Sunday, November 11, 2018

Canadian Pacific Railway West Toronto honors list for world war 1, some names of those who served.

The Canadian Pacific Railway kept a detailed honors list of all their employees who were injured or killed during the Great War (1914-18) Canadians made a large contribution to the Victory of the Allied forces of which they can be justly proud.


The Canadian Pacific Railway Honor Roll 1913,
there were more people listed but the publication was readable in many areas.

Cregg, Joseph Tinsmith West Toronto Wounded


Harrison, Robt. H. Trimmer West Toronto Wounded


Douse Edwin T. Clerk West Toronto Wounded


Tomkins Charles B. Carpenter West Toronto Wounded


Buckley, Edward Car Checker West Toronto Presumed Dead


Pitts, Walter G. Stripper West Toronto Wounded


Carter, David Car Repairer West Toronto Killed in action


Clark, Samuel Carpenter West Toronto Wounded


Keech, Ernest F. Hammer boy West Toronto Wounded


Marks, Frederick Car Repairer West Toronto Killed in action


Cregg, Joseph Tinsmith West Toronto Wounded


Harrison, Robt. H. Trimmer West Toronto Wounded


Adair, James Carpenter West Toronto Wounded


Roseyear, Frank M. Yard Helper West Toronto Wounded


Farrow, Thomas Car Repairer West Toronto Wounded


McCalden, John Locomotive fireman W. Toronto Wounded



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