100th Anniversary of Vimy Ridge - Doing Our Bit.  Arthur and Arden Daiken

Remembering Vimy - The Wounded from Brant County

During the Battle of Vimy Ridge, more than 10,500 Canadians were killed or wounded between April 9 and April 12, 1917.  The following list represents the men from Brant County who were wounded during this engagement.

Click on the following names to find out more about these men:

Robert Anson Atkins (11324) - Later died from Spanish Influenza, November 10, 1918

William George Beech (55561)

Amos Edmund Beney Jr. (772543)

Ernest John Benson (772251)

Arthur James Brown (163245)

Arthur Churchward (772501)

Thomas Roy Coleman (Major)

William Barton Conlon (773072)

George Arnold Cooper (772369)

Vincent Cutmore (772052)

Arthur Daiken (772557) - Twin Brother Was Killed at Vimy Ridge

Harold Eastman (773044)

Harry Elliott (772503)

Frederick Edward Gilbert (730196)

Richard Gilbert (406085) - Prisoner of War

George Harry (210395) - Killed in Action, August 28, 1918

Ernest Edward Hartley (749305)

Frederick Hetherington (406008)

Augustus Michael Hogan (772475)

Frank Kenyon (164293)

James Egan Lillis (322921)

John Alexander Little (164127)

John Craig Longmuir (772541)

William Thomas Maguire (772222)

John Joseph McCann (772031)

Percy Russell Mead (772356) - Later taken Prisoner of War, September 13, 1918

James Midgley (772514)

Charles Ruben Montgomery (772062)

George Mustoe (773036)

Herbert Noble (772350) - Killed in Action, August 30, 1918

Harry Whitmore Parks (772166)

Arthur Shutt (86239)

Timothy Joseph Slattery (772989)

Thomas Smith (772170)

Abraham Sowers (772974) - Later died from Pulmonary Tuberculosis from Gas Poisoning, October 16, 1919 

Gordon Truckle (113601)

George Webb (772611)

Marvin Whyte (20089)

Alexander Wood (772386) - Killed in Action, September 29, 1918

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