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

 

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  Thumbnail - Lieutenant Charles Bevers Scott Portrait  Lt. Charles B. Scott.

Lieutenant Charles Bevers Scott. Born on November 21st, 1882. Son of Charles Scott, contractor, of Windsor, Ontario. M.A. Edinburgh University, 1906. Admitted as a law student in 1909. Called to the bar 25 May 1912. Practised in Windsor, Ontario and Toronto, Ontario. Lieutenant 166th Overseas Battalion. Killed in action on June 27th, 1917.
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  Thumbnail - Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Simpson Sharpe, D.S.O., Roll Card  Lt.-Col. Samuel S. Sharpe, D.S.O.

Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Simpson Sharpe. Distinguished Service Order. Called to the bar in 1898. Practised in Uxbridge, Ontario. Lieutenant-Colonel, 116th Battalion. Died on active service, 1918.
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  Thumbnail - Private Stanley Smith Roll Card  Pte. Stanley Smith.

Private Stanley Smith. Son of G.S. Smith, insurance agent, of Toronto, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1914. Admitted as a law student in 1914 at age 16. Private, 201st Battalion. Died of wounds, 12 May 1918. Never called to the bar.
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  Thumbnail - Lieutenant Thomas Herbert Sneath Roll Card  Lt. Thomas H. Sneath.

Lieutenant Thomas Herbert Sneath. Son of C.R. Sneath, physician, of Toronto, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1913. Admitted as a law student in 1913 at age 18. Lieutenant, 1st Canadian Trench Mortar Battery. Died of wounds, 9 September 1916. Never called to the bar.
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  Thumbnail - Lieutenant John Herbert Adams Stoneman Portrait  Lt. John H.A. Stoneman.

Lieutenant John Herbert Adams Stoneman. Son of Mrs. J.C. Stoneman of Toronto, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1913. Admitted as a law student in 1913 at age 20. Lieutenant, 220th Battalion. Killed in action September 1918. Never called to the bar.
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  Thumbnail - Major Duncan Stewart Storey Roll Card  Maj. Duncan S. Storey.

Major Duncan Stewart Storey. Admitted as a law student in 1893. Called to the bar in 1898. Practised in Toronto, Ontario and Midland, Ontario. Major, 162nd Battalion. Died of cancer, March 1917.
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  Thumbnail - Cadet David Alexander Swayze Portrait  Cdt. David A. Swayze.

Cadet David Alexander Swayze. Son of W.D. Swayze of Dunnville, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1910. Admitted as a law student in 1912 at age 17. Cadet, Royal Flying Corps. Killed at Camp Borden, 6 October 1917. Never called to the bar.
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  Thumbnail - Lieutenant William Keith Swayze Roll Card  Lt. William K. Swayze.

Lieutenant William Keith Swayze. Son of W.D. Swayze, Judge, of Lindsay, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1917 at age 18. On active service Royal Flying Corps. Died February 1920. Never called to the bar.
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