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Catholics of the Diocese of Antigonish, Nova Scotia,
and The Great War, 1914-1919

Nominal Enlistment Rolls by Parishes
St. Francis Xavier University Press
When printed C1920 Cost: $2.50 Postpaid
Publish date not printed
Armistice signed 11 Nov 1918

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Dedication:
In memory of James Joseph Somers
(Summers)
1897-1980
Jim's record was missed in this book,
although he did serve with the Infantry
in England and France.
NAC Record:
Canadian Expeditionary Force
Regimental #2138471 Box #9422-55


The foreward states that this information was
'given to the public'.

My decision to compile this list was determined
by the poor condition of this book, which belonged
to my deceased father-in-law, Jim Somers, and found
by family with personal effects.

Some names are not in correct alpha order.

If anyone knows the parents (only) of an enlistee,
Write
and I will add the parents to their name
Please give the Parish where they are listed

OMITTED NAMES WILL BE ADDED TO PARISH LISTS:
Diocese of Antigonish only! Please see the bottom of the parish list
State the Antigonish Parish to which they belonged:   Mrs. Somers

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The killed and those who died in the service
are printed in capitals.
Asterisks indicate the wounded and gassed.
Note: A few enlistees joined forces other than Canadian

FOREWARD

The Honor Roll of the Diocese of Antigonish is herewith given to the public as the joint production of the Faculty of the University of St. Francis Xavier and the Statisical Committee of Saint Ninian's Council, No. 1105, of the Knights of Columbus. The work gathering the matter herein contained was begun more than two years ago. From it's inception it received the hearty approval and co-operation of Right Reverend Bishop Morrison, to whom, before all, the sincere graditude of the compilers is due. The priests in charge of the various parishes of the diocese all went to much inconvenience and labor to prepare their parish rolls, and to them also, the compilers wish to express their genuine thanks. To all others who, directly or indirectly, aided in making this publication a reality, due appreciation is hereby accorded.

There are many phases of war-work, in which Catholics of the Diocese took an energetic part, and of which there is no record in this book. This omission is due to the fact that there were few distinctively Catholic organizations engaged as such in war-work. Catholics instead labored hand-in-hand with their non-Catholic fellow-citizens in non-denominational bodies, and no record of solely Catholic work was kept. In the work of the Red Cross Society, our Catholic women, and in the work of the Patriotic Society, our Catholic men, were indefatigable workers, giving generously of their time and their means. The Catholic clergy of the Diocese, from the pulpit and platform, constantly led the way for their people in staunch support of the allied cause. More in Nova Scotia perhaps than in any Province of Canada, were the churches used as a medium of reaching the people in patriotic matters.

It is necessary to state that the statistics given are by no means complete or perfect. Many names of officers and men, doubtless, have not been recorded, and the details of service in some cases may be incorrect or incomplete. Every reasonably possible means however, was adopted to secure all available information, and errors, where errors there are, are sincerely regretted. It was thought better to publish the material on hand, rather than that it should be lost to succeeding generations.

Canadian Expeditionary Force
National Archives searchable index

106th Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Nova Scotia Rifles 1916

PARISHES
MAIN PAGE:
ANTIGONISH
ARICHAT
ARISAIG
BADDECK

PAGE 2
BAILEY'S BROOK
BAY ST. LAWRENCE
BIG POND
BOISDALE

PAGE 3
BRIDGEPORT
BROAD COVE
BROOK VILLAGE

PAGE 4
CANSO
CHETICAMP
CHRISTMAS ISLAND
CREIGNISH

PAGE 5
D'ESCOUSSE
DOMINION No. 4
EAST BAY
FRIAR'S HEAD
GEORGEVILLE

PAGE 6
GLACE BAY
GLENDALE
GRAND MIRA
GUYSBORO
PAGE 7
ST. FRANCIS HARBOUR
HARBOUR BOUCHER
HEATHERTON
INVERNESS

PAGE 8
IONA
JOHNSTOWN
JUDIQUE
LAKEVALE
L'ARDOISE
LARRY'S RIVER

PAGE 9
LITTLE BRAS D'OR
LOCHABER
LOUISBERG
LOURDES
MABOU

PAGE 10
MAIN-A-DIEU
MARGAREE (EAST)
MARGAREE (NORTH EAST)
NEW ABERDEEN

PAGE 11
NEW GLASGOW
NEW WATERFORD-MOUNT CARMEL

PAGE 12
NEW WATERFORD-ST. AGNES
NORTH SYDNEY
PETIT DE GRAT
PICTOU
POMQUET
PAGE 13
PORT FELIX
PORT HAWKESBURY
LOWER RIVER INHABITANTS
MARBLE MOUNTAIN
PORT HOOD

PAGE 14
PORT MORIEN
PORT MULGRAVE
RESERVE MINES
RIVER BOURGEOIS
ST. ANDREW'S

PAGE 15
ST. JOSEPH'S
ST. PETER'S
SOUTH INGONISH
SOUTH WEST MARGAREE

PAGE 16
SYDNEY
ITALIAN MISSION, SYDNEY

PAGE 17
SYRIAN PARISH
SYDNEY MINES

PAGE 18
TRACADIE
VICTORIA MINES
WEST ARICHAT

PAGE 19
WESTVILLE
THORBURN
WHITNEY PIER

Abbreviations:

A.E.F.=American Expeditionary Forces
Batt.=Battery
Bn.=Battalion
Capt.=Captain
C.A.M.C.=Canadian Army Medical Corps
C.A.P.C.=Canadian Army Pay Corps
C.A.S.C.=Canadian Army Service Corps
C.A.V.C.=Canadian Army Veterinary Corps
C.D.A.C.=Canadian Divisional Ammunition Column
C.E.=Canadian Engineers
C.F.A.=Canadian Field Artillery
C.F.C.=Canadian Forestry Corps
C.G.A.=Canadian Garrison Artillery
C.I.=Canadian Infantry
C.I.B.D.=Canadian Infantry Base Depot
C.L.I.=Canadian Light Infantry
C.M.G.C.=Canadian Machine Gun Corps
C.M.G.=Commander of the Order of St. Michael & St. George
C.M.R.=Canadian Mounted Rifles
Cpl.=Corporal
C.R.T.=Canadian Railway Troops
C.T.M.B.=Canadian Trench Mortar Battery
D.C.M.=Distinguished Conduct Medal
D.S.O.=Distinguished Service Order
Dvr.=Driver
Gnr.=Gunner
L.Cpl.=Lance Corporal
Lieut.=Lieutenant
M.C.=Military Cross
M.M.=Military Medal
M.S.M.=Meritorious Service Medal
N.S.=Nursing Sister
O.B.E.=Order of the British Empire
Pte.=Private
R.A.F.=Royal Air Force
R.C.R.=Royal Canadian Regiment
R.E.=Royal Engineers
R.R.C.=Royal Red Cross
Sgt.=Sergeant
Spr.=Sapper (a military specialist who lays, detects, & disarms mines)
U.S.M.C.=United States Medical Corps




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ANTIGONISH

Rev. M. A. MacAdam, P. P.

Summary: 158 enlisted, 17 killed, 31 wounded


Beaton, Gnr. Archibald,                         10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



*Beaton, Pte. Dan,                              85th Bn., C.I.



Boyd, Pte. George,                              26th Bn., C.I.



Bower, N.S. Christina,                          C.A.M.C.



Cameron, Pte. Alex. J.,                         1st Depot Bn.



Carter, Pte. Archibald,                         C.F.C.



Carter, Lieut. Henry Thomas, M.C., D.C.M.       10th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



*Carter, Dvr. Hugh Gillis,                      8th Batt., C.F.A.



Carter, Pte. James B.,                          C.M.G.C.



Campbell, N.S. Elizabeth,                       U.S.M.C.



Chisholm, Pte. Alexander,                       1st Res.Bn.



Chisholm, Pte. Alex. J.,                        7th Bn., C.I.



CHISHOLM, PTE. ALEXANDER K.,                    26th Bn., C.I.



Chisholm, Pte. Angus D.,                        C.A.M.C.



Chisholm, Pte. Colin Angus,                     C.A.M.C.



CHISHOLM, PTE. COLIN F.,                        46th Bn., C.I.



Chisholm, Pte. Dan A.,                          236th Bn., C.I.



*Chisholm, Sgt. George A., Croix de Guerre,     48th Batt., C.F.A.

promoted from ranks



Chisholm, Capt. H.G.,                           C.A.M.C.



Chisholm, Flight Lieut. Joseph D.               R.A.F.



*Chisholm, Pte. James F., R.C.R.,               C.I.



Chisholm, Spr. John A.,                         2nd Can. Tunneling Co.

taken prisoner, but escaped



Chisholm, Pte. Roderick,                        196th Bn., C.I.



Chisholm, N.S. Mary,  (1886-1951)                          

   daughter of John Hugh Chisholm & Jane

   Campbell (daughter of Archibald Campbell) 

   Chisholm of Brierly Brook and Antigonish     U.S.M.C.



Conners, Lieut. Angus N.,                       U.S. Aviation Corps



Conners, John,                                  U.S. Navy



DEVANNEY, DVR. ROBERT,                          23rd Batt., C.F.A.



Druce, Pte. John,                               no entry



*Fisher, Pte. George,                           R.C.R., C.I.



*Forbes, Gnr. Joseph,                           6th Batt., C.F.A.



Fraser, Gnr. Roderick A.,                       6th Batt., C.F.A. 



Fraser, Pte. Roderick A.,                       C.A.S.C. Motor Transport

                                         

Fraser, Cpl. Peter,                             101st Bn. U.S. Engineers



Fraser, Pte. Christopher A.,                    1st Depot Bn.



Fraser, Pte. William,                           1st Depot Bn.



Fraser, Pte. William Scott,                     25th Bn., C.I.



*Gillis, Gnr. Duncan Hugh,                      10th Batt., C.F.A.



Gillis, Pte. Dan J.,                            C.A.M.C.



Gillis, Dvr. John A.                            4th C.D.A.C.



GILLIS, Pte. JOSEPH BERNARD,                    85th Bn., C.I.



GRANT, L.CPL. JAMES ARTHUR,                     42nd Bn., C.I.



Grant, Pte. Peter Gerald,                       42nd Bn., C.I.



Haley, Pte. John,                               C.E.



Haley, Pte. Alexander Arthur,                   no entry



**Hanrahan, Sgt. Daniel F                       25th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks

son of Mathieu & Ellen (Gillis)

Hanrahan



Hanrahan, Gnr. Sylvester,                       10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.

son of Mathieu & Ellen (Gillis)

Hanrahan                                      



*Higgins, Pte. Dan,                             40th Bn., C.I.



Hogan, Pte. Philip,                             1st Depot Bn.



JACKSON, PTE. WILLIAM,                          C.F.C.



Johnson, Gnr. Anthony,                          10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



Kavanagh, Spr. Ernest,                          C.E.



KENNA, PTE. T. THOMAS,

Killed 16 Sep 1916 on the Somme                          

(Son of James Kenna & 

Mary Christine MacDonald)                        25th Bn., C.I.                       

                                           

*Lennon, Sgt. Joseph C.                         R.C.R., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MacDonald, Pte. Alfred J.,                      193 Bn., C.I.



MACDONALD, PTE. ANGUS A.,                       225th East Kootenay Bn., & 54th Bn., C.I.

Killed at Lens, 7 Sep 1917

Son of Prof. Angus Gillis & Maggie 

(Fuller) MacDonald, River

Denys Mtn & Antigonish, mayor twice.

Prof. MacDonald coined the Gaelic

motto for the 85th & 185th Bns. 

"Siol na Fear Fearail".  Still used

by both Bns. of the N.S. Hgdrs.  

Also a provincial School inspector 



MacDonald, Gnr. Bernard A.,                     5th C.D.A.C.



MacDonald, Pte. Cyril,                          R.A.F.



MacDonald, Sgt. Dan A., promoted from ranks     C.E.



*MacDonald, Pte. Dan R.,                        25th Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte. Donald L.,                      236thBn., C.I.



MacDonald, Sgt. Edward W.,                      A.E.F.

promoted from ranks



*MacDonald, Pte. Dan R.,                        25th Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte. Donald L.,                      236th Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Sgt. Edward W.,                      A.E.F.

promoted from ranks



MacDonald, Pte. James,                          A.E.F.



MacDonald, N.S. Jessie,                         C.A.M.C.



*MacDonald, Lieut. Gladstone, M.C.,             85th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks

See Angus A. MacDonald, above



MacDonald, Pte. Hugh Gillis,                    1st Depot Bn.



MacDonald, Pte. Joseph A.,                      1st Depot Bn.



MacDonald, John A.,                             Western Bn., C.I.



MACDONALD, SPR. JOHN D.,                        C.E.



MacDonald, Pte John N.,                         64th Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, N.S. Louise, R.R.C.,                 C.A.M.C.

See Angus A. MacDonald, above



MacDonald, Pte. Richard,                        193 Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte. Vincent,                        193 Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte Robert,                          Western Bn., C.I.



**MacDonald, Pte. Edward W.,                    26th Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte. Hugh,                           1st Depot Bn.



MacDonald, Pte. Joseph,                         C.A.M.C.



MacDonald, Pte. William,                        Western Bn., C.I.



*MacDougall, Pte. Colin,                        R.C.R., C.I.



MacDougall, Gnr. Archibald,                     10th Siege Batt., C.G.F.



MacDougall, N.S. Flora,                         C.A.M.C.



MACDOUGALL, COLIN FRANCIS,                      R.C.R., C.I.



MacDougall, N.S. Margaret,                      C.A.M.C.



MacFarlane, Lieut. Peter, D.C.M.,               85th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



*MacGillivray, Spr. Angus D.,                   2nd Can. Div., C.E.



MacGillivray, Pte., Alexander,                  193 Bn., C.I.



*MacGillivray, Lieut. Charles J.,               46th Bn., C.I.



*MacGillivray, Lieut. Donald J.,                R.C.R., C.I.



MacGillivray, Sgt. Hugh D.,                     64th Bn., C.I. 



MacGillivray, Pte Hugh G.,                      A.E.F. 



*MacGillivray, Lieut. John D., M.M.             21st Bn., C.I. 

promoted from ranks



MacGillivray, Major Rev. R.C., M.C.             Chaplain Service 

promoted from Capt.



MacGillivray, Pte. John A.,                     U.S. Aviation Corps



MacGillivray, Pte. Wilfred A.,                  

(Son of John (Merchant) MacGillivray

& Jessie (Denoon) Mac Donald)                   C.A.M.C.



MacGillivray, Pte. Ronald,                      C.R.T.



MacGillivray, Pte. Joseph,                      1st Canadian Reserve



McIsaac, Matron Sadie C., R.R.C.,               mentioned in disp., C.A.M.C.



MACISAAC, CAPT. FIELDING,                       C.A.M.C.



McIsaac, Lieut. Joseph P.,                      27th Bn., C.I.



MacKenzie, Pte. Alexander,                      42nd Bn., C.I.



MacKenzie, Gnr. Hugh,                           Siege Batt., C.G.A.



*MacKenzie, Pte. Joseph,                        40th Bn., C.I.



MacKenzie, Pte. William H.,                     1st Depot Bn.



MacKenzie, Pte. Duncan,                         85th Bn., C.I.

                         

MacKinnon, Col. John L., O.B.E.,                14th Howitzer Batt., C.F.A.,  

                                                 & N.S. Regimental Depot



MacKinnon, Pte. Hugh D.,                        193rd Bn., C.I.



MacLean, Gnr. Colin D.,                         10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



MacLean, Pte. Angus H.,                         C.A.M.C.



MacLean, Pte. Hugh R.,                          C.A.M.C.



MACLEAN, ANGUS J.,                              no entry



MacLellan, Pte. A. J.,                          1st Depot Bn.



MacLellan, Pte. Hugh,                           no entry



MacMillan, Gnr. George,                         23rd Batt., C.F.A.



MacMillan, Pte. Ronald,                         1st Depot Bn.



MACMILLAN, PTE. CHARLES WARREN,                 85th Bn., C.I.



MacMillan, Sgt. Hugh, promoted from ranks       112th Bn., C.P.C.



MacMillan, Pte. William K.,                     95th Squadron, A.E.F.



*MacNeil, Sgt. Alex L., promoted from ranks     25th Bn., C.I.

son of Hugh & Jane (MacIssac) MacNeil



*McNeil, Pte. Dan A.,                           193rd Bn. & 42nd R.C.H., C.I.



MACNEIL, PTE. STEPHEN,                          C.M.G.C.



*MacPherson, Gnr. Alex,                         23rd Batt., C.F.A.



MacPherson, Pte. Hugh,                          193rd Bn., C.I.



MacPherson, Lieut. John N.,                     A.E.F.



MacPherson, Pte. Dougald,                       C.I., 

(prisoner of war)              



Mahoney, Pte. John C.,                          3rd Div., C.I.



Mullins, Gnr. John Thompson,                    10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



Millins, Gnr. William Bruce,                    10th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



MANSFIELD, PTE. WILLIAM,                        25th Bn., C.I.



*Meehan, Staff Sgt. Fred, M.M.                  23rd Batt., C.F.A.

promoted from ranks



*Meehan, Dvr. Lewis,                            C.F.A.



Offut, Spr. Edward J.,                          C.E.



O'BRIEN, LIEUT. ALEXANDER,                      67th Bn., C.I.

Son of J.S. O'Brien of Antigonish



O'Brien, N.S. Marcella,                         C.A.M.C.



O'Brien, Pte. Basil,                            C.A.M.C.



Phee, Pte. Ernest,                              No. 2 Bn., C.R.T.



Phee, Pte. Norman,                              No. 2 Bn., C.R.T.



Philip, Capt. A.O.,                             85th Bn., C.I.



*Power, Sgt. W. Rufus,                          C.A.M.C.

promoted from ranks



Pratt, Pte. B.S.                                R.E.



Pucell, Pte. John J.,                           1st Depot Bn.



Purcell, Pte. Frank,                            A.E.F.



Ross, Sgt. John Allan                           C.A.M.C.

promoted from ranks



Sears, Sgt. David,                              1st Depot Bn.



Sears, Gnr. Gerald,                             7th Siege Batt., C.G.A.



Sears, Flt. Lieut, Leo B.,                      R.A.F.



SHEEHAN, PTE. JOHN A.,                          85th Bn.,C.I.



*Slattery, Pte. James H.,                       56th Bn. & 49th Bn., C.I.



*Tompkins, Major Rev. Miles N., M.C.            Can. Chaplain Service

promoted from Capt.



**Walsh, Pte. James D.,                         R.C.R., C.I.



Willis, Spr. William,                           R.C.E.



Wilmot, Pte. Angus,                             C.A.M.C.



Wilmot, Pte. Miles,                             227th Bn., C.I.



Wilmot, Pte. William                            25th Bn., C.I.

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ARICHAT

Rev. A.E. Mombourquette, P.P.

Summary: 37 enlisted, 2 killed, 4 wounded



Barrett,   Pte. Henry                           A.E.F.



Boudreau, Pte. Alex                             25th Bn., C.I.



Boudreau, Capt. Alfred                          R.S.N. Patrol boat



Boudreau, Pte. Alphonse T.                      C.A.P.C.



Boudreau, Pte. Berkman                          C.F.C.

   

Boudreau, Pte. John                             45th Bn., C.F.C



Boudreau, Spr. Lorenzo P.                       R.E.



Boudreau, Sailor Raymond                        S.S."Niobe"



Boudreau, Cadet T.F.                            R.A.F.



Boutin, Sailor Gustave                          S.S."Niobe"



*Burton, Sgt. Percy, promoted from ranks        C.A.S.C.



CARRIGAN, PTE. WILLIAM,                         85th Bn., C.I.



Doucet, Pte. Harry                              185th Bn., C.I.



Flynn, Gnr. Charles P.                          79th Field Batt. C.F.A.



FOREST, PTE, EDMUND                             no entry



Gagnon, Pte. Ambrose                            69th Bn., C.I.



Gagnon, Capt. Alfred                            R.S.N. Patrol Boat



Gaudet, Pte. Elias E.,                          Depot Bn.



Gibbs, Pte. Charles,                            A.E.F.



LeBlanc, Pte. Emile,                            185th Bn., C.I.



LeBlanc, Sgt. Pierre Joseph, Croix de Guerre    A.E.F.

promoted from ranks



LeBlanc, Signalman Raymond J.,                  S.S. "Niobe"



LeBlanc, Capt. B.A.,                            C.A.M.C.



LeBlanc, Capt. Peter,                           R.S.N. Patrol Boat



McGrath, Pte. John,                             A.E.F.



*McGrath, Pte. Michael,                         15th Bn., R.C.H., C.I.



McNeil, Pte. Daniel A.R.,                       17th Bn., C.I.



McNeil, Pte. Joseph,                            21st Bn., C.I.



Madden, Pte. Patrick,                           no entry



*Martel, Staff-Sgt. C.F.,                       Can. Postal Corps



Marchand, Spr. Simon A.,                        C.E.



*Power, Pte. James M.,                          17th Res. Bn.



Thibet, Pte. Joseph,                            33rd Batt., C.F.A.



Shaw, Pte. Harry G.,                            85th Bn.,   C.I.



Upton, Pte. James C.,                           C.F.C.



Upton, Pte. Stanley C.,                         47th Bn., C.I.



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ARISAIG

Rev. D. L. MacDonald, P.P.

Summary: 39 enlisted, 9 killed , 7 wounded



Conners, Sailor Archibald,                      American Navy



Fraser, Pte. Angus,                             no entry



*Fraser, Pte. James,                            7th Bn., C.I.



FRASER, CPL. LEWIS,                             C.M.G.C.



Gillis, Pte. Angus L.,                          C.E.



Gillis, Pte. Colin D.,                          1st Depot Bn., C.I.



Gillis, Pte. John Joseph, M.M.,                 102nd Bn., C.I.



GRANT, PTE. JOHN, 72nd Bn.,                     C.I.



MacAdam, Pte. Hugh,                             A.E.F.



MacAdam, Pte. John P.,                          Western Bn., C.I.



MacDonald, Gnr. Alex. A.,                       3rd Siege Batt., C.G.A.



MacDonald, Sgt. Anthony                         65th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MACDONALD, PTE. RONALD W,                       R.C.R., C.I.



MacDonald, Pte. Angus D.,                       A.E.F.



MacDonald, N.S. Catherine E.,                   C.A.M.C.



MacDonald, Sgt. Dan D.                          54th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MacDonald, Cpl. Grant,                          193rd Bn., & R.C.R., C.I.



MacDoanld, Pte. John D.,                        64th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MACDONALD, SGT. JOHN D.,                        85th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MACDONALD, SGT. LAUGHLIN, D.C.M.,               15th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



*MacDougall, Pte. Angus J.,                     101st Regt., A.E.F.



MacDougall, Pte. Dan A.,                        A.E.F.



MACEACHERN, PTE. WARREN,                        25th Bn., C.I.



McEachern, Pte. Roderick,                       25th Bn., C.I.



McGillivray, Pte. Alex,                         A.E.F.



McGillivray, Andrew, no rank,                   Military Police



MACGILLIVRAY, CPL. DAN,                         193rd Bn. & 85th Bn., C.I.



MacGillivray, Sgt. Dan,                         C.A.M.C.

promoted from ranks



MACGILLIVRAY, PTE. JOHN ANGUS,                  87th Bn., C.I.



*MacInnis, Pte. Dan,                            23rd Bn., C.I.



MacIsaac, Pte. William,                         no entry



MacIsaac, Sailor John S.,                       Canadian Navy



*McNeil, Spr. Alex.,                            102nd Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



MACNEIL, PTE. JOHN A.,                          no entry



*MacNeil, Sgt-Major Willie B., D.C.M.           16th Bn., C.I.

promoted from ranks



*MacPherson, Pte. Willie,                       54th Bn., C.I.



McPherson, Pte. Willie D.,                      no entry



Ross, Pte. Dan,                                 23rd Bn., C.E.



*Winham, Cpl. Joseph,                           64th Bn., C.I.



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BADDECK


Rt. Rev. D.J. MacIntosh, V.G., P.P.

Summary: 17 enlisted, 6 killed, 6 wounded



Arsenault, Sgt. John,                           85th Bn., C.I.



*Campbell, Pte. Gerald,                         R.C.R., C.I.



CAMPBELL, PTE. DANIEL J.,                       85th Bn., C.I.



***Campbell, Pte. John J.,                      85th Bn., C.I.



Campbell, Pte. Peter,                           1st Depot Bn.



*Connick, Pte. William H.,                      185th Bn., C.I.



MACLEAN, PTE. JOHN H.,                          85th Bn., C.I.



MACLEAN, L-CPL. MICHAEL D.,                     R.C.R., C.I.



MACNEIL, PTE. AMBROSE,                          13th Bn., C.I.



MacNeil, Pte. Daniel,                           No. 3 Tunnelling Co



*MacNeil, L-Cpl. Dan A.,                        R.C.R., C.I.



*MacNeil, Sgt. John D., M.M.,                   85th Bn., C.I.



MacNeil, Pte. Malcolm,                          Tunnelling Co.



MACNEIL, PTE. N.A.,                             85th Bn., C.I.



*MacNeil, Pte. Neil L.,                         85th Bn., C.I



MORRISON, PTE. JOHN A.,                         185th Bn., C.I.



Oram, Lieut. Charles J.,                        25th Bn., C.I.

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Contributors:
Geraldine Somers Griswold (1935-2006)
Thomas J. Somers (1928-2011)

30 June 1998

Copyright © Transcribed by Joan Hapeman Somers 1998-2012