The fallen of WW's from Williams Lake

Williams Lake Roll of Remembrance

Lest we Forget


Fallen of World War I (1914-1918)

R. Baker
W. Baker
P. Brennan
D. J. Callanan
D. Cook
E. Cameron
B. Coppins
J. D. Craig
R. Davis
J. R. Davidson
G. Delaney
A. Duckworth
A. Dunn
J. H. Ellis
E. English (Registration Form, front, back)
P. Farley
C. Fryer
A. Gibson
J. Graham
J. Guy
J. F. Hagen
P. Henerty
A. Hunter
William Isnardy  (Registration Form, front, back)
A. H. Jones
D. Kitchen
F. C. Knox
J. McLeese (Memorial)
E. Middleton
J. Muir
J. Murphy
M. Murphy
N. F. Murray (Memorial)
A. J. Pickup
P. Profit
W. Reader
J. W. Richards
R. Ritchie
T. Ross
B. D. Saucer
E. P. Smith
E. P. Snider
F. L. Tanfields
Wilf Weetman  (Memorial)
R. Wylie
 


Veterans of World War I

Alfred Isnardy (Registration) 

Frederick William Pinchbeck  Served in World War II.

Percy Pinchbeck  (27 March 1905 - 9 May 1980)  Percy would serve in World War II from 1943-1948.  He was in the Engineers Core as a bridgeman in France and Italy.

Donald Ramsden Joined artillery as trumpeter at the age of 13, Mother, 2 brothers and stepfather were also enlisted in WWII.  Served as dispatch rider/gunner.  Returning from active duty, worked as an electrician at Puntzi Mt. Radar Station, then went on to construction as a millwright with various jobs including Jacobson Bros. sawmill.

Ted Weetman  (5 May 1981 -28 Apr 1976)  Joined the Rocky Mountain Rangers and was dispatched to the 1st Canadian Scottish Regiment along with his brother Wilf.  Returned to Williams Lake after the war to continue ranching, raised his family at Brunson Lake.

 


Fallen of World War II (1939-1945)

O. Bates
Bizec
C. Bourgeois
R. Davidson
J. Davis
Donald Durrel (Memorial)
A. Johnny
Raymond Vergil Goetjen (Memorial)
O. Hammond
W. A. Hill
B. House
Richard William Lindemere,  (Memorial)
Robert Michael Long (Memorial)
Wilfred Jack Hutch (Memorial)
J. Miller
J. Murdock
E. Owens
M. Jobin
B. Paxton
Clifton Alexandra Snow (Memorial)
Francis Johnny Squinahan  (Memorial)
H. Taylor
D. Thompson
Y. Youngren


Veterans of World War II

Percy Pinchbeck  (27 March 1905 - 9 May 1980)  Percy would serve in World War II from 1943-1948.  He was in the Engineers Core as a bridgeman in France and Italy.

Frederick William Pinchbeck
Served in World War II.

Donald Ramsden Joined artillery as trumpeter at the age of 13, Mother, 2 brothers and stepfather were also enlisted in WWII.  Served as dispatch rider/gunner.  Returning from active duty, worked as an electrician at Puntzi Mt. Radar Station, then went on to construction as a millwright with various jobs including Jacobson Bros. sawmill.

Ted Weetman  (5 May 1981 -28 Apr 1976)  Joined the Rocky Mountain Rangers and was dispatched to the 1st Canadian Scottish Regiment along with his brother Wilf.  Returned to Williams Lake after the war to continue ranching, raised his family at Brunson Lake.

Lest we Forget


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Posted 14 December 1998