Illness or accident claimed the lives of thirty-four members of the Unit. All were interred in local cemeteries in Great Britain, with collections
from their fellow members going toward the purchase of headstones at their grave sites. There was also a group of  three hundred and thirty-five
men who were returned to Newfoundland due to accident or illness. This is a list of names of those who died, including their home towns, date
of  death and place of burial.
Click here for a picture of the Memorial to these men located at Grand Falls, Newfoundland
(use your "back"button to return to this page)
Click here for more on the Memorial, and comments on these men who did not make it home from "Lumberjack Larry",
the memoirs of Larry Gladney (1901) of Clarenville. Larry's brother Michael (1900) was one of those who died in Scotland, and he is buried at Loch Laggan.

***Angus and Helen Paul of Scotland have very kindly sent us a number of recent pictures of gravesites of some of those members
who died in service in Britain. You can view a picture of the gravesite by clicking on the linked member name.
Number Name Hometown Date of Death Burial Place
48 Philip Janes Deer Lake April 4,1943 Langstown, Cumberland,England
340 Wm. J. Mercer St. John's May 19,1943 Carrbridge, Scotland
404 Sam Lodge Corner Brook June 23,1941 Carlisle, England
495 Walter  Mews St. George's March 18,1941  Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland
527 Wm. L. Young Spruce Brook Aug 31,1944 Grantown, Morayshire  
670 Isaac S. Higdon New Harbour  T.B. April 25,1941 Laggan, Scotland
987 Larry Nolan Mobile May 25,1941 Grovec, Aberdeenshire,Scotland
1478 Jonathan Feltham Glovertown March 26,1940 Carrbridge, Scotland
1480 Max Hawkins Glovertown Aug 17,1940 Carrbridge, Scotland
1516 E. Wm. Haley Charlottetown April 10,1941 Welshill, Perthshire, Scotland
1669 Raymond Elliot Catalina March 11,1940 Carlisle, England
1692 James Butler Port Rexton Sept 20,1943 Glennuck, Scotland
1763 Ralph Ryan Port Rexton Sept 20,1943 Laggan, Scotland
1900 Michael J. Gladney Clarenville April 30,1940 Loch Laggan, Invernesshire, Scotland
1999 Thomas O'Keefe Placentia April 28,1940 Carlisle, England
2291 George D. Blackmore Port Blandford Oct 2,1943 Carrbridge, Scotland
2327 Wm. R. Miller St. Jones Within July 25,1941 Urray, Muir-of-Ord,Scotland
2399 Bert. P. Hoskins Greenspond Feb 9,1943 Carrbridge
3572 James Hicks Newman's Cove Jan 28,1945 Carrbridge, Scotland
2447 James  (or John?)  Patrick White St. Brendan's Aug 20,1941 Kerriemuir, Scotland
2469 John Brushett Burin Aug 7,1941 Kerriemuir, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
2512 Hubert Cormier St. George's Dec 27,1944 Kingussie, Scotland
2547 Cecil White Grand Bay July 6,1941 Glenmuick, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
2557 Charles Short Cape Ray July 6,1941 Glenmuick, Aberdeenshire Scotland
2604 Kenneth R. Taylor Bay D'Espoir May 17,1941 Kingussie, Scotland
2737 Fred Purchase Lawrencetown Dec 31,1945 Alness, Scotland
2778 Simon Hancock Englee June 20,1941 St. Bathan's Abbey, Scot
2793 Stanley Reeves Englee March 22,1941 Carlisle, England
2857 Harold Layte Glenwood Feb 27,1943 Fortrose, Scotland
3201 John Legge Heart's Content July 12,1941 Laggan, Scotland
3234 Joseph Brenton Bishop's Falls April 10,1941 Laggan, Scotland
3292 Martin Lamb Lawn January 3,1943 Jeansfield Cemetery, Perth, Scotland
3449 Gerald Isaac Payne Cowhead Aug 29,1941 Laggan, Scotland
3577 Harold W. Mayo Creston Jan 4,1946 Kingussie, Scotland

                             1480 Max Hawkins (Glovertown)   Shot by  a soldier sentry. Click here for the story by Mervin Pond (0174))
                             2604  Kenneth (Ralph) Taylor  (Bay D'Espoir)  Killed in biking accident in Aviemore (provided by John N Jeddore (3361))

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(Acknowledgements: 'They Also Served' by Tom Curran and member list from Mervin Pond)