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"McR" 1910-1919 War and Military

Many Ontario cenotaphs used initials instead of given names. An excellent site with full names and details is the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
contact John Allan if you are willing to transcribe a cenotaph or other war memorial for OGSPI

MCRACKEN  MCRAE  MCRAKEN  MCRINNON  MCRONE 

McCRACKEN w@ca.on.peterborough_county.peterborough 1914-1918 memorial
McCRACKEN W.
"In memory of the chivalry of our men and women who fought and died defending humanity against agression" "Their name liveth for evermore"
Peterborough City Hall Book of Remembrance, Cenotaph and Legion Branch 52 list

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McRAE w@ca.on.carleton_county.ottawa.saint_andrew_presbyterian 1914-1918
"Honour and Loving Memory to those who died and Grateful tribute to those who daring to die survived"
McRAE J. Percy served WW1
transcribed by Mike Schryer July 2000

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McRAE w@ca.on.kenora.kenora 1914-1918 memorial
McRAE A. Kenora town cenotaph
McRAE K. N. Kenora Legion cairn
McRAE K. N. Kenora town cenotaph
indexed 1998 for OGSPI by Robert H. Gray of Kenora

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McRAE w@ca.on.perth_county.stratford 1914-1918 memorial
Nursing Sisters served WW1
ABEL Helen
HEUGHAN Marion
McRAE Clarice
Painting by Pooley F. E. with 162 names at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Stratford
transcribed 2001 by OGS Perth County Branch

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McCRAE w@ca.on.wellington_county.guelph 1914-1918 memorial
Roll of Honor In Memoriam plaque at Guelph Memorial Gardens (municipal arena)
McCRAE John aka Jack died 28 Jan 1918 age 45
Lieutenant Colonel in Canadian Army Medical Corps
son of McCRAE Colonel David and SIMPSON- ECKFORD Janet
author of poem IN_FLANDERS_FIELDS which first appeared in Punch Dec 1915
In Flanders Fields
In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row
That mark our place, and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch. be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
indexed 1998 by OGS Wellington County Branch

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McCRAKEN w@ca.on.carleton_county.ottawa.saint_andrew_presbyterian 1914-1918
"Honour and Loving Memory to those who died and Grateful tribute to those who daring to die survived"
MacCRAKEN Stewart served WW1
transcribed by Mike Schryer July 2000

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McRINNON w@ca.on.kenora.kenora 1914-1918 memorial
McRINNON J. D. Kenora town cenotaph
indexed 1998 for OGSPI by Robert H. Gray of Kenora

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McCRONE w@ca.on.dufferin.east_luther.grand_valley 1914-1918 and/or 1939-1945 memorial
cenotaph at north west corner of Main Street and Amaranth Street
Veterans Passed on Since the Wars (to November, 1998)
McCRONE Frank
Dufferin County indexing by Randy McClelland 1998 randymac@beeline.ca

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