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  • Private Theodore Schuler
    Image       Front: Pte. Theodore Schuler. No. 60375. Born November 12, 1889. Enlisted August 21, 1915, 34th Battallion, London, Ont. [Symbol of cross] in action, June 3, 1916, Zittebeke, France.
    Image     Front: Pte. Theodore Schuler. No. 60375. Born November 12, 1889. Enlisted August 21, 1915, 34th Battallion, London, Ont. [Symbol of cross] in action, June 3, 1916, Zittebeke, France.
  • Private Archie Crawford
    Image       Front: Pte. Archie Crawford [Symbol of cross] Oct. 13, 1915. France by enemy shell.
    Image     Front: Pte. Archie Crawford [Symbol of cross] Oct. 13, 1915. France by enemy shell.
  • Theodore Shuyler
    Image       Front: Theodore Shuyler. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1915, with 34th Battallion [sic] of London. Killed in action June 3, 1916 at Zellebecke, France.
    Image     Front: Theodore Shuyler. Enlisted Aug. 21, 1915, with 34th Battallion [sic] of London. Killed in action June 3, 1916 at Zellebecke, France.
  • 118th Battalion
    Image       Reverse: Carte Postale / Correspondance / Adresse
    Image     Reverse: Carte Postale / Correspondance / Adresse
  • Frank R. Brown
    Image       Front: Frank R. Brown. Killed at Cambrai, France, Oct 1st 1918.
    Image     Front: Frank R. Brown. Killed at Cambrai, France, Oct 1st 1918.
  • Lieutenant Ralph L. Weaver
    Image       Front: Lieut. Ralph L. Weaver, M.C. Son of Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Weaver of Kitchener. Born July 3rd, 1883. Enlisted with the 34th Bn C.E.F. in Oct. 1914. Sailed overseas in Nov. 1915. Went to France in Jany 1916. Was twice wounded. Killed in action Oct. 2nd 1918.
    Image     Front: Lieut. Ralph L. Weaver, M.C. Son of Mr. & Mrs. J.B. Weaver of Kitchener. Born July 3rd, 1883. Enlisted with the 34th Bn C.E.F. in Oct. 1914. Sailed overseas ...
  • Cadet Walter T. Philip
    Image       Front: Cadet Walter T. Philip. Born in Detroit, Mich. Enlisted at Kitchener in Royal Flying Corps. Killed at Leaside Ont. September 5th 1918. [lower right corner] Copy by Panabaker
    Image     Front: Cadet Walter T. Philip. Born in Detroit, Mich. Enlisted at Kitchener in Royal Flying Corps. Killed at Leaside Ont. September 5th 1918. [lower right corner] Copy by Panabaker
  • Private Walter Conrad Schierholz
    Image       Front: Pte. Walter Conrad Schierholz. [Symbol of cross] December 1917. Reverse: [top right hand corner near stamp location] Pte. Schierholtz 8.205 [address box] Schierholz Killed Dec. 1917
    Image     Front: Pte. Walter Conrad Schierholz. [Symbol of cross] December 1917. Reverse: [top right hand corner near stamp location] Pte. Schierholtz 8.205 [address box] Schierholz Killed Dec. 1917
  • Platoon Sergeant J. Spooner
    Image       Front: Platoon Sergeant J. Spooner. 18th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Nov. 14, 1915. Reverse: Platoon Sergt J. Spooner, 18th Battn. C.E.F., 4th Brigade. Killed in action 14th November 1915.
    Image     Front: Platoon Sergeant J. Spooner. 18th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Nov. 14, 1915. Reverse: Platoon Sergt J. Spooner, 18th Battn. C.E.F., 4th Brigade. Killed in action 14th November 1915.
  • Private John M. Maley
    Imagecomment       Front: Pte. John M. Maley. [Symbol of cross] 1917.
    Imagecomment     Front: Pte. John M. Maley. [Symbol of cross] 1917.
  • Gunner Edward A. Mann
    Image       Front: Gunner Edward A. Mann [Symbol of cross] St. Eloi, Apr. 24, 1916.
    Image     Front: Gunner Edward A. Mann [Symbol of cross] St. Eloi, Apr. 24, 1916.
  • Private William M. Menary
    Image       Front: Pte. William M. Menary, 34th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Somme (died of wounds), Sept. 18, 1916. Reverse: Pte. William Menary.
    Image     Front: Pte. William M. Menary, 34th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Somme (died of wounds), Sept. 18, 1916. Reverse: Pte. William Menary.
  • Private Alan McDonald
    Image       Front: Pte. Alan McDonald. 111th. [Symbol of cross] Vimy Ridge, Apr. 9, 1917
    Image     Front: Pte. Alan McDonald. 111th. [Symbol of cross] Vimy Ridge, Apr. 9, 1917
  • Private John Lee
    Image       Front: Private John Lee. 18th Can. Batt. [Symbol of cross] Sept. 15, 1916. Somme front.
    Image     Front: Private John Lee. 18th Can. Batt. [Symbol of cross] Sept. 15, 1916. Somme front.
  • Frederick Henry Grove
    Imagecomment       Front: Frederick Henry Grove. Died of wounds April 29, 1917, Age 21 years.
    Imagecomment     Front: Frederick Henry Grove. Died of wounds April 29, 1917, Age 21 years.
  • Lieutenant Herbert Charles Rounds
    Image       Card affixed to back of image: Lieutenant Herbert Charles Rounds. 111th Battallion [sic]. [Symbol of cross] August 26, 1918
    Image     Card affixed to back of image: Lieutenant Herbert Charles Rounds. 111th Battallion [sic]. [Symbol of cross] August 26, 1918
  • Alexander Ralph Eby
    Imagecomment       Front: Alexander Ralph Eby, 1891-1915. Pte. First Can. Contingent B.E.F. No. 13627, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 4th Company, 5th Batt'n. Killed in action, in France, March 21st 1915. First native of Waterloo Tp. victim of war.
    Imagecomment     Front: Alexander Ralph Eby, 1891-1915. Pte. First Can. Contingent B.E.F. No. 13627, 2nd Infantry Brigade, 4th Company, 5th Batt'n. Killed in action, in France, March 21st 1915. First native of ...
  • Private Leo Ferguson
    Image       Front: Pte. Leo Ferguson [Symbol of cross] France (Cambrai), Oct. 1918. Born in Kitchener. Joined 71st London, Ont., Joined 13th Royal Highlanders, in France.
    Image     Front: Pte. Leo Ferguson [Symbol of cross] France (Cambrai), Oct. 1918. Born in Kitchener. Joined 71st London, Ont., Joined 13th Royal Highlanders, in France.
  • David Ward Clement
    Image       Front: David Ward Clement. Born Sept. 2, 1897, Kitchener, Ont. Killed in collision of flying machines in France, December 2, 1917. Enlisted 118th Battallion [sic], N. Waterloo, transferred to 6th Highlanders, Montreal. Overseas Dec. 1916, France Feby [sic], 1917, served at front to July 1917, transferred to Imperial Aviation Corps, ...
    Image     Front: David Ward Clement. Born Sept. 2, 1897, Kitchener, Ont. Killed in collision of flying machines in France, December 2, 1917. Enlisted 118th Battallion [sic], N. Waterloo, transferred to 6th ...
  • Sergeant-Major Eli Watts
    Image       Front: Serg't Maj. Eli Watts, 18th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Somme Sept. 15 1916. A portrait by the U.S.A. Studios, London.
    Image     Front: Serg't Maj. Eli Watts, 18th Batt. [Symbol of cross] Somme Sept. 15 1916. A portrait by the U.S.A. Studios, London.
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Waterloo County Soldier Portraits


An online collection of photographs of Waterloo County men and women, who proudly served our region and country during the First World War of 1914-1918 and the Second World War of 1939-1945.