War Diary

The Casualties

The following members of the Regiment were killed on the 20th November and lie either in one of two cemeteries or are commemorated on the Vimy Memorial to the Missing.

FLESQUIERES HILL BRITISH CEMETERY

Captain D M C Campbell
Grave: VI B 16

Flesquières Hill Cemetery Flesquières Hill Cemetery

MARCOING BRITISH CEMETERY

Private R J Conklin 657
Special Memorial 7

Private Cecil Harold Conrad 115059
Aged: 22
Son of B F and Isabella Conrad. Native of Ontario
Grave: I E 10

Lance Corporal O A Dunning MM 114768
Aged: 24
Special Memorial 9

Lance Corporal J E Henderson 116075
Special Memorial 13

Private Arthur Vigo Jensen 552449, B Squadron
Aged: 21
Son of James A and Mary Jensen, of Aetna, Alberta
Grave: II C 1

Private C A McArthur 177084
Grave: II C 34

Private Kenneth Ferguson MacDonald MM 552768, B Squadron
Aged: 22
Son of Kenneth and Sarah MacDonald, of Aldersyde, Alberta, Canada
Special Memorial 18

Shoeing Smith Corporal Albert James Webb 109664
Aged: 27
Son of James and Florence Webb, of 8 Earl St, Stafford
Grave: I E 7

Marcoing British Cemetery Marcoing British Cemetery

VIMY MEMORIAL

Trooper Norris Farrar 553017
Aged: 27
Son of Alfred and Caroline Farrar, of Newton-on-Derwent, Elvington, Yorks, England

Trooper John Gould 111202
Aged: 20
Son of Mr and Mrs William Gould, of Steam Mill Village, Kings Co. Nova Scotia

Private John Alexander Merrian 476338
Aged: 21
Son of Allen Johnston Merrian, of Winnipeg, Manitoba

Private George Stanley Norris 118089
Aged: 29
Son of George Norris, of 5 Palk Row, Tredegar, Monmouth England, and the late Mary Jane Norris

Private Harold John Peters 476343
Aged: 19
Son of Frederick Peters, formerly of Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lance Corporal James David Thomas 114883
Aged: 26
Son of John Thomas, of Chatham, Ontario, and the late Elizabeth Thomas

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