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1916 Events of the Year
from
The St. John's Daily News

 

Published Sat. Dec. 30, 1916

NECROLOGY (DEATHS)
Where no place is mentioned, the resident of the deceased was in the City of St. John's

1915

DECEMBER

Dec. 30 
Hon. John HARRIS, President of Legislative Council, 55

John T. BUTT, Grand Bank, 70

Mrs. Jonathan NOSEWORTHY, 62

Mrs. Sarah HISCOCK, Brigus.


1916

JANUARY

Jan. 1
Mrs. Aram DOWNTON,  81

Samuel GILLESPIE, Carbonear.

Jan. 2
Mrs. Ann ARMSTRONG

Jan. 4
Mrs. BOTWOOD, Widow of Archdeacon Botwood, London,  71

Patrick HANNAFORD, at Brooklyn, U.S.A.

Jan. 6
Mrs. Catherine MALONE.

John THOMS, Carbonear.

Jan. 7
James B. LESTER,   59

Jan. 8
Mrs. Agnes BURKE, Tors Cove,  80
 

Jan. 9
Mrs. Leonard C. MEWS,  29

Mrs. John MATHIESON,  45

Jan. 10.
Mrs. Mary Higgins MCRAE , Harbour Grace,  70

John B. WHEELER, J.P., Musgrave Harbour,  72

Jan. 11.
John E. MILLS, Naval veteran,   41

Mrs. Mary Ann CAHILL,  60.

Jan. 12.
Mrs. Henry HUGHES, Bell Island.

Jan. 13.
Mrs. Mary MURPHY,  76.

John WALSH,  73.

Jan. 14.
Mrs Robert MEWS, at New York.

Jan. 17.
John DONOVAN,  38.

Arnold MORLEY,  67.

Mrs. Joseph COOPER, at Port Morien.

Jan. 19.
Walter J. ROSSITER,  33.

Jan. 20.
Eli GARLAND, 48.

Jan. 21.
George NEAL, Sr., 89.

Jan.22.
Mrs. Bridget CLANCEY,  46.

Edward KEOUGH, Formerly of Caplin Bay, 81.

Jan. 23.
William HATCHER, Harbour Grace, 81.

John CRAWLEY, Holyrood, 82.

 
Jan. 24.
Samuel ROSE, 17.

Jan. 29.
Mrs Mary CRAWLEY, Holywood.

Jan. 30. 
Patrick SEWARD, suddenly in the R. C. Cathedral, 62.


FEBRUARY

Feb. 1.
Miss Helen J. LAIRD, Monkstown Road.

Feb. 3.
Thomas Merchant EBSARY, 17

Chesley RYALL, 22.

Feb. 4.
John OATES, South Side, Carbonear.

Feb. 5.
David J. LAWRIE, Barnes Road..

E. W. P. LONG, Prescott Street.

Feb. 6.
Mrs. Mary EVERETT, 90.

Feb. 7.
Hedley ASH of Harbour Grace at Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.

Feb. 8.
Mrs. Henry LEONARD, 55

Feb. 9.
Mrs Margaret SMYTH, 69.

Martin FURLONG, K.C., at Montreal

James JARDINE, H.M.C., 72

Mrs. Abram BARTLETT, 73

Feb. 10.
Miss Norah PEDDLE, 19

Miss Mary O'NEIL, Bay de Verde at Littledale, 15

 
Feb. 11.
Mrs. M. A. RABBITS, Hearts Content, 54.

James R. BREAKER, 46

William DAY, Burin.

Feb. 12.
Mrs. Naomi CURRIE, widow of Rev. J. G. Currie, 80.

Miss Maud KEEFE, 21.

Feb. 13.
Eward Joseph GRANT, 48

Mrs. Rachel Ann BUDDEN, Harbour Grace, 71.

Mrs. Susannah NICHOLAS, Harbour Grace, 89.

Mrs. Mary Ann WHITE, Champneys, 65.

Feb. 14.
Mrs. Elizabeth STEVENSON, Harbour Grace, 80.

Joseph PIKE, South Side, Carbonear.

Feb. 15.
William TAYLOR, Green's Harbour, 27.

Feb. 16.
Mrs. George REID, 71.

Patrick COSTIGAN, 74.

John CLANCEY, Patrick Street.

Feb. 17.
Mrs. Jane LAWRENCE, Hayward's Avenue.

Mrs. Mary Ann WESTCOTT, 80.

Mrs. Selina DALEY, 70

Feb. 18.
Mrs. Mary WISEMAN, 84.

Feb. 19.
John KAVANAGH, North River, Brigus, 82.

Mrs. Ann WAKELY, of Little Placentia, at Halifax, 76.

Feb. 21.
John BROPHY, Colonial Street, 79.

Mrs. W. T. LONG,  55

James O'BRIEN, Outer Cove.

 
Feb. 23.
Mrs. Margaret GIBBS, 72

Feb. 25.
Mrs. Anabella FARRELL, 74

Mrs. Fanny MITICHELL, Quidi Vidi, 84

Feb. 28.
Francis H. CHOWN, 83.

Feb. 29.
Mrs. Francis CHOWN, 93.

Mrs. Mary Churchill HARVEY, 74.



MARCH

Mar. 1
Michael COFFEY, H. M. C.

Mar. 2.
Miss Annie J. FURNEAUX,  Barnes Road.

James WALL, of Harbour Grace in St. John's

Mar. 3.
Mrs. Mary BRENNAN , Otterbury, Harbour Grace, 70.

Robert PARSONS , South Side Harbour Grace.

Mar. 4.
Maurice HURLEY, Carbonear.

Mar. 6.
Hon. Mr. Justice EMERSON, 63

John O'BRIEN, of Holyrood at Butte, Montana.

Mar. 7.
Capt. James WILSON, 68

Mark Seager PIKE, Carbonear.

James B. RENDELL, Heart's Content.

Mrs. MERRIGAN, Carbonear.

Mar. 8.
Mrs. Margaret MORRIS, Long's Hill, 85.

John SNOW, Harbour Grace, 65.

Mrs. Annie GLASCO, 71

John C. TAYLOR, Pleasant St., 54.

Miss Maggie LANG, James St.

Joseph MORRIS, of Witless Bay, at Halifax, 33

Peter CONNORS, Clattice, P.B. 77 

Mar. 11.
Philip HOWLETT,  of Petty Harbour, aboard S.S. Erik at Badgers' Quay.

Mrs. Maurice HURLEY.  Carbonear.

Mar. 12
Mrs. Clementine COOK, 88.

John WHITE, Victoria, 83.

Mar. 13
Miss Catherine SULLIVAN.

Mrs. Mary Rebecca FOWLER, 66.

Thomas WOODS, Carbonear.

Mrs. John BROWN, of Harbour Grace, at Boston.

Mar. 14
Alfred NORTHFIELD.

Mar. 16
John NEWMAN, Harbour Grace, 70.

Miss Rita HARTIGAN, Placentia.

Mar. 17
Mrs. Catherine BRIDGE, 85.

Mrs. ASH, Carbonear, 89

Mar. 18
Andrew GOWANS, 80.

Mrs. Mary COSTIGAN, 75

Mrs. Matilda BURTON, 53.

George WELLS, of Harbour Grace, at Lynn, Mass., U.S.A.

Mar. 19
James FEWER, 67.

Mar. 20
William RENDELL, Heart's Content, 18.

Patrick FOX, Carbonear.

Mrs. Mary MORRISEY, Harbour Grace, 85.

Mar. 24
William COLLINS, Burin.

Mar. 26
Annie TRACEY, Cabot Street.

James KEEFE of Bay Roberts, dies suddenly aboard S.S. Erik, at Icefields.

Rev. Mother Genevieve O'MARA, Belvedere Convent.

Frank TETFORD, Harbour Grace, 19.

Mrs. Catherine DALEY, Salmonier, 74.

Mar. 27
Richard RYAN, Warden, H. M. Penitentiary, 80.

Douglas MERCER, Bay Roberts, 23.

Mar. 28
Mrs. W. C. HAWKER, Carbonear, 80.

Eliol NOEL, South Side, Harbour Grace, 78.

Mar. 29
Edward MOAKLER, 45.

Richard COSTIGAN, H.M.C., Bell Island, 50.

Mrs. John CODY, Harbour Grace, 67.

Mar. 31
John P. JEANS, H.M.C., 80.

John REID, 89.

Mrs. Peter WALL.

Mrs. Charlotte MARTIN, Harbour Grace, 86.


APRIL

Apr. 1
John F. ROBERTS, 31.

Mrs. Henry PARSONS, Harbour Grace, 70.

Apr. 2
Mrs. Alice Elson SCOTT.

Mrs. Catherine FOGARTY.

Apr. 4
Miss Minnie DALTON

Apr. 5
Patrick JOY, H. M. C., Carbonear, 78.

Apr. 6
Joseph EMBERLY, bay de Verde, 68.

Apr. 8
Dr. Walter Russell THOMAS, Valleyfield, at General Hospital.

Apr. 10
Patrick DOWNEY, Beckford.

David KENNEY, Conception, 82.

Apr. 12
William Thomas BELL, 86.

Mrs. Fergus J. DONNELLY, at Lake Saranac, U.S.A.

Apr. 13
Mrs. J. J. SKINNER, Southside.

Mrs. Theresa DOWNEY, 62

Mrs. Ellen O'BRIEN, Harbour Grace, 60.

Apr. 14
Richard J. KELLY, George Street.

Mrs. Terrence KENNEDY, Harbour Grace, 70

 
Apr. 16
John S. CLARKE, Devonshire Inn 

Sergeant LOUGHLIN, Holywood.

Apr. 17
Mrs. Emma IRELAND.

William John HOLWELL, Herring Neck

Apr. 18
Thomas WILLIAMS, 78.

Arthur PRIDEAUX, at Lynn, Mass., U.S.A., 34.

Widow Patrick MORIARTY, Harbour Grace, 76.

Apr. 19
Mrs. Henry O'GRADY.

Thomas MULCAHEY, 70

Apr. 20
Mrs. Ernest HISCOCK.

William SAVIN, Jr.

Apr. 21.
T. J. LAWLOR , 72

Apr. 22.
Patrick REDMOND , 43.

Nathaniel MARCH, 74

Apr. 23.
Joseph RYALL, 69.

Miss Sarah J. OLSEN, 20.

Apr. 24.
Mrs. William FEAVER, 72

Apr. 28
Mrs. Hubert TOMS, La Scie.

Apr. 29
James POWER, Moore Street.
 


MAY

May 1
Patrick MULLALLY, 80.

Mrs. W. H. TILLY, Kelligrews, 74

May 3.
Thomas STEVENS, Mortier Bay, 80

May 4.
Mrs. G. F. YOUNG, Heart's Content.

May 5.
William Kelly MORRISSEY, H.M.C., 80.

May 6.
Francis MARHAR.

May 7.
Mrs. Bridget FOWLER, 62

May 10.
Miss Annie M. POWER.

May 11.
Rev. J. W. DONNELLY, 32

Mrs. Frank COLLINS, George St.

May 16.
Miss Hilda JANES, Carbonear, 19.

May 17.
Annie J. EGAN, at Roxbury Mass. U.S.A.

May 18
Patrick HEALEY, 85

Mrs George TIZZARD.

May 21.
Miss Mary CUMMINS,  formerly Matron of Poor Asylum, 80.

John RUSSEL, Musgrave Harbour, 90.

James MacDONALD, Western Bay, 73.

 
May 22.
Ethelbert CHURCHILL, at Boston Mass., U.S.A.

Dr. Hubert SMITH, Burin, 67.

Samuel COFFIN, Little Bay Islands, 84

May 24.
Mrs. Maria WILLIAMS , Forest Pond, 82.

Capt. Frank JACKMAN.

Mrs. Mary Ann KELLY, Riverhead, Harbour Grace.

May 25.
Miss Mary GORDON, Harbour Grace, 14

May 26.
James KAVANAGH, Water Street.

May 27.
 Miss GLADNEY, Portugal Cove, 72.

May 28.
William MADDIGAN, in New York.

May 29.
James John PARMITER, 94

Mrs. Netta Malcolm JONES, St. Thomas Rectory, 31.

May 30.
Rev. S.J. ANDREWS, Upper Gullies, at the Rectory, Port Medway, N.S.


JUNE

June 1.
Richard KEARNEY, New Gower St.

W. T. McDONALD, at Truro, N.S.

June 2.
Mrs James HENEBURY, 32.

June 3.
Miss. Jessie E. FOOTE , Allan Square, at Bell Island.

Ernest Henry THOMAS, 19

 
June 4.
Miss Francis RYAN, Flower Hill, 18

June 7.
Chesley PARSON, South Side, Harbour Grace, 18.

June 8 
Miss Margaret O'MARA, Freshwater Road.

June 9.
Wm. J. CLARKE, Young St. 75.

Mrs. Alex. ThOMPSON, Colonial St.

June 10
Joseph KEARNEY, Cuddehy St.

June 11
Rev. George PAINE, 68.

June 13.
Michael HARTIGAN, Rencontre, 52

Mrs. Ford WINDSOR, 62

June 14.
Rev. Dean ROCHE, Witless Bay, 74.

Miss Mary MORRISSEY, housekeeper to the late Bishop MULLOCK, 101.

June 15
Alice COOPER, Field Street.

June 17
Dermot KEEGAN, 18.

June 18
Mrs. J. T. ENGLISH, Branch, 49.

Mrs. Joseph PARSONS, La SCIE.

June 19
Mrs. James R. STICK.

June 20
Archibald HALL, 51.

John C. KELLY, 75.

June 21
Mrs. B. S. WILLIAMS.

Miss Florence CLARKE, Grand Bank, 14.

June 22
Mrs. INNIS, of Bonne Bay, at General Hospital.

June 23
John McCARTHY, Carbonear, over 80.

June 24
Mrs. Patrick WALSH, Bona. P. B., 42

June 25
William BENTLEY, cable repairer, 79.

Michael HICKEY, 90

Mrs. Susannah MARTIN, Harbour Grace, 86,

June 27
Mrs. Thomas WINTER at Orange, New Jersey, U.S.A.

June 28
Mrs. Nicholas PEDDLE, Bristol's Hope, 86.

June 29
James HUNT, 52.


JULY

July 2
Mrs Nicholas MURPHY, 74.

Albert STEVENSON, Harbour Grace 51.

July 4
Peter MACKEY.

July 6
Mrs. F. B. WOOD, at Brooklyn U.S. A.

July 8
Mrs. Patrick DALTON.

July 10
Mrs. Thomas PHIPPIPS.

July 11
Thomas PHILLPOT, of King's Cove, at Independent Harbour, Labrador, 50.

July 12
James DWYER, 79.

July 14
James AYLWARD, 75.

George R. FORSEY, J.P., S.M., Grand Bank, 73.

July 15
Const. Michael MACKEY, 70.

July 17
Patrick BRODERICK, 69.

July 18
John CONWAY, dies on the fishing grounds,  49.

July 20
J. W. NICHOLS, F.S.A., 69

Capt. Roger O'BRIEN, Harbour Grace, 52.

Mrs. Job SHENTON at Sackville.

July 21
Malcolm G. FURNEAUX, La Scie, 24.

E. M. JACKMAN at Montreal, 48.

Samuel FOGWELL at Port Arthur, Ont.  72

July 24
Hugh Charles CLIFT.

Mrs. Robert MARTIN, 96, New Gower Street.

July 25
Mrs. Josiah MANUEL, (Exploits), 81.

July 26
Mrs. Joseph H. EDGAR, Frestwater Road .

John T. MURPHY, 89.

July 27
Mrs. Cicely SPRACKLIN, Cupids, 64.

Miss Agatha SINNOTT, 22.

July 28
Arthur DEVEREAUX, Logy Bay.

Miss Mary CONNORS, Swans, Placentia.

July 30
James J. MOLLOY.

AUGUST

Aug. 1
Mrs. Charlotte A. FOOTE, 72

Aug 3
Mrs. Richard WALSH, Spaniard's Bay, 64.

Aug. 4
Mrs. Jean GLENDENNING, 86.

Aug 5
C. L. KENNEDY, Harbour Grace, 81.

Francis HOYLE, 32

Mrs. Fannie SMITH at Chicago.

Aug 7
Michael T. KNIGHT, 85.

Miss Annie POWER, Flowers Hill

Aug 9
John BAIRD, Patrick Street.  70.

Andrew COISH, of County Wexford, 90.

Aug. 10
Mrs. Julia GORDON, Gordon Lodge, Harbour Grace, 88.

James HUNT, Harbour Grace, 83.

Aug 12
Mrs. Ann HOLLETT, 87.

Aug. 13
Mrs. Sarah BOWERING, 81.

Mrs. John AITKINS, New Gower St. 

Aug 14
Mrs. Emma IRELAND, 84

Aug 15
John CONWAY, Colliers.

Aug 18
Solomon BROWN, Spencer St., on S.S. Sagona.

Aug 21.
Stephen HOUSE, Trinity, 79.

Mrs Margaret KIELLY, 87

Miss Hazel CHURCHILL,   16.

Aug 23.
Mrs Marie SNELGROVE, Southside

Miss May TAYLO, Bristol Hope, 28

Mrs. Author BOYD, Wife of former Lloyd's Surveyor at West Hartlepool

Aug 24.
Edwin ClEARY, Harbour Main.

Mrs. Kate LARACY, Conception

Aug 25
Mrs. Mary A. O' MARA , Duckworth St., 87.

Aug 27
Mrs. John CONNORS, 33.

Aug 28.
Mrs. Kate HONEYWELL, Victoria , 96.

Aug 29
Mrs. Annie DUNNE, King Bridge, 26.

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1
Hon. H. J. B. WOODS, Postmaster General, 74.

Robert John ANDREWS, 65.

Sept. 3.
Mrs. Francis HALL, 47.

Mrs. J. J. MURPHY, Buchanan St.

Sept. 5.
Rev. George FORSEY, of Grand Bank, at Chicago, 75.

Mrs. William B. WARDLAW, Beaumont Street.

Sept. 6.
Mrs. Peter O'NEIL, Boggy Hall, 56.

Mrs. John CLARE.

Sept. 7.
George BURSELL, 39.

Walter DUNN, Cupids.

Sept. 8.
Richard CHURCHILL , Trinity, 78

Sept. 9.
Mrs. Wilfred HOWELL, 32

Mrs. Elizabeth PATRICK, 79.

Sept. 12.
Peter MILLER, Portugal Cove.

Sept. 16.
John W. BRYAN.

Mrs. Maria GOSSE, Torbay

Sept. 17.
Mrs. George LONG, Carbonear, 31

Sept 18.
James PARSONS, of Harbour Grace at Boston, 37.

Sept. 21.
Miss Agnes J. BRENNAN, Bay Bulls.

Sept. 22.
Patrick HAGGERTY, Queens St., 79.

Mrs. Johnson BRADBURY, Bear's Cove, Harbour Grace, 82

Mrs. SHIRRAN, Bonavista, 70

Sept. 24.
Mrs. James GORDON, Witless Bay, 85.

Sept. 25. 
Mrs. Elizabeth MOORE, Field St.

Sept. 26.
Rev. Cannon BULLOCK, native of Trinity, at Halifax, 88.

Sept 27.
W. P. LAKE, Fortune.

Catherine BROPHY, 72.

Sept. 28.
Joseph COLLINS, 80.

Maurice WADE , Conception.

Miss. Mary DUGGAN , Chapel's Cove.

Sept. 29.
Miss Myra Louise ESCOTT, 16.

Sept. 30.
Stephen CHURCHILL, 94.

George DONNELLY, Harbour Main.

Miss Mary CHURCHILL , Trinity.


OCTOBER

Oct. 1
Mrs. Julia SOPER, Carbonear, 92.

Oct. 3.
James TIBBS, Trinity.

Mrs. Thomas KENNEDY, 62

Oct. 4.
George PARSONS, Bryant's Cove, 81.

Joseph POWELL, Bonavista, 79

Oct. 5.
Mrs. F. C. SNELGROVE, Catalina.

Oct. 7.
Edward WHITTEN, 62.

Oct. 8
Matthew MARTIN, Harbour Grace, 80.

Oct. 9
Mrs. George BUTT, 62.

Robert BUTT, Crocker's Cove, Carbonear, 66.

Oct. 10
S. CALDWELL, of St. John's at San Francisco.

Oct. 12
Patrick SUMMERS, cooper, 78.

Oct. 13
William KENT, 83.

Oct. 14
Mrs. Mary Ann MURRAY, Bond Street.

John BENDELL, Dockyard at Halifax, 75.

Oct. 15
Miss Gertrude KILEY, Postmistress, Brien's, Holyrood.

Oct. 16
Mrs. Mary COONAN, 90.

Oct. 17
Peter de CARTWRIGHT, 78.

Oct. 18
George E. PENNEY, Western Bay, 19.

Oct. 19
William COOK, 75

William SMITHWICK, 39.

Oct. 21
G. E. CHARLTON	Heart's Content, 84

Oct. 23
Mrs. Margaret DALEY, St. Joseph's, 25

Oct. 24
Mrs. John NICHOLL , Crocker's Cove, Carbonear, 50

Oct. 26
William J BURKE, St. Jacques, 65

Oct. 27
Miss Mary Agnes MORRISSEY, Carbonear, 14

Oct. 28
Elias PIKE, 41

Oct. 29
Rev. Dr. SPRAGUE , Native of Lower Island Cove, Sackville, N.S.

Oct. 30
Mrs. Thomas SMITH, Dildo, 48.

Mrs. Richard FINN, Spaniard's Bay, 93

Oct. 31
Capt. James PARSONS, H.M.C., Harbour Grace, 79.


NOVEMBER

Nov. 1
Mrs. Julia SMALLWOOD, 77.

Mrs. Mary HYNES, Portugal Cove.

Nov. 2
Joseph S. PILE, 49.

Miss Annie H. MOREY

Mrs. Sarah NOSEWORTHY, South Side, 67.

Nov. 3
Ex-constable Ambrose SPARKS, 62

Rev. Samuel SNOWDEN at Keighley, Yorkshire.

Nov. 5
John FITZGIBBON

Nov. 6
Mrs. Arthur ANGEL, Petty Harbour.

Nov. 7
Dr. Thomas HANRAHAN, Superintendent of Education, Harbour Grace, 54

Nov. 8
Mrs. Hannah PIKE

Nov. 9
Mrs. John FORD, 71

Nov. 12
James J O'BRIEN, Outer Cove, 62

Nov. 13
T. S. POOKE at Toronto.

Nov. 14
Richard DUNN, 67

Miss Annie MURPHY, Colliers.

James POWER, Rennies' Mill Road

Nov. 15
James BRADBURY, 79

Nov. 16
Michael RYAN, Harbour Grace, 104

Nov. 19
Mrs. Ellen MARTIN, Barter's Hill

William FAHEY, Western Bay, 76

Nov. 22
Mrs. Jane CLATNEY, Pilot's Hill.

Mrs. Edna BISHOP, 84

Nov. 23
William H. GOODLAND, 57.

Nov. 25
Mrs. John ANDERSON, at Edinburg.

Nov. 26
Mrs. Emma Piggott LORD, at Toronto, 92


DECEMBER

Dec. 1
Joseph COLLINS, 36

Dec. 2
Hannah Mary BENNETT, 16

Dec. 3
Miss Katie ATKINS, Hamilton St.

Dec. 4
Mrs. Peter  COWAN, Topsail Road, 46

Dec. 5
John HEARN, 77.

Evan PUGH, Heart's Content, 80

Mrs. Elizabeth ROBBINS, 83

Dec. 6
Stanley K. ABBOTT, formerly of Musgrave Harbour, 43

Dec. 7
Mrs. Carrie W. EVANS, formerly of Grand Bank.

Mrs. Michael LOUGHNAN (nee Henderson) at Bournemouth, England

Dec. 9
Michael MALONE, King's Road.

Dec. 10
Albert NOEL, Southside, Harbour Grace, 43

Dec. 11
Alexander FURLONG, 79

Mrs. John NOSEWORTHY, Harbour Grace.  73.

Dec. 12
Mrs. Ellie  SAUNDERS, Whitbourne

Thomas CRAIG, Kelligrews, 84.

Dec. 13
John Alexander DUNCAN

Mrs. George ROBERTS, Twillingate.

Dec. 14
William BIDGOOD, Petty Harbour, 60

Dec. 16
Alphonsus ROLLS, 64.

Dec. 17
T. D. HOLMWOOD of Holdwood and Holmwood in Swtzerland.

Dec. 18
Mrs. Ellen MULROONEY, 69.

Dec. 19
Miss Florence ANDREWS.

James QUIGLEY, 20.

Dec. 20
Frank W. CUNNUNGHAM at Montreal, 30.

William NICHOLAS, Harbour Grace, 71.

Dec. 22
Henry ROLLING, Curling.

Michael KERRIVAN, 80.

Dec. 23
Thomas SMYTH.

Dec. 24
Horatio George TAYLOR, South Side.

Dec. 25
Patrick MAHAR, 34.

John RICE, 66.

Dec. 26
William BOGGAN, 29.

(?)
Joshua HISCOCK, Winterton.



YEAR OF EVENTS - 1916

Published Sat. Dec. 30, 1916

FATALITIES OF THE YEAR


Jan. 1.
Benjamin ROGERS, aged 24 drowned near Long Bridge.

Jan. 15
George DAVIS of Harbour Grace, killed.

Jan. 23.
Maurice COSTELLO's house at Kitchuses destroyed by fire and his four year old son burned to death.


FEBRUARY

Feb. 3
Aaron BEAZLEY and Caleb BEAZLEY of the schooner Ada Bishop, both of Burin,
drowned while overhauling their trawls.

Feb. 8.
Jacob CONNOLLY of Bristol's Hope killed at Sydney, aged 27.

Feb. 11
James RYAN, Mussell Pond, Salmonier, St. Mary's, dies suddenly, when coming
out of the woods, he fell on the ice and fractured his skull.


MARCH

March. 16.
James RICKETTS killed in McCaffery's tannery.

March 31.
Walter ROGERS, native of St. John's, drowned at Montreal aged, 53.


APRIL

April 5
Remains of William CROSS of Badger's Quay brought there, he fell through the ice
in Main Rock Tickle, when on his way home from St. John's.

April 12.
Colston GOLDING of Gambo, drowned near Aspen Brook, Exploits River, age 25.

April 24.
Tragic death of Patrick DUNPHY, Marquise, 75.

April 30.
Fire at Fanning's, Barters Hill. Patrick O'NEIL lost his life through suffocation. Age 80.


MAY

May. 19.
George REX, Sr. of Port Rexton, killed on railway tracks there.

John NORTHOVER of New Perlican, killed on the Heart's Content Branch Railway.

May 20.
Thomas Vatcher, 56 drowned ???? (Rest Missing)


JUNE

June 8
Nine years old child, names WHITE, of Mouse Island, drowned near Channel.

June 11
Francis EDWARDS, 26, clerk at Royal Stores, Ltd., drowned in Gull Pond, off the Thorburn Road.

June 14
Cook of the schr. Attila drowned in Barbados.

June 17
Levi and John MARSH drowned in Bonavista.

June 18
William SNOW, Lewisporte, 15, drowned in Northern Arm.

June 19
Stanley WHITE dies at General Hospital, result of a fall.  Aged 29.

June 29
John HERRAGE of Stone Cove, Fortune Bay, dies suddenly on schooner.

June 30
Schr. Attila arrives, and reports seaman Gerald KAVANAGH lost as well as the cook.


JULY

July 10
A child names Patrick MYRICK of Portugal Cove, near Trepassey, drowned.

July 25
Philip ENWOOD of Burnt Islands, mate of schr. Milo, crowned at North Sydney.  Age 32.

July 30
Triple drowning at St. Jacques;  Mr. CLINTON, H.M.C.,  Mr. RYAN, operator, and Mr. Isaac BURKE, lightkeeper at St. Jacques Island.


AUGUST

Aug. 12
Stanley BABSTOCK, fireman on S.S. Florizel, drowned in St. John's Harbour.

Aug. 15
John ESCOTT fatally injured in accident at Goodridge's premises.

Aug. 20
Simon NOLAN of Salmonier, drowned at Gloucester, Mass.  Aged 56.

Aug. 22
Edward SCANLON, Anglo-American Telegraphs, killed in a motor accident.

Eleazer FORSEY, Eastern Tickle, Fogo, drowned at Shoal Tickle.  Aged 58.

Stewart LUFFMAN, Bell Island, John ROSS, Portugal Cove, and Thomas GILL, Conception Harbour, killed while blasting at Bell Island.

Aug. 26
Philip MULLETT, Petite Forte, drowned off Cape St. Mary's.

Aug. 28
William WETHERALL, 17, Fortune Bay, burned to death on S.S. Minia at Halifax.

Aug. 29
Glastone COATES, a young lad, drowned at Upper Gullies.


SEPTEMBER

Sept. 4
Remains of James BOLGER, telegraph operator, from West St. Modiste, missing since June 10th, found.

Sept. 7
Peter KNEE of Pool's Island, died at Grand Falls through injuries received at saw mill.  Age 45.

Sept. 9
Motor fatality, 6  year old lad, James BYRNE, killed.

Sept. 13
William INGRAM, Port aux Basques, drowned near Baldwin Shoals, aged 70.

Sept. 24
Schr. Bonnie Lass of Trepassey, lost with all hands, seven in number.

Schr. Harry V. Morris of Trinity, with six aboard, lost.

Samuel SNOW, Little Ward's Harbour, killed whilst rabbit shooting,  Aged 21.

Sept. 25
James DILLON, Freshwater Road drowned near Nagle's Hill.

Sept. 28.
Charles STROUD of Rose Blanche, killed by an automobile in North Sydney.


OCTOBER

Oct. 15.
Gerald MOORE, 13, and Frank MURPHY, 14, drowned near Fort Amherst.

Oct. 16(?)
Capt. Henry MORRIS of the S.S. Jennie ??? drowned in Conception Bay.


NOVEMBER

Nov. 5.
Alexander BRYDEN, Sun Life Insurance Co. Drowned in Bay Bulls Harbour, age 50.

Nov. 8
Tragic death of John DYKE, 52 Bonavestia.

Nov. 9.
Son of Mr. PELLEY, Grand Falls, killed by a flat car.

Nov. 12.
Schooner Haska returned to port after 5 days to announce that the Captain, a native of
Lunenburg, N.S. Has been washed overboard and drowned .

Nov. 15.
Seaman John CUMMINS, R.N., drowned in the Harbour, aged 32.

Nov. 18.
Brakesman Harry CRANFORD killed by a train at Whitbourne.

Nov. 2(?)
James CAHILL, St. Mary's, found dead through exposure.

Nov. 30
Len HOGEN?, Fogo, 12, drowned through the ice.


DECEMBER

Dec. 4.
John A. MOSHER, Humbermouth, drowned in a pond three miles from there.

Dec. (?)
Schooner Edith Pardy, arriving at Grand bank from Oporto, reports Charles WALSH,
Grand Bank, lost overboard.

Dec. 16
Body of Fred STONE of old Bonaventure, found in woods near Trouty Pond, Trinity.

Dec. 17.
Richard PRICE, Petty Harbour, died from injuries caused by a fall, 36. 



YEAR OF EVENTS - 1916

Published Sat. Dec. 30, 1916

WEDDINGS OF THE YEAR


1915

DECEMBER

Dec. 20
Robert DAVIES, Harbour Grace, and Miss Beatrice Maud COX, Bell Island.

Dec. 22
Dorman F. NOBLE and Miss Amelia F. BLATSTONE at Nipper's Harbour.

Dec. 26
Sergeant-Major F. W. MARSHALL and Miss Emily VICKERS of South Eaton, at London.

Ronald Hubert LEGGE and Miss Ada POLLARD at Newton Abbot, Devonshire.

Dec. 27
Harvey WILLIAMS and Miss Bella McGRATH.

Dec. 28
John H. ROSE and Miss Susie ROSE, Hermitage.

Dec. 30
Benjamin ROSE and Miss Mabel ENGRAM, Hermitage.


1916

JANUARY

Jan. 4.
Roland Starks and Miss Mary E.??? (rest was cutoff)

Jan 5.
John WEIR and Miss Effie May BUSSEY, Griguet.

Jan 11.
Edward ROBERTS and Miss Eleanor Eales SCOTT, Twillingate .

Jan. 17.
Paul SUZOR, French Vic-Counsul and Miss Jeanne BEDEL.

Jan. 18.
Ernest Stanley COFFIN and Miss Elsie May TETFORD, Harbour Grace.

Jan. 19.
Edward LEONARD and Miss Josie LEONARD at St. Leonard's, Placentia Bay.

T. HAMMOND and Miss J. MURPHY, Bell Island.

Jan. 21.
Thomas FLANDER, English Harbour and Miss Fanny RYAN, Trinity, at Little Bay East,
Fortune Bay.

Jan 23.
Pte. John McGRATH and Miss Annie CUTLER of Conception.

Thomas P. FINN and Miss Aggie G. McGRATH, Carbonear.

Jan 30.
Thomas GLASCO and Miss Margaret HANNAFORD.


FEBRUARY

Feb. 5.
Mr. CRAWFORD, R.N. R., and Miss AWRNACK of Harrogate, England.

Feb. 7.
Walter Ernest GAZE and Miss Beatrice Mary STORY.

Feb. 9.
Harry Ingram SOPER and Miss Clarice Irene PENNEY, Carbonear.
 

Feb. 14.
Capt. Arthur BENSON and Miss Leonora CHURCHILL, Southside, Carbonear.

Feb. 16.
T. C. NOEL and Miss Florence May WINSOR.

Feb. 29.
Pierre BURKE, St. Jacques, and Miss Katie SMITH, Witless Bay, at St. John's.


MARCH

March 1.
Evan PUGH, Heart's Content, and Miss Jessie RUMSON, Carbonear.

March 7.
James DOWNING, Harbour Grace, and Miss Elizabeth DAVIS, Port aux Basques , at Halifax.

March 8.
Rev. Clement GAUKRODGER and Miss Gretta JAMES at Hant's Harbour.

March 22.
Ralph FOWLOW, King's College, Windsor, N.S. , and Miss A. E. GROUCHY, Pouch Cove.
At Concord, Mass., U.S.A.

April 8.
George K. OSMOND, Moreton's Harbour, and Miss Ada Belle SPENCER, New Bay, at Gooding, Idaho, U.S.A.

April 11.
J. G. KELLOWAY, Salmon Cove, Bay de Verde, to Miss Lavinia CLARKE.

John MOORE of Manitoba, and Miss Nellie PIKE of Carbonear.

April 24.
Pte. William McHENRY, Grand Falls, and Miss Agatha KEOUGH, Carbonear.

April 25.
Andrew DUNN, Paisley, Scotland, and Miss Laura Edith Annie BURGESS.

April 26.
Arthur TOMS and Miss Flora THOMAS at La Scie.


MAY

May 18
Austin POMEROY, Merasheen, and Miss Bride BAVIS, Indian Harbour, Placentia Bay.
 

May 22.
William KNIGHT and Miss Mary CURRAN


JUNE.

June 1
Frederick McKAY and Miss Margaret PIKE.

June 4.
Harry GITTLESON and Miss Minnie BURNSTEIN, at Halifax.

June 7.
Stephen MADDOX, Bay Bulls, and Miss Kitty MURPHY, St. John's.

John Leith WALKER and Miss Jessie RUSSELL, Bay Roberts, at Toronto.

June 8.
William RUSSELL and Miss Lizzie CHAFE, Petty Harbour.

Capt. John PIKE, S.A., and Capt. Louise HISCOCK, S.A.

June 12.
William SLADE, Salmon Cove, and Miss Jessie KENNELL, Bradley's Cove, Bay de Verde.

June 14.
Fred A. MAUNDER and Miss Nellie SKIFFINGTON, Gambo, at St. John's.

Thomas DAWSON, Bay Roberts, and Miss Mary Frances WALSH, Riverhead, Harbour Grace.

June 16.
Edward BUTLER and Miss GAHANEY, Bell Island.

June 18.
N. ENGLISH and Miss Isabella POWER, Branch, Placentia Bay.

June 21.
George SELLERS and Miss Bessie TAYLOR.

June 27.
John B. MURPHY and Miss Gertrude LAWTON, Bell Island.


JULY

July 6.
Calvert C. PRATT and Miss Agnes HORWOOD.

July 10.
S. A. CHURCHILL and Miss Edith E. CRESWELL.

July 11
W. G. CHAFE and Miss Hazel BENNETT.

L. J. LAWTON and Miss Bride MURPHY, Bell Island.

July 22.
Rendell W. JEANS and Miss Annie F. TEMPLEMAN.

Rev. A. V. ROBB and Miss Annie E. WORNELL.

July 27.
J. H. HARVEY and Miss Gladys M. HOUSE at Catalina.

July 30.
Edward J. KEARSEY and Miss Kathleen SKINNER, at North Cambridge, Mass.


AUGUST

Aug. 3.
J. KIELLY, Bay Roberts, and Miss Agnes SUMMERS, Military Road.

Roland C. GOODYEAR and Miss Florence CORNICK.

Aug. 14.
Thomas S. KEATS and Miss Mary LAWLOR, Argentia.

Aug. 22.
Richard C. CLEARY and Miss Minnie BAKER.

L. G. T. CRUMMY and Miss Hilda May DuTOT.

Aug. 24.
Artno WINSOR, Wesleyville, and Miss Annie Eliza ABBOTT, Musgrave Harbour.


SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1.
Adjutant SEXTON, S.A., and Capt. JONES, S.A.

Sept. 2.
Joshua NARDEAN, Yarmouth, N.S., and Miss Elizabeth BRODERICK.

Sept. 3.
Alfred J. T. DONNELLY and Miss Mary NOONAN at Topsail

Sept. 5.
Marcus FARNHAM and Miss Mary Gertrude MOORE, at Heart's Content.

Sept. 6.
Alexander MITCHELL, St. John's, and Miss Gertrude T. TARGETT, Hant's Harbour.

Sept. 13.
Hubert F. HUDSON and Miss Annie M. MEADUS.

Sept. 26.
Joseph REID and Mrs. Jessie TARGETT.


OCTOBER

Oct. 3
T. A. WINSOR, Grand Falls, and Miss Rachel ANDREWS, St. John's.

Oct. 4
Lieut. Lancelot HEYGATE, West African Field Force, and Miss Edith Marjorie RENNIE in England.

Oct. 10
Dr. O. F. WELLMAN, Terre Haute, Indiana, to Miss Isabelle S. CALDWELL, St. John's, at San Francisco.

Oct. 11
Thomas W. S. SPARKES and Miss Doris Robinson MARTIN.

Oct. 12
Daniel J. WALL and Miss Mary BURKE.

Dr. J. P. McLOUGHLIN and Miss WORSLEY.

Oct. 18
George DAWE, Port de Grave, and Miss Marion Isabelle AYRE, at Topsail.

Oct. 26
James McCARTHY, Trinity, and Miss Bride FITZGERALD, St. John's.

Oct. 30
Corporal E. H. REID and Miss May SAMPSON.

Oct. 31
Aallan COLLINS and Miss Irene GALE, both of Fogo, at St. John's


NOVEMBER

Nov. 1
J. Charles MOULTON and Miss Ida DYMOND, at Pouch Cove.

Nov. 2.
Walter Ingham VEY and Miss Muriel ELLIS.

Nov. 4.
Eli COOPER, Western Bay, and Miss June PARSONS, Ochre Pit Cove.

Nov. 9
Thomas MARKS and Mrs. Emma ALLEN, Carbonear.

Nov. 14.
Donald CAMERON and Miss Jessie DIAMOND.

Lieutenant Edward JEFFEERY and Miss Joyce DAVIES in England.

Nov. 16.
John CAREY, Witless Bay, and Miss Madge COADY.

Nov. 17.
Walter BARNES and Miss Jennie M. BURSEY of Old Perlican.

Nov. 18.
Michael HURLEY, Bell Island, and Miss Elizabeth ADAMS, Harbour Grace.

Nov. 21.
William FOLLETT and Miss Lucy VAUGHN, Small Point.

Cecil CARTER of London, and Miss E. A. BUTLER, St. John's, at Brooklyn, New York.

Nov. 22.
Thomas HICKEY and Miss Camelia SULLIVAN, Harbour Main.

Nov. 25.
George MURPHY and Miss Susannah FEWER, Harbour Main.

Nov. 28.
H. A. WINTER, B.A., and Miss Francis WINTER, Goodridge.

Michael POWER, S.S. Florizel, and Miss Margaret MORRY.

S. A. LINDAHL, St. John, N.B., and Miss Grace Pincent TRAPNELL, Harbour Grace..

Nov. 30.
William BRAY, Harbour Grace, and Miss Clara BUCKLER, Northern Bay.


DECEMBER

Dec. 4.
Frank McNEIL, Sydney and Miss Catherine McGRATH at Halifax.

Dec. 6.
Capt. W. FOOTE, Burin, and Mrs. HISCOCK, Grand Bank.

W. COLLINS, Burin, and Miss Susan INKPEN, Burin.

Dec. 7.
Frederick  ??, Portugal Cove, and Miss Violet ANDREWS, Upper Gullies.

Albert Burden SALVAGE and Miss Lizzie STEAD.

Austin MADDOCK, Carbonear, and Miss Henrietta TIBBO, Grand Bank.

Dec. 12.
Allan C. CAMERON, Carbonear and Miss Louisa GARLAND.

Dec. 16.
Capt. Charles AYRE and Miss Shelly LEWIS of Montreal.

Dec. 20.
Herbert J. ADEY and Miss Eleanor V. CAMPBELL.

Dec. 21
Capt. George B. DEAN and Miss Lillian GARLAND, Carbonear. 



YEAR OF EVENTS - 1916

Published Sat. Dec. 30, 1916

NEWFOUNDLAND'S ROLL OF HONOUR

_______________________________

"Greater Love hath no man than this that
A man lay down his life for his friends."
_______________________________________
John XV .13.


"Oh lads dear lads, who were loyal and true;
The worst of the fight was borne by you;
So the word shall go to the cottage and hall;
Our battles are won by men that fall.

When peace dawns over the countryside
Our thanks shall be to the lads  that died,
Oh quite hearts, can you hear us tell
How peace was won by the men that fell."
Laurence Houseman.

_____________________

Our Heroic Dead.

AYRE, Eric S, Captain, St. John's killed in action in France July 1, 1916.

AYRE, Gerald W. 2nd Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action, France, July 1, 1916.

AYRE, Wilfrid D., Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. 

AYRE, Bernard Pitts, Captain (Norfolk Regiment) St. John's, killed in action in
France, July 1, 1916.

ALEXANDER, Walter Ernest, Lance Corporal, Boswarlos, died of wounds in 
France, July 5, 1916.

ABBOTT, Stanley, St. John's killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

ANTLE, Gilbert, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
 

BLYDE, Michael John, St. John's, died of wounds in Gallipoli, October, 1915.

BEWHEY, Edward, St. John's, died in action in Gallipoli, October 1915.

BROWN, James Michael, Curling, Killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 3, 1915.

BUTLER, David, Shearstown, R. N. R. of pneumonia at Portsmouth Dec. 16, 1914.

BENOIT, Peter, St. George's R.N.R., died in hospital Chatham Jan. 20, 1915

BARNES, Enos, Change Island, R.N.R. lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915.

BRACE, Albert Chance Cove, Trinity Bay R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor Jan 1915.
 

BAYEN, Edward, St. John's, R.N.R. lost at sea H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915.

BUTLER, Peter, Harbour Grace, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Clan NcMaughton, Feby. 1915

BROWN, Edmund, Fogo, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayane, March 12, 1915.

BENOIT, Joseph, Cape St. George, R.N.R., accidentally killed at sea off Ramsgate,
through rifle explosion, May 6, 1915.

BENOIT, Victor, J., Cape St. George, R.N.R. mined in armed drifter Frons Oct. 1915

BUTT, Federick James, Freshwater, Bay de Verde, R.N.R. drowned when the trawler
Cihello was blown up in British water, Oct. 21, 1915.

BENNETT, Leo Joseph, South Side, R.N.R. lost when mine sweeping on the Lady
Ismay Dec. 21, 1915.

BROWN, Bertram, Sergeant, Lawrence , ??, N.D. B. killed in action July 1, 1916.

BURKE, Leo, m., St. John's, killed in action, France, July 1, 1915.

BURNES Maxwell, Topsail , killed in action, France, July 1, 1916.

BURRY, Sidney G., Sergeant, Greens pond killed in action in France July 1, 1916.

BRENT, David, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

BRODERICK, Michael, St. Brendan's, died of wounds in France, July 1, 1916.

BROWN, Patrick J., St. John's, died of Tuberculosis, in England, July 16, 1916.

BRACE, William James, Chance Cove, R.N.R. lost in a drifter in collision,
Aug. 5, 1916.

BROWN, Harry, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916.

BARROW, Daniel, Greenspond, killed in action Sept. 15, 1916.

BASTOW, Gordon, Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 14, 1916.

BASTOW, Frederick Donald, St John's, died of wounds in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

BUTLER, Harvey R. Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12 1916
 

BUTLER, William, Cupids, R.N.R., died in hospital at Ismalia, Oct. 13, 1916.

BURSEY, Benjamin, Gander Bay, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15, 1916.

BRADLEY, Wilfrid, St. John's, died of wounds at Rouen, Oct. 17, 1916.

BUTLER, Robert, Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916.

BROWN, Louis, Salvage, killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916.

BOWER, Lieutenant, England, R.A.M.C., attached to Newfoundland Regiment
killed in action, Oct. 20, 1916.

BARRETT, Leonard  Josiah, St. John's, Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

BOONE, Stephen M., South River, near Clarke's Beach, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

BROWN, Edward John, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

BURKE, Garrett, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

BUTLER, Edward William, Fogo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

BOLAND, Patrick, St. John's, drowned at Ayr, December ----, 1916.

CHAPLIN, Jack, St. John's, died in hospital at Fort George, Jan. 1, 1915.  The first fatality in the Regiment.

COLOMBUS, Edward, St. George's, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Sept. 1915.

CAREW, David Michael, St. John's, died of wounds, Gallipoli Oct. 7, 1915.

COLLINS, William Joseph, St. John's, died of Dysentry at Alexandria, Oct. 28, 1915.

CLARKE, George Rankin, Brigus, died in Gallipoli of dysentery, Nov. 24, 1915.

CHAFE, William H., The Goulds, St. John's West R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan
McNaughton, Feb. 1915.

COADY, Timothy F., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915.

CROCKER, Stanely, Heart's Delight, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan Ncnaughton, Feb. 1915.

COPLEY, Thomas, Salmon Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

CURRAN, James Patrick, Ferryland, R.N.R., drowned in a boat accident, H.M.S. Races, April 4, 1916

CURNEW, George Robert, Curling killed in action in France, April 24, 1916.

CHAPLIN, Harold, Lieutenant-Surgeon, St. John's, loss in the S.S. Hamshire, with Lord KITCHENER.
 
COLE, Edward Louis, St. John's, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916.

CAHILL, Martin J., St. John's, killed in action France, July 1, 1916.

COOMBS, Henry, Spaniard's Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. 

CRANE, Henry C., Upper Island Cove, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916.

CARTER, Llewellyn J., Channel, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916.

COATES, George, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915.

CROSBIE, George Graham, Bay Roberts, died of wounds at Ronen, July 2, 1916.

CAHILL, John J., St. John's, died a prisoner of war at Miden, Germany, July 5, 1916.

COURAGE, Harrison, Catalina, died of wounds at Havre, July 1, 1916.

COLES, Albert Victor, Savage Cove, St. Barbe, killed in action in France, Sept. 18, 1916.

CAPLIN, John, Bay Roberts, died of wounds in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

CLEARY, Patrick M., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

CLEARY, Bernard, Harbour Main, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

CLEARY, Charles Allen, Company Quartermaster Sergeant,  killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

CLEARY, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

COSTELLO, William P., Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

CORCORAN, Lawrence, J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

CRITCH, Kenneth, La Scie, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916. 

DYKE, Gilbert, Salvage Bay, R.N.R, loss in H.M.S. Viknon, January 1915.

DYER, William G., Logy Bay R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915.

DECKER, Stephen, Flat Head, B.B., R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915.

DUNPHY, John, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 12, 1915.	

DAWE, William, Port de Grave, R.N.R., lost in the battle between the Alcantara and Grief, Feb. 29,  1916.

DAWE, Henry C., Topsail, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

DICKS, George, Sergeant, Lards, Scotland, Died of wounds at Wandsworth, July 12, 1916.

DONNELLY, James J., Captain, M.C., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12 1916.

DRUKEN, Thomas, Topsail, died of shell wounds at Etaples, Nov.1, 1916.

DELANEY, Thomas J., Placentia, killed in action in France, Nov. 20 1916.

DULLANTY, George, St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916.

DUNPHY, John J., Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov.29, 1916.

DOHANEY, William Patrick, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1 1916

DOYLE, John T., Corporal, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

DRISCOLL, Arthur, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

EBSARY, Frederick E., Southside, died at Cairo, of Meningitis, Sept. 23, 1915.

ELLSWORTH, James, Carmanville, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 4, 1915.

EBSARY, Hubert Edgar, Lance Corporal, Southside, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Dec. 1, 1915.

EARLE, Harvey, Burgeo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

ELLIOTT, John Edward, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

EVANS, Joseph W., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1 1916.

EDGECOMBE, Silas, Ochre Pit Cove, died of wounds at Wandworth, July 11, 1916.

EDWARDS, John C., St. John's, died of wounds at Netley, July 21, 1961

EVANS, Leonard, St. john's killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916.

EBSARY, Samuel Joseph, Second Lieutenant, Southside, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916.

EZEKIEL, Joseph, Harbour Main, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

EBBE, John H., St. John's, killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916.

EVANS, Nicholas J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FRACBAIRN, Buchanan, Ferryland, died of dysentery at Malta, Oct. 23, 1916.

FOWLOW, Richard, Trinity East, Died in hospital at Malta, Nov. 23, 1916.

FITZGERALD, John M., St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec 1, 1916  

FUREY, Ignatius, Harbour Main, died of Tetanus in Gallipoli, Dec. 7, 1916.

FARWELL, Joseph, Seal Cove, Fogo, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

FITZPATRICK, Alphonsus, Conche, did in hospital at Ayr, January 29, 1916.

FORD, James, Labrador, died of measles in Scotland, Feb. 26, 1916

FERGUSON, John Roy, Second Lieutenant, St. John's killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FALLER, Stephen, Harbour Grace, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FEWER, Lawrence J., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FRYE, William, Charlestown, B.B., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FARRELL, Martin P., Marystown, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FAWLOW, William, Brigus, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FIELD, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FILLIER, Frank, Petty Harbour, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

FRAMPTON, John, Bay Bulls, killed in action in France July 1, 1916.

FREAKE, James B.?, Lewisporte, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

GORMAN, Joseph Julian, Harbour Breton, died in hospital at Edinburgh, May 30, 1915.

GREENING, James, Summerville, B.B., R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan.15, 1915.

GREEN, Barton, Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayono, March 12, 1915.

GREELEY, Mathew, Portugal Cove, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

GARDINER, Theophllus, British Harbour, died of wounds in France, July 11, 1916.

GRANT, William H., Second Lieutenant, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, killed in action
in France, July 16, 1916.

GOSSE, Ira Joseph, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 11, 1916.

GRACE, Martin J., Corporal, Catalina, died of wounds in France, Oct. 15, 1916.

GULLAGE, Hubert V., Corporal, Catalina, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

GEORGE, Joshua, Foster's Point, random, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

GOUGH, Chesley J., Elliston, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

GOODYEAR, Osward Reymond, Grand Falls, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

HARDY, William Frank, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, October, 1915.

HARDY, John, St. John's, died of wounds on board hospital Ship Neuralla from Gallipoli, Oct. 14, 1915.

HISCOCK, Samuel, Carbonear, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 4, 1915.

HYNES, James Joseph, Southside, killed in action in Gallipoli, Nov. 18, 1915.

HARVEY, Bernard, Mathieson, Lieut. Commander, R. N. in H.M.S. Cresay, Sept. 22, 1914. The first Newfoundlander to make the supreme sacrifice in the Great World War.

HALLETT, Albert, Flat Island, B.B., R.N.R., Lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915.

HYNES, Wallace James, Port au Port, R.N.R., in armed drifter from Oliver, Oct. 1915.

HOLDEN, Patrick, St. John's, died of wounds at Malta, January 29, 1916.

HULAN, Howard, Robinson's Head, St. Georges, died in Scotland May 2, 1916.

HIBBS, John , Portugal Cove, R.N.R. on  H.M.S. Vivid, died in Royal Naval hospital of pneumonia, and measles, May2, 1916.  

HARE, Harvey, Burgeo, died at Ayr of diphtheria, May 25, 1916.

HISCOCK, John, Northern Bight, R.N.R., H.M.S. Invincible, lost in the Battle of Jutland, June 7, 1914.

HOARE, Edward J., Trignmouth, England , Gallipoli veteran, died in Egypt of enteric, June 14, 1916.

HERDER, Hubert Clinton, Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HIGGINS, Edward J., Sergeant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 2, 1916.

 
HEALE, Robert William, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 3, 1916.

HUDSON, Joseph, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 4, 1916.

HARTREE, Sydney, Perth Amboy, U.S.A., died of wounds in France, Aug 3, 1916.

HUMPHRIES, Alfred, Botwood, killed in action in France, Aug. 9, 1916.

HURLEY, Thomas, Gander Bay, R.N.R., drowned Aug 21, 1916.

HANCOCK, John, Jamestown, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HARBIN, Wilfred T., Corporal, Twillingate, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HARRIS, George W., Humbermouth, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HOCKLEY, John Hubert, Lance Corporal, Doncaster, England, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HOLDEN, Luke, Holyrood , killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

HUSSEY, Francis, Freshwater, near St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

IVANY, William G., Gambo, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

JACKSON, Thomas, Brigus, R.N.R., on H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

JERETT, Levi, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

JONES , William, Trinity East,  R.N.R. accidentally drowned in British waters, Dec. 9, 1915.

JUPP, Clifford, H. O. Second Lieut., Sussex, England, killed in action in France, July1, 1916.

JANES, Maxwell, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

JACKMAN, Bert, St. John's, died at Entretat, from wounds, July 5, 1916.

JOYCE, William G., Burin Bay Arm, killed in action in France, Sept. 8, 1916.

JANES, Frederick, Lance Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1,1916.

JANES, George R., Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.
 

JONES, Arthur, St. Phillip's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

JOHNSON, John Joseph, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

KNIGHT, William Blackler, Sergeant, Southside, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

KNIGHT, William Valentine, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

KNIGHT, George Samuel, St. John's, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 2, 1915.

KELLY, Albert, Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

KNIGHT, Thomas, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb., 1915.

KOHOE, William J., Harbour Grace, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb., 1915.

KAVANAGH, Thomas J., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S.Cln McNaughton, Feb., 1915.

KING, William, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

KENNEDY, Michael F., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916,

KING, Jabez W., Lewisporte, died on S.S. Sicilian, invalided home, Aug. 9 1916.

KING, Alexander, Western Bay, died of wounds at Etaples, Sept. 4, 1916.

KANE, Walter A., London, England, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916.

KEARLEY, Heber, Blaketown, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

KEEPING, Stanley, Rose Blanche, killed in France, Nov. 19, 1916.

LODGE, Samuel Thomas, Catalina, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 1 1916.

LEWIS, Philip , Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde, R.N.R., lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915

LeDREW, George Hussey, Cupids, R.N.R., mined in Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, October, 1915.

LAMBERT, John, Southport, Random, died at Ayr of Scarlet Fever, April 7, 1916.

LANNON, William Joseph, Bell Island, died of wounds in France, June 18, 1916.

LUKINS, John, St. John's, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916.

LUFF, Samuel, Campbellton, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

LYONS, Allan, Avondale, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

LeSHANA?, William Edward, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

LEARNING, Samuel John, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 4, 1916.

LANNIGAN, James Joseph, died of wounds at Havre, August 18, 1916.

LeBUFF, Robert, Campbellton, died of wounds at Netley, Aug. 11, 1916.

LEGGE, Joseph, Heart's Delight, died of wounds in France, Oct. 13, 1916.

LUSCOMBE, Herbert G., Corporal, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

LEUDY, Joseph, Lance Corporal, Little River, Codroy, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

LAHEY, Robert J., Lance Cove, Bell Island, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MAHAR, James J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MERCER, Maxwell J., Bay Roberts, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MILES, Victor William, Sergeant-Major, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

McWHORTER, Hugh Walter, Humbermouth, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct., 1915.

McDONNELL, Patrick, St. George's, died of dysentery, Gallipoli, Oct. 29, 1915.

McNEIL, Donald Fraser, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 6, 1916.

MacKAY, Andrew J., St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 13, 1916.

McGRATH, Thomas White, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 13, 1916.

MURPHY, Walter Leonard, St. John's, died at Mudros of dysentery, Sept. 29, 1915.

MURPHY, William John, Conception, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 9, 1916.

MILLER, William Patrick, Devonport, England, died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 17, 1916.

MURPHY, Joachim, St. John's, died of wounds on hospital ship Morea, Gallipoli, Nov. 7, 1915

MERCER, Chesley, St. John's, died in hospital at London from disease contracted in Gallipoli, Nov. 18, 1915.

MYRICK, John, died of diptheria in Gallipoli, Dec. 10 , 1915.

MARTIN, Sandy, St. John', R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915.

MERCER, John B., Bay Roberts, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915.

MORGAN, Frederick, Seal Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost on H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915.

MORGAN, William G. Port de Grave, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany 1915

MORRIS, Walter, St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton,  Feby 1915.

MORGAN, John T., Seal Cove, Harbour Main, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby. 1915.

MARTIN, Sylvester, LsScie, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

MILLER. Harold, Portugal Cove, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McFarlane, Dec 20 1915

MORRIS, Robert, Ramea, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 1915.

 
MUGFORD, George, Codroy, died of Measles in Scotland, Feb, 24, 1916.

MUGFORD, George, port de Grave, R.N.R. lost in the battle between the Alenatare and Grief Feb. 29 1916.

MILES, Heber John, Bonavista, Gallipoli, veteran, died at Brookland Hospital, Waybridge, of Meningitis, March 18, 1916.

MANNING, Augustus Joseph, Sergeant, St. John's, killed in action in France, May 31, 1916

MELLOR, Frederick C., Lieutenant, Kentville, N.S., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MORGAN, William, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MARTRET, Joseph, St. John's, killed in Action in France, July 1, 1916. 

 
MEADUS, Robert, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MARTIN, Joseph, Burin, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

MARTIN, Henley A., Harbour Grace, died of wounds in France, Oct. 13, 1916.

MOORES, Samuel J., Freshwater, B.D.V., killed in France, Oct.,12, 1916.

MOONEY, James R., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

NEWMAN, Archibald M., Twillingate, died of wounds in France, July 3, 1916.

NORRIS, Samuel Casimer, Second Lieutenant, Three arms, N.D.B., killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

NOONAN, Robert A., St. John's, died of wounds in France , Oct. 13, 1916.

NICHOLS, Duncan, Lance Corporal, Deer Lake, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

NOSEWORTHY, Herman J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

O'BRIEN, James, St. John's, died in hospital at Edinburgh, Sept. 30, 1915.   
 
OSMOND, Gerald A., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb. 1915

OILERHEAD, William, Lance Sergeant, Heart's Content, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

OSMOND, Douglas McNeil, Morton's Harbour, died of wounds in France, July 8, 1916.

O'BRIEN, Augustin, Captain, St. John's, died of wounds in France, Oct. 28?, 1916.

PARSONS, John, Bay Roberts, R.N. R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

PEACH, Henry W., Arnold's Cove, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

PIKE, Francis, Harbour Grace, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915.

PEACH, WILLIAM H., Red Harbour, Placentia Bay, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

PIERCEY, Charles A., Red Harbour, Placentia Bay, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

PEARCEY, Jacob New Perlican, R.N.R. died at Royal naval Barracks, Devonport, of pneumonia, June 14, 1916.

PINSENT, Stanley S., Musgrave Harbour, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

PERRAN, William G., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

PARMITER, Cecil, Topsail, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

PROWSE, William Patrick, St. John's, died of wounds, at Havre, July 18, 1916.

PIKE, Stanley Gordon, St. John's, died of wounds in King George Hospital, London, Aug 10, 1916.

PECKFORD, Edward, Change Island, died of wounds at Wandsworth, Aug. 29, 1916.

PITCHER, Archibald  J., Winterton, R.N.R., died of tubercular Meningitis, at Turo, Cornwall, Sept. 16, 1916.

PHALEN, William A., St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct.11, 1916.

PITTMAN, Richard, Corporal, Lamaline, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

PENNELL, William C., Curling, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

QUINTON, Augustus, Red Cliff, Bonavista Bay, died of wounds at King's George Hospital, London Nov. 19, 1916.

ROBERTS, Frank, St. John's died of wounds in Gallipoli, Oct. 23, 1915.

ROPER, Frederick Charles, Bonavista, killed in action in  Gallipoli, Nov. 27. 1915.

RALPH, Charles, flat Island, B.B. R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan. 1915.

ROWE, Charles, Trinity, R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

RANDELL, Ralph, Port Rexton, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton Feb. 1915

READER, John, Bonavista, R.N.R., died in hospital at Penzance, May 11,1915.

REEVES, Maxwell, St. Lawrence, died in General Hospital, St. John's May 20, 1916.

 
RYALL, William T., Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

ROSS, R. Wallace, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1st, 1916.

ROSS, Michael Joseph, Portugal Cove, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

REID, Robert Bruce, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1st, 1916. 

ROSSITER, Matthew, Cape Broyle, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

ROWSELL, H. J. R., Second Lieutenant, Bonavista. Died of wounds at Abbeville, July 8, 1916.

RENDELL, Clifford, Second Lieutenant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 22, 1916.

REID, Carl, St. John's, killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916.

REID, Alfred, St. John's, died at Wandsworth, Aug. 18, 1916.

REID, Alexander A., LaPoile, died of wounds in France, Aug. 15, 1916.

RONAN, Thomas, St. John's, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

RENDELL, Ernest J., New Harbour, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

REID, William J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

RICE, John J., St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

RUSSELL, William, Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

RYAR, William Joseph, Corporal, South Side, St. John's, killed in action in France,
July 1, 1916.

SQUIBB, Josiah, Carbonear, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 19, 1915.

SOMERTON, Frederick Charles, Trinity, died of wounds in Gallipoli buried at sea Nov. 25, 1915.

 
ST. CROIX, William, Trepassey, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany, 1915.

SMART, Edward, Alexandra Bay, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany. 1915.

SPARKES, Eli, Shearstown, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany., 1915.

STRINGER, George, Little Heart's Ease, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jany., 191.

SIMMONDS, Eugene F., Whitbourne, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, February, 1915.

SNOW, Ronald J., St. John's, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915.

SQUIRES, Richard J., St. John's, R.NR., Lost in H.M.S. Clan NcMaughton Feby., 1915.

STONE, Edward, Bell Island, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feby., 1915.

SPRACKLIN, Edgar J., Cupids, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

STANLEY, Harold A., Kilbride, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

SAMSON, Joseph A., Fltat Islands, Bonavista Bay, R.N.R., killed in the Dardanelles, May, 1915.

SPARKES, Stephen, Brigus, R.N.R., mined in Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, Oct. 1915.

SOPER, Morley, Port aux Basques, died on hospital ship Acquitanian at Gallopoli, pneumonia, Dec. 29, 1915.

SIMMS, George, Pilley's Island, killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec. 30, 1915.

SMITH, Howard, Dildo, died in Scotland of heart trouble, June 3, 1916.

STRIDE, William Ambrose, Bridgeport, died from accidental wound in France, June 19, 1916.

SHORTALL, Richard A., Lieutenant, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1,1916

SMITH, Zachariah, Smith Sound, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

STEELE, Owen W., Lieutenant, St. John's, died of wounds in France, July 8 , 1916.

SUMMERS, Michael Francis, captain, St. John's died of wounds, July 16, 1916.

 
STUCKLESS, Silas, Norris Arm, died of wounds at Bristol, July 18, 1916.

SEWARD, Edward, Bonne Bay killed in action in France, Aug. 12, 1916.

STRICKLAND, Edward J., Port aux Basques, died of wounds in France, Aug. 12, 1916.

SELLARS, Allan Augustus, St. John's, died of Tuberculosis at Cairo, Aug 19, 1916.

SHAVE, George R., Fogo, died of wounds at Rouen, Oct. 16, 1916.

SNOW, Hardy, F., Twillingate, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

STEED, Dugald, Little Catalina, R.N.R., lost in the trawler Bradford, October, 1916.

STRONG, Norman H., Lance Corporal, Little bay Islands, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

SEYMOUR, Thomas, Gooseberry Island. Bonavista Bay, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

SPARKES, Samuel, St. John's, Mined in the Trawler Dagon, December 1916.

TUCKER, Walter, Lance Corporal, St. John's, died of wounds on hospital ship from Gallipoli, buried at sea, Oct. 25, 1915.

TIBBO, James Joseph, St. John's killed in action in Gallipoli, Dec 1, 1915.

TETFORD, Melvin, Harbour Grace, R.N. R., drowned from yacht Monsoon, in neighbourhood of the Scilly Islands, August, 1915.

TOBIN, John Thomas, Burin, died of Measles at Ayr, Feb. 1, 1916.

THORNE, James H., New Harbour, died of Measles at Paisley, Feb. 21, 1916.

TAYLOR, Herbert, Corporal, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

TEMPLEMAN, Donald, Bonavista, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

THOMAS, Walter, Bell Island, died of wounds at Birmingham, July 15, 1916.

TUCKER, Denis, Thorburn Road, R.N.R., accidentally drowned, Aug. 26, 1916.

TARGETT, Frederick J., Lance Corporal, Holyrood, died of wounds in France, Oct. 16, 1916.

 
TIBBO, Henry, Grand John,  Fortune Bay, killed in action in France, Oct. 12, 1916.

TUFF, Jabez, Templeman, B.B., killed in action in France, Nov. 18, 1916. 

TAYLOR, Eric F., Port de Grave, died of spinal meningitis at Glasgow, March 15, 1916

VISCOUNT, John Thomas, Dunville, killed in action in Gallipoli, Oct. 30, 1915.

WATTS, Rupert King, Lance Corporal, Harbour Grace, died at Mudros of dysentry, Sept. 27, 1915.

WIGHTON, Charles, Captain, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, killed in action at Gallipoli, Nov. 25, 1915

WALSH, Douglas, Cow Head, St. Barbe, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, Jan 1915.

WARREN, Albert, Gooseberry Island R.N.R. lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

WATKINS, Jonas, Farmers Arm, Twillingate, R.N.R., in H.M.S. Clan McNaughton, Feb.  1915.

WHALEN, Simeon, Random, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Bayano, March 12, 1915.

WOOLRIDGE, William Mark, Fogo, R.N.R, mined in the Armed Drifter Frons Oliver, October, 1915.

WHITE, Arthur, Shoal Brook, Bonne Bay, killed in action in France, June 28, 1916.

WOODFORD Frank, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WHEELER, Frederick, Tizzard Harbour, died of wounds at Rouen, July 16, 1916.

WHITTEN, Edgar Charles, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 16, 1916.

WOODFORD, P. G., Too Good Arm, Herring Neck, died of wounds in France, October 12, 1916.

WHITTLE, William, Fox Cove, Fortune Bay, died of acute nephritis at Calais, October 14, 1916.

WHITE, Willis, Comfort Bight, N.D.B., killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WATKLINS, Robert James, Botwood, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

 
WALSH, Michael, J., Placentia, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WESTCOTT, Harry T., Lance Corporal, Carbonear, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916

WHITE, William, Loon Bay, Notre Dame bay, killed in action ib France, July1, 1916.

WILLIAMS, Robert John, St. John's, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WILCOX, Fred, Brigus, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WINSOR, George, Wesleyville, killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

WINTER, Randolph M., Burin killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

YOUDEN, George, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

YOUDEN, Thomas, Brigus, R.N.R., lost in the H.M.S. Viknor, January, 1915.

YOUNG, Edward, Bonne Bay, R.N.R., died at General Hospital of pneumonia, Feb. 1915.

YOUNG, Arthur H., Twillingate, died of wounds in France, July 6, 1916.


IN OTHER REGIMENTS


ADEY, Enoch, Adeytown, Trinity Bay.  Killed in Flanders, April 1916.

ARMSTRONG, Walter, Surgeon-Captain, St. Anthony and Indian Harbour.  Killed in action in France, May 31, 1916.

BYRNE, Gerald, St. John's.  Died of wounds at St. Julien, France, April 24, 1915.

BOONE, Gordon V., St. John's.  Killed in action at Langemarke, April 27.

BALDWIN, James, Corporal, Pouch Cove.  Killed in action in France, May 15, 1915.

BAILEY, Aaron, Trinity.  Killed in action in Flanders, May 8, 1916.

BEATTY, Eric Finch, native of Pilley's Island.  Killed in action in France, June 23, 1916.

BUTLER, Nathan, Cupids.  Killed in action in France, September, 1916.

BOWN, John K., St. Mary's.  Killed in action in France, September, 1916.

BRENNAN, Timothy, Bay Bull's Road.  Killed in action in France, October, 1916.

BALDWIN, John, Pouch Cove.  Killed in action in France, Oct. 27., 1916.

BLUNDON, T. W., Indian Island.  Killed in action in France, Dec., 1916.

CARBERRY, Miss, St. John's.  Torpedoed on the Hesperian, Sept. 5, 1915.

CROWDY, Charles H., Captain, Montreal.  Killed in action at Armentieres, Oct. 20, 1915.

CLARKE, Richard, Victoria, Carbonear.  Killed in action in France, May 1916.

COWAN, George Tremaine, St. John's and Montreal.  Killed in action in Flanders, May 27, 1916

COURAGE, Archibald, Harbour Grace and Montreal.  Killed in action in Flanders, May 1916.

COLLINGWOOD, George, Cuthbert, Chief Gunner (cousin of Mr. William Collingwood and descendant of the great Admiral) also two nephews lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916.

CARVAN, James, Bay Roberts. Killed in France, Aug. 9, 1916.

COOMBES, Joshua, Upper Island Cove. Died of wounds in France, July 1916.

COOPER, Mark, Twillingate, killed in action in France, Sept. 1916.

CLARKE, J. Lance Corporal, Carbonear, killed in action in France, Oct. 1916.

CULL, M. (?), Caplin Cove, killed in action in France Dec. 1916.

DUNPHY, Lawrence, Trepassey. Killed in action in Flanders, April 1916.

DAWE, Victor, Bay Roberts. Killed in action in France, July 1, 1916.

DUFFETT, Albert Gregory, Sergeant, D.C.M, St. John's, Died of wounds in France, October 1916.

DAVIDSON, Robert, Lieutenant, Malay States (nephew of Sir Walter E. Davidson). Killed in action in France, July 1 1916.

DAVIDSON, Lewis, Lieutenant, Manilla. Died of wounds in France, June 28, 1916.

EUSTACE, Thomas, Lance Corporal, Torbay, killed in action in France, Nov. 28, 1915.

EVANS, D. O., Lieutenant, (Brother of Mrs. P. H. Knowling) killed in action in France, Feby. 13, 1916.

FOWLOW , Norman, St. John's. Killed in action in Flanders, April 7, 1916.

FOLLETT, William H. Western Bay, killed in action in Flanders, April 11, 1916

FLEMING, Frank J., St. Vincent, killed in action in France, July 1916.

FRASER, Neville, St. John's and Lancaster, Ont. Died of wounds in France, July 1916.

FREDERICK, F. J., trinity Bay. Killed in France, August 1916.

FIELDING, Hugh C. R. Lieut-Commander, R.N. (Cousin of Lady Davidson) H.M.S. Defence. Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916.

GORDON, Gilbert, St. John's. Died of wounds in France, Sept. 28, 1915.

GODDARD, Louis, Halifax. Killed in action in Flanders, May 1916.

GOODRIDGE, Herbert H., Lance Corporal, killed in action in France, Oct. 7, 1916.

HOLLANDS, John R. W., Carbonear.  Killed in action at Ypres, April 22, 1915.

HUGHES, Thomas S., Armourer Corporal, The Goulds, Bay Bulls Road.  Died of wounds in France, April 24, 1915.

HATCHER, C. R., Burgeo.  Died of wounds in France, June 23, 1916.

HENNEBURY, Thomas,  Died of wounds in Flanders, May 27, 1916.

HAYLES, Trevor George Lawton, Midshipman, native of St. John's.  Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916.

HAWCO, Christopher, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, August, 1916.

HISCOCK, John, St. John's and Montreal.  Killed in action in France, October, 1916.

JAMES, Leslie, Heart's Content.  Killed in action in Flanders, May 25, 1916.

JOHNSON, Lieut.-Surgeon, formerly of Trinity.  Lost in the Battle of Jutland, May 31, 1916.

KING, Percy,  Twillingate.  Killed in action in Flanders, April, 1916.

KEEFE, George, Captain.  Killed in action in France, July, 1916.

KENNEDY, Richard, Sergeant, Harbour Grace.  Died of pneumonia in France, Sept., 1916

LeMESSURIER, Cyril, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, Nov. 21, 1916.

MIDDLETON, A. S., Lieutenant, Placentia.  Died of wounds at Rouen, Sept. 30, 1915.

MALLARD, James Patrick, Quidi Vidi.  Killed in action in France, Nov. 5, 1915.

MEEHAN, Hubert, Lance Corporal, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, Nov. 18, 1915.

MURRAY, Maurice, Argentia.  Died of wounds in France, December, 1915.

MORRELL, Gordon M., Bell Island.  Killed in action in Flanders, Feb. 1916.

MERCER, Thomas, Little Beaver Cove, Fogo.  Killed in action in Flanders, April 11, 1916.

MORRIS, Henry, (Nephew of Deputy Mayor MORRIS), Montreal.  Killed in action in Flanders, April 16, 1916.

MORRIS, Stephen C., C.R.A.M.C., Trinity.  Dispatch rider.  Killed on duty in France, july 29, 1916.

MOULD, Capt., Scotland and St. John's, M.C., D.S.O..  Killed in action in France, Sept. 3, 1916.

MITCHELL, John Brine, M.C., St. John's.  Killed in action in France, Sept. 15, 1916.

MURPHY, M.  Died of wounds in France, Sept., 1916.

MAXIME, Harold, Bonavista.  Killed in action in France, Sept. 1916.

MILLS, Leander, Burlington, N.D.B.  Killed in action in France, Sept. 1916.

McCORMACK, John J., St. Philip's.  Killed in action in France, October, 1916.

MITCHELL, John George, Tilt Cove.  Died from wounds in France, Oct. 1916

MILLER, Andrew H., St. John's.  Died in London from pneumonia after 17 months in the trenches, Dec. 26, 1916.

NORTHCOTT, Barney, Carbonear and Montreal.  Killed in action in France, June, 1916.

O'BRIEN, Terence, Lieutenant, (Grandson of former Governor Sir Terence O'BRIEN).  Killed in aeroplane action in France, March 2, 1915.

PADDON, Hubert A., St. John's.  Killed in action in France, March 2, 1915.

PEARCEY, Albert, St. John's.  Died of wounds at Boulogne, June 1, 1915.

PYKE, Robert, St. Lawrence.  Killed in action in Flanders, Nov. 10, 1915.

PETERS, Edward Cole, St. John's and Calgary.  Killed in action in Flanders, May 30, 1916.

PINKHAM, Ernest, Captain, Calgary, (Son of Bishop PINKHAM and cousin of Messrs. ELLIS) .  Killed in action in France, August, 1916.

PATTEN, Eli Harris, Corporal, Grand Bank.  Killed in action in France, August, 1916.

RICHARDS, William, Corporal, St. John's and Sydney.  Killed in action in France, June 8, 1916.

SMALL, William Tilt Cove.  Killed in action in Flanders, Oct. 3, 1915.

SNOW, Samuel, Harbour Grace.  Died of wounds in France, December, 1915.

STEELE, Eleazer, Northern Bay.  Died of wounds in France, April 27, 1916.

SLANEY, Alonzo, St. Lawrence.  Killed in action in Flanders, June 6, 1916.

STEVENS, George William, Port aux Basques.  Died of wounds in France, Sept. 1916.

TRAPNELL, Donald, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, May 1915.

THISTLE, Douglas, St. John's and Montreal.  Died of qounds in France, July 13, 1916.

TURNER, Alfred W., Southside, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, August, 1916.

VERGE, Levi, Harbour Grace.  Killed in action in Flanders, June 1916.

VEY, George, St. John's.  Killed in action in France, Oct 8, 1916.

WALSH, David A., St. John's.  Killed in action in Flanders, November 1915.

WEYMOUTH, Viscount, (cousin of Lady DAVIDSON).  Killed in action in France, Feb. 15, 1916.


HEROES WHO ARE MISSING:

Since the Battle of Beaumont Hammel, July 1st 1916:

AYRE, Edward A., Lance Corporal, Channel.

ABBOTT, George, St, John's.

ANDREWS, Joseph, St. John's.

ANDERSON, Israel, Channel.

ATWELL, James, St. John's.

BARBOUR, Horatio, Lance Corporal, Port Rexton. 

BENNETT , William, South Side, St. John's.

BISHOP, Wilson, McCallum, Fortune Bay.

BREEN, John, St. John's.

BUTLER, Ignatius J., St. John's.

BARTLETT, Joseph P., Turks Gut, Trinity Bay.

BURGE, Allan, Bonavista.

BUTLER, Harry, St. John's.

BOWMAN, Charles, St. John's

BARTON, John, Bay Bulls Road.	

CARROLL, Thomas, Sergeant, Belle Island.   

CARSON, John.

CROCKER, Harrison, Heart's Delight.

CALLAHAN, Roger J., St. John's.

COISH, Harold G., Ladle Cove, Fogo.

CONNORS, James P., St. John's.

CRANFORD, Llewellyn, New Harbour.

CURTLEY, John T., Woods Island.

CARNEW, John J., St. John's.

CROUCHER, Nathaniel, Long Island, Notre Dame Bay.

CHAFE, Ernest L., St. John's.

CARRIGAN, Edward, Placentia.

CAREW, John J., St. John's.

COULLAS, Norman, St. John's.

DUNPHY, John J., Lance Corporal, St. John's.

DUNPHY, William, St. John's.

DUKE, John J., Fox Harbour, Placentia Bay.

ELLIOTT, William S., Sergeant, Newman's Cove, B.B.

ELLIS, John J., Lance Corporal, Southside.

EVANS, Henry, St. John's.

EDGAR, Edwin, St. John's.

ETHERIGE, Gordon, Champneys. Trinity Bay.

FERGUSON, Stewart S., Sergeant, Clarenville.

FRENCH, John J., Brigus.

FORD, Gerald, Amherst Cove, Bonavista Bay.

GARF, Fred, St. John's.

GLADNEY, Edward F., Sergeant, St. John's.

GARDINER, Edward J., Lance Corporal, British Harbour.

GILLARN, Arthur W., Lance Corporal, Robinson's Head.

GALGEY, Francie J., St. John's.

GUY, Chester J., Corporal, Burgeo.

HYNES, Richard E., Lance Corporal, Indian Island, Fogo.

HARNETT, Frank, Lance Corporal, Seldom Come By.

HATFIELD, George B., St. John's.

HYNES, Harry, Glenwood.

HAYNES, Patrick J., St. John's.

HAYWARD, Arthur S., St. John's.

HAWKINS, George, Twillingate.

HOLLOHAN, Joseph, South Side.

HOLLAND, Michael J., Freshwater Road., St. John's.

HOWARD, James J., St. John's.

HUTCHINGS, Harold, Greenspond.

HEFFORD, Thomas B., New Harbour.

HAINES, Albert, Jamestown, Bonavista Bay.

PORTER, Robert B., company Sergeant Major, Grand Falls.

PIKE, George E., Lance Corporal, Grand Falls.
 

PARSONS, Charles A., Stephenville Crossing.

PIERCEY, John C., Norman's Cove, Trinity Bay.

PORTER, Archibald H., Change Island.

PINSENT, Stewart, Dildo, Trinity Bay.

PAUL, Reginald J., Burin.

PENNEY, Josiah H., Carbonear.

POWER, James M., St. John's.

PARSONS, Aubrey, Cat Harbour, Fogo.

PENNEY, Augustus, Holywood.

PIKE, James J., Avondale.

QUIGLEY, Michael J., St. John's .

RENDELL, Arthur J., Lance Corporal, St. John's.

POWELL, Edward C., Lance Corporal, St. John's.

RODGERS, Edward J., St. John's.

RIDEOUT, Sydney, St. John's.

RICHARDSON, Patrick, St. John's.

REID, Charles, Sergeant, St. John's.

SNOW, Fred E., Lance Corporal, St. John's.

SPURRELL, Frank J., Lance Corporal, St. John's.

SIMMS, George P., St. Anthony.

SIMMS, Robert R., St. Anthony.

SPARKES, George, Bell Island.
 

STRATHIE, Harry G., Bonavista.

SMITH, Josiah, Hopeall, Trinity Bay.

SMALL, George S., Lewisporte.

SNELGROVE, John C., St. John's.

SNOW, Douglas R., St. John's.

SHAVE, Edwin L., Lance Corporal, Fogo.

SHORT, Richard M., New Bonaventure.

SNOW, John S., Harbour Grace.

TAYLOR, George Hayward, Lieutenant, St. John's.

TAYLOR, Charles F., Southside, St. John's.

WHITE, Frederick, Twillingate.

WINTER, Edward H., St. John's.

WHITE, William A. Rattling Brook, Notre Dame Bay.

WHELAN, Augustine, St. John's.

WARFORD, Garland, Upper Gullies.

WOODMAN, Kenneth, New Harbour.

WEST, Stanley, Carmanville.

WEST, Edward, Apsey Cove, Fogo.


Since the Battle of October 12th, in which our heroes of July 1st.  Were avenged by their comrades:

BUGDEN, Leighton, St. John's.

BROWN, William, Little Harbour, Notre Dame Bay.
 

CLARE, Lawrence E., St. John's.

COOK, Henry W., Outer Cove Road, St. John's.

GUY, Ambrose, Arnold's Cove, Placentia Bay. 

HARDY, Edwared, St. John's.

HALL, James, Portugal Cove Road.

KENT, Marin, P., Lance Corporal, Placentia.

LeMESSURIER, Wallace, St. John's

LANCER, John, Smith Sound, Trinity Bay.

McLEOD, Neil Charles, St. John's.

MUGFORD, Luke, St. John's.

MARSH, William I. St. John's.

MITCHELMORE, Isaac, Green Island Cove, St. Barbe.

MEEHAN, Bernard. St. Mary's.

PHILLIPS, George, Whitbourne.

PARSONS, Bretram C. Flat Island, Placentia. Bay.

PARSONS, Charles H., Sandy Point, St. George's

RYALL, Robert S., St. John's.

RAYNES, Frederick, St. John's.
 

RODGERS, Thomas E., St. John's.

SAUNDERS Fred J., Griquet.

SERGEANT John, Badger.

SNOW, William, Princeton ?? Bonavista Bay.

TUFF, Frank P., St. John's.

WATTS, James P., St. John's.

WISEMAN, Adolphus, Little Bay Islands

WALTERS, Gilbert, Champneys, Trinity bay.

YOUNG, Harry L., Greenpond.	 


WITH THE CANADIANS:

BISHOP, Cyril, Cupids, since December, 1916.

PIKE, John, Twillingate and Victoria B.C., since April 2 1916.

BARRETT, William, Bay Roberts, since June 23, 1916.

BURSEY, William Frederick, Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde, since June 23, 1916.

DOYLE, Gregory Edward, Avondale, since June 19, 1916.

OLDFORD, Leslie, Musgrave Town and Alberta, since Sept. 21, 1916.

LEE, Michael, Witless Bay, Ferryland, November, 1916.

VEITCH, Francis, Conception Harbour and New York, since July 8, 1916.

HAND, William C., Bay Roberts, since September 16, 1916.

HARRIS, Seity, New Melbourne, since December, 1916.

PAYTON, James, St. John's and Vancouver, since June, 1916.


PRISONERS OF WAR:

BARRON, Peter, at Gelssen, Germany.  Taken prisoner, June 28, 1916.

BURSEY, William Frederick, Caplin Cove, Bay de Verde.  Taken prisoner, June 23, 1916.

CAHILL, John Joseph, St. John's.  Taken prisoner, June 28, 1916. Died at Gelssen 

COOMBS, Thomas, Sergeant, Spaniard's Bay, taken prisoner at Gelssen.

FOOTE, George William, Carbonear. Taken prisoner in November. Now at Gelssen.

RICE, Nathan, St. John's, captured at Neuve Chapelle. Prisoner since March, 1916.

SAMSON, Edwin,, R.N.R., Flat Island, Bonavista Bay. Taken prisoner in March, 1916. 

 

Page Contributed by Chris Shelley (November 2000)
Page Revised by Don Tate (November 2000)

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