Todd, Earl Crawford CSM E/22890 (XD3) K 5.11.44 Y 
Trahan, Albert Rifleman E/30805 H 25.12 QMH (XD3)
Travers, Charles W. Lance Sergeant E/30188 U Dec 23
Trembly, Ralph Rifleman E/30664 (XD3)
Tuppert, William G.J. Rifleman E/22892 (XD6)
Turcotte, Arthur D. Rifleman C/5895 (XD3)
Tyler, Stanley Lance Corp. E/30496 (XD3)
Valcourt, Leo Rifleman E/30308 (XD6)
Vanclief, Donald J. Rifleman C/5922 (XD3)
Varley, John Leslie Lance Corp. B/24237 MM (100)
Vermette, Patrick Corporal E/30451 K 16.10.42 
Vigneault, Laureat Rifleman F/41026 U Dec 23
Vincent, Charles Corporal E/22897 (XD3)
Vincent, Kenneth Stanley Rifleman E/30462
Vincent, Robert L. Lance Corp. E/30518 U Dec 23
Wall, Freddie Leo Rifleman E/30433 H (XD4)
Wallace, Herbert Rifleman E/30195 H (XD4) K 26.12.43 Y 
Wallace, James Austen Rifleman F/29945 MiD (XD3)
Walsh, James Edward Rifleman G/18634 (XD5)?
Walsh, Joseph E. Rifleman E/30582 (XD3)
Walsh, James Stanford Corporal E/30405 K 5.10.42 
Walton, John Rifleman C/65283 (XD3)
Ward, Howard Guy Rifleman E/30159 (XD3)
Wardell, Thomas David Rifleman E/30634 H HQ Coy (XD3)
Waterhouse, William E. Rifleman E/30759 H (55) Niigata (XD4) K 31.1.44 Y 
Watters, Ira Gordon Rifleman E/30556
Watts, Eric G. Rifleman E/30073 U Dec 23
Weaver, Percy Thomas Rifleman B/38362 (XD5)
Webb, James Christopher Rifleman E/30576 (XD4)
Webb, John Fred Rifleman E/30579 (XD4)
Wellman, David Rifleman C/5898 (XD6)
Welsh, Allen Benjamin Rifleman E/30395 K 7.10.42 
Welsh, Delbert William L. Rifleman E/30384 (100) K 6.10.42 
Welsh, Melvin Burton Rifleman E/30396 (XD4) K 31.3.44 Y 
Whalen, Joseph Michael Rifleman C/65092 K 20.11.42 
Wheeler, Robert Ritchie Rifleman E/30448 (XD4)
Whillier, Walter C. Lance Corp. H/6901 BRH K 9.9.42
Wilbur, Angus F. Rifleman E/30489 (XD4)
Wilbur, Clarence Joseph Rifleman E/30485 K 17.1.43 
Willett, Isaac Alan Rifleman E/30374 (XD3)
Willett, Percy J. Rifleman E/29991 (XD3)
Willey, Ivan Emmerson Rifleman E/30306 2.10.42 K 1.10.42 
Williams, John Arthur Rifleman A/23182
Wills, John Rifleman B/68239 K Dec 23
Wilson, Lawrence J. Rifleman B/38366 (XD3)
Wilson, Thomas W. Sergeant E/30231 H (XD4)
Wing, Peter Rifleman B/317 H (XD3)
Wonnacott, Alfred Sergeant E/30243 K Dec 22
Wood, Donald Gordon Lance Corp. E/30176 (100) (XD3) K 17.9.43 Y 
Wood, Leonard G.K. Sergeant E/30191 (XD6)
Woodrich, Russell L. Rifleman A/23001Later Att. BRH
Woodman, Bertram C. Rifleman E/29947
Wright, Stanley Walter CQMS E/30021 MM
Wurm, Gilbert Albert Rifleman C/6352 MiD (XD3)
Wurm, Verner James Rifleman C/65913 (XD6)
Wyrwas, Fred Arnold Rifleman E/30138 (XD3) K 24.12.44 Y 
Young, Clarence Franklin Rifleman E/37959 H (XD4)
Young, Walter R. Rifleman B/38369 (XD3)
Zaidman, Frederick Rifleman B/40578 H (XD4)
 Born in the UK, Lawson was the former Director of Military Training, Ottawa. He had won his MC in Passchendaele. He was not only the senior Canadian officer, but also commanded the Island Brigade and then West Brigade.
 In some accounts, the name ‘Barnes’, ‘Barrett’ and ‘Barret’ are used. In (6) and (42) he is Padre Barnett. In (28), (51) and (52) he is The Reverend James Barrett. In HK PRO records he is ‘Barnes’. I am assuming these all refer to the Rev. Captain J. Barnett of the Canadian Chaplains Service (attached Royal Rifles), rather than the Rev. Captain Bennett (attached to Middlesex).
 Regimental Chaplain to the Winnipeg Grenadiers.
 Sutcliffe was a veteran of the First World War who served in France, Belgium, India, Mesopotamia, Persia, Russia and Turkey. (2)(24)(28)(42)(49)(55)(90)(91)(99)(100)(107). Beri-beri and dysentery.
 Amputation of leg. Originally wounded 24-12 on Bennet’s Hill in the foot. After crawling down the hill he was picked up by Corporal Puddifoot of the Middlesex and taken to QMH via Aberdeen. James’ granddaughter Liana Frenette contributed to this book.
 Wounded when 7 platoon tried to get through to Osborne’s platoon. Fractured skull, sensory change, weak leg.
 (2)(24)(28)(42)(49)(55)(89)(91)- as ‘Holmes’ (100)(101)(107)
 Price made the statement, oft quoted in Canadian histories, that: “He [Home] and his men were bearing the brunt of the fighting”. Analysis shows that the Canadians did their fair share. The numerical losses of the two Canadian battalions versus the two British were very slightly higher, but in percentage terms very slightly lower.
 Price, Young, and McAuley were all actually Lieutenant-Colonels who voluntarily reverted to the rank of Major in order to serve in the Royal Rifles.
 A survivor of the St. Stephen’s Massacre, Skelton left an important diary which was hidden behind a picture in St. Stephen’s college. Made out to a ‘Miss Helen Bambrook’, it was found months after the surrender. With it was a medical card stating that Skelton had a gunshot wound to the thigh (48-134).
 Smith received shrapnel wounds in a bomber raid on lyemun on the 16th Dec and was taken to Bowen Road Hospital. On the 20th he was transfered to St Albert’s convent where he was taken prisoner on the 23rd (25b-Smith).
 Possibly this is the ‘Sergeant’ W.J. Smith mentioned in (30-47), in which case he was at one time buried at Stanley.