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Remember Them At The Rooms

On July 1st, 1916, the Newfoundland Regiment stepped into battle at Beaumont-Hamel. Hundreds were killed or gravely injured, and Newfoundland and Labrador was forever changed. 

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of Beaumont-Hamel, The Rooms has been given responsibility for creating a significant and lasting tribute to their courage and sacrifice.

Watch a video of General Rick Hillier.

The Rooms commemorative plans are extensive. They include a new, permanent Royal Newfoundland Regiment Gallery that will showcase the lives, stories and ongoing impact of the First World War. Outside, the Fortis Courtyard and Amphitheatre will enhance the site on which The Rooms is built—a site steeped in military history.

This was made possible by our Centennial Leader–Individual, Elinor Gill Ratcliffe, Centennial Leader–Corporate, Fortis Inc., along with other major donors. 

The Rooms had set a goal of $15 million dollars. We have now raised $10 million and are grateful to our donors for their tremendous support.

Now it’s your turn. There is no greater way to commemorate this important centennial than to ensure nothing is forgotten.

By supporting our The Remember Them at The Rooms Campaign, you can be a crucial part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to commemorate those who served overseas and at home —and to preserve their legacy long into the future.

Your donation will help The Rooms complete and sustain its Royal Newfoundland Regiment Gallery (opening July 1, 2016) and related projects for years to come.

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Commemorative Forget-Me-Not

Following the First World War, the Veterans’ Association asked the people of Newfoundland and Labrador to adopt the delicate but hardy forget-me-not as an enduring symbol of the sacrifice made by those who served. 

Your donation to the Remember Them at The Rooms Campaign helps to preserve the memory of those who served in the First World War by enabling The Rooms to complete and sustain its exhibition and related projects for years to come. 

Donate $100 or more to our fundraising campaign and receive a pewter Forget-Me-Not commemorative keepsake. The tabletop commemorative Forget-Me-not measures approximately 6.1" long, 3.75" wide and 1.25" high.

Plus, for every donation of $100 or more, The Rooms will give $10 to assist today’s military families in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Charitable tax donation receipts will be issued for all donations. For donors who receive the pewter Forget-Me-Not, tax receipts will be for the amount donated less $25.

With proof of purchase, residents of the St. John’s Metro Area can pick up their commemorative Forget-me-Not at The Rooms. Please consult Visit Us for Hours of Operation

 

Recognize an Individual/Family

All donors to this campaign can recognize an individual or family that supported the war effort by including the name “In Memory of”. Names will appear on our website.

 

St. John's IceCaps

On January 14th, 2016 the IceCaps unveiled a Royal Newfoundland Regiment Jersey to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme at Beaumont-Hamel at The Rooms. 

The logo on the tribute jersey features a black silhouette of a First World War Royal Newfoundland Regimental solider encircled by the words: Royal Newfoundland Regiment 1916-2016. A new alternate IceCaps logo patch adorns one shoulder and a Newfoundland and Labrador flag patch adorns the other. The entire IceCaps team was on hand to model the new jerseys.

www.stjohnsicecaps.com

 

Campaign Leadership

In 2013, The Rooms launched its fundraising campaign to create a fitting tribute to the men and women from Newfoundland and Labrador who served during the First World War. Thanks to the generous support of our Centennial Leader – Individual, Elinor Gill Ratcliffe, and our Centennial Leader – Corporate, Fortis, Inc., along with other major donors, our goal is in sight. 

Campaign Co-Chairs
General Rick Hillier,  O.C., C.M.M., O.N.L., M.S.C., C.D.
Tom Foran, Chair, The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador

Campaign Executive Staff
Dean Brinton, CEO, The Rooms Corporation 
Vanessa McBay, Director, Marketing and Development, The Rooms Corporation

Letter from Campaign Co-Chair General Rick Hillier

During the more than 35 years I spent in the Canadian Forces, proudly wearing our nation’s uniform, I had the privilege to command Canada’s finest sons and daughters all over the world – in Canada, Europe, Southwest Asia and across the U.S. As a lifelong soldier, it should come as no surprise that I fully support the efforts of The Rooms to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Beaumont-Hamel and the First World War. 

I support this initiative not just as a soldier; I support these efforts to commemorate, to remember, to educate, to appreciate our forefathers’ service and sacrifices, because I am a very proud son of Newfoundland and Labrador and my support comes from my heart. 

Where once our forefathers stood we do indeed now stand. It is our duty to honour them and to ensure that this important moment in history is not lost to future generations. 

We are calling upon you to help us in that endeavour.

Letter from Campaign Co-Chair Tom Foran


As the central hub of the cultural community of Newfoundland and Labrador, The Rooms has been charged with preserving, presenting and enhancing our historic artifacts and heritage. Over the past ten years, through substantial support of private donors, The Rooms has been able to develop exhibits that are judged among the finest in the country. 

As we approach the 100th anniversary of Beaumont Hamel, The Rooms will pay homage to our brave forefathers through a permanent exhibit, developed with the Where Once We Stood We Stand Capital Campaign. This exhibit will tell our story from the First World War to Confederation. 

We will educate our children with stories from this era, highlighting a multi-year outreach program. Individuals will be able to walk the path of our ancestors through a new parkscape erected on the footprint of the historic Fort Townshend. 

As generations before us have told the stories and sacrifices of the First World War, it is my honour to be Co-Chair of this campaign which will continue the legacy. The historic events leading up to the battle of the Somme and the incredibly brave efforts of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment on July 1, 1916, have infused pride as we remember our history. It creates the confidence with which we approach the future, knowing that the character of Newfoundland and Labrador has been tested and never found wanting.

Enlist you Newfoundlanders and come follow me – it is your time to answer the call. 

 

In Memory of

  • Evelyn Skinner
  • Corp John J Aspell, Regimental # 1126
  • Andrew Nolan
  • Saul Cooze - Merchant Navy
  • James White
  • Private Richard J. Maddigan
  • Henry Saunders Grandfather
  • Jim Beale
  • my father, Thomas Aird who served in WWII
  • Henry Lewis Snook
  • Maxwell Rees
  • John Henry Thomas
  • Vincent & Victor Carew
  • James H. Carter
  • Edwin Rendell
  • Jesse Cheater
  • George Piercey
  • Capt. Victor Fiander, Coomb's CNO, FB, NL - Merchant Marine
  • George Lewis Upshall
  • Randolph A. LEDREW
  • Daniel Vincent Byrd
  • Lloyd and Ada Powell
  • 150 RCAF (North Atlantic) Wing
  • Marcus Randell
  • Harry Dominy
  • Aaron King
  • William John King
  • David Victor Drodge
  • George Winslow
  • Residents of Alderwood Estates
  • Isaiah (Gerry) McConnell
  • John Shiwak
  • Betty & Leo Anthony
  • William Frank Crocker
  • Reginald Whiteway WWII
  • A. George Whiteway WWI
  • Chester Brown WWII
  • Frederick William Russell
  • Margaret Miriam Russell
  • A. J. Stacey
  • Marjorie Hawboldt (nee Power)
  • Richard Taylor
  • Eugene Fred Taylor
  • George Hayward Taylor
  • Edwin N. White - 59th Royal Heavy Artillery Regiment WWII
  • The Squires & Sharpe Family
  • William George Rodgers
  • Bernard Shaw
  • Matthew Hearn
  • John Hearn
  • Donald Hogan
  • Jack Hussey
  • Mary Elizabeth Curtis
  • Henry (Harry) G.R. Mews
  • Maynard Clouter
  • Pvt Walter Day
  • Pvt. James Day
  • Edgar Caines
  • Herbert Gill
  • Agnes Pittman
  • Bob & Mary Cove
  • William G. Ivany
  • Joe Maher
  • Joe Houlihan
  • Mabel Ena Noseworthy
  • Ambrose Doucette
  • Frank Walsh, RNC
  • Edward West, Aspen Cove - Died in Battle Somme
  • John Matthew Skinner
  • Rupert Jackson, MBE
  • Albert Williams
  • John J. Dunphy #2459
  • Edmond L Dunphy 2967
  • Our 4 Blue Putties - Michael Vail, David Fowler, James Fowler and Aiden Hogan
  • Sheilagh McGrath
  • Leighton Bugden
  • Tony Murray
  • Laura Murray
  • Maudie & Patrick Barron
  • Edith & Henry Murray
  • Heber Noseworthy
  • Walter Poirier
  • Ward Vatcher
  • Robert Vatcher
  • Charles Read
  • Kenneth Rogers
  • Saul Keefe
  • Fanny Best
  • Lt. Philip LeMessurier
  • Dominic Curran
  • Mark Brown Hicks #940
  • Ronald Dunn #1088
  • John Hayden (Calvert)
  • Lance Corporal John William Devereaux (Ferryland)
  • Andrew Forbes
  • Wesley & Janet Downer
  • Cyril French
  • Samuel Charles Brake
  • All The Soldiers
  • Thomas A. P. Best
  • Fran Lundrigan
  • All the Men
  • Chesley Gough
  • Arsene Gagnon
  • Ronald Robert Sullivan
  • Forgotten Soldier
  • Nap Dupuis
  • Art Taylor
  • Frank Payne - RNR # 5801 - Rose Blanche NL
  • George Baker & Esau Baker
  • Bride Smith Herman
  • Thomas hodge
  • George Hall Howse
  • Robert Thorne
  • George Charles Gillam
  • Oscar Vaughan, Frank Vaughan (First 500), Joseph Vaughan and Herbert Vaughan
  • Isaac John Snelgrove
  • Cecil Augustus Young
  • Austin James Young
  • Arthur James Young #823
  • Daniel Normore,Rheuban Vardy,Frederick Butler
  • Alexander White
  • Harvey Pryor
  • all who died and all those left behind
  • Stephen Fallon
  • Lewis Head
  • Robert Price
  • James Frederick Allen
  • Stewart Small Ferguson and John Roy Ferguson
  • All the soldiers who lost their lives! Thank you!
  • Cyril J. Flannigan
  • Albert O'Driscoll, Regimental Number 551
  • Clarence & Helen Smith
  • Frank Day
  • William Parrott Sr.
  • The Higdon Family
  • Augustine J. Dicks
  • Rafe Bavis
  • William Day
  • J. Roy Ferguson and Stewart S. Ferguson
  • Chesley Dawe
  • Danny Churchill
  • Ronald Gill
  • Michael J. Allan
  • Thomas Oliver
  • Richard Graham
  • John Lukins
  • Henry Rex Cook
  • Frederick W Poole
  • Joseph Steven BOUZANE
  • Thomas Anthony Horan
  • Roy Archibald Smith (RNR #379) and Allan J Smith (RNR #2269)
  • George & Amy Cramm
  • Edgar Moyles
  • John Hull
  • Madonna Theresa Fleming
  • William Francis Dalton
  • James Joseph Pender
  • George Langmead & Gordon Thomas
  • Pte. George Thorne Rgt # 5291
  • Charles Fry
  • Francis Woodford
  • Richard Fry
  • George Clarke
  • Josiah L. Mugford
  • Alma Mugford
  • Mary Florence Mugford
  • Robert James Mercer, WWII, British Navy
  • Albert Froude
  • Pte. John Anderson
  • Pte. George Richard Pardy
  • Reginald Clyde Hunt
  • Hubert Otto Adams
  • The Gushue & Rogers family
  • Aiden Hogan
  • Thomas Morrissey
  • Joseph John Benson
  • Hugh Rush
  • Tony Murphy
  • Uncles Abe & Ed Burton
  • Leighton Bugden - Regimental Number 1544
  • Michael Francis Kelly, who died at Beaumont Hamel
  • Service Men & Women who have given their lives in the line of duty
  • Daniel Vincent Byrd (my Grandfather)
  • Sgt. Bertram Brown
  • Cpl. Maxwell W. Rees, NFLD Regiment
  • Henry Gordon Thistle
  • Joseph Clarence Thistle
  • Clarence R. Dalton
  • Eloil Baker
  • Tom Melee
  • John A. G. (Jack) Saunders
  • John Brocklehurst
  • Stanley Brocklehurst
  • George Brocklehurst
  • Edward Brocklehurst
  • George William Harris
  • Campbell Withycombe Nichols
  • Wayne Gordon Holley
  • Neil Connolly
  • P. Terry Carter
  • Geddes Fudge
  • Sam Fudge
  • John Leo (Jack) Prowse
  • William Prowse
  • John Joseph (Jack) Reardigan
  • Matthew Sullivan (Captain)
  • Ernest Fletcher Downey
  • Clar Hickman (Grand Bank)
  • Joseph Coady
  • Alphonsus Bonia
  • Those Who Saved Our Freedom.
  • Larry Field (R # 153)
  • Thomas & Michael Roche
  • John Dunne
  • Mac Blackmore
  • E. P. (Ted) Henley
  • Stephen Chidley
  • John Peter Frecker, French Army WWI
  • Dorman Rideout
  • Alison C. D. West
  • Richard Kennedy
  • Peter Muise (Sr.)
  • Walter Muise
  • Moses Muise
  • Forgotten Soldier
  • Lt. Thomas Joseph Dunphy #1438
  • Frederick Russell and Leslie Spracklin
  • Raymond w. Parrott
  • John DuBourdieu
  • Unknown Soldier
  • Wallace Green (WWII) K.I.A.
  • Corporal John Hoffe (WWI)
  • Thomas Taverner
  • Wilson Pardy (WWII Veteran)
  • William Campbell
  • William Mitchel
  • Deceased Members Dean Patrick Cleary Council # 6672, Knights of Columbus
  • Percy Perry
  • William F. Wheeler
  • Pte. Richard Tilley #21 RNR
  • Eugene Cornect
  • Maxwell Distin Shears ( Royal NL Regiment) WWI Gallipoli #817 Company C
  • George Fiander
  • Kenneth Reid
  • John J. Reardigan # 72
  • Samuel B. Cole # 465
  • Allan S. Young
  • All Newfoundland Veterans
  • All soldiers who served in the war.
  • Mick Melnick
  • Charles Bennett Davis
  • Cpl. John Bone Williams
  • Chesley A. Pippy
  • Graham W. Mercer
  • Members of Perry/Robertson Family
  • Stephen John Hopkins and Henry George Hopkins
  • Campbell Withycombe Nichols
  • Patrick Joseph Walsh Regimental Number 286
  • All those who fought for our freedom
  • E R Pitcher
  • Susan Burns
  • P. Terrington (Terry) Carter
  • Edward Morris
  • Charles (Chas) Oakley Butler, WW1 Blue Puttee & my grandfather.
  • M C M Janes
  • All Soldiers
  • Michael Vail
  • John Adam Craig
  • All who fought
  • Rosemary Walsh-Desarmia
  • George William Harris
  • Alfred Bonner
  • Rosanne Dinn Boisvert
  • Garrett Power
  • Charles Henry Rowe, Regiment # 2627
  • Albert Hemmens
  • Eric Dwyer
  • Thomas Ricketts
  • Mr. Fredrick Ivany
  • All those who we lost.
  • Nathan Barrett/William and Alexander Gilbert
  • Robert E Woodman
  • Clifford M. Ralph
  • Pte. Ebenezer Peyton RNR #5725
  • Justin O'Brien, Nfld Regiment (Died 1918)
  • William Thomas Simmonds
  • Pte. Daniel Normore
  • William Morgan # 865
  • Walter and Dorthey Gaulton
  • Clifford Fillier
  • John Peddle
  • Joseph Alcock
  • Ernest Alcock
  • Josiah Penney
  • Harold Skinner
  • NR Martin & Mary Murphy
  • Paul U. Lilly, WWI Veteran, served & survived at Beaumont Hamel - July 1, 2016
  • Able Seaman Michael Joseph Lahey WWII - first draft
  • Captain Edward Lahey WWI - First 500
  • Alfred Wells # 416
  • Calvin Smith
  • Austin J. Wagg Reg # 1957
  • Edward Henry Nicholle
  • Albert O'Driscoll
  • Sidney Philip Woodland
  • Edward Butt
  • Ralph Norman Balsom
  • Sydney Clouter
  • Veterans from the Southwest Arm, Trinity BAy
  • Delilah Hounsell Vincent
  • George Madore (Private in WW1)
  • William T Pittman
  • Newfoundlanders
  • Wilfred Montgomery Windsor
  • Mike and Marion Kelly
  • Edmond Mitchell Sr
  • Anthony and Mary Duggan
  • Nutting Stuart Fraser
  • John Francis McCarthy #1401
  • Clifton & Joan Power
  • James (Jim) Butler
  • Ernest Butcher
  • Peter, Daniel, and Henry Ryan
  • Gordon Caines - RAF
  • The Fighting Newfoundlander
  • The Unknown Soldier
  • John Will Devereaux
  • Samuel Miller
  • Fred Kendall
  • Llewellyn Cranford
  • George Sparkes # 253
  • All the Newfoundlanders who died at Beaumont Hamel.
  • Edward Walsh
  • Bill Crosbie
  • Gert Crosbie
  • Persons in the Vardy & Crotty Families
  • Mary & Walter Skinner
  • John Wellman - Navy
  • Austin Ledrew
  • Garfield Simmonds
  • Deceased members of the Cameron/Mulrooney families.
  • All Soldiers
  • Private John Pretty # 2279
  • Fred Renouf
  • Pte. Ronald Crummell # 1352
  • The Regiment!
  • Robery Gill Brown
  • William Wilson Brown
  • Jason Croft
  • Pte. Robert Upwards, Royal Newfoundland Regiment, WW1 1886-1953, Harry's Harbour, NL
  • Robert Young
  • Edward Alphonse Ayre
  • Michael Jones
  • Raymond Cashin
  • Captain George Hicks
  • All the men and women that lost their lives serving us.
  • 2nd Lieut. Samuel Manuel
  • Edward and Cyril Gardner
  • Lola (Burgess) Efford
  • Nicholas Hunt
  • 2nd Lieutenant Augustus Alcock
  • Benjamin Bowers
  • William T. Smith 3229
  • Michael Francis Sweeney
  • LLoyd and Ada Powell
  • George chalker ( no 1736)
  • Grandad Tommy and Great-Uncle George
  • Stephen Norris
  • Celeste and Alfred Wilkins
  • Christine Barnes
  • Mark Andrews
  • Allan Lunnen
  • George Macfarlane Gulliver, 1st NFLD Regiment
  • Capt. Rupert W. Bartlett
  • Leo O'Dea
  • Lawrence Gillingham
  • Abraham Warren
  • Alexander McNiven
  • Ernest William Harding
  • Patrick Ryan of Marysvale
  • Rupert Morris, Edward Morris, William Le Shana
  • Charles J. Power
  • Howard Leopold Morry
  • George Baker (Great Great Uncle)
  • Esau Baker (Great Grand Father)
  • All the Brave Soldiers
  • William Smith
  • Lloyd and Ada Powell
  • Nicholas Hunt WW1 Veteran
  • Kevin J Byrne
  • Chesley Quick
  • all the Newfoundlanders lost in this war
  • Leaburn Adey
  • Gordon and Pierce Pitcher WW ll
  • Phoebe & Cecil Quinton
  • Sgt. Albert Duffett
  • Neville Bugden
  • Cephas Rowe
  • Those who served from Petty Harbour and the Goulds
  • Robert Mercer
  • Major General Harold J. Greene, United States Army
  • My wife, Betty Parrott
  • Captain H. George Hicks, MC & BAR
  • Margaret & Jerimiah Bennett
  • Grant & Audrey Hiscock
  • Michael & Xavier Power
  • Jasper B. Norman
  • Albert Myers
  • Cyril Bugden
  • William Andrew Joy
  • "An Unknown Soldier" with gratitude
  • The sons and daughters of our island who answered the call, and the horses & dogs who served them.
  • Ayre Family Service Men
  • Robert Hunt & Uncle W. J. Adams
  • Those who Sacrificed
  • John Penney
  • Clarence and Vera (Jones) Lannon
  • Lloyd Walters
  • Thomas Connors (Reg. No. 170, R.N.R)
  • Joy Hendley and Denis Hicks
  • Dr. Martin W. Hogan
  • Betty Greeley
  • Lew Hawkins
  • William P. Hynes
  • Richard A. Shortall
  • O'Keefe Family
  • William John Francis Oakley
  • Uriah, Horatio & James Baldwin
  • Lance Corporal Frederick Ernest Snow
  • Charles Augustus Pearcey
  • Matthew and Alexander Myler
  • Walter Sweetapple
  • Francis Grouchy
  • The Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Casey Meyers P.O.W. Service # 2601
  • John (Jack) Squires # 367
  • #336 John Francis Nicol
  • Charles Allan Cleary No 679
  • Benedict Sparrow
  • Gerald Murphy
  • Max Duffett
  • Dierney Sinnott
  • Malone Family
  • Gerald B. Malone
  • Those Who Served
  • Randolph A. LeDrew
  • Patrick Holden
  • William Eaton
  • Sgt Charlie Parsons, MM & BAR, Royal Nfld Regiment # 783
  • AJ Stacey
  • Thomas and Mary Stamp
  • Robert and Agnes Feehan
  • Aiden J. Hogan # 237
  • Harry Starkes
  • George Foster
  • Patrick Lenehan
  • William John Hillier
  • Eli Abbott
  • E. Sandy Benson (Father)
  • Frederick Coish
  • Forgotten Soldier
  • Edward Patrick Casey
  • Al Harvey
  • Wilfred Hynes (WWII)
  • Arthur Miller (WWI)
  • Eric R. A. Chafe (Great Uncle) - survived 1st 500
  • Edward A Morris (Great Uncle Maternal) - Battle of Cambrai
  • Rupert Morris(Grandfather) Survived
  • William Le Shana (Great Uncle maternal) - died Beaumont Hamel
  • Thomas George
  • Andrew Allen George
  • Llewellyn C. Crane, Regiment World War II
  • Arthur Whelan
  • Loretta Dohey
  • Kevin Flynn
  • William Rainey
  • Luke Price
  • Nathanial Crane
  • William Cyril Quilty
  • Thomas Joseph Reddy
  • All who gave their service
  • Willis Brown - Joe Batt's Arm
  • Oliver Batt - Salt Harbour
  • My Husband: Bernard F. Sooley WWII
  • My Father: John H. Thorne WWI
  • Harold Coates, Royal Naval Reserve, April 4, 1917
  • George Coates, Royal Naval Reserve, January 13, 1915
  • Josiah Penney, Royal Newfoundland Regiment, July 1, 1916
  • Vince and Victor Carew
  • Isaiah McConnell # 396
  • Oliver Goodland
  • The Forgotten Soldier
  • John A Corbett
  • William Lidstone
  • William Noseworthy & George Chancey
  • Uncle - Cecil Clarke, originally of Norris Point NL - Merchant Marine WWII
  • Uncle - Herbert M. Williams, Pouch Cove NL - RAF
  • George England
  • Ellen Oliver & Margaret Dalton
  • Alphaeus Russell
  • Alexander Gorden Etheridge
  • Neil Charles McLeod
  • Ernest Frederick McLeod
  • Norman Alexander McLeod
  • Lewis Head
  • Abraham John Verge
  • Grandfathers Oliver and Cass
  • Kenneth Carter - British Merchant Marine WWI
  • Robert Moore & Family
  • Lewis Norman Mercer
  • Lt. Leo Francis Hickey
  • Tommy Ricketts
  • Stuart McQuaig
  • Sgt. Leo J. Fitzpatrick, MM DCM
  • George Joseph Sparkes
  • Ralph Shears
  • The unknown soldiers of WWI
  • John Head
  • George Wisemen
  • Nicholas Avery
  • E. LeRoy Janes, 59th. NF Heavy Regiment, RA
  • Hugh Joseph McDonald
  • Alexander Blake
  • Sergeant Edward Langdon Oke
  • Clyde Taylor
  • Josiah Robert Goodyear
  • Harold Kenneth Goodyear
  • Richard John Sheppard, #282
  • Garrett Power
  • Ignatious Roberts (Bruce)
  • Stewart Small Ferguson
  • Harry Young
  • Issac Henry Eddy #4880 Royal newfoundland Regiment
  • John Joseph Dooley
  • William Thomas Simmonds
  • All those that served
  • Jack Walsh, Father-Nfld. Forester
  • John E. Bishop
  • Blue Puttee, Pte. William Thomas Gellately - Enlisted Sep 1914, Discharged Feb 1919
  • Rexford Stansfield LeDrew
  • William Knight & Norman Coultas
  • Ralph Tulk
  • Albert Crawley
  • Silas Hillier & Baxter Peckham
  • Sam Wallace
  • William & George Nolan
  • Fred & Charles Conway
  • John Joseph Carter
  • Patrick Noftall
  • William Joseph Collins
  • Pte. Adolphus Heath
  • Roland Hiscock, 860X
  • Douglas Pelley & Albert Thomas
  • Al Sesk
  • Alonzo & Dorothy Barry
  • Walter Ruth, RNR Serial Number 1254
  • Gerald Whelan
  • Thomas Gowans
  • Albert John Hookey
  • The Matthew Maddigan (Witless Bay) and William Ennis (Merasheen) Families
  • David J. Duke
  • Private John Clarke
  • James J. Quan: Royal Newfoundland Regiment (WWI) & Gerald B Malone: 166 Newfoundland Field Regiment (WWII)
  • Hugh MacLean Rowlings
  • F. Pierre Coxworthy
  • John (Jack) Kavanagh
  • W.R. Haynes
  • Clement Penney Perer F. Neary
  • George L. Fischer
  • Those who sacrificed their lives.
  • Unknown Soldier
  • Private Ernest Leslie Chafe, #709 Nfld Regiment. Died at Beaumont Hamel.
  • Gerald B. Malone, WWII (my Father), James Quan, WWI (my Grandfather)
  • Albert Roche "Al"
  • Chesley William Carter
  • Major F.W. Marshall
  • Archibald Gooby, M.M. No. 154, Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Albert Morgan
  • Henry Charles Rowe, Royal Newfoundland Regiment, WWI Service #2627
  • Capt. Jack Whelan
  • william winters
  • Thomas Scott
  • Henry Conway
  • Victor William Miles
  • Cpl Charles J. Renouf Nfld R. # 147
  • All who have fallen
  • Aaron Clifford Dingwell
  • Robert Joseph Alexander
  • Hugh and Wes Evans
  • Patrick Noftall
  • John & Elizabeth Munn
  • William Browne
  • Private Garland Warford # 964 Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Stephen Patrick Brocklehurst
  • George Langmead & H. Gordon Thomas
  • Frederick White
  • Hugh Walter McWhirter
  • Charles Luter
  • Arthur Strong
  • Frederick Ernest Snow (Nfld. Regiment # 685)
  • Chesley Dawe
  • Edward Farrell
  • Derrick Manning
  • Charles Henry Rumley
  • All Who Are Lost To Fight For Our Freedom
  • Esau Baker
  • Francis Joseph Galgay
  • All who fell
  • Jesse Norman
  • Percy Shave
  • Gordon Thomas & George Langmead
  • Gerald O'Donell
  • Roland Pennell
  • Reginald Chaytor Meadus
  • Alonzo & Dorthy Barry
  • Wally MacDonald
  • James Murphy, Joseph Pearcey, Thomas Donnelly
  • Robert Simmonds, Herbert Simmonds, George Hamilton
  • Weston Kenneth Williams, # 3312
  • Wilfred Thomas Allen, # 263
  • Aaron Clifford Dingwell
  • William Blackler Knight
  • Pte. William Prowse and brother Pte. John Prowse
  • George Bathgate
  • John McMaster
  • 1st World War Vets
  • Richard Kennedy
  • Michael J Nolan CJX 18937
  • Edward White (Twillingate)
  • George Phillips & Stephen Norris
  • Roy Noel & James L. Fitzpatrick
  • Lance Corporal Charles Renouf, No 147
  • James Vardy
  • Thomas Pittman
  • Robert Brown Thomas Silk George Goudie
  • Pvt. John Breen
  • Gilbert Walters
  • Sidney Randell (FOGO) Grandfather Royal Naval Reserve #1084 1914-1919
  • Stanley Goodyear
  • H.K. Goodyear (Ken)
  • Capt. Michael Maddagen
  • Wm Roy Saunders - Great Uncle
  • Mr. Charles O'Keefe
  • William Frederick Adams # 879
  • Everton Strangemore
  • Leslie Martin
  • Robert Alexander
  • #241 Pte Bixby, Samson
  • Sgt. Lewis Head
  • Ernest Leslie Chafe
  • Thomas King
  • Ralph Tulk
  • Alfred Bonner
  • John T Curley
  • George Darby
  • Daniel Vincent Byrd
  • Vincent Fulford
  • Gordon Crocker
  • The Soldiers of Avondale , C. B.
  • Laurence Lee
  • Pte. Levi John Snow, Reg. No. 2879
  • Herbert Belbin Bowering
  • Private Robert Hayley (489)
  • Cyril F Richards
  • Walter Hodder
  • Henry William Hamilton
  • Everyone involved
  • Francis LeMessurier & Stephen Norris ( both RNR)
  • John Shiwak
  • Charles Perrin - Royal Navy
  • Craig L. Dobbin
  • Dr. Samuel Edwards Holmes
  • Captain Bert Dicks No. 33
  • J. House
  • George Graham Crosbie
  • L/C John J. Dunphy #1480
  • Bernard George Shaw - Royal Nfld Regiment 1st WW
  • Herbert Taylor
  • Albert Hallett - Flat Island Bonavista Bay
  • Bill, Michael & Albert
  • Ross Young
  • Theodore Ernest Giannou
  • Sgt. Levi Hollett
  • James Delaney
  • James Kelly Reg # 1011
  • John & Lera Dunne
  • William Eaton
  • Richard (Dick) Nugent
  • The entire regiment
  • John Gosse
  • Frank C. Gosse
  • George Sparkes..WWI
  • John T. Slaney
  • Norman Reynolds
  • JJ Tobin
  • Arthur, Ralph, Hubert and Elsie Hubert
  • John C Curley
  • John C Curley
  • Walter and Lily Violet Jewer
  • David J. Power
  • Frederick White, Regiment # 1481
  • J.J. Howard
  • William Harding, Reg. # 995, Renews,NL
  • William Furlong
  • All members of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Victor and Vincent Carew and James Carter
  • Parents
  • Captain C.B. Dicks
  • William J. Walsh
  • Wilfred Hutchings
  • James Thomas Mahon
  • Walter Murphy
  • The Newfoundland Regiment
  • Jessie Norman
  • Edward John Brown
  • Private John Breen, Reg #67
  • Cecil Ronald Meadus, Royal Navy Veteran
  • Thomas Tucker
  • Israel Ralph
  • Lloyd Sacrey
  • Chesley Tucker
  • John Vokey
  • the soldiers of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.
  • William Bourne
  • The mothers who waited for their sons return
  • William Dohaney
  • All the brave soldiers who fought for us! Thank you for your sacrifice!
  • All men and women who sacrificed their lives for peace and freedom
  • 2nd Lieutenant Steve Norris killed in action 16 Oct 1916 near Gueudecourt
  • Private Donald Ryder #3689
  • Stanley, Hedley, & Oswald Goodyear
  • Roy & Phillip Saunders
  • My great grandfather, Joseph Francis Boyd
  • Pte. George A. Madore (Wood's Island) 1894-1917
  • Marjorie Madeline Bastow
  • Ernest Payne Woodman
  • Marylou Peters
  • Josiah Squibb
  • Private Daniel Connors
  • Remember Them
  • David Power - Regimental Number 310 (Blue Puttee)
  • Sgt Charles Parsons, MM and Bar and Pte. George Attwood
  • Timothy Francis Coady
  • Private Garland Warford #964 Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Pierre Williams