36 Tag Results for Saskatchewan

Alexander (Lex) Bayne Rutherford

“Oh mother of mine, I would give the world to be with you now. It’s so hard to say anything that would be of a comfort to you in a letter.”

Ernest Dalton Roy Dunsmore

Ernest Dalton Roy Dunsmore enlisted with the 1st Depot Battalion Saskatchewan Regiment on October 18, 1917.

Samuel Scott

Sadly, Scott was killed in action on September 5, 1916. His body was never recovered, and his name is etched into the Vimy Monument in France.

David John Rutherford

He was serving as a gunner with the Canadian Field Artillery when he died of typhoid on January 18, 1918.

Bruce Anderson Smith

He was transferred to 2nd Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops because of his skills with draft animals.

Hugh Cairns

“Hughie said he’d get fifty Germans for that” and added, “I don’t think he ever planned to come back after Abbie got killed.”

John Diefenbaker

He was injured in a training accident and never served in a combat role during the war.

Ernest Hermon Hawthorne

Before he enlisted on October 20, 1915, he graduated from the Manitoba Agricultural College and lectured at the Saskatchewan Agricultural College.

Noel Turnour

He received the Croix de Guerre for bravery or military virtue on the battlefield.

Alexander Decoteau

After arriving in France in 1917, DeCoteau was part of the Canadian attack on Passchendaele, where he was killed on the morning of 30 October.

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