BELOW is an alphabetical listing of WW1 honor rolls found on the Montreal Standard's "Canada's Aid to the Allies and Peace Memorial" published in 1919.
Many, but not all, of these WW1 Honor Rolls include British immigrants who lived and worked in Montreal at the time they enlisted for service in World War I. As I discover these British immigrants who lived in Montreal I will mark them in bold type. If you can help in identifying these people, or give more information about them, please contact me.
There is no suggestion here that British-born soldiers are somehow more important than any of the other soldiers listed, they are simply more relevant to the topic of this site. I salute all of the people listed on these WW1 honor rolls, whatever their place of birth, religion, mother tongue, colour, or sex. For that reason, all the WW1 Honor Rolls will be included here as soon as they can be organized and formatted.
Genealogical research, preserving family photos and memorabilia and recording and transcribing oral histories started to be a passion some 30 years ago before my own children came into the world. Read More...
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The Quebec Family History Society
The largest English-speaking genealogical society in the Province of Quebec