Second Lieutenant H. H. Walker
SAC 1907-1910

Second Lieutenant Henry Hunt Walker was born in Toronto, Ontario on September 8, 1892, the son of Mrs. S. F. Walker of 439 Marks St. South, Fort William, Ontario, and the late Robert E. Walker, and attended St. Andrew's College from 1907 to 1910.

He was a dry goods merchant who had served in the militia with the 96th Lake Superior Regiment when he enlisted December 8, 1915 with the 94th Battalion. He reenlisted on September 11, 1917 with the Railway Construction and Forestry Depot. Walker subsequently transferred to the Royal Air Force. He died of pneumonia in the Blantford Military Hospital, England on July 13th, 1918 at the age of 25 years. 

Walker is buried in the Thunder Bay (Mountain View) Cemetery, Ontario, Canada (Grave Reference: 74.)

  • Attestation Papers - Front - Back - Officer Declaration
  • Canadian Virtual War Memorial Page for Henry Walker. On this page is also a link to his commemoration on Page 595 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.