Last Names Beginning with C - World War One Memorial Honour Roll

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
 

Thumbnail - Lieutenant William V. CareyLt. William V. Carey.

Lieutenant William Vincent Carey. Son of William Carey, deceased publisher, of Hamilton, Ontario. B.A. McGill University, 1909. Admitted as a law student in 1909 at age 22. Called to the bar 25 May 1912. Practised in Hamilton, Ontario. Lieutenant 19th Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action 30 September 1916.
View larger image
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record
Library and Archives Canada Record

Thumbnail - Lieutenant Lawrence Code Roll CardLt. Lawrence Code.

Lieutenant Lawrence Code. Son of W.J. Code, of Ottawa, Ontario. Lieutenant Royal Navy Air Service. Admitted as a law student in 1913 at age 16. Killed in action 20 August 1917. Never called to the bar.
View larger image
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record 
  

Thumbnail - Lieutenant Stewart CowanLt. Stewart Cowan.

Lieutenant Stewart Cowan. Son of John Cowan of Sarnia, Ontario. 1st year Arts University of Toronto, 1908. Admitted as a law student in 1908. Called to the bar 12 September 1913. Practised in Sarnia, Ontario. Lieutenant 24th (formerly 70th) Overseas Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action 1 October 1916.
View larger image
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record
Library and Archives Canada Record 

Thumbnail - Captain James Philip Crawford PortraitCapt. James P. Crawford.

Captain James Philip Crawford. Son of Hon. Thomas Crawford. Called to the bar in 1909. Practised in Porcupine, Ontario and Toronto, Ontario. Enlisted November 1915. Captain 3rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed 27 September 1918.
View larger image
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record
Library and Archives Canada Record

Pte. Thomas Crosthwaite.

Private Thomas Crosthwaite. Son of Luther Crosthwaite of Hamilton, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1907. Admitted as a law student in 1907 at age 14. A note on file mentions: "Cannot be called till Mich. 1913 on acc of age." Called to the bar 21 November 1913. Practised in Hamilton, Ontario. Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, 1st contingent. Killed in action 15 September 1916.
View larger image
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Record
Library and Archives Canada Record