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

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Thumbnail - Lt. Royland Allin Walter Roll CardLt. Royland A. Walter, M.C.

Lieutenant Royland Allin Walter. Military Cross. Son of W. Walter, farmer, of Colborne, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1917. Admitted as a law student in 1917 at age 26. Killed in action on September 29th, 1918. Never called to the bar.
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 Lt. Charles H. Watson. C.H. Watson

Lieutenant Charles Harold Watson. Son of G.C. Watson. B.A. University of Toronto, 1912. Admitted as a law student in 1912. Called to the bar 20 May 1915. Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery, 4th Bde. Killed in action on August 11th, 1918.

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 Lt. Charles H. White. Thumbnail - Lt. Charles Herbert White Roll Card

Lieutenant Charles Herbert White. Son of Henry White, solicitor, of Port Hope, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1914. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 17. Lieutenant, 136th Battalion, transferred 20th Battalion. Died of wounds 17 August 1917. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lt. Maurice Fisken Wilkes Roll CardLt. Maurice F. Wilkes.

Lieutenant Maurice Fisken Wilkes. Son of G.H. Wilkes, gentleman, of Brantford, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1913. Admitted as a law student in 1913 at age 21. Lieutenant, 19th Battalion. Killed in action 15 September 1916. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lt. Reginald Prinsep Wilkins Roll CardLt. Reginald P. Wilkins.

Lieutenant Reginald Prinsep Wilkins. Son of E.D.H. Wilkins, Barrister, of Wetaskiwin, Alberta. B.A. University of Toronto, 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 22. 120th Battalion. Killed on September 27th, 1918. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lt. William Hartley Willard Roll CardLt. William H. Williard [sic].

Lieutenant William Hartley Willard. Son of J.C. Willard, tailor, of Toronto, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1915. Admitted as a law student in 1915 at age 20. Lieutenant, "C" Company, 83rd Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force; Lieutenant, 18th Battalion. Killed in action 15 September 1916. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lt. Arthur Patrick Wilson Roll CardLt. Arthur P. Wilson, M.C.

Lieutenant Arthur Patrick Wilson. Military Cross. Son of A.A. Wilson, notary, of Tilbury, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1916. Admitted as a law student in 1917 at age 21. Lieutenant, 1st Battalion. Killed in action on September 1st, 1918. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Lt. Matthew Maurice Wilson Roll CardLt. M. Maurice Wilson.

Lieutenant Matthew Maurice Wilson. Son of M. Wilson, K.C., of Chatham, Ontario. Graduated from high school in 1913. Admitted as a law student in 1914 at age 17. Enlisted 186th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action on October 10th, 1918. Never called to the bar.
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Thumbnail - Major Arthur Vincent Wood PortraitMaj. Arthur Wood, M.C.

Major Arthur Vincent Wood. Military Cross. Son of Robert E. Wood, Barrister, of Peterborough, Ontario. B.A. Queen's University, 1908. Admitted as a law student in 1908 at age 21. Called to the bar 15 September 1911. Certified to British Columbia in 1911. Practised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Died on September 2nd, 1918.
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Thumbnail - Lt. Lowell Wallace Wood PortraitLt. Lowell W. Wood.

Lieutenant Lowell Wallace Wood. Son of John Wood of Woodbridge, Ontario. B.A. University of Toronto, 1911. Admitted as a law student in 1911 at age 20. Called to the bar 22 May 1914. Practised in Toronto, Ontario, Woodbridge, Ontario and Fort William, Ontario. Killed in action on October 17th, 1918.
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