Honour Roll
Old Boys Who Died in the Service Of 
Their Country During World War II

World War One

High Flight
Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth
And danced the skies on laughter-slivered wings;
Sunward I've climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth
Of sun-split clouds - and done a hundred things
You have not dreamed of - wheeled and soared and swung
High in the sunlit silence. Hov'ring there
I've chased the shouting wind along, and flung
My eager craft through footless halls of air,
Up, up the delirious, burning blue,
I've topped the windswept heights with easy grace
Where never lark, or even eagle flew - 
And, while with silent lifting mind I've trod
The untrespassed sanctity of space,
Put out my hand and touched the face of God.

High Flight was written by 
Pilot Officer John Gillespie Magee Jr. 
of No. 412 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force, 
who was killed in a Spitfire on December 11th, 1941


World War Two 1939-1945

Lieutenant Colonel Robert White Armstrong
Died of wounds August 20,1944 in Italy - Aged 34

Lieutenant (N) J. DeLury Barber
Drowned at St. Andrew's New Brunswick, June 8, 1945 - Aged 35

Flight Sergeant William S. Barclay
Killed over Germany October 14, 1941

Flying Officer Edward Dale Brydon
Crashed near Lubeck Germany April 26, 1945

Petty Officer 1st Class William J. Bullock
United States Navy crashed Pacific October 7, 1944

Flight Lieutenant Robert Joel Cameron
Died in Saskatoon May 30, 1943 accident - Aged 38

Lieutenant James Alexander Crozier Carrick
Motor accident England July 19, 1943 - Aged 34

Lieutenant Gordon John Christie
Died September 25, 1944, Calais, France - Aged 26

Pilot Officer Harold Hastings Davison
Died in air crash Bagotville, Quebec,  March 19, 1943 - Aged 24

Captain George Clingan Denton
Died in Air Crash , Montreal, March 17, 1943 - Aged 44

Lieutenant David Munn Dickie
Killed in action, Cassino, Italy, May 15, 1944 - Aged 25

Sergeant Charles Robert Drury
Died in England October 14, 1940 in accident - Aged 34

Captain Erskine Robert Eaton
Killed in action, Dieppe, August 19, 1942 - Aged 27

Flying Officer Hugh John Findlay
Killed in action September 14, 1941 - Aged 28

Captain Philip Mohler Grandjean
Killed in action Germany, April 30, 1945 - Aged 27

Sergeant Douglas Eric James Hampson
Shot down over Germany August 15, 1941 

Captain Martin Harter
U.S. Air Force, shot down Feb. 1945 

Lieutenant Robert L. Harter
Pilot missing over Borneo, 1943

Flight Lieutenant William MacLeod Hees
Air crash B.C., November 28, 1942 - Aged 24

Sergeant James Irwin Henderson
Died Near East air battle November 12, 1941- Aged 33

Major General Charles S. L. Hertzberg
Died of smallpox in India on Monday, 10th January 1944 - Aged 58

Captain George Crossley Hungerford
Died September 17, 1944 in Italy - Aged 24

Flight Sergeant Arthur Gordon Innes
Shot down, Berlin, December 29, 1943

Warrant Officer Class II Perry King
Killed in Italy February 25, 1943 - Aged 21

Pilot Officer William David King
Camp Borden flying accident December 12, 1943 - Aged 24

Warrant Officer 1st Class Charles David MacIntosh
Died July 31, 1943 - Aged 19

Flight Lieutenant Charles Thomas Henry MacIntosh
Crash, Momnmouthshire England, February 3, 1945 - Aged 26

Flying Officer William Leslie Mackay
Died March 13, 1942

Lieutenant Colonel John F. McKinley
Died at home, Ottawa, August 24, 1942

Pilot Officer James William Mitchell
Killed in action, France, May 24, 1940 - Aged 24

Captain R. Chester Mitchell
Found dead in car, August 29, 1940

Major John Forbes Morlock
Killed in action, France July 15, 1944 - Aged 31

#2940098 Private James Alexander Murchison
Died overseas on Monday 3 July 1944

Flying Officer James W. O'Hara
Died in Air Raid, Milan, Italy August 15, 1944 - Aged 21

Lieutenant(N) Ellsworth E. Oldman
Killed on duty August 13, 1943

Lieutenant George Alfred Ponsford
Killed near Caen, France July 13, 1944 - Aged 31

Surgeon Lieutenant John E. Powell 
Presumed killed November 15, 1942 - Aged 25

Lieutenant John J. C. Read
Killed in action, Normandy, August 10, 1944 - Aged 25

Wing Commander George Alfred Reid
Missing in Mediterranean October 3, 1943

Flying Officer Robert H. Rolph
Missing in action June 8, 1944 - Aged 22

Lieutenant Ernest Hodgson Slingsby
Died of wounds, Toronto, April 16, 1944 - Aged 28

Captain Anthony L. Smith
Killed in action, France,  August 27. 1944 - Aged 36

Sergeant George R. Somers
Flying accident, Pennfield, New Brunswick, March 19, 1944 - Aged 20

Captain Edward Winnett Thompson
Died at Niagara-on-the-Lake January 23, 1945 - Aged 53

Pilot Officer John Herbert Zealand
Presumed dead, Hamburg raid, November 9, 1942 - Aged 33