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World war Two

This map shows the addresses of Chilliwack men who died in the Second World War. Attestation records for the men were not available, but street directories from 1939-1945 revealed that almost all the names on the Chilliwack War Memorial represent men who lived in the area. To date, out of the 108 names on the Memorial, 85 addresses have been found in historical documents pertaining to the Chilliwack area. Please click on a name (find the icon box inside the map -upper left) that interests you to find out more about those who fought for Canada in the Second World War.

List of Soldiers on the Chilliwack Cenotaph - World War 2

Flying Officer Ronald Earle Archibald Flight Sergeant John Douglas Baird Private Leo Lawrence Bedard
Pilot Officer George Robert Berkey Lieutenant Henry Edward Boutroy Flight Lieutenant Francis Thomas Sargent Brice
Pilot Officer Vincent Leslie Brice Flight Sergeant Alfred George Greenwood Brown Flight Sergeant Peter Edwin Elkford Brown
Second Lieutenant Reginald Harry Brown Flight Sergeant William Alexander Cameron Trooper Robert Woodrow Cantelon
Lance Corporal Howard Ralph Carter Private Claud George Clerf Leading Seaman Archibald Henry William Conway
Flying Officer Richard Leslie Coulter Warrant Officer II Russell Tyrrell Currie Pilot Officer Alexander Gordon Devoy
Pilot Officer Francis Aloysius Doherty Rifleman John Paul Drader Private Douglas Barry Eaton
Flight Sergeant William Bligh Eaton Flight Lieutenant John Robert Edgar Flight Sergeant Sydney Eric Eversfield
Flying Officer Robert Charles Field Flight Sergeant Harry Kennedy Ford Lance Corporal James A. Forddred
Flying Officer Frederick Arthur George Wilmott Gerty Private Rudolf Goetz Private George Andrew Good
Flying Officer Frank Herbert Grainger Pilot Officer George Henry Green Private Eric Selcov Hansen
Flying Officer Lynn Harvey Lieutenant David Carson Hazelton Pilot Officer Thomas Douglas Holden
Radio Technician Second Class Roger Jackman Flight Lieutenant Terrance Patrick Jarvis Private Ralph Edmund Johnson
Flying Officer Maurice Jorgenson Corporal Dewart Bowyer Kessler Private Bernard Klaudt
Flight Lieutenant James Stewart Lees, D.F.C. Flight Lieutenant Frank James Ling Sergeant John Lawson Lockwood
Private Eric Gunnar Ludwig Flying Officer Robert Douglas MacDonald Flight Lieutenant Ronald Ernest MacFarlane, D.F.M.
Pilot Officer Alexander Harvey MacLeod Corporal Lester Harvey McConnell Private Angus Martin McKenzie
Flight Sergeant Nathaniel Wesley McNair Private Wesley Ronald Mercer Warrant Officer II Donald Montgomery
Leading Air Craftsman William Strongren Murray Private Leonard Nelson Flying Officer James Leonard Norris
Acting Bombardier George Allen Northgraves Private Norville Carl Nowell Sergeant Lorne D. O'Connor
Flight Sergeant Leslie Alfred Parker Private Albert Renz Trooper Douglas Milton Rexford
Warrant Officer I Lorne Clarence Rideout Acting Lance Sergeant Everett Anthony Ronksley Acting Captain John Trelawney Scudamore
Warrant Officer II Everett Charles Smith Senior Second Engineer George L.V. Smith Pilot Officer Lloyd Snider
Flying Officer Ernest Sowerby Flight Sergeant Stanley Derek Spencer Pilot Officer Maxwell MacLean Stewart
Flying Officer John Ross Stoneman Flying Officer John Allen Thompson Sergeant Keith McNeill Thompson
Flying Officer Aubrey Maxwell Tingle Squadron Leader Cyril Nisbet Tingle Jr. brother to above Pilot Officer Leicester James Tingle, Newphew to above
Lance Corporal Leslie Marlow Warr Pilot Officer John William Williams D.F.C. Private Kenneth William Wilson or Trimmer Kenneth W. Wilson
Corporal Abe A. Wittenberg Private Leslie Cecil Wray Sergeant Frank Harris Wright


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