No cenotaph mention in Huron County

MALLOCH, William John Ogilvie

DIVISIONAL UNIT:     Canadian Army Medical Corps                                                                                    RESIDENCE:             Toronto - Ontario                                                                                                                      BORN:                        Clinton - Goderich Township - County of Huron - Ontario                                            CEMETERY:              Toronto Mount Pleasant Cemetery - Toronto - Ontario                                                                                                         

RICHARDSON, James Maltman

DIVISIONAL UNIT:     1st Canadian Infantry Division                                                                                                                                              2nd Infantry Brigade                                                                                                                                                              8th Battalion - 90th Rifles (Royal Winnipeg Rifles)                                                                                                              Canadian Infantry Corps                                         

ISLE, Theodore Henry

DIVISIONAL UNIT:  2nd Canadian Engineers Reinforcement Depot,  Canadian Corps    
RESIDENCE:      Grand Bend - Ontario 
WIFE:           Mrs. Pearl Ilse - Dashwood - Ontaro
PARENTS:        Mr. Frederick and Elizabeth Ilse - Dashwood - Ontario
Personal:       Height was 5'  3", weight was 129 poubds. He had a fair complexion, blue eyes and light brown hair. Theodore earned his living as a plumber and was of the Lutheran faith.                                                                         

HOLMES, Emerson Stanley

DIVISIONAL UNIT:     3rd Canadian Infantry Division                                                                                                                                         8th Infantry Brigade                                                                                                                                                           4th Canadian Mounted Rifles                                                                                                                                           Canadian Infantry Corps                                             

HENDERSON, Grant Stuart

NAME:                        HENDERSON          Grant Stuart                                                                                                      DIVISIONAL UNIT:     2nd Canadian Infantry Division                                                                                                                                             4th Infantry Brigade                                                                                                                                                               21st Battalion - Eastern Ontario                               

HAMILTON, Alexander James

DIVISIONAL UNIT:   1st Canadian Infantry Division, 3rd Infantry Brigade, 13th Battalion - Royal Highlanders of Canada, Canadian Infantry Corps
RESIDENCE:         Regina - Saskatchewan
FATHER:            Mr. Joseph Hamilton - Localsh / Lucknow - Ontario
SISTER:            Mrs. A. J. McLennan - Localsh - Ontario 
Personal:          Height was 5'  7" with a ruddy complexion, gray eyes and brown hair.  Alexander earned his living from farming and was raised in the Presbyterian faith.

ARCHER, Thomas

NAME:   ARCHER ,Thomas
RANK:   Private 
DIVISIONAL UNIT:  Canadian Expeditionary Force, 76th Battalion - Barrie, Orillia and Collingwood Canadian Infantry Corps
SERVICE NO: 14104 
DATE OF BIRTH:  October 24, 1888 - Clinton - Township of Hullett - County of Huron - Ontario
DATE OF DEATH:   September 18, 1915 26 years   11 months 
CEMETERY:  Starkvale Cemetery - Paisley - County of Bruce - Ontario
MOTHER:    Mrs. Mary Archer - Paisley - County of Bruce - Ontario
BROTHER:   Mr. Samuel Archer - Paisley - County of Bruce - Ontario 

Headstone

O'BRIAN, Ernest Patrick

     In the autumn of 1916, the 161st Battalion left Huron County and travelled to Halifax in preparation for going overseas. They embarked from Canada on November 1st and arrived in Liverpool on November 11, 1916. On December 1st, Private O'Brian transferred to the 64th Battalion and then in the middle of January 1917 he transferred to the 2nd Canadian Labour Battalion. He was with this unit when he went overseas in France on February 10, 1917. Six months later in August he transfers to the 58th Battalion and joins his unit in the field in very early November 1917.