Remembrance Day Reflections, The Petrolia Cenotaph

3 Responses to “Remembrance Day Reflections, The Petrolia Cenotaph”

  1. M. I. Pirie

    Great work, thank you for posting the images. I’m researching Pte. Hugh Murray McQueen who died while serving with the 58th Battalion C.E.F. on September 30th, 1918. I’ve put some photos of him here: Canadian Virtual War Memorial

    • The Lambton Room

      Thank you! You’ve uploaded some great images of McQueen to the Canadian Virtual War Memorial. The Victory Medal is beautiful as well.

  2. dale

    I am looking for information on my dad, Frederick James Fisher, bn 1922 or 23. Married Rose Ann Baldwin March 27, 1945 Brentford, Middlesex, England. She ran away between 1947 and 1949. He served as Sapper Army A48716. He died in Petrolia August 3 or 4 2000. His father was James Fisher and may have served in WWI. Please contact


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