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

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Thumbnail - Lieutenant George Lawrence Bisset Mackenzie Roll CardLt. George L.B. Mackenzie.

Lieutenant George Lawrence Bisset Mackenzie. Son of G.A. Mackenzie, Barrister, of Toronto, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1913. Admitted as a law student in 1913 at age 21. Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion. Killed in action 7 June 1916. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Roderick Ward Maclennan Roll CardLt. Roderick W. Maclennan.

Lieutenant Roderick Ward Maclennan. Son of R.J. Maclennan of Toronto, Ontario. B.A. Queen's University, 1914. Admitted as a law student in 1914 at age 21. Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 23 December 1917. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Frederick John Strange Martin Roll CardLt. Frederick J.S. Martin.

Lieutenant Frederick John Strange Martin. Son of Edward Martin. Admitted as a law student in 1896. Called to the bar in 1900. Practised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Lieutenant 58th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed 30 August 1918.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant George Geoffrey May Roll CardLt. George G. May.

Lieutenant George Geoffrey May. Son of A.F. May of Ottawa, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 21. Lieutenant 75th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed at Vimy Ridge, 9 April 1917. Never called to the bar.
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Lt. Robert W.L. McBrady.  

Lieutenant Robert William Low McBrady. Son of William McBrady, lawyer, of Port Arthur, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 19. Lieutenant 141st Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed while at home on 3 Oct. 1917. Never called to the bar.

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Thumbnail - Lieutenant James Ignatius Joachim McCorkell Roll CardLt. James I.J. McCorkell.  

Lieutenant James Ignatius Joachim McCorkell. Son of Joseph McCorkell, farmer, of Udney, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1912. Admitted as a law student in 1917 at age 22. Lieutenant 116th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed in action 12 Aug. 1918. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Captain Arthur Lawrence McGovern PortraitCapt. Arthur L. McGovern.

Captain Arthur Lawrence McGovern. Son of James Michael McGovern, immigration agent, of Port Arthur, Ontario. B.A. Laval University, 1909 at age 20. Admitted as a law student in 1909. Called to the bar 25 May 1912. Practised in Port Arthur, Ontario. Captain 28th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed in action 7 June 1917.
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Thumbnail - Major Arthur Edward McLaughlin PortraitMaj. Arthur E. McLaughlin.

Major Arthur Edward McLaughlin. Admitted as a law student in 1892. Called to the bar in 1895. Practised in Bowmanville, Ontario. Major 2nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Died of wounds 11 September 1916.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Gordon Davis McLean PortraitLt. Gordon D. McLean.

Lieutenant Gordon Davis McLean. Son of Peter McLean, M.D., deceased, of Ayton, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1911. Admitted as a law student in 1911 at age 21. Called to the bar 22 May 1914. Practised in Toronto, Ontario and Calgary, Alberta. Lieutenant 7th Battalion, Tank Corps. Killed in action 21 August 1918.
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Thumbnail - Private John Dewar McMurrich PortraitPte. John D. McMurrich.

Private John Dewar McMurrich. Son of William Barclay McMurrich of Toronto, Ontario. Admitted as a law student in 1895. Called in 1898. Practised in Toronto, Ontario and South Porcupine, Ontario, and from 1912 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Private 72nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed in action 9 December 1917.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Ronald Gwynnyd Montague McRae Roll CardLt. Ronald G. McRae.

Lieutenant Ronald Gwynnyd Montague McRae. Son of A.C. MacRae, financier, of Weston, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1911. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 21. Lieutenant 24th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 28 January 1918. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Major-General Malcolm Smith Mercer, C.B., D.S.O., Roll CardMaj.-Gen. M.S. Mercer, C.B., D.S.O.

Major-General Malcolm Smith Mercer. Companion of the Order of the Bath, 22 June 1916. Distinguished Service Order. Admitted as a law student in 1885. Called to the bar in 1888. Practised in Toronto, Ontario. Major-General, commanding 3rd Canadian Division. Mentioned in despatches published in London Gazette, 22 June 1916. Killed 3 June 1916.
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Thumbnail - Major John Redmond Walsingham Meredith PortraitMaj. John R.W. Meredith.

Major John Redmond Walsingham Meredith. Admitted as a law student in 1899. Called to the bar in 1902. Practised in Toronto, Ontario. Major, 95th Overseas Battalion. Died suddenly in England 25 November 1916.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant-Colonel Armour Adamson Miller Roll CardLt.-Col. Armour A. Miller.

Lieutenant-Colonel Armour Adamson Miller. Admitted as a law student in 1893. Called to the bar in 1898. Practised in Toronto, Ontario. Lieutenant-Colonel, 19th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Died of wounds on 21 June 1918.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Albert Norton Proctor Morgan PortraitLt. Albert N.P. Morgan.

Lieutenant Albert Norton Proctor Morgan. Son of Dr. H.J. Morgan of Ottawa, Ontario. Admitted as a law student in 1895. Called to the bar in 1900. Practised in New Liskeard, Ontario and Montreal, Québec. Lieutenant 10th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed on active service on 24 May 1915.
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Thumbnail - Private William Edward Morrison PortraitPte. William E. Morrison.

Private William Edward Morrison. Son of George Morrison, merchant, of Callander, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1911. Admitted as a law student in 1911 at age 19. Called to the bar 25 May 1917. Practised in Toronto, Ontario and Callander, Ontario. Private, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. Killed in action 29 August 1918.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Charles Gordon Mortimer PortraitLt. Charles G. Mortimer.

Lieutenant Charles Gordon Mortimer. Son of Charles White Mortimer, Barrister, of Los Angeles, California. Diploma, Royal Military College, 1911. Admitted as a law student in at age 20. Called to the bar 22 May 1914. Practised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Lieutenant 24th Anti-Aircraft Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action 21 October 1916.
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Thumbnail - Major Charles Alexander Moss PortraitMaj. Charles A. Moss.

Major Charles Alexander Moss. Born 19 June 1872. Son of Charles Moss, Chief Justice of Ontario, and Emily Sullivan. Married to Elizabeth Britton. B.A. University of Toronto, 1894. Admitted as a law student in 1894. Called to the bar in 1897. Practised in Toronto, Ontario. Bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada, 1911-1916. Major, 3rd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Died on 24 October 1916 at Rouen of wounds received at Courcellette.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Grant Davidson Mowat Roll CardCapt. Grant D. Mowat.

Captain Grant Davidson Mowat. Son of Alexander Mowat, school teacher, of Peterborough, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1912. Admitted as a law student in 1916 at age 21. Captain 21st Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Killed in action 15 August 1917. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Major John McDonald Mowat Roll CardMaj. John M. Mowat.

Major John McDonald Mowat. Son of John Bower Mowat. Called in 1898. Practised in Kingston, Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia. Major 4th (formerly 62nd) Battalion. Killed in action 8 October 1916.
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Thumbnail - Lieutenant Harold Gladstone Murray Roll CardLt. Harold G. Murray.

Lieutenant Harold Gladstone Murray. Son of A.G. Murray, Barrister, of Fort Frances, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1915. Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery. Killed in action 19 December 1916. Never called to the bar.
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