Gordon Fraser Ross
Lieutenant (N) Gordon Fraser Ross was the son of John L. and Annie Fraser Ross, of 311 Lonsdale Road, Toronto, Canada. He attended St Andrew's College for 12 years from 1901 to 1913.
He was killed in action at the Battle of Ostend on Friday 10 May 1918, aged 24 while serving on H. M. Motor Boat "No 254", Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and is buried in the Dover (St. James's) Cemetery, Kent, United Kingdom, Grave Reference Number: K. V. 16.
The ensign from his launch was later given by his father for safe-keeping in the new Memorial Chapel in Aurora, where it is still displayed over the main door.
Mentioned by Vice Admiral Keyes for especially distinguished service during the second blocking operation. Effective 28 August 1918 (authority not given on DHist card).