Captain Arthur W. Kilgour, MBE
SAC 1900-1911

Captain Arthur Wilson Kilgour was the husband of Edna Francis Multon and youngest son of Mr and Mrs Robert Kilgour, of Toronto, Canada. He attended St. Andrew's College, Ontario from 1900 to 1911.

Kilgour was serving with the Royal Flying Corps when he was killed in action on Friday July 27th, 1917. 

He is buried in the Brookwood Cemetery, Surrey, United Kingdom. (Grave Reference/Panel Number: E. 179591.)


  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission Page for Arthur Kilgour.
  • Commemorated on Page 578 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.
Member of the Order of the British Empire
Member of the Order of the British Empire
"Capt. Kilgour has been employed as assistant to the ADOS of Army Tps Area, and as vehicle provision officer on the staff of DDOS First Canadian Army.

He has ably assisted ADOS Army Tps Area in administering the most difficult fmn in the Army, from an Ord services point of view, and in spite of the most formidable tpt and sup difficulties, the fmn was well maintained with Ord stores, due largely to Capt. Kilgour's untiring efforts, initiative, and devotion to duty.

As vehicle provision officer in the DDOS Brach of HQ First Canadian Army, complete and accurate information as to vehicle deficiencies and the sup position has been available to the staff at all times. His sound judgment, careful planning and for-thought have enabled the holdings of the Army Vehicle Park to be capable of meeting any operational demand made on them.

The excellent way in which Capt. Kilgour has performed his duties with exceptional efficiency, has largely been the reason for the lack of any serious vehicle provision problem in the Army during ops."

Awarded as per Canada Gazette dated 30 July 1945.