Loyal Orange Lodge History in Western Canada

Roll of Honour
Western Canada


Land of our birth, our hope, our pride,
   
For whose dear sake our Fathers died;

O Mother Land, we pledge to Thee,
Head, heart and hand through the years to be.

                                
"This Memorial is Dedicated to the Men and Women of the Orange Institution Worldwide, who at the call of King and country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of man by the path of duty and self sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in Freedom. Let those who come after see to it that their names be not forgotten."

The siting of the memorial at the Somme beside the Ulster Tower was deemed appropriate when we consider the great sacrifices that were made on that now sacred ground by members of our Order. The memorial does not detract from the memory and our deep sincere appreciation of all those who paid the supreme sacrifice men and women of all nationalities and of all religions.

It is a historical fact that the Orange Institution saw more of its members serve and make the supreme sacrifice in the first world war than any other single organization.

They are not dead to us
We shall know them no more on earth
We will inscribe their names in our memories
From dust we were made
And unto dust we shall return
And from dust we shall arise
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son
and to the Holy Ghost.
As it was in the beginning, is now
and ever shall be, world without end.

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Stephenson Harry M/54421  LOL 2983, Dawson Creek
Corporal, 10 Field Sqn, Royal Canadian Engineers. Died: September 11, 1944. Buried: Italy

(A Roll of Honour from the BC Reports of Proceedings has yet to be submitted) 

The First World War (1914-1918) lists below consists of only those members who died on active service and includes only the names that were reported by the lodge secretaries. Some lodges became dormant during the war years as enough of its members answered the call that a quorum was not left behind.  Hopefully the British Columbia roll will be added. For a list of all reported members that served from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in both world wars, contact the historian.

ALBERTA
1914 - 1919

Addinell John Henry, Sgt. #883024  LOL 2517, Blackfalds
187th Central Alberta Battalion. Died: August 17, 1916, Red Deer, AB.
Argo Alexander #808833 LOL 1813, Cochrane
50th Calgary Battalion.  Died: May 6, 1917, France.
Armstrong A.  LOL 2518, Gadsby
Armstrong George G.  LOL 2242, Bremner
Baker Girtte Louis #487385, Methodist Minister  LOL 2540, Holden
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.  Died: July 6, 1917, France.
Bannon J.H.  LOL 1549, Medicine Hat
Barrett J.H.  LOL 2302, Calgary
Bates H.  LOL 1794, Edmonton
Beaumont James  LOL 1827, Calgary.  Victim of the torpedoed RMS Lusitania, May 7th, 1915, off the coast of Ireland.
Bertram P.  LOL 2566, Edmonton
Blois Harry Morris, Lieutenant  LOL 2500, Hanna
50th Calgary Battalion. Presbyterian. Died: April 10, 1917, France
Bradley John  LOL 2315, Redcliff
Brock Frederick William #811395  LOL 1794, Edmonton
72nd Company, CanadianForestry Corps. Presbyterian. Died: October 19, 1918, UK
Connew Percy Alexander, Corporal #108163  LOL 1987, Gilt Edge
3rd Canadian Mounted Rifles (Medicine Hat). Anglican. Died: December 1, 1915, Belgium.
Crumb Eric Leander, Lieutenant  LOL 1654, Edmonton
1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan/Manitoba), attd: 3rd Entrenching Battalion. Methodist. Died: October 12, 1916, France.
Curran Alexander #2476591  LOL 1813, Cochrane
52nd Ontario Battalion.  Died: September 28, 1918, France.
Curry John Nathaniel #204847  LOL 2591, Duhamel
15th (48th Highlanders) Battalion. Presbyterian.  Died: May 1st, 1917, France.
Davis W.H. Rev. Capt. MC  LOL 2566, Edmonton
Davison James #487453  LOL 1563, Calgary
Princess Patricias Canadian Light Infantry.  Died: October 31, 1917, Belgium. Presbyterian
Downing J.  LOL 2406, Banff
Doyle James Henry  #231516  LOL 2534, Edgerton
31st Alberta Battalion.  Died: September 7, 1917, France. Presbyterian
England Frank Herbert  LOL 1625, Red Deer
7th Battalion (British Columbia Regiment)  Died: September 9, 1916, France. Methodist
Fisher  Abraham Leslie #654537   LOL 2534, Edgerton
47th Battalion (Western Ontario Regiment)  Died: September 2, 1918, France. Methodist
Fleming James #101626  LOL 2404, Edmonton
49th Edmonton Battalion.  Died: September 29, 1918, France. Anglican
Fowler A.E. #624698  LOL 2400, Coronation
50th Calgary Battalion.  Died: September 28, 1918, France.
Fulton James #447524  LOL 1827, Calgary
14th Battalion (Royal Montreal Regiment).  Died: June 26, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian.
Gardner William Gerald #435605  LOL 2224, Blairmore
50th Calgary Battalion.  Died: February 27, 1917, France. Methodist
Garvie Harold Ellis  LOL 2566, Edmonton
Canadian Army Service Corps, 1st Ammunition Supply Park. Died: June 4, 1917, France. Presbyterian.
Garvie William #108239  LOL 2566, Edmonton
Canadian Calvary Machine Gun Squadron. Died: October 12, 1918, France. Presbyterian
Gill Harry #436117  LOL 2586, Namao
4th Battalion, Central Ontario Regiment.  Died: May 26, 1917, Belgium. Methodist
Gillingham Sidney George, Lance Corporal #100324  LOL 2566, Edmonton
49th Edmonton Battalion. Died: October 2, 1918, France. Anglican
Goldstone Henry James #433131  LOL 1794, Edmonton
49th Edmonton Battalion. Died: March 22, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian
Hanlan Thomas Frank #624735  LOL 1823, Ardrossan
78th Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers). Died: April 9, 1917, France.
Harding Henry Arthur #12918  LOL 1544, Okotoks
5th Battalion (Western Calvary)  Died: June 6, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Harper William Donald #446202  LOL 1563, Calgary
7th Battalion (British Columbia Regiment)  Died: June 8, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian
Haundly J.H.  LOL 2105, Calgary
Helem William Robert #883513  LOL 2400, Coronation
31st (Alberta) Battalion. Died: November 6, 1917, Belgium. Methodist
Henderson William  #2772673  LOL 2315, Redcliffe
Royal North West Mounted Police, Calvary Sqn. Siberian Expeditionary Force. Died: December 29, 1918. Buried: Churkin Russian Naval Cemetery.  Age 19. Presbyterian.
Huggins Charles Oliver, Lance Sergeant #160813  LOL 1563, Calgary
2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles (British Columbia)  Died: September 6, 1917, France.
Johnson George  LOL 2533, Hubalta
Johnstone D.  LOL 2272, North Edmonton
Jolly John, Military Medal, #161262  LOL 2272, North Edmonton
54th Central Ontario Battalion. Died: April 9, 1917, Vimy, France.
Jones E.F.  LOL 2400, Coronation
Jones G.  LOL 2280, LaPearl
Kerr A.  LOL 2105, Calgary
King A.  LOL 2534, Edgerton
Law U.C.  LOL 2598, Medicine Hat
Libby Allison  LOL 1641, Fort Saskatchewan
Linaker H.J.  LOL 1654, Edmonton
McCombie C.  LOL 2565, Elnora
McCurdy R. #100266   LOL 2282, Lamont
49th Edmonton Battalion. Died: September 15-16, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian
McDonald John  LOL 2344, Drumheller
McDuff George LOL 1666, Lethbridge
McKenzie Alex James Richardson #808612 LOL 1827, Calgary
50th Calgary Battalion. Died: October 26, 1917, Belgium. Presbyterian
McKenzie Peter #472225 LOL 1794, Edmonton
46th South Saskatchewan Battalion. Died: April 9, 1917, France. Presbyterian
McKenzie  Richard Grant, Sergeant #100795  LOL 1654, Edmonton
66th Edmonton Battalion. Died: Edmonton, Alberta. Presbyterian
McKnight Bruce, Corporal #18911 LOL 1654, Edmonton
1st Battalion (West Ontario Regiment). Died: June 15, 1915. Vimy Memorial. Methodist
McLean J.W.  LOL 1549, Medicine Hat
McLennan J.D.  LOL 2406, Banff
McQuinn Norman #117399 LOL 1827, Calgary
2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles (British Columbia) Died: May 16, 1916. Belgium. Presbyterian
Mason George #624744 LOL 1690, Lacombe
78th Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers)  Died: January 3, 1917, France
Merrill Earl Ethelbert #3213886  LOL 2565, Elnora
21st Alberta Reserve Battalion. Died: October 7, 1918, at sea. Halifax Memorial. Methodist.
Mersereau G. L  LOL 2029, Islay
Millar James #160444 LOL 2302, Calgary
31st Alberta Battalion.  Died: May 3, 1917, Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian
Mills James #100830  LOL 1794, Edmonton
49th Edmonton Battalion.  Died: October 30, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Methodist
Mitchell R.A.  LOL 2272, North Edmonton
Morfitt John  LOL 1690, Lacombe
Morford John  LOL 1690, Lacombe
Morral B.  LOL 2533, Hubalta
Morris Howard  LOL 1776, Wetaskiwin
Morris Stephen Crocker #33416 LOL 1827, Calgary
3rd Field Ambulance, Canadian Army Medical Corp. Died: July 29, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Mott Enoch Franklin #433032  LOL 2535, Wainwright
49th Edmonton Battalion.  Died: June 11, 1916, France. Baptist
Mumford Cecil #108402  LOL 2540, Holden
"C" Company, 3rd Canadian Mounted Rifles (Medicine Hat). Died: December 1, 1915, Belgium. Methodist.
Newport Gordon  #436775  LOL 1987, Gilt Edge
49th Edmonton Battalion.  Died: May 28, 1916, France.
Pickering John William #154913  LOL 1549, Medicine Hat
9th Battalion, Canadian Railway Troops. Died: October 25, 1917, Belgium. Presbyterian.
Pickering N.J.  LOL 2566, Edmonton
Pollock Thomas Henry #160819  LOL 2105, Calgary
72nd Vancouver Battalion.  Died: September 27, 1918, France. Methodist.
Reilly Wilbert #461322  LOL 2585, Innisfree
44th Battalion.  Died: August 10, 1918, France.
Sharp William Albert, Lance Sergeant, #13683  LOL 2403, Penhold
5th Battalion (Western Calvary). Died: July 21, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Simons Stephen, Corporal, #510752  LOL 2272, North Edmonton
Canadian Engineers, Attd: 2nd Tunnelling Company. Died: February 1, 1917, Belgium. Methodist
Stewart R.H. Captain  LOL 1654, Edmonton
10th (Calgary) Battalion. Died: May 22, 1915, France. Presbyterian
Stockton Archibald Clive #737106  LOL 1544, Okotoks
43rd Battalion (Cameron Highlanders of Canada). Died: March 6, 1919, France. Methodist
Stuart J.  LOL 1818, Macleod
Theal Howard Nelson #437619  LOL 2325, Acme
15th Battalion (48th Highlanders). Died: September 26, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Methodist.
Towler George #883629 LOL 2105, Calgary
50th Calgary Battalion.  Died: October 26, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Anglican
Waddell George #2020210 LOL 2566, Edmonton
102nd 'North British Columbia' Battalion. Died: November 17, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian.
Walker Alexander, Sergeant #446902  LOL 1563, Calgary
3 Company, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.  Died: October 30, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Anglican.
Warring Robert  LOL 1654, Edmonton
Webster Lister Olny, Major  LOL 1827, Calgary
50th Calgary Battalion.  Died: August 19, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Wheatley Samuel  #183042  LOL 2533, Hubalta
7th Battalion (1st British Columbia Regiment)  Died: April 8, 1917, France. Anglican
Whiffin H.A.  LOL 2222, Suffield
Williams Steve #437450  LOL 1946, Mannville
15th Battalion (48th Highlanders)  Died: June 15, 1916, Belgium.
Wiseman A.  LOL 2272, North Edmonton
Woodward Frederick Wilson, Corporal #18104  LOL 2566, Edmonton
3rd Battalion (Toronto Regiment)  Died: May 25, 1915. Vimy Memorial. Anglican
Wilson John William #812202  LOL 1625, Red Deer
49th Edmonton Battalion.  Died: October 30, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian.
Yarr William John #696100  LOL 2598, Medicine Hat
31st Alberta Battalion  Died: November 6, 1917.
Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Anglican
Young George  LOL 595, Springbank
Young Percy, Sergeant #435145  LOL 595, Springbank
50th Calgary Battalion, 'A' Company.  Died: April 10, 1917. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian.

1939 - 1945

Dickson Cecil Alexander AFC, J/10870  LOL 2501, Edmonton
Flying Officer, 168 (Heavy Transport) Sqn, RCAF.  Died: December 15, 1944. No known grave.
Lugg Harold William, J/89269  LOL 1946, Mannville
Pilot Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force with  57 Sqn, Royal Air Force.  Died: August 27, 1944 during mine laying operation.  No known grave.

MANITOBA
 
1914-1919
 ( Roll does not contain the names reported for 1915. They will be added if this report is found.)

Abbott Charles #424501 LOL 1351, Portage la Prairie
1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Manitoba/Saskatchewan)  Died: September 15, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Anglican
Adams William Alexander #424502  LOL 1512, Brandon
Cameron Highlanders of Canada (43rd Battalion, Winnipeg). Died: August 22, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian.
Allan James Robert, Captain LOL 1630, Cypress River
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: September 20, 1916, France. Anglican
Allen Kennedy Cuthbert #2378956  LOL 2077, Winnipeg
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: between September 27-29, 1918, France.
Alexandra Ross LOL 2267, Lenore
Armstrong Percy  LOL 1583, Killarney
Baker George LOL 1795, Winnipeg
Balsdon Leslie #424103  LOL 1734, Lavenham
21st Kingston Battalion. Died: April 2, 1916. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Beaumont Joseph  LOL 325, Winnipeg
Bellemay Joseph F.  LOL 2035, Brandon
Bettley Clarence 
LOL 1795, Winnipeg
Bradshaw Robert Oliver, Sergeant #74295 
LOL 1795, Winnipeg
28th 'North-West' Battalion. Died: August 11, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian.
Carter George #820684 
LOL 411, Emo, Ontario
52nd (New Ontario)Battalion.  Died: November 2, 1917, France. Methodist.
Carvell C.W.  LOL 1734, Lavenham
Carvell W.G.  LOL 1734, Lavenham
Clarke Daniel #86502  LOL 388, Winnipeg
4th Battalion, Canadian Labour Corps. Died: April 19, 1917, France. Presbyterian.
Comagher Kenneth  LOL 1656, Elgin
Crawford Robert Morton #292219  LOL 1616, Elva
4th Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. Died: September 2, 1918. Vimy Memorial
Creelan T.  LOL 2483, Winnipeg
Cunningham Lorne Emerson #408056  LOL 325, Winnipeg
13th Battalion (Royal Highland Regiment of Canada, The Black Watch) Died: June 13, 1916. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian.
Currie Alexander  LOL 1508, Carberry
Dagg Frederick James #461475  LOL 1785, Dauphin
44th Battalion (Cameron Highlanders, Winnipeg) Died: October 25, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Anglican
Davidge Reginald #460049  LOL 2311, Winnipeg
Royal Canadian Regiment  Died: October 8, 1916, France. Anglican
Duddy Herbert James #925603  LOL 1513, Hamiota
5th Battalion (Western Calvary)  Died: July 26, 1918, France. Methodist.
Duncan William #7640  LOL 325, Winnipeg
2nd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died: November 7, 1914, Belgium. (believed to be first Orangeman from Canada to fall in the Great War)
Favel Robert James #829656  LOL 2430, Petersfield
1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Manitoba/Saskatchewan)  Died: October 11, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Anglican
Finlay Thomas #622026 
LOL 1795, Winnipeg
43rd Battalion (Cameron Highlanders of Canada, Winnipeg)
  Died: September 21, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian
Francis Wheelock #1000407  
LOL 1494, Neepawa
43rd Battalion (Cameron Highlanders of Canada, Winnipeg)  Died: October 26, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Baptist
Garland Victor Claude #187056   LOL 1354, High Bluff
8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died: September 26, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Anglican
Graham Richard 
LOL 1351, Portage la Prairie
Grant William #1612  
LOL 388, Winnipeg
8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died:  April 25, 1915. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian.
Greentree Bernhard Francis #1001024   LOL 1494, Neepawa
16th Manitoba Battalion.  Died: August 30, 1918, France.
Haight H.  LOL 1913, Winnipeg
Hanna J. LOL 1982, Winnipeg
Harris Ralph Norman #424884  LOL 1520, Winnipeg
31st (Alberta) Battalion.  Died: September 27, 1916, France. Anglican
Henderson William John #234089  LOL 1512, Brandon
8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died: August 15, 1917. Vimy Memorial. Methodist
Howe Edward Alexander #1000891  LOL 1494, Neepawa
16th Manitoba Battalion. Died: November 8, 1917, Belgium.
Hudson Howard #126099 
LOL 2569, Winnipeg
102nd 'North British Columbia' Battalion. Died: January 4, 1918, France. Methodist.
Hudson Lester #622408  LOL 1507, Portage la Prairie
52nd 'New Ontario' Battalion.  Died: June 10, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Hyder B.  LOL 1354, High Bluff
Ivens Charles John, Lance Corporal #424952 
LOL 1711, Minnetonas
31st Alberta Battalion.  Died: November 9, 1917, Belgium.
Jackson William, Company Sergeant-Major #420474  LOL 1795, Winnipeg
16th Manitoba Battalion. Died: May 14, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian
Jarvis Allison LOL 1795, Winnipeg
Johnston W.J.  LOL 1765, Fork River
Jones Cecil  LOL 2077, Winnipeg
Kerr Robert John #461137  LOL 2597, Winnipeg
43rd Battalion (Cameron Highlanders of Canada) Died: October 26, 1917. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian
Kincaid Andrew #875272 
LOL 120, Winnipeg
27th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: November 6, 1917, Belgium. Presbyterian
Kirk William #71816  LOL 1913, Winnipeg
27th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: April 4, 1916. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Presbyterian
Kirkness Horace  LOL 2430, Petersfield
McAuley Edgar Alexander #2129208  LOL 2083, McAuley
27th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: October 4, 1918, France.
McClure H. Lieutenant #22410  LOL 120, Winnipeg
44th Manitoba Battalion  Died: August 23, 1917. Vimy Memorial. Methodist
McComb David Leonard, Corporal #86745  LOL 1464, Stonewall
5th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery. Died: June 13, 1916, Belgium. Presbyterian
McFadden Colin  LOL 1795, Winnipeg
McHarg Hugh Alexander #292293 
LOL 1490, Carman
44th Manitoba Battalion  Died: April 8, 1917, France. Methodist
McHenry J.  LOL 120, Winnipeg
McKenver Angus K.  LOL 2077, Winnipeg
McKerrow Richard #415072   LOL 1653, Deloraine
25th Nova Scotia Battalion.  Died: August 29, 1918, France.
McKinnon Roger  LOL 2294, Transcona
McKinvin Angus 
LOL 2294, Transcona
McLaughlin William  LOL 1510, Wellwood
McLean Robert, Lance-Corporal, Military Medal, #830619  LOL 325, Winnipeg
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: September 30, 1918. Presbyterian.
McNair Earl  LOL 1466, Morris
McNeice Robert John #461500 LOL 2569, Winnipeg
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: September 26, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian
McRae J.  LOL 1630, Cypress River
Marsh Gilbert #425054  LOL 1883, Glenella
31st Alberta Battalion. Died: September 15, 1916, France. Presbyterian.
Marshall Alexander  #291497  LOL 2318, Ridgeville                                        1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Manitoba/Saskatchewan)  Died between August 20 and 21, 1917.  Vimy Memorial. Anglican.
Mason Richard  LOL
1351, Portage la Prairie
Millar Charles D. #15404  LOL 1490, Carman                                                 8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died: February 17, 1917, France.
Methodist
Mennie William  LOL 484, Winnipeg
Moody Harry John #14770  LOL 2311, Winnipeg                                           16th Manitoba Battalion. Died: April 23, 1915. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Moore Walter L. #1000203  LOL 1795, Winnipeg                                         44th Manitoba Battalion.  Died: April 27, 1918.  France. Anglican
Ogiltree Francis  LOL 1357,
Peter Robert William #1000759  LOL 2008, Gladstone                                   44th Manitoba Battalion.  Died: August 23, 1917. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian
Petrick Adam  #865546  LOL 1512, Brandon                                                  8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: September 29, 1918. France. Presbyterian
Porteous Robert Mooney #213799  LOL 2035, Brandon                                19th Battalion (Central Ontario Regiment)  Died: September 29, 1916. Vimy Memorial. Presbyterian.
Pott Horace  LOL 2318, Ridgeville
Pruden Richard  LOL 2430, Petersfield
Rainey James  LOL 2569, Winnipeg
Rainey John  LOL 2569, Winnipeg
Rankin R.H.  LOL 2294, Transcona
Reiney James  LOL 2569, Winnipeg
Roberts W.  LOL 1913, Winnipeg
Robinson Walter  1795, Winnipeg
Russell Peter  LOL 1844, Norwood
Scott J.W. 
LOL 2569, Winnipeg
Sexsmith Mark  LOL 411, Emo, Ontario
Sexsmith Richard  LOL 411, Emo, Ontario
Sharpe C.  LOL 1913, Winnipeg
Shewfelt Lorne  LOL 1490, Carman
Shields G.G.  LOL 2446, Winnipeg
Smith Alexander  LOL 1520, Winnipeg
Spratt J. George  LOL 1656, Elgin
Stokes H.  LOL 2318, Ridgeville
Storzack John  LOL 1511, Carberry
Tatten William  LOL 1520, Winnipeg
Tavener Harold R.  LOL 1711, Minnetonas
Thorvaldson W.  LOL 2035, Brandon
Vance Samuel G.  LOL 1795, Winnipeg
Walker Ernest  LOL 1772, Gilbert Plains
Walker Reginald G.  LOL 2294, Transcona
Weilding Harry  LOL 649, Neepawa
Wilford C.  LOL 2077, Winnipeg
Woods Thomas  LOL 2039, Benito
Woods W.E.  LOL 990, Fort Francis
Wray Robert  LOL 2312, Brandon

1939 - 1945

Easton
Herbert Robinson, Sergeant, R/56846  LOL 1795 Winnipeg
214 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force
Died: April 18, 1941. No known grave.
Harnett Sam Robert James, Sapper, H/56302  LOL 990 Fort Frances, Ontario
3 Field Park Company, Royal Canadian Engineers
Died: October 23, 1944, Belgium.
Peterson Edwin, Sergeant, B/58272  LOL 1510 Wellwood
1st Special Service Battalion (Devil's Brigade)
Died: February 7, 1944, Anzio Beachead, Italy
Pritchard William Lawrence, H/103566  LOL 1568 Rathwell
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada
Died: October 23, 1944, Netherlands.
Reynolds L.R.  LOL 1583 Killarney
Sheppard David George, Leading Signalman, V/9817  LOL 1520 Winnipeg
Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve
Died: September 13, 1942 onboard His Majesty's Canadian Ship 'Ottawa' - twice torpedoed in the North Atlantic.
Smith Thomas Alfred, Leading Cook, V/24481  LOL 325 Winnipeg
Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve
Died: August 21, 1944 onboard His Majesty's Canadian Ship 'Alberni' - torpedoed and sunk.
Suttie James Murray MC, Captain,  LOL 1510 Wellwood
Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, Attached: 4th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers
Died: October 22, 1944, Netherlands

SASKATCHEWAN
1914 - 1919

Allen
Charles #105230  LOL 1980, Govan. 
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: September 26, 1916, France. Anglican
Atcheson John James #216061 LOL 2448, Plumbridge
107th Winnipeg Battalion/Canadian Pioneers  Died: August 15, 1917,France. Anglican
Barrett
Robert  Lee #425645  LOL 1892, Abernethy
8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died: September 26, 1916, France. Presbyterian.
Bielcard J.W.  LOL 2265, Waldeck
Billott H.  LOL 2424, Woodrow
Bowen Calvin Milton #907441  LOL 1861, Stoughton
195th Regina Battalion/Manitoba Battalion.  Died: April 28th, 1918, France. Presbyterian
Bremner Charles Jamieson #910906  LOL 2196, Young
46th South Saskatchewan Battalion.  Died: August 21, 1917. Vimy Memorial
Bridges Thomas #105920  LOL 1980, Govan
68th Regina Battalion.  Died: September 25, 1916 Presbyterian
Bright James Charles #424382  LOL 2379, Duff
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: September 26, 1916.  Vimy Memorial
Brown D.  LOL 1861, Stoughton
Brown John  LOL 2473, Bradwell
Brown W.M.  LOL 2632, Moose Jaw
Bulmer F.J.  LOL 2179, Estevan
Burlmaux  S.  LOL 2379, Duff
Card Thomas  LOL 2373, Aneroid
Carr W.  LOL 2061, Davidson
Carrol John  LOL 1608, Regina
Carson George #811 Sergeant  LOL 1993, Regina
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.  Died: May 18, 1915, France.
Wesleyan Methodist
Charlton Alexander William #114298  LOL 1930, North Battleford
1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan)  Died: May 9, 1916, Belgium. Anglican
Coleman William Richard #106144  LOL 2255, Millerdale
Corporal, 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan).  Died: September 15, 1916, France. Anglican.
Compton HenryB.  #73741 Distinguished Conduct Medal,  LOL 1993, Regina
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: June 8, 1916, Belgium.
Cooper S.C.  LOL 2631, Regina
Cox R.T.  LOL 2263, Saskatoon
Craig C.M  LOL 2366, Regina
Craig E.A.  LOL 2088, Unity
Craig M.  LOL 2366, Regina
Crowder P.E.  LOL 2304, Tompkins
Cudmore William Henry #255509  LOL 1599, Archydale
3rd Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps.  Died: September 24, 1918, France
Dand Martin #73740  LOL 1608, Regina
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: June 6, 1916, Belgium.
Fisher John  LOL 1801, Saskatoon
Foster Charles  LOL 2271, Richfarms
Fowler Henry  #907086  LOL 1608, Regina
102nd Battalion (Central Ontario Regiment)  Died: April 6, 1917, France. Presbyterian
Gallagher Joseph Charles #472167  LOL 1801, Saskatoon
2nd Company, Canadian Machine Gun Corps.  Died: June 3, 1916, Belgium. Baptist
Gilmore  John James #204764  LOL 1599, Archydale
13th Company, Canadian Machine Gun Corps.  Died: May 3, 1917, France
Gordon George  LOL 2191, Luseland
Goudal Pierre Joseph #473121   LOL 2173, Shellbrook
14th Battalion (Royal Montreal Regiment)   Died: September 26, 1916, France. Presbyterian
Hamilton J.  LOL 2346, Ernfold
Hampton Joseph #463092  LOL 1980, Govan
7th (British Columbia) Battalion.  Died: August 9, 1918, France
Harding William, Sergeant #73059  LOL 2263, Saskatoon
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: October 8, 1915, Belgium.  Anglican
Harres H.G.  LOL 1608, Regina
Harrison George  LOL 2305, Webb
Henderson J.  
LOL 1893, Swift Current
Hossel E.  LOL 2081, Hubbard
Johnston J.B.  LOL 2346, Ernfold
Kossack E.  LOL 2081, Hubbard
Kurty Charles  LOL 1993, Regina
Lees James  LOL 2462, Simpson
Logan R.B.  LOL 2476, Old Wives
McDonald A. LOL 1608, Regina
MacKay Alexander John #253147  LOL 1608, Regina
49th Edmonton Battalion. Died: November 2, 1917, Belgium. Presbyterian.
McWalter W.  LOL 1801, Saskatoon
Machan Clyde  LOL 2152, Rosetown
Martin Andrew  LOL 2472, Pilot Butte
Milne M.  LOL 2366, Regina
Milne William  LOL 2366, Regina
Morrow William  LOL 2174, Leask
Muir James  LOL 2472, Pilot Butte
Newton G.E.  LOL 1588, Oxbow
Nicholls J.L.  LOL 2434, Pinkham
Oliver Ernest  LOL 2263, Saskatoon
Pavier Arthur  #426154  LOL 1599, Archydale
8th Winnipeg Battalion. Died: April 5, 1918, England
Pollock S.L. #871552 LOL 2263, Saskatoon
78th Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers).  Died: April 6th, 1917, France
Powell W.T.  LOL 2006, Mortlach
Reid James Allan, Sergeant, Military Medal #13142  Methodist  LOL 2161, Sylvania
5th Battalion (Western Calvary).  Died: September 26-27, 1916, Vimy Memorial.
Robb Wiliam  LOL 2462, Simpson
Robinson D. #334444 LOL 2366, Regina
3rd Field Ambulance, Canadian Army Medical Corp. Died: April 30, 1915. Buried: RNWMP Cemetery, Regina.
Robson J.  LOL 2631, Regina
Rooks Lester George, Lieutenant  LOL 2179, Estevan
Royal Canadian Regiment (originally Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry)  Died: April 9, 1917, France
Rusk Richard W. Corporal #106529  LOL 2424, Woodrow
1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan)  Died:  September 15, 1916, France
Sanford James  LOL 2472, Pilot Butte
Scott G.E.  LOL 1926, Laura
Shier H.  LOL 2525, Boswells
Sparrow Roy  Manley #252494  LOL 2305, Webb
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: May 18, 1917, France
Stone Charles Addison, Sergeant #81857  LOL 1930, North Battleford
8th Winnipeg Battalion.  Died: September 9, 1916, France.
Storer T.H., Lieutenant  LOL 1930, North Battleford
Summers John Andrew #2000028  LOL 2631, Regina
5th (Western Calvary) Battalion.  Died: November 10, 1917, Belgium
Sunley William  LOL 2448, Plumbridge
Sunley W. Sergeant #73842  LOL 1525, Summerberry
28th 'North West' Battalion.  Died: September 14, 1916, France.
Tackaberry George Frederick #426611  LOL 2304, Tompkins
16th Manitoba Battalion. Died: September 4, 1916, France.
Tetterley C.  LOL 2592, Limerick
Thompson E.  LOL 2153, Dinsmore
Tinkess I.W. Lieutenant  LOL 2263, Saskatoon
44th Manitoba Battalion   Died: February 13, 1917, France.
Vokins William McArthur #625160  LOL 1972, Lashburn
78th Battalion (Winnipeg Grenadiers)  Died: October 30, 1917, Belgium.
Walker George  LOL 2592, Limerick
Walter E.  LOL 2346, Ernfold
Waterton A.C.  #925720  LOL 2592, Limerick
15th Battalion, Cdn Army Medical Corps.  Died: November 15, 1917, Belgium.
Watson F. 
LOL 1608, Regina
Weeks William T. #114087 Methodist.  LOL 2103, Lloydminster
5th Canadian Mounted Rifles (Quebec).  Died: September 19, 1916, France.
Weir Robert  Cpl. #13045 MM  LOL 2265, Waldeck
5th Battalion (Western Calvary).  Died:  September 26, 1916, France.
Wickens Ewart Roland L/Cpl #472698  LOL 1801, Saskatoon
46th South Saskatchewan Battalion.  Died:  November 18, 1916, France.
Wilson Thomas B.  LOL 2088, Unity
Woodhouse J.  LOL 1725, Sintaluta

1939 - 1945

Adair 
Arthur Dunham  #R/70976  LOL 2327, Fairlight
Flight Sergeant (Air Obs.) Royal Canadian Air Force; attached to  9 Squadron, Royal Air Force. Died: June 21, 1942. Buried: Netherlands
Aldridge Kenneth H/1465  Former child in Orange Home, Indian Head
 45 Gen. Transport Company, Royal Cdn. Army Service Corps. Drowned at landing in France, July 14, 1944.
Age 18.
Brown Lloyd  LOL 1559, Ellisboro
George Albert  LOL 2564, Willow Bunch
Hogan Dr. H.T.  LOL 2309, Lintlaw
McIntyre William G. L/27939  LOL 2441, Forest Gate
Regina Rifles. Died June 9, 1944. Buried: France
McRobb James Keith J/36381  LOL 2631, Regina
Flying Officer (Navigator) 427 Sqn. Royal Canadian Air Force.  Died: July 29, 1944 while on  attack on Hamburg in Lancaster bomber. Buried: Hamburg, Germany
Patterson Robert  Juvenile Orange Lodge 212, Regina. Drowned at sea
Tatlow Raymond L/101577  LOL 3034, White Fox
Gunner, 15 Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery.  Died: February 28, 1945. Buried: Netherlands
Taylor W.  LOL 1873, Carievale
Thompson Robert  LOL 2424, Woodrow


Thomas Young
LOL 1895, Coleman, Alberta
McGillivray Creek Mine Explosion
Bro. Young was killed along with nine other men in the explosion on November 23, 1926. Twenty men on the upper levels of the mine survived. He is buried in the Bellevue Cemetery, Crowsnest. Age 26.

Samuel Kirk
County Master - Miniota, Manitoba
LOL 1804, Miniota
February 14th, 1914

Particularly sad were the circumstances surrounding the death of this brother, who had been honoured just one week previously by his brethren, by being appointed to the County chair of Miniota.  He gave up his life in a heroric attempt to save his daughter from a fire which consumed his dwelling.  He was for twenty-six years connected with the Order.

Hillcrest Mine Disaster
June 19, 1914
'Lord Nelson' LOL 2199, Hillcrest, Alberta

Hillcrest is known the world over for the 1914 mine disaster, the worst coal mining disaster in Canadian history.
When the explosion and disaster occured on Friday June 19, 1914 it became the world's third worst mine disaster.
The mine was owned and operated by the Hillcrest Coal and Coke Company, and was thought to be one of the safest in the region. On Friday June 19, 1914 at 9:30 a.m., it is believed that a methane gas explosion stirred up coal dust which then triggered further blasts. The force of the underground explosions erupted out of one of the mine entrances, blowing in the front wall of the concrete hoist engine house and removing its roof, killing two people on the surface and collapsing the entrance. Of the 235 men on shift in the mine that morning, only 46 survived both the initial blast and the subsequent gasses and lack of oxygen.
The accident had a profound effect on the town of Hillcrest Mines, which in 1914 had a population of about 1,000. A total of 189 men died, about half of the mine’s total workforce, which left 130 women widowed and about 400 children fatherless. Many of the victims were buried in a mass grave at the Hillcrest Cemetery. Condolences came from across the country, including a brief message from King George V, but the commencement of World War I soon overshadowed this event.
  Amongst them were a large number of the members of 'Lord Nelson' Loyal Orange Lodge No. 2199, Hillcrest, including the Worshipful Master, Secretary and several other officers.  This disaster and the advent of the Great War brought this lodge to a quick close.  The members of this lodge who were killed by both events were not recorded except these known few who were killed in the mine:

Pounder George - Worshipful Master
Adlam William Herbert - Lodge Secretary
Quigley James S., Mine Foreman  - Lodge Secretary in 1912


Links:

http://www.crowsnest.bc.ca/hillcrest.html
http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dsucha/hillcrest.html
http://members.tripod.com/~coalminersmemorial/hillcrestminedisaster.html

South Africa 1899-1901

Jenkins Angus Pte. #509  (killed July 1, 1900)
LOL 1625 Red Deer, Alberta. 
Strathcona's Horse, 'B' Squadron 
Anglican, cowpuncher
Brother Jenkins was the first casualty of Strathcona's Horse after being shot in the abdomen when his troop came under fire from a
farmhouse flying a white flag.   Second-hand stories and rumours have it that the captured Boers were summarily hanged for shooting Jenkins under a flag of truce.  He was buried the same day in the garden of an abandoned farm.  Lord Dundonald and Staff attended the funeral.  Bro. Jenkins Queen's South Africa medal, sent to his father, is in the Lord Strathcona's Horse museum, Calgary.

McNicoll Archibald
Pte. #483
 LOL 1625 Red Deer, Alberta.
Strathcona's Horse, 'B' Squadron
Died of Enteric Fever, June 19, 1900, South Africa

The Nile Campaign, Egypt

KENNEDY William   Nassau   Lieutenant-Colonel                                                                                              LOL  Winnipeg                                                                                                           90th Regiment Winnipeg.  Died May 3, 1885
LINK 

North West Canada Rebellion - 1885

    A list of Orangemen having served in this campaign isn't available but many are known to have served.  For example, of the 250 men of the Royal Grenadiers of Toronto, 148 were members of the Orange Order.  The Midland Regiment (Belleville, Lindsay, Kingston, Port Hope)  also had strong Orange connections.  Both units were front and center in the taking of Batoche.  In all, 40 men died and 119 were wounded serving the Queen during this campaign.                                                                       It is not known which of those named below were members of a Loyal Orange Lodge.

ALLEN   George Kyrle, French’s Scouts. Batoche 
ANDERSON Joseph, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.                                                                                                    ARMSWORTH   Charles, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Died of wounds from engagement at Fish Creek.                                                                                                         ARNOLD G.P., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Duck Lake.
ASSELIN Benjamin A., Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek.
BABIE James, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
BAKER D’Arcy, Sergeant, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry.  Shot dead April 26, 1885.  
BARBER William Henry, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Batoche  
BARON  Ralph, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche  
BARTON  William, Private, Midland Battalion. Batoche  
BLACKWOOD Alexander S., Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
BOUCHETTE Charles J., Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
BOWDEN   Harry Hammant, Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
BRISHANE  Batoche  
BROWN Edward T., Captain, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Killed May 12, Batoche.  
BRUCE Valentine, Trooper, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Fish Creek.  
BURKE  P., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Cut Knife Hill. 
CAFFNEY James T. Cut Knife Hill  
CANNIFF William Hamilton, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
CANTWELL William John, Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
CHAMBERS   Joseph   Fish Creek  
CHARPENTIER Napoleon, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Batoche  
CHRISTIE Albert E., Sergeant, Midland Battalion. Batoche  
CLARKE W.   Fish Creek  
CODE John Britton David, Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Killed at Fish Creek. 
COOK  Batoche  
COOK Richard Samuel, French’s Scouts. Batoche  
COOK W.   Fish Creek  
COOPER  George E., Colour Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles. Cut Knife Hill                                                                                                              COWAN  D., Corporal, North West Mounted Police. Killed by Big Bear's band upon returning from a scouting patrol at Fort Pitt, SK, April 15.
COWLEY M.   Batoche  
CUMMINGS Roderick, Colour Sergeant, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Fish Creek   DALEY S.N.   Batoche  
DAWSON  George Dudley, Major. 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
DOBBS Arthur, Private, Battleford Rifle Company. Killed at Cut Knife Hill. 
DUNN Robert Henry, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Fish Creek  
EAGER John B., Corporal, Governor General’s Foot Guards sharpshooters. Batoche
ELLIOTT Sheffington Connor, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
EMERIE   A.   Fish Creek  
ENNIS William, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Killed at Fish Creek. 
ERRICKSON  Max, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion.  Batoche  
FAIRBANKS William S., Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Batoche  
FERGUSON Alexander W., Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion.  Killed at Fish Creek. 
FISHER  Alexander, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
FITCH William Charles, Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Killed at Batoche. 
FOLEY James, Corporal, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
FOULKES Herbert, #93, Bugler, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Shot through chest, May 2, Cut Knife Hill.
FRASER James Sutherland Chisholm, Private, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles. Cut Knife Hill  
FRAZER James Ira, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Killed at Batoche. 
FRENCH John, Captain, French’s Scouts.  Killed at Batoche. 
GAGHAN    Batoche  
GARDEN  Batoche  
GARDNER   Fish Creek                                                                                             GARRETT G.M., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Duck Lake.                                                                                                            GIBSON W., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Duck Lake.
GILBERT Ernest, Bugler, Battleford Rifle Company. Cut Knife Hill. 
GILCHRIST W., Corporal, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake.      GILLIES James, Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche                                                                                                       GORDON S.F., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake.
HALLIWELL Edwin Armitage Earle, Corporal, Midland Battalion. Batoche  
HALLIWELL John Earle, Lieutenant, Midland Battalion. Batoche  
HARDISTY R.R, 90th Winnipeg Battalion.  Killed at Batoche. 
HARRIS Edward, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Fish Creek  
HARRISON James, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek  
HAY William Hope, Trooper, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Batoche  
HISLOP David, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
HOWE W. Inspector, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake.        HUTCHINS James, Staff Sergeant, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Fish Creek  
HUTCHISON James, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Killed.
JACKES Franklin Robert, Sergeant, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche  
JONES Harry   Fish Creek  
JONES Milas Riley   Fish Creek  
JONES  Richard, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Fish Creek  
KEMP  Charles H., Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
KEMP  William, Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche  
KING  Charles, Trooper, Boulton’s Mountain Infantry. Fish Creek  
KIPPEN Alexander Walker, Lieutenant, Dominion Land Survey Intelligence Corps.   Batoche  
LAIDLAW  George E., Lieutenant, Midland Battalion. Batoche  
LANGERELL W.   Fish Creek  
LANGFORD James, Trooper, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Fish Creek  
LEMAY Joseph Ephrem, Private, 65th Mount Royal Rifles. Died in pursuit of Big Bear.  
LETHBRIDGE John Edward, Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
LLOYD  George Exton, Chaplain, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles. Cut Knife Hill  
LOVELL  Edward, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
LOWRY W.H.T., Corporal, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Cut Knife Hill. 
Mac KEAND  Alfred, Lieutenant-Colonel, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche  
MANLEY Frederick Fitzpayne, Captain & Adjutant, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers.      Batoche                                                                                                                    MANNERS-SMITH W.A., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake
MANOLLY G.Henry de, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek  
MARCOTTE  Joseph, Private, 65th Mount Royal Rifles. Died in pursuit of Big Bear.  
MARKLEY A., Constable (Scout),  Prince Albert Volunteers. Wounded at Duck Lake.
MARSHALL    Batoche  
MARTIN  Arthur S., Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
MASON James, Captain, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
MAWHINNEY  S. William, Laboratory Foreman, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery.  Fish Creek  
Mc DONALD  Ernest James, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Fish Creek  
Mc DONALD   Mr. D., Assistant Clerk.  Steamer "Northcote".                                        
Mc KENZIE Daniel, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
Mc NABB Alexander, Sergeant, Prince Albert Volunteers. Wounded at Duck Lake.
Mc PHAIL Daniel, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.               Mc QUILKEN  Joseph  St. C., Private, Governor General’s Foot Guards sharpshooters.  Cut Knife Hill  
Mc REA   J.   In pursuit of Big Bear.  
MIDDLETON Robert, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.              MILLER A., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake.         MILSON  Henry, Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
MITCHELL     Batoche  
MOISAN  Eugene, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek  
MOORE Henry Stewart, Captain, Constable,  Prince Albert Volunteers. Wounded at Duck Lake.   
MOORE  Thomas, Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Killed at Batoche.               MORTON John, Captain, Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
MORTON  Thomas, Corporal, ‘B’ Battery (Kingston), Canadian Artillery. Cut Knife Hill      NAPIER William, Corporal, Prince Albert Volunteers. Killed at Duck Lake.
NEWETT C., Constable, Prince Albert Volunteers. Wounded at Duck Lake.
OSGOODE William, Private, Governor General’s Foot Guards sharpshooters. Killed at Cut Knife Hill  
OUELLETTE  Napoleon, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek.  
PELLETIER   Oscar Charles, Lieutenant, ‘B’ Battery (Kingston), Canadian Artillery. (attached from 9th Quebec Voltigeurs)  Cut Knife Hill  
PERRIN  Herbert B., Trooper, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Fish Creek  
PHILLIPS  William, Gunner,  ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Killed at Batoche. 
PRINGLE  William Rodger McIntyre, Dresser, Medical Staff.  Shot on steamer “Northcote" at  Batoche.   
QUIGLEY  John, Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
REYNOLDS Thomas, Gunner, ‘B’ Battery (Kingston), Canadian Artillery. Cut Knife Hill  
ROGERS John, Private, Governor General’s Foot Guards sharpshooters.                 Killed at Cut Knife Hill  
SCOBEL  Batoche  
SLEIGH R.B., Corporal, North West Mounted Police. Killed at Cut Knife Hill.  
SPACKMAN  Alfred James, Sergeant-Major, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps.       Cut Knife Hill  
STEAD  Louis, Private, 10th Battalion, Royal Grenadiers. Batoche  
STEWART  Alexander, Colour Sergeant, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Fish Creek
STEWART Alexander, Constable, Prince Albert Volunteers. Wounded at Duck Lake.
STOUT  Thomas, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Batoche  
SWAN  John Wheeler Charles, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
SWINFORD  Charles, Lieutenant, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
TAYLOR  Douglas H., Acting Bombardier, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery.    Fish Creek  
THEKER  Walter T., Corporal, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Fish Creek  
THOMPSON  Frederick J., Trooper, Boulton’s Mounted Infantry. Fish Creek  
TURNER  James, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek  
VAREY  Charles A., Private, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles. Cut Knife Hill  
VINEN  Mr.   on the steamer “Northcote"  
WARD  John H.   Cut Knife Hill   
WATSON  Arthur John, #165, Private, ’C’ Company, Infantry School Corps. Died of wounds following the Battle of Fish Creek, May 1st.   
WATSON  F. Alexander, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche   
WATSON  M. John, Sergeant-Major, 90th Winnipeg Battalion. Batoche   
WATTS  George W., Private, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles. Cut Knife Hill   
WHEELER  Arthur Oliver, Lieutenant, Dominion Land Survey Intelligence Corps.     Batoche   
WHEELER  George Victor, Private, 90th Winnipeg Battalion.   Fish Creek   
WILSON  Michael, Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek   
WINDER  Charles, Transport.  Killed at Cut Knife Hill.                                                  WOOD J.J., Constable, North West Mounted Police. Wounded at Duck Lake. 
WOODMAN  Walter Y., Gunner, ‘A’ Battery (Quebec), Canadian Artillery. Fish Creek  
WRIGHT  William Thomas, Sergeant, 90th Winnipeg Rifles. Batoche  
YOUNG  Alexander Lovelace, Private, 90th Winnipeg Rifles. Batoche

Red River Rebellion
 
Thomas Scott  Surveyor.  March 4, 1870, Upper Fort Garry, Manitoba          After a so-called "trial" spoken in a language he didn't understand and without any legal defense, Bro. Scott was shot by a  Metis firing squad (some of whom were drunk) under the order of Louis Riel.  After being shot, Thomas Scott was placed inside a wooden crate outside in the cold,  still alive, where he was allowed to suffer for many hours while still able to talk.  Someone finally completed the murder.   His body was later hidden and desecrated under the orders of Louis Riel, much to the anguish of Bro. Scott's mother.  Thomas Scott was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the 49th Hastings Battalion of Rifles.  It was learned after his murder that he was a member of the Loyal Orange Lodge.  His murder caused a more immediate response from the Dominion government which dispatched a military expedition to Red River to restore order.  The Thomas Scott Memorial Orange Hall (erected 1902) on Princess Street, Winnipeg, is  named in his commemoration.

A detailed, first hand account of Bro. Scott's murder can be read toward the end of this chapter -  LINK

                                             

Fenian Raids 1866 - 1870

A Roll of Orangemen having fell in this campaign is not availible but it is known that many members of the Order served in repelling the Irish-American Fenian invaders. In 1866 the Grand Lodge meeting had to be postponed with the following explanation: "owing to the invasion of our soil on the 2nd of June by bands of Fenian's, and from the fact that nearly every officer in the Grand Lodge, as well as thousands of our brethren, were called to the front to resist the invaders, the M.W. Grand Master ordered the meeting postponed."   The first blood shed by the defenders was that of an Orangeman.  The government of Canada refuses to acknowledge the service and sacrifice of those who responded to the call of duty in this campaign by way of an official honour roll.

                   

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