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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba College War Memorial

A document at the University of Winnipeg Archives lists the names of students and staff at Manitoba College who were killed in the course of service n Canadian military forces during the First World War.

Name

Occupation

Service

Rank

Birth Date

Death Date

Andrew Stuart Baird
[Augustine, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Barrister

14th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

31 December 1891

8 August 1918

Daniel James Broadfoot
[Gladstone]

College Student

44th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

22 August 1893

23 August 1917

John Scott Cameron
[Gladstone, Law Society]

Barrister at Law

27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

19 April 1883

8 November 1918

Harold Reid Campbell
[Carman, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Student

44th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

17 February 1892

25 October 1916

Herbert Stanley Ferguson
[Dauphin]

Student

8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

11 August 1894

10 November 1917

Edward Cecil Frank
[Masonic, Next of Kin]

Real Estate

43rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

7 July 1885

9 February 1917

Francis “Frank” Egmont Gane

Lecturer (Classics)

43rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

4 February 1885

13 May 1916

William Forbes Guild
[Armoury, Canadian Club, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Barrister-at-Law

52nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

2 December 1886

10 April 1917

Charles Inglis Jameson
[Law Society, Next of Kin]

Law Student

43rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

23 February 1892

21 August 1916

William Francis Jamieson DSO
[Next of Kin]

Student

52nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

1892

28 September 1918

William Eric Jenkins
[Next of Kin]

Student

46th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

6 December 1892

26 October 1917

John William Gow Logan

Farmer

50th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Corporal

26 December 1886

18 November 1916

Robert Inglis Lothian

Electrical Engineer

8th Field Company, Canadian Engineers

Sapper

12 January 1889

4 April 1916

W. J. McAllister

?

?

?

?

?

Stuart Scott McIntyre
[Next of Kin]

Student

1st Canadian Mounted Rifles

Private

29 June 1897

26 October 1917

Ernest D’Harcourt McMeans
[Holy Trinity, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Barrister-at-Law

8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

6 May 1889

22 May 1915

James McNab

?

?

?

?

?

Carl Mather

Law Student

8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

28 February 1895

2 August 1916

Ethelbert Eldridge Meek
[Medical College]

Surgeon

3rd Canadian Stationary Hospital, Canadian Army Medical Corps

Captain

26 November 1877

30 May 1918

Alistair Forbes Menzies DCM, DSO

Clerk

17th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers

Captain

1 June 1892

4 May 1918

Stanley Hall Mitchell
[Masonic, Next of Kin]

Merchant

11th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

10 June 1886

8 April 1915

Clifford James Moir
[Killarney, Killarney School, Masonic, Next of Kin]

Student

217th Squadron, Royal Air Force

Lieutenant

13 March 1894

30 June 1918

Arthur Edward Muir
[Next of Kin]

Broker

15th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

19 January 1889

21 May 1915

David Mundell
[Pierson]

Barrister

5th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

11 April 1883

26 May 1915

John Ernest Nelson
[Carberry, Wesley College]

Student

7th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery

Bombardier

4 June 1893

4 October 1916

Glen Norton
[Law Society, Next of Kin]

Law Student

1st Canadian Division Signal Company, Canadian Signal Corps

Lieutenant

17 March 1891

26 September 1916

Lamont Livingstone Paterson
[Deloraine, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Law Student

London Regiment (Post Office Rifles)

Second Lieutenant

19 December 1893

1 September 1918

Fred Meikle Pulford
[Engineering, Next of Kin]

Railroad Clerk

27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

3 October 1891

1 October 1918

John Edward Reynolds
[Next of Kin, Stonewall]

Barrister

8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

14 December 1889

23 April 1915

Blaine Richardson MiD

School Teacher

72nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

5 August 1884

30 October 1917

George Huntington Ross
[Canadian Club, Law Society, Next of Kin, Rapid City]

Barrister at Law

16th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Captain

10 January 1874

24 April 1915

John Alexander Ross
[Engineering, Next of Kin, Wesley College]

Student

178th Company, Royal Engineers

Second Lieutenant

16 February 1894

2 October 1916

Roderick Arthur Ross
[Next of Kin]

Financial Agent

27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

12 February 1887

13 August 1916

Garnet Kelvin Stewart
[Next of Kin]

Student of Arts

Lord Strathcona’s Horse

Private

28 September 1897

2 April 1918

George Vallance Taylor

Manufacturers Agent

2nd Division Ammunition Column, Canadian Field Artillery

Captain

24 July 1870

13 November 1916

Edward Payson Thompson
[Next of Kin]

Law Student

16th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant

11 July 1888

16 August 1918

Robert McDonnell Thomson
[Canadian Club, Law Society, Next of Kin]

Barrister

43rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Lieutenant Colonel

4 July 1869

8 October 1916

Charles Philip Uhrich
[Morden, Winkler]

Solicitor-at-law

28th Squadron, 14th Wing, Royal Air Force

Lieutenant

22 August 1893

24 June 1918

Edgar Walter Walsh

Student

44th Battalion, Canadian Infantry

Private

18 May 1894

16 November 1916

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba College / St. Paul’s College (Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg)

Cool Things in the Collection: Rolls of Honour at the University of Winnipeg by Chantal Fehr
Manitoba History, Number 86, Winter 2018

Sources:

For the names of First World War casualities from Manitoba who do not appear on any physical monument in the province, see the Manitoba Historical Society War Memorial. If you know of a name that is omitted from this list, please contact the MHS War Memorial Researcher Darryl Toews (darryl@mhs.mb.ca).

Soldiers of the First World War - Canadian Expeditionary Force, Library and Archives Canada.

Canadian Virtual War Memorial, Veterans Affairs Canada.

Financial support for research reported on this page was provided by the Manitoba Heritage Grants Program (2015-2016).

This page was prepared by Darryl Toews.

Page revised: 10 May 2019

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