Pascale Johnson-Cadieux

Remembering Summerland’s fallen soldiers

Summerland’s cenotaph lists Summerland soldiers who died in the two world wars.

Summerland’s cenotaph lists Summerland soldiers who died in the two world wars.

The following lists also include the names fallen soldiers from Summerland who are not listed on our cenotaph.

World War I

Joseph William Andrews

Hector Walker Agar

George Barkwill

Harold David ‘Harry’ Barkwill

Alfred David Bridgeman

Robert Lauriston ‘Bob’Callan

Arthur Hamilton ‘Buster’ Clouston

George Crawford Dale

Ralph Deans

Miss Millicent DeThoren

Lesley R.C. Douglas-Hamilton

Herbert Arthur ‘Bert’ Figgis

George Douglas “Geordie” Fisher

Jack Fitton

William  Edmund ‘Willie’ Gallaugher

James Gordon

Charles E. Hall

George Alfred Harwood

Richard Oliver ‘Dick’ Heron

J. Laurence  Higgin

Charles Percy Holder

Edward John “Elmer” Johnston

Martin Joyce

William Gordon  Kerr

Tremlett Foster Knox

William Harold “Milligan’ Milligan

David J. McIntosh

George Harold ‘Harry’ MacLeod

Frank Cornwall Naper

Ralph Featherstone Lake ‘Rafe’ Osler

Thomas Otterwell

Thomas Edward Pares

Russell ‘Ross’ Rea

Crawford Thomas “Rush” Rush

John ‘Jack’ Steven

Joseph Richard Treffry

Kenneth Marsden Van Allen

Frederick Russell Walker

George Henry Wilson

World War I soldiers not listed

Percy Douglas Sinclair Broad

William Edward Lee Broad

Thomas Harold Broad

James  David Coutts

Francis ‘Frank’ Edgar

Richard Foreman

George  Howard Needham

Huson Grand Murray

George Thompson

World War II

Robert Jasper ‘Robin’ Agur

Charles Ward ‘Charlie’ Blagborne

Gordon John ‘Gord’ Boothe

Thomas Edwin Brennan

Allen Clements

A.B. M ‘Mike’ Daniels

Robert Fortune Jamieson ‘Bob’ Duncan

Lloyd George Gould

Lawrence Francis  Hickey

Ernest Page ‘Ernie’ Hunt

James Ronald ‘Ron’ Jewell

John Julius ‘Johnny’ Lemke

Herbert Arthur Murfitt

William Robert ‘Bob’ McCutcheon

Alfred Keith  MacDougald

Russell William McLachlan

Richard Clement Powell

Harold Marland Rumball

A. J. ‘Sandy’ Smith

Arthur William ‘Skook’ Smith

Eric Smith

Arthur John Guy ‘Jack’ Temple

Charlie Reginald Verrier

Andrew ‘Andy’ Wilson

Thomas McLaren ‘Tommy’ Young

World War II soldiers not listed

Harold Dewar

Patrick Picton ‘Pat’  Nisbet

Frederick Paul Smith

 

Wesley William Wilson