Privates Rogers and Osgoode Plaque

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Municipality/Province: Ottawa, ON

Memorial Number: 35059-090

Type: Brass plaque on blue granite tablet

Address: 2 Queen Elizableth Drive

Location: Cartier Square Drill Hall, in the Governor General's Foot Guards Regimental Museum

GPS Coordinates: Lat: 45.4215916   Long: -75.6880404

Contributor: Clive Law

This memorial tablet erected by the No 1 Company Governor Generals Foot Guards and the Ladies Soldiers Aid Association of Ottawa was unveiled on May 2, 1887. The memorial is dedicated to the memory of Privates J. Rogers and Wm. B. Osgoode who fell in action at Cut Knife Hill on May 2, 1885.

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Inscription found on memorial

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ERECTED:TO:THE:MEMORY:
OF:
PRIVATES:
J:ROGERS:
AND:
Wm:B:OSGOOD:
WHO:FELL:IN:ACTION:AT:
CUT:KNIFE:HILL:
MAY:2:1885:

This Tablet was placed here by No1 Company
Governor Generals Foot Guards assisted by the
Ladies Soldiers Aid Association of this City.

Ottawa 2 may 1887

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