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Page 162 - Newfoundland

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This Book of Remembrance was produced by the Governments of Canada and Newfoundland to record the names of the men and women of Newfoundland who, on land and sea and in the air, gave their lives in the defence of Freedom before Newfoundland became a Province of Canada on 1 April 1949. It was placed in the Memorial Chamber of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Canada, in 1973 and a replica was placed in the Confederation Building in St. John's, Newfoundland.

The names of those responsible for the production of this Book were:

  • Mr. Allan M. Fraser, M. A.
    Committee Chairman
    Provincial Archivist
    Died 16 November 1969
  • Mr. Herbert John Coombs
    Committee Chairman
    Deputy Minister of Provincial Affairs, Newfoundland
    Died 30 January 1979
  • The Honourable Sir Leonard Outerbridge, C.C., C.B.E., D.S.O., C.D.
    Honorary Colonel
    The Royal Newfoundland Regiment
  • Major (Rtd) the Honourable Chesley W. Carter, B.Sc.
    Senator(Newfoundland)
  • His Honour Myles P. Murray, Q.C.
    Royal Canadian Legion Representative
  • Colonel(Rtd) Joseph P. O’Driscoll, C.D.
    Newfoundland Veteran of World Wars I and II
  • Major (Rtd) C. Sydney Frost, M.C.
    Veteran of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, World War 1
  • Major (Rtd) Gordon S. Way, C.D., C.P.R.S., (Acc.)
    Department of Veterans Affairs, Project Director
  • Major Victor H. B. Snow, C.D.
    Department of Veterans Affairs, Project Director
  • Mrs. Yvonne Diceman
    Designer, Artist and Scribe
  • Mrs. Sandra Armstrong
    Artist and Scribe
  • Mr. Sydney M. Cockerell
    Consultant and Bookbinder
  • Mr. Allan B. Beddoe, S.M., O.B.E.
    Heraldry Consultant
  • Mr. G. B. Malone
    Committee Chairman
    Deputy Minister of Provincial Affairs & Environment, Newfoundland

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