Canadian Infantry

The Canadian Infantry were a number of battalions that made up the majority of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF).

Formed in the First World War, the CEF fought in many of the major battles, including Ypres, Somme, Vimy Ridge and Passchendaele. Close to 620,000 men enlisted in the CEF, of which 60,661 died or were killed during the conflict.

Commonwealth War Graves

Baker, Private Bridges (d1917, aged 41, cause of death unknown)

Chubb, Private Oliver (d1918, aged 34, illness)

Cottrell, Private William (d1919, aged 33, wounded in action)

Dyer, Private Charles (d1918, aged 23, illness)

Neads, Lance Corporal William (d1917, aged 25, wounded in action)

Owen, Sergeant James (d1919, aged 41, illness)

Ridley, Private William (d1916, aged 29, died of wounds)

Commonwealth War Graves from the camera of CKPonderingsToo

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