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Remembering World War I
The Cenotaph, located in front of the Yarmouth County Library, Main Street, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia lists the names of 173 men and women from Yarmouth Town and County who lost their lives during World War I. Of these, the following 14 died after November 11, 1918 Berriman, Percy Adelbert - 1st Depot Bn / 17th Reserve Churchill, Nathan L. - 85th Bn; Died March 3, 1919 Foulis, George Irving - 2nd Pioneers; Died February 12, 1919 Hubbard, George Edward - 25th Bn Lawrence, Louis - 219th Bn / Canadian Forestry Corps Muise, Albert J.; Died May 14, 1921 (known also as Charles Joseph/Joseph Henry) Muise, John Eloi - unknown battalion; Died May 7, 1921 Muise, John F. - Veteran Boer War; British Army Roy, James Henry - Veteran Boer War / WWI; Died November 25, 1922 Suttie, Raymond Dalton - 40th Bn; September 25, 1921 Taylor, Howard William - 219th Bn; January 13, 1920 Titus, William Peter - Canadian Army Medical Corps/9th and 3rd Field Ambulance Travis, Gordon R. - 112th Bn / 5th Bn, Canadian Railway Troops Vickery, Alexander J. - 219th Bn / Canadian Forestry Corps Two names were listed in error on the Yarmouth Memorial d'Entremont, William A Crowell, Thomas D.
The Yarmouth Town and County War Memorial
Return to Casualty List
The Wartime Heritage Association Casualty Page lists 158 war dead with the addition of the following 26 names Allen, Joseph Hamilton 27th Bn; Sept. 15, 1916 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Anderson, Alexander John 26th Bn; July 4, 1917 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Andrews, Alexander Carl United States Navy; Oct. 1, 1918 (buried in the Arcadia cemetery) d’Entremont, Albany A. SS Stella Maris (Tug), December 6, 1917 Doane, Henry Clinton Schooner F W Roebling, December 6, 1917 Ellis, Ivan Earl 26th Infantry Division, ‘B’ Company , American Expeditionary Force, France, July 1, 1918 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Holly, James Walter 25th Battalion; August 8, 1918 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Hulsman, Chester Howard 3rd Brigade, CFA; July 27, 1916 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Hurlburt, David Seamore 13th Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada) September 2, 1918 (son of David and Sarah Hurlburt, of Yarmouth, NS) Gavel, Sidney John 53rd Australian Infantry Battalion; July 19, 1916 (grandson of Andrew Stillman Gavel, Gavelton, Yarmouth Co., NS) MacDonnell, Gladwyn John 112th Bn / Cdn Machine Gun Corps; Aug. 13, 1918 (resident of Yarmouth at enlistment) MacKinnon, Norman Scott Chief Skipper HMCS Niobe RCN; February 28, 1918 (buried Yarmouth Mountain Cemetery) Matheson, Charles 236th Battalion McComiskey, Edward Charles 73rd Battalion McDonnell, Robert 44th Bn; Oct. 26, 1917 (born Argyle, Yarmouth Co. NS) Melanson, Benoit Joseph 25th Bn; Aug. 9, 1918 (enlisted in Yarmouth) Murphy, Roy Vincent 237th Bn / 97th Bn / RCR / PPCLI / 38th Bn; Sept. 2, 1918 (enlisted in Yarmouth) Perry, Wilfred 120 Bn; November 6, 1917 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Thimot, Odelpha 14th Bn; Sept. 27, 1918 (enlisted in Yarmouth) Scarth, James Arnold Percival 5th Cdn Mounted Rifles; June 2, 1916 (Brother of H. A. C. Scarth of Yarmouth, NS.) Sholds, Clarence Melvin RCR / 26th Reserve Bn / 112th Bn; Nov. 11, 1918 (enlisted in Yarmouth) Steele, Elezer 40th Bn / 25th Bn; April 27, 1916 (enlisted in Yarmouth) Wheaton, Jack Merritt Killed in Action Vimy Ridge assault; April 9, 1917 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Williams, Charles Henry 140th Bn / PPCLI; October 1, 1918 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Withycombe, Keith Dalston Royal Field Artillery “D” Battery 51st Brigade; October 22, 1918 (born in Yarmouth, NS) Wright, John Joseph Killed in Action, March 22, 1918 (born in Yarmouth, NS)