Ogden D. Cochrane
Lieutenant Ogden Dunlap Cochrane was born in Mattawa, Ontario on February 15, 1890, son of the late Hon. Frank Cochrane (a Member of Parliament and Minister of Railways & Canals. He attended St. Andrew's College from 1902 to 1908, followed by University College, University of Toronto from 1908 to 1914 where he earned his BA and was a member of both the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity and XIII Club. He also served as a Lieutenant in the 10th Regiment.
Early in 1916 he was appointed to the 123rd Battalion on its formation. Later he became Aide-de-Camp to the General Officer Commanding Toronto Military District. In June 1917 he went overseas as a Cadet in the Royal Horse Artillery. While training on Salisbury Plain he received severe injuries in an accident, to which some months later on January 23rd, 1919, he succumbed.
He is buried in Toronto.