, 1891 in Gorrie, Garrie? Ontario
d- July 8, 1916, age 24
Menin Gate (Yprtes) Memorial, Belgium, Grave Ref- Panel 18 - 24 - 26 - 30
Enlisted Nov 18, 1914 in Quebec
Service # 63492
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 4th Batt.
Occupation- Farmer, Single, Baptist Religion
Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jacques, of Estevan, Saskatchewan.
Native of Lampman, Saskatchewan.

David T. Jones Sr.
-Wales & Estevan- Engineers
- reported wounded Oct 21, 1917

Percy Dennington Kisbey
b- Oct 2, 1895 in Manor SK
d- June 2, 1916, age 20
Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, Belgium, Grave Ref- Panel 10 - 26 - 28
Enlisted Apr 5, 1815 in Saskatoon SK
Service #A/11092, Rank- Lance Corporal
Army, Canadian Infantry, Eastern Ontario Regiment
Shown as a Student, Single, Church of England
Son of Richard Claudius Kisbey, of Estevan
1911 census shows 4 sisters:
Irene Ethel Kisbey, Lily Kisbey, Nora Logie Kisbey,
and Dorothy Evelyn Kisbey all born in SK
1894-1898 shows 2 born on 14-07-02-W2
His Father, born Jan 1862, in Belfast, Ireland, immigrated in 1882
He was a Rural Postman and Land Agent
in Moose Mountain area in 1890's
He was the Dominion Land Agent in Estevan, starting in 1901
and in 1911 census shown still doing that job.
One article says they came to Estevan in 1906?
Richard was on the first Board of Directors in 1911
for the Estevan Prairie Nurseries Ltd
He died Dec 7, 1941, buried in Estevan City Cemetery
His sister Irene was a School Teacher in 1911
His mother, Annie Logie Turriff, was not with the family in 1911
Kisbey family lived at 1330 3rd st. in Estevan
The village of Kisbey SK was named by the CPR
in Richard Kisbey's honour

Charles Vivian Knox
b- Dec 16, 1888 in Surrey, England
d- Apr 9, 1917
Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref- VI. C. 15
Enlisted Apr 27, 1916 in Weyburn SK
Service #925708, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 102nd Batt.
Wood Mountain address when he enlisted
Occupation- Farmer, Married, Church of England
Previous Service- 5 years Canadian Mounted Police
Next of kin- Wife- Mrs. Eva Martha Knox
living at Gollier, SK

Harold Avreal Johnstone Lackey
b- June 11, 1890 in Bell's Corners, ON
d- Apr 18, 1917, age 28
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Mar 10, 1916 in Weyburn SK
Service #925462, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 4th Batt
Living in Radville when he enlisted
Occupation- Drug Clerk, Single
Previous service, Cadet Instructor
Son of Rev. Isaac H. and Agnes Buchanan Lackey, of Radville, SK

Harry Campbell Lehman
b- Feb 18, 1893 in Huntsville ON
d- Oct 1, 1918, age 25
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Mar 9, 1916, in Estevan
Service #925509, Rank- Corporal
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 28th Batt
Living at Glen Ewen when he enlisted
Occupation- Tin Smith, Single, Methodist
Son of Jeanette R. Hughson (formerly Lehman)
of Burkes Falls, ON
and the late William Lehman
next of kin, his mother, Mrs Frank Hughson, Gilroy, SK

Noble Harrison Leonard
b- Mar 31, 1885 in Morden MB
d- Aug 29, 1918, age 23
Wancourt British Cemetery,Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- VIII. G. 28
Enlisted Dec 8, 1916
Service #1069213
Army, Canadian Infantry, Manitoba Regiment, 8th Batt.
Occupation- Chauffeur, Single, Methodist
Son of Arthur and Fidelia T. Leonard, of Red Deer, AB
Arthur was shown as living in Estevan when he enlisted

A. Levance
Reported wounded May 14, 1917

James Russell Lysons
b- Apr 28, 1891 in Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, England
d- Apr 9, 1917, age 26
Nine Elms Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- III. C. 19
Enlisted Jan 14, 1916 in Estevan
Service Number #925232, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Occupation- Farmer, Single, Methodist
Son of James Green Lysons, and Hannah Lysons
who was living at 106 North st., Ashton-in-Makerfield, Wigan, Lancashire, England

Frank Mallinson
b- June 19, 1891 in Stannington, Sheffield, England
d- Sept 11, 1916, age 25
Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France, Grave Ref- I. N. 28
Enlisted in Estevan, Jan 2, 1915
Svc #426239, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 10th Batt
Occupation- School teacher, single, Church of England
previous service- 3 years Royal Engineers Territorials
Son of Charles and Mary Ellen Mallinson,
of 35 Vere Rd., Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield, England.

C. S. Marr

Calvin (Cal) McDonald
b- Apr 19, 1888 in Alameda, SK
d- May 29, 1918, age 30
buried in Estevan City Cemetery, Grave Ref- P. 4. S. 6.
Enlisted Apr 26, 1918 in Winnipeg MB
Service #2147785, Rank- Trooper
Army, Fort Garry Horse
Occupation- Brakeman, Single, Presbyterian

Son of Peter McDonald, and Annie McDonald, nee Trussler, of Estevan, SK

G. N. McKay Lance Corp- Estevan
reported killed in action, Apr 30, 1917

R. McKinnon

Allen Frederick McQuoid
b- June 21, 1893 in Rochester, NY, USA
d- Apr 9, 1917, age 21
Canadian Cemetery No. 2, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- 3.C. 12.
Service #925126, Rank- Private
Enlisted in Estevan, Dec 27, 1915
living in Graham Hill SK when he enlisted.
Farmer, Single, Methodist religion
Army, Canadian Infantry, Central Ontario Regiment, 102nd Batt
Son of William and Sarah McQuoid
of 3711, South Barr St. Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
715 Taylor St, Fort Wayne on his attestation form

Jean Merlet
b- Nov 17, 1877 in Cruguel Moriban France
d- Oct 15, 1917
Nine Elms British Cemetery, Belgium, Grave Ref- V. F. 15
Enlisted in Estevan, Apr 26, 1915
Service #426935, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, South Saskatchewan Regiment, 46th Batt.
Occupation- labourer, married,
Previous Service- 1 year 116th Infantry Regiment,
Vannes, France, (Parisian Militia)
next of kin- Mrs. L. I?. Merlet, Oxbow SK
Wife- Florence Merlet, nee Fleury,
children, Paul, d-1954,
and Yvonne, d- 1980 in Penticton BC
Florence married Wilfred Charette in Oxbow,
and had 5 more children.
Florence d- Dec 1946, Wilfred d- Sept 1943

H. J. Miller

James Milne
b- Aug 3, 1881 in Dundee Scotland
Reported Missing Nov 10, 1916,
Infantry- #427496
Occupation when he enlisted Coal Miner
enlisted in Estevan Aug 16, 1915
next of kin- his wife, living in Bienfait when he enlisted
served in Boer War, 2nd Batt. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), where he served 9 mo. active service
immigrated in 1907 to Canada
1911 census shown married but wife not living with him.

A. Morin

Thomas William Mularky
b- June 1, 1898, Green Bay Wisconsin, USA
Svc #1069311
father, William Henry Mularky, living in Bienfait, when Thomas enlisted

William (Will) Murray
b- Jan 7, 1885, Morpth Co Northumberland, England
d- Sept 27, 1918, age 33
Haynecourt British Cemetery, Nord, France, Grave Ref- I. B. 13
Enlisted Feb 23, 1916 in Estevan
Service #925413, Rank Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Occupation- Checker, widower, living in Estevan, Methodist religion
Son of George Murray and Agnes Murray, nee Nicholson, of Northumberland, England
next of kin- Violet Murray, his daughter
George and Agnes Murray arrived in Estevan on June 10, 1903.
With them were sons Alex, and William (Will),
Daughter Agnes (later Clark)
and Annabel Nevin, who later married Will.
Annabel Murray, nee Nevin
b- 1894, d- Feb 21, 1914
George's Sons John and George
and Daughter Frances remained in England

L. Perkins

Ernest Phaneuf
b- Mar 16, 1896 in Montreal Quebec
d- July 30, 1918
Duisans British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
reported wounded May 9, 1917
Enlisted Nov 29, 1916 in Estevan
Living in Estevan when he enlisted
Service #925065, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Next of kin- Father- Joseph Phaneuf of Estevan, b- in Quebec
Occupation- Farmer, Single, Roman Catholic
Mother- Malvina Phaneuf, nee Duchesneau, b- in Quebec
siblings:
Marie Phaneuf, b- Apr 1894 in Quebec
Alice Phaneuf, b- Dec 1897 in ND, USA
Aleda Phaneuf b- Oct 1899, in ND, USA
Ralph Pahneuf, b- Nov 1903 in ND, USA
Noreete Phaneuf, b- Mar 1905 in SK
Leo Phaneuf, Oct 13, 1906 in Estevan SK
and Rene Adrien Phaneuf, b- Apr 1, 1908 in Estevan SK
1911 all living in Hillside, Estevan SK

Charles Pinkney
b- Jan 15, 1890, in Middlesborough, North Yorkshire, England
d- Nov 10, 1917, age 27
Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, Belgium, Grave Ref- Panel 18 - 26 - 28
Enlisted Jan 22, 1916, in Estevan
Service #925274, Rank- Sergeant
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Occupation- Carpenter, married, Church of England
Reported killed in action, Nov 25, 1917
wife next of kin, Emily Thompson Pinkney
living in Estevan when he enlisted
Son of John and Annie Pinkney, of West Hartlepool, England


Lester George Rooks
b- Nov 30, 1891, in Melita MB (see note below)
d- Apr 9, 1917 at Vimy Ridge
Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- 1914. VI. G. 26.
Enlisted Aug 24, 1914, in Ottawa
Enlisted in the P.P.C.L.I.
Regimental #826
he went overseas Nov 1914,
and into France and the trenches Christmas day 1914
Army, The Royal Canadian Regiment
Occupation- Watchmaker, Single, Church of England
Previous service- 20th Border Horse, Rank Lieutenant, 5 years
Son of George Benjamin Rooks and Millistone Louise Rooks, nee Reeves, of Estevan, SK.
Manitoba vital records state Millstome as her first name.
Millistone Louise Reeves, his mother, was born Jan 4, 1869, in England,
d- Feb 21, 1945,
buried in Estevan City Cemetery.
She immigrated in 1882, arriving in Winnipeg June 10, 1882
George Rooks, his father, was born Feb 14, 1855 in Arkona, Lambton Co., Ontario Canada
d- June 3, 1937, in his home in Estevan, buried in Estevan City Cemetery (suffered 7 years with asthma)
German Nationality, Presbyterian religion in 1901 census
George was one of the founding pioneers of Estevan, a stone mason by trade, who owned a Jewellery store and Watch repair shop, setting this up for his son Lester.
He immigrated to Winnipeg, Man. in 1870.
Moved to Melita,
1891 census living in sub district Inchiquin, Selkirk district, MB
then to Estevan in 1892.
George and Louise were married July 17, 1889 in Wallace MB
George Rook's father- Henry Rooks,
b- June 17, 1827, in Germany, d- Dec 24, 1902 in SK.
buried in Estevan City Cemetery
He came to Estevan from Michigan
1901 census says he immigrated in 1830
Lester's siblings:
Edith Irene Rooks
b- Mar 18, 1890, RM of Arthur, MB
Thomas Herbert Rooks
b- Nov 30, 1891, RM of Arthur, MB (note below)
Robert Albert Henry Rooks,
b- Oct 8, 1894, in SK, d- Jan 24, 1905, in Minot ND Hospital,
buried in Estevan City Cemetery (died of spinal Meningitis)
Ernest P. Rooks,
b- Jan 1897, d- Nov 2, 1897, 10mo old,
buried in Estevan City Cemetery (died of measles)
Charles Bernard Rooks,
b- Jan 9, 1900 in Estevan, d- Apr 24, 1905, buried in Estevan City Cemetery
and youngest Melvin Alexander Rooks,
b- Nov 14, 1907 in Estevan, d- Sept 24, 1986, buried in Souris Valley Memorial Gardens

note- His sister was born Mar 1890, per vital stats records,
Attestation form says born 1890.
so the year for Lester I think is wrong.
Strange Thomas Herbert is not shown in family history
but birth date matches Lester George?
but Lester was not shown in Vital records?
Somehow his name changed, and his birth year!

William Cyril Edward Rudd
b- Apr 14, 1889
d- July 16, 1918, age 28
Estevan City Cemetery, Estevan, Grave Ref- P.44, S.6
Enlisted Jan 25, 1916 in Estevan SK
Service #925277, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt.
Occupation- Carpenter & Joiner, Single, Presbyterian
He worked as a carpenter for H. E. McKenzie prior to enlising in the 152nd Batt.
He was transferred to the 5th Batt.
Wounded at the front in France, returned to the Military Hospital in Moose Jaw
Returned to Estevan to live at his former home, with Mr and Mrs Maurer on 6th St.
Fell victim to pneumonia and died at the Maurer home.
Funeral was held at the Methodist Church in Estevan.
Son of Edward Saunt Rudd, and Sarah Ann Mitcham
of Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire, England
marriage Registered bet May-June 1875
in Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire, England

Earl Salisbury
b- Oct 23, 1897 in Kingston, ON
d- Aug 27, 1918
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Dec 27, 1915 in Estevan SK
Occupation- Farmer, Single, Methodist
Living at Graham Hill, SK when he enlisted
Service #925127, Rank- Private
Army- Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 28th Batt.
Father- John Salisbury, living in Graham Hill, SK
b- Mar 13, 1864 in ON
Mother- Martha A. Salisbury, b- Dec 26, 1866 in ON
Earl's Siblings:
Loyde Salisbury- b- May 28, 1885 in ON
Berthie M. Salisbury- b- Oct 8, 1894 in ON
Percy Salisbury- b-Mar 23, 1900 in ON
Earl's Grandfather- Peter W. Salisbury, b- June 13, 1833 in ON
Grandmother- Sarah Salisbury, nee Bush- b-Dec 25, 1844 in ON
daughter of John Bush
1901 family living in subdistrict Hinchinbrooke, District Addington, ON

Henry Ashton Siddall
b- June 9, 1897, Oldham, Manchester, England
d- Nov 10, 1917, age 20
Reg #925426
Army- Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
son of Edwin and Anne Elizabeth Siddall of Roche Percee,
Commemorated on Page 325 of the First World War Book of Remembrance
Menin Gate (Ypres) Memorial, Panel 18 - 26 - 28 , Belgium

Edward Silk
b- July 4, 1879 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England
d- Apr 28, 1917
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Apr 15, 1916 in Estevan
Living in Shand, SK when he enlisted
Occupation- Farmer, married, Prebyterian
Service #925688, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, Saskatchewan Regiment, 5th Batt
Next of kin- wife- Mrs. Edward Silk, Shand, SK
There was a Edith Silk ,daughter- Stella in Shand in 1924, relation?
Previous Service- 5 yrs Kings Royal Rifles

Charles William Shannon
Reported died of wounds, May 9, 1917
Service #925770

F. Shires

Charles Anderson Sime
d- Feb 1, 1918, age 41
Private, Service #426
Winnipeg (Brookside) Cemetery, Manitoba
Army, Canadian Infantry, Manitoba Regiment, 8th Batt
Son of Anne Sime, of 35, North Richmond St., Edinburgh, Scotland, and the late Henry Sime.

J. Smith

L. A. Stuart

J. Taylor

Thomas Theaker
b- Aug 12, 1887 in Methley, Yorkshire, UK
d- May 7, 1917
Vimy Memorial
Rank- Private- Reg #426144
Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 31st Batt.
enlisted Dec 23, 1914 in Weyburn SK
Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Theaker, of Denison Square, Mickletown, Methley, Leeds, England
occupation- Miner, Presbyterian religion

Gilbert Todhunter
b- Feb 18, 1889 in Keswick, Cumberland, England
d- May 20, 1915, age 25
Lieut. -reported dead may 25, 1915
Killed in Action
Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, Nord,France, Grave Ref- V. A. II.
Army, Canadian Infantry, Alberta Regiment, 10th Batt

Son of George and Margaret A. Todhunter, of Keswick, England
husband of Harriet Todhunter, of Covington, Kentucky, U.S.A.
Formerly 106th Winnipeg Light Inf.
6 yrs Baden Reg Imp forces?
3 yrs Canadian Militia
Occupation- Carpenter and Builder, married
next of kin- His wife, PO box, Estevan
W. Vickers (William, Service #63888?)

William Otto Walberg
b- Apr 20, 1897, Souris, ND, USA
d- Sept 3, 1918, age 21
Dury Crucifix Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, Grave Ref- I. A. 53
Enlisted Jan 22, 1918, in Regina SK
Living in Roche Percee when he enlisted
Occupation- Farm Labourer, Single, Lutheran
Service #257859, Rank- Private
Army, Canadian Infantry, South Saskatchewan Regiment, 46th Batt
Son of Nels and Ida Walberg of Roche Percee SK

Ernest Waldram
b- Dec 5, 1892 in Lutterworth, Leicester, England
d- Aug 15, 1917, age 26
Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Enlisted Aug 18, 1915 in Regina SK
Service #104599, Rank- Lance Corporal
Army, Canadian Infantry, British Columbia Regiment, 7th Batt
Occupation- Grocer, single
reported missing Sept 6, 1917
Son of John and Annie Waldram,
living in Estevan SK when he enlisted
John and Annie were from Rothley, Leicester, England

P. Ward

J. White

J. Woodhead

If you can find and verify any of the other names, that have no info listed, please let me know.
I did find some other matches, but nothing to prove it's the right guy


Some Names of those that served from Estevan that I have found


Lt Victor Vivian Beckel
b- Jan 29, 1895 in Glenville, MN, USA, shown as a Railroad Surveyor.
Victor enlisted in WWI Nov 29, 1915 in Estevan Served overseas in France with the 8th Canadian Machine Gun Batt. Originally enlisted with the American Legion. He attended ECI Father- William Beckel b- Apr 25, 1869, Decorah, Iowa, USA, d- Sept 6, 1937 Hennepin Co. MN, USA,, buried in Glenville, MN, lived at #1010 2nd st. in 1906, mother- Harriet E. Beckel, b- Glenville, MN, USA,
brother- Robert Judd Beckel, b- June 14,1893, in Glenville, MN, USA. not with the family in 1906.
The family arrived in Estevan in May 1904. Grandfather- John Beckel, Grandmother-Mary Beckel.
Father William shown as a Mason in MN, in 1920.
The Beckel Hospital at #1006 3rd st., was the First known Hospital, ca 1910, in Estevan. It was supposedly in the Beckel home at that time. So obviously they moved.


Lt. Frederick Richard Edmondson
b- Mar 8, 1874, St. Stephens Place, Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
d- Apr 28, 1959 in Regina, SK
Enlisted in Estevan Nov 29, 1915,
Shown as a Real Estate Agent, Married.
He raised the First Platoon of the 152nd Batt in Estevan
Served in the East Yorks Regiment, described as an old soldier.
Squadron Sgt-Major in Lord Robert's Horse, and served in the Boer War, where he was wounded by rifle fire.
He wore the Kings and Queens Medals.
son of William Edmondson, a Master Mariner, and Jane Seed.
Shown as a Land Agent in Yorkshire in 1913
1921 living in Estevan as a Civil Engineer with the Railroad.
next of kin, wife- Frances :Fanny“ Louisa Edmondson, nee Gray, living in Estevan
married Jan 22, 1913 in all Saints tufnell Park, Islington, London, England
daughter of George Gray a Motor driver in 1913
they had 3 sons all born in SK.


Arthur Mawdsley
b-
d-
I believe he was part of a group of boys that came to Canada in 1907, age 14, with Rev Robert Wallace heading to belleville, ON.
A byounger brother robert Mawdsley was with him.
Enlisted in Naval services in 1912, served on HMCS Rainbow.
Received the Medal of the Royal Humane Society from Admiral Kingsmill.
He dove from the side of the ship to save another sailors life.
Shown in Gainsborough in 1907, and 1910.
Shown in Estevan Progress as an Estevan boy.

Becomes a Prov Lieutenant in 1922 1928 riding test
Sergeant James “Jimmy” Watson Mossop
b- Oct 5, 1893 In (Saudwith, Cumberland?) Parton, England,
d- ca Sept 1969, in Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
Enlisted in WWI Estevan,
went overseas in Oct 1914, to join the 32nd Batt.
He was drafted into the 4th Batt.
He was barely 21, in 1916, was serving in the trenches.
1921 he is shown as a farmer back in Estevan area.
Arrived in Portland Maine, from Liverpool England, on the SS Teutonic, Feb 21, 1913, heading to Estevan, shown as a farmer.
He was still in SK in 1932.
married to Lily Primrose Mossop, nee Warley, Dec 21, 1918 in Mortlake, Surrey, England
shown age 24 in 1921, b- in twickenham, England
she immigrated in 1919
2 children, son- Clement Mossop, b- 1919 in England, shown age 2 in 1921
daughter- Ivy Watson Mossop, b- 1921, in SK. shown 7 mo old in 1921 census


Edwin Knapton Aitken
b- Aug 5, 1890 Rosetta ON
d- Apr 28, 1917 Killed in Action
enlisted in Estevan May 6, 1916 shown as a labourer
Regimental Number: 925745
father- William Aitken, Almonte ON
brother- John Aitken, Port Stanley, ON


World War II
1939 - 1945

Individual Honour List

Anthony (Tony) William Blondeau
b- ca 1911,
d- June 10, 1944, age 33
Svc #L100534
Rifleman, Army, Regina Rifle Regiment
Son of Samuel Blondeau (b-?, d- Jan 4, 1957)
and Sarah Jane (nee Gardipee) Blondeau
(Mar 10, 1886-Jan 6, 1983), of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 252
of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Beny- Sur- Mer Canadian War Cemetery
Calvados, France -Grave Reference: II. G. 13.
Geo Memorial- Blondeau River, Lat 57°34' Long 103°02'

Louis R. Blondeau
b- ca 1928,
d- Mar 14, 1945, age 20
(alt- d- Mar 5, 1945, age 17?)
Official records say he was 20 when he died
Enlisted in 1943, age 16
Svc #R270976
assigned to #436 Elephant Sqdn
Served during the Dieppe Raid
Died while serving in Burma
Air Craftsman 1st Class, RCAF
Metis Ancestry
buried in Maynamati War Cemetery, Bangladesh- Grave Reference: 4. A. 6.
Commemorated on Page 496
of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Geo Memorial- Blondeau Island, Lat 55°07' Long 104°44'

Robert William Burdel (Bud) Carey
b- ca 1925,
d- July 30, 1944, age 19
Svc # J90931
Pilot Officer, RCAF, 115th RAF Sqdn
Son of Robert William Carey and Alice (nee Godfrey) Carey, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 268 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Bretteville- Sur- Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France -Grave Reference: II. A. 2.
Geo Memorial- Carey Lake, Lat 55°02' Long 104°33'

Richard Harker Chapman
b- ca 1916,
d- Mar 3, 1945, age 29
Svc # L13363
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of James Harker Chapman and Mary Jean (nee Freeman) Chapman, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 502 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Netherlands -Grave Reference: XXI. G. 7.
Geo Memorial- Chapman Island, Lat 55°48' Long 102°04'


James Arbuckle Clarke
b- 1911 in Estevan,
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 31
Svc # L13370
Dec 13, 1940 sent to France
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Private, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Samuel and Margot (nee Arbuckle) Clarke;
husband of Esther Andrena (Anne)(nee Blackburn) Clarke, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 64 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery (Hautot-Sur-Mer) Seine-Maritime, France -Grave Reference: B. 38.
Geo Memorial- Clarke Island- Lat 55°09' Long 104°49'

Charles William Cowan
b- ca 1919,
d- Aug 8, 1944, age 25
Svc #L12162
Lance Corporal, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Alex and Jean H. Cowan, of Shand, SK.
Attended Shand school grade 4, in July 1931
Commemorated on Page 281 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Bretteville- Sur- Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France , Grave- XIV. A. 9.
Geo Memorial- Cowan Island, Lat 55°11' Long 104°47'

John R. Dukart
b- ca 1925,
d- Aug 28, 1944, age 19
Svc #L104059
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Mrs. Lizzie Dukart, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 296 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Bretteville- Sur- Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France , Grave- XX. F. 9.
Geo Memorial- Dukart Lake, Lat 54°03' Long 106°56'


Michael (Mike) Hubert Fiest
b- Jan 4, 1920 in Estevan SK
d- Aug 19, 1942 at Dieppe
Private- Army- Royal Regiment of Canada, R.C.I.C.
Svc #B67844
Commemorated on Page 73 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Buried- Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery (Hautot-Sur-Mer), Seine-Maritime, France - Grave J37
Each Canadian headstone is adorned by an engraved, stylized, maple leaf
Parents- Stephen Michael Fiest and Anna Mary (Marie) Yoner
brother to my Uncle William Stephen (Bill) Fiest who also served in WWII. R102179, Rank- LAC
Geo Memorial- Fiest Lake, Lat-56°02'- Long-105°40'

Vincent Julius Gardipee
d- Oct 30, 1944, age 20
Svc #L105394
Guardsman, Army, Governor General's Foot Guards
R.C.A.C. 21st Armd. Regt.
Son of George and Arabella Gardipee;
husband of Eugenie Gardipee, of Norwood Grove, Manitoba
Commemorated on Page 312 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Bergen-Op-Zoom, Canadian War Cemetery, Netherlands -Grave Reference: 1. E. 10.
Geo Memorial- Gardippe Lake, Lat 58°53' Long 106°49'


Joseph (Joe) Isador Gedak
b- May 11, 1922 in Estevan
d- May 13, 1943, age 21
Enlisted in Aug 1941, went overseas in 1942.
Sgt Pilot, commissioned as a Pilot Officer Mar 1, 1943
Reported missing on a mission to Luxemberg, Germany
Pilot Officer- RACF, 90th Sqdn.
Svc #J17721
Commemorated on Page 162 of WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Cemetery- Runnymede Memorial Surrey, UK
Son of Anthony (Anton) and Marianna (nee Miller) Gedak, of Estevan
Geo Memorial- Gedak Lake, Lat 57°43' Long 109°25'

Gordon William Glew
d- Aug 17, 1944, age 22
Svc #L27041
Pte, Army, Canadian Special Svc Batt, R.C.I.C., 1st Div
Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Sykes Glew;
husband of Mary Ellen Dorothy Glew, of Kentish Town, London
Commemorated on Page 317 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Mazargues War Cemetery, Bouches-du-Rhone, France, Grave Reference: Plot 4. Row C. Grave 43.
Geo Memorial- Glew Lake, Lat 54°11' Long 107°15'

Albert Austin Granger
d- Dec 19, 1941, age 17
Svc # L13700
Pte, Army, Winnipeg Grenadiers, R.C.I.C.
Son of Archie Granger, and of Mary Elizabeth Granger
Commemorated on Page 31 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Sai Wan Memorial, Victoria, Hong Kong -Grave Reference: Column 26
Geo Memorial- Granger Lake, Lat 58°33' Long 105°12'

Austin Ole Gunderson
b- Nov 1920,
d- Dec 3, 1943, age 24
Svc # K73846
Sgt., Army, Canadian Special Svc Batt, R.C.I.C., 1sy Div
Son of Helge (1892- )
and Cecelia (Celia) O. (nee Olson) Gunderson;
husband of Marabeth (Betty) E. (nee Blake) Gunderson, of Helena, Montana
Commemorated on Page 166 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Killed In italy
Cassino War Cemetery, Italy, Grave Reference: U.S.A. IV. F. 10.
Geo Memorial- Gunderson Lake- Lat 59°23' Long 102°16'

George Lawrence Hollingdale
d- Aug 16, 1944, age 22
Svc #L13340
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Alfred Lawrence Hollingdale
and Sarah Florence Hollingdale, of Vancouver, BC
Commemorated on Page 337 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados,France Grave Ref: XXIV. C. 4.
Geo Memorial- Hollingdale Lake- Lat- 54°34' Long 102°57'

\\ William James (Bill) Knight
b- Sept 15,1898 in Roche Percee,
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 43 WWI
Enlisted Apr 19,1917, age 18 1/2 yrs old
Reg #1250321
Rank- Lance Corporal
but was not sent overseas. WWII
Enlisted in May 1940, Went overseas, Dec 1940.
Svc #L13131
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Lance Corporal, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Mathew and Frances Knight of Roche Percee
2nd of 8 children;
husband of Daisy Mae Knight, (nee Mathieson) of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 87 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery (Hautot-Sur-Mer), Seine-Maritime, France -Grave Ref: B. 44.
Geo Memorial- Knight Lake- Lat 55°39' Long 104°07'

John Kowalski
d- Mar 1, 1943
Svc #R76759
Sgt., RCAF, #419 Sqdn
Served during the Dieppe Raid
Commemorated on Page 178 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, UK -Grave Reference: Panel 186
Geo Memorial -Kowalski Lake- Lat 58°05' Long 106°52'
found a John Kowalski born ca 1919 in Sask
1921 living in Macoun, Cymri, Assiniboia, SK, age 2
son of William Kowalski and Fanny Kowalski,
both parents born in Russia.

Louis Kowalski
d- Mar 11, 1942, age 21
Svc #R60959
Flight Sergeant, RCAF, #149 Sqdn.
ECI Alumni
Son of Louis and Rose Kowalski, of Edmonton, Alberta
Commemorated on Page 87 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Beck Row (St. John) Churchyard, Suffolk, UK -Grave Ref: Row A. Grave 19.
Geo Memorial- Kowalski Bay- Lat 57°14' Long 102°47'


(Dr.) Jacob (Jake) Barney Mandel
nickname “William Tell Mandel” because he was a good shot
b- 1915 in Estevan, d- Aug 14, 1944
Svc # ?
Captain, Army, Royal Canadian Medical Corps
May 14, 1937, won University of SK Silver medal in medicine.
Jewish ancestry
Famous Estevan born Poet Elias Wolf (Eli) Mandel was his cousin.
Commemorated on Page 377 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
ECI Alumni
The Mandel Memorial Award at ECI was named after him
Beny-Sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France -Grave Ref: VIII. E. 10.
Geo Memorial- Mandel Island- Lat 55°06' Long 105°01'

John Edward (Ed) McCormack
See my McCormack Family Web Page

George Reginald Matthews
b- ca 1914,
d- July 20, 1944, age 30
Major, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of George James Matthews
and Anne Martha Rormsfell Matthews;
husband of Sara Doreen Matthews, of Regina, SK
Commemorated on Page 380 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
ECI Alumni
Cemetery: Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France - Grave Ref: I. D. 6
Geo Memorial- Matthews Bay- Lat 58°47' Long 102°22'

Percy Ernest McIlvenna
d- Aug 7, 1944
Svc #L13364
Commemorated on Page 387 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Cpl, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, France, Grave Ref: IV. B. 11.
Geo Memorial- McIlvenna Bay- Lat 54°39' Long 102°50'


William Gordon McRae
d- Mar 26, 1945, age 29
Svc #J6834
Flight Lieutenant, RCAF, #354 RAF Sqdn
Hometown shown as Parkman
Son of Christopher Alexander McRae and Margaret McRae;
husband of Dulce Elizabeth McRae, of Hamilton, Ontario
Commemorated on Page 544, of the Second World War Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Singapore Memorial, Singapore -Grave Ref: Column 455.
Geo Memorial- McRae Bay, Lat 58°25' Long 102°50'


Robert (Bob) George Mitchell
b- Sept 8, 1918 in Estevan SK
d- July 1, 1941, age 22
Pilot Officer, #50 Squadron, RCAF
Svc #J4710
Son of John Mitchell and of Jessie Mitchell (nee Laird), of New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada,
Panel 60, Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, UK
He enlisted in the R.C.A.F. in July 1940
Estevan Public Schools, ECI Alumni,
attended Queen's University, Kingston, Ont. for two years.
Qualified as an Observer, and sent overseas April 1941, shot down over Germany.
Geo Memorial- Mitchell Creek, Lat- 58°56'- Long-105°49'

Harvey Donald (Don)(Mickey) Muirhead
d- Feb 17, 1943, age 24
Warrant Officer class 1, RCAF, 401 Sqdn
Svc #R79587
Youngest of 7 Sons of William Davidson Muirhead and Nancy Isabel (nee McDonald) Muirhead, of Estevan
All 7 of their sons served in the war.
Don enlisted in Nov 1940.
Commemorated on Page 197 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Buried in Catterick Cemetery, Yorkshire, UK, Grave- Nonconformist Sec. Row O. O. Grave 9.
Geo Memorial, Muirhead Lake, Lat 59°40' Long 109°31'

William James Muirhead
d- July 20, 1944, age 28
Killed in France at Caen
Lance Corporal, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Svc #L12091
Commemorated on Page 400 of the WWII Book of Remembrance. Bretteville-Sur-Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France, Grave VIII. E. 15.
Son of Andrew and Elizabeth Mary (nee Martin) Muirhead, of Vancouver, BC
Geo Memorial- Muirhead Lake- Lat 54°13' Long 107°30'


David William Murray
b- 1921 in Estevan,
d- July 27, 1944, age 23
Killed in action in Normandy
Svc #L12371
Sergeant, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Alexander “Alex” Murray, and Alice Margaret Murray, nee Charlton, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 402 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Bretteville-Sur-Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France, Grave I. F. 2.
Geo Memorial- Murray Island- Lat 55°14' Long 105°02'

Trueman Norton
b- ca 1918
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 24
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C
Svc #L12606
Son of Robert and Clara Norton, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 103 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, UK- Grave Reference: 38. E. 13
Geo Memorial, Norton Lake, Lat 54°14' Long 107°32'
Killed in the Dieppe Raid
Family formerly from Carnduff
He lived for one winter in Estevan before enlisting in spring of 1940
He landed overseas, Christmas Day 1940
received his education in Carnduff, and worked there before moving with his parents to Estevan.
He had one brother, and 3 sisters.

Eugene Joseph Phaneuf
b- ca 1911
d- Oct 12, 1944, age 33
Svc #L100539
Rifleman, Army, Royal Winnipeg Rifles
Son of Joseph and Malvina Phaneuf, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 416 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Cemetery: Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, Belgium -Grave Ref: II. B. 9
Geo Memorial, Phaneuf Lake, Lat 54°52' Long 102°48'


Charles Frederick (Fred) Pinkney
d- Aug 19, 1942
Svc #L12681
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Commemorated on Page 106 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Cemetery: Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery (Hautot-Sur-Mer), Seine-Maritime,France -Grave Ref: B. 37
Geo Memorial, Pinkney Lake, Lat 54°03' Long 105°05'

David Everett Pow
d- Aug 22, 1942, age 20
Svc #L13333
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of David and Alma Katherine Pow, of North Vancouver, BC
Commemorated on Page 107 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Cemetery: Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, UK -Grave Ref: Panel 25. Column 1
Geo Memorial, Pow Island, Lat 55°09' Long 104°51'

Donald Everett Purvis
d- July 20, 1944, age 28
Svc #L12031
Lance Sergeant, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Jesse and Sara Purvis;
husband of Hattie Purvis, of Toronto, Ontario.
Commemorated on Page 422 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
ECI Alumni
Bretteville-Sur-Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France, Grave Ref: II. D. 6
Geo Memorial, Purvis lake, Lat 54°05' Long 106°39'

Harvey B. Robinson
d- Nov 6, 1944, age 21
Svc #L64699
Pte, Army, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, R.C.I.C.
Son of Bertram Russell Robinson and Edna Ruth Robinson, of Weyburn, SK
Commemorated on Page 430 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Cesena War Cemetery, Italy -Grave Ref: III, D, 9.
Geo Memorial, Robinson Point, Lat 54°43' Long 102°51'

George Salmond
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 31
Svc #L13332
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Lance Sgt, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of George Salmond, and Grace Cook Salmond, of Burnaby, BC
Brookwood Memorial, Surrey,UK -Grave Ref: Panel 25. Column 1
Geo Memorial, Salmond Lake, Lat 54°29' Long 105°07'

Joseph Sava
d- July 20, 1944
Svc #L13741
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Michael and Yzefa Sava, of Regina, SK.
Commemorated on Page 437 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
Cemetery: Bayeux Memorial, Calvados, France -Grave Reference: Panel 27, Column 2
Geo Memorial, Sava Lake, Lat 58°40' Long 102°18'

John Joseph Slabick
d- Feb 24, 1943
Svc #R85462
Warrant Officer Class II, RCAF
Son of Frank and Victoria Slabick, Estevan
Commemorated on Page 214 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Cemetery: Ottawa Memorial, Ontario, Canada -Grave Ref: Panel 2. Column 4
Geo Memorial, Slabick Lake, Lat 55°36' Long 104°28'


Vernon H. Symons
b- ca 1920,
d- May 4, 1944, age 24
Svc #L13367
Pte, Army, 1st Canadian Parachute Batt, R.C.I.C.
Son of Hiram Ennis Symons
(b- ?- d- June 27, 1974 in Calgary)
and Laura Ann Symons (1891-1946), of Estevan
Hiram later married Jessie Hamilton in 1958
Vernon was a brother to George Symons.
Commemorated on Page 457 of the WWII Book of Remembrance. Cemetery: Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, UK -Grave Ref: 48. J. 7
Geo Memorial, Symons Lake, Lat 54°09' Long 106°55'

Douglas Tearse
b- bet July-Sept 1924,
birth registered in Fenwick,
in the District of Newcastle Upon Tyne, in England,
d- July 18, 1944, age 20, in France
Svc #K48669
Private, Army, Royal Regiment of Canada, R.C.I.C.
Son of James Fenwick Tearse, and Dorothy Ethel Tearse, of Vancouver. BC
Mrs. Tearse came from England, via Montreal, with her children, arriving on Aug 10,1929, on the Cunard ship, Antonia, then on to Shand SK,
where her husband James was working as a Coal Miner. James arrived from England, on Aug 18, 1928. Douglas was 5 years old arriving in Canada.
He attended school in Shand.
Grade 1, in Apr 7, 1932
Bretteville- Sur- Laize, Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France- Grave Ref-V. A. 14
Commemorated on Page 459 of the WWII Book of Remembrance. His father b- 1895, d- Aug 11,1959, age 53, in Burnaby BC
and mother, b- 1897, d- Apr 14,1975, age 78, in Vancouver BC
His siblings, Alan (1927), Dorothy (Doris)(1926),
Mary Elizabeth (Betty)(1922), James Fenwick(1920),
another brother born in Shand, May 7, 1930

Norman William Thomson
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 20
Svc #L12122
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Died during Dieppe Raid
Son of James and Betty R. Thomson, of New Westminster, BC
Commemorated on Page 119 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Cemetery: Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, UK -Grave Ref: Panel 25. Column 1
Geo Memorial- Thomson Bay, Lat 55°53' Long 102°03'

John Henry Thrift
b- Aug 26, 1899 in Collingwood, Ontario,
d- Jan 26, 1942, age 42
Svc #C7258
Flight Officer, RCAF
Son of Frank Augustus Adolphus Thrift and Julia Ann (nee Mcleod) Thrift, of Collingwood ON,
husband of Florence (Flossie) E. (nee Little) Thrift, of Estevan, SK
Commemorated on Page 119 of the WWII Book of Remembrance.
buried in Alliston Union Cemetery, Alliston,[Conc. 14, Lot 4] Tecumseth Twp., Simcoe Co, Ontario, Canada -Grave Reference: Lot 629.
next to his wife, Flossie, who died in 1981
His father, Frank, was a carpenter,
b- Nov 8, 1862 in Eversley, Hampshire, England
His Mother b-Nov 22, 1860 in Collingwood, Simcoe Co, Ontario
Geo Memorial- Thrift Lake, Lat 58°44' Long 103°24'

Robert Adams Wallace
b- ca 1900, d- Aug 19, 1942, age 42
Svc #L12695
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Archie and Margaret A. Wallace
Commemorated on Page 122 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Cemetery: Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, UK -Grave Ref: Panel 25. Column 1.
Geo Memorial- Wallace Lake, Lat 56°31' Long 106°58'

Anton Wanner
b- ca 1910, d- Jan 11, 1945, age 35
Svc #L1581
Private, Army, Westminster Regiment (Motor), R.C.I.C.
Son of Joseph Wanner and of Rose Marie Wanner (nee Schnall);
husband of Elvina Wanner, of Edmonton, Middlesex
Hometown shown as Lampman
Commemorated on Page 574 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Argenta Gap War Cemetery, Italy -Grave Ref: IV, E, 22.
Geo Memorial- Wanner Lake, Lat 54°25' Long 105°56'

Harry Winn
d- July 25, 1944, age 30
Svc #L12119
Cpl, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Son of Burnett and Lily Winn;
husband of Maude Emma Winn, of Vancouver, BC
Commemorated on Page 481 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Bretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, Calvados, France -Grave Ref: XV. C. 8
Geo Memorial- Winn Island, Lat 54°41' Long 102°48'

John Thomas (Tom) Winn
d- Aug 19, 1942, age 24
Svc #L12033
Pte, Army, SSR, R.C.I.C.
Died during the Dieppe Raid
Son of Sydney (1885-1961) and Martha Winn, of Estevan, SK
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Hautot-Sur-Mer- Grave B.19
Geo Memorial- Winn Bay, Lat 54°40' Long 102°49'

John George Winteringham
b- ca 1907
d- Dec 19, 1944, age 37
Trooper, Army, Royal Canadian Dragoons, R.C.A.C.
1st Armd. Car Regt.
Son of John Edward and Rebecca Winteringham, of Estevan
Commemorated on Page 481 of the WWII Book of Remembrance
Gradara War Cemetery, Italy -Grave Ref: I, H, 47
Geo Memorial- Winteringham Lake, Lat 54°48' Long 102°52'


Richard Brock Wylie
(Judge Wylie's son)
b- Jan 8, 1916 in Estevan SK
d- June 3, 1941, age 26
Squadron Leader, #8 Squadron, RCAF
Svc #C766
Panel 1, Column 2, Ottawa Memorial
Estevan Public schools, ECI Alumni
Graduated from University of Saskatchewan in 1937
Enlisted at Camp Borden
Fine athlete, and an excellent pole vaulter
First Estevan boy that was a casualty of WWII.
Shot down while on convoy patrol duty over the Atlantic
His reconnaissance plane failed to return to Glace Bay NS
Geo Memorial-Wylie Lake, Lat- 54°09' Long-106°52'

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Korean War

L. A. Watson


Most were members of the South Saskatchewan Regiment (SSR)

R.C.I.C.= Royal Canadian Infantry Corps


Ext Links- Not my sites

View this great photo collection of the veterans above, created ca 2011, by Mr. Dean Erickson.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8R3o9PEGMTk

https://svwm.ca/casualty-lists/wwi-casualties/

Canada Archives site WWI

WE HONOUR THEM ALL!
BECAUSE OF THESE MEN- AND OTHERS LIKE THEM
WE CAN FLY OUR NEW CANADA FLAG
AND BE PROUD AND FREE CANADIANS


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