Grand Forks Cenotaph


Grand Forks, British Columbia

The Grand Forks Cenotaph was constructed in 1921 in memory of those who sacrificed their lives in World War I.

`The polish grey granite Cenotaph was constructed by Alexander Ritchie, Campbell & Ritchie Mon. Co., in Nelson, British Columbia.

Dedications to those who sacrificed their lives in World War II and the Korean Conflict were also added.

The names of those who lost their lives in World War I and World War II are inscribed on the Cenotaph.

World War I (1914-1918)

Timothy R. Allen John Henderson
Richard Arnold Arthur Henderson
Hubert Broad Henry Jones
H. Dalling Barlee Robt. Lamond
WM. Baker Joseph Levitt
Geo. Birt Aulay Munroe
Edward C. Coy James McDougall
Thomas A. Chew Robt. McIlwaine
Christopher Coughlin Robt. Newbauer
Cecil Collins Clide Nixon
Robt. Dinmore WM. Reid
Henry C. Dixon Robt. Rowell
Geo. Deverall Geo. Sheppard
Wilson Fleming Geo. Traunweiser
Lawrence Green Harry Williams
Fred Greenwood Oswald Hay
Edger Gauthier Joseph Lewis
Francis Hicks Gordon Ryan
Arthur Hobbins Carleton Clements
Alfred Heaven M.M. Chas. Harrigan
Walter Hadden Alex. Forbes
Harold Henderson Geo. Miller
WM. Hardgan Richard Wilkinson

World War II (1939-1945)

John E. Cook John A. MacDonald
Harry H. Euerby George W. McParlon M.M.
Osmond H. Mitchell Bernard McPherson
Robert M. McCabe Francis J. Miller

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