Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Archie Dareld Ulry

In memory of:

Flying Officer Archie Dareld Ulry

October 24, 1944

Military Service

Service Number:





Air Force


Royal Canadian Air Force


526 (R.A.F.) Sqdn

Additional Information

Son of Howard and Matilda Ulry; husband of Nellie Ulry, of Fenham, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Brother of Private Lloyd Ulry, who died during service with the Loyal Edmonton Regiment, R.C.I.C.

Commemorated on Page 466 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Northumberland, United Kingdom

Grave Reference:

Panel 8.


It is only during the last fifty years that the ancient custom of cremation instead of burial has been followed to any extent in the United Kingdom, but the practice is now increasingly observed. During the 1939-1945 War this last rite was accorded 123 members of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth forces at this crematorium, which is situated in Newcastle-upon-Tyne (West Road) Cemetery. This total is made up of sailors, soldiers and airmen belonging to the forces of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth; All are commemorated by name on a screen wall of Portland stone, which stands behind the Cross of Sacrifice at the head of the War Graves plot in the cemetery. The names are incised in the stone, surmounted by an inscription which reads:- "Here are recorded the names of those members of His Majesty's Forces who died in the service of their country and were cremated." More than 120, 1939-1945 war casualties are commemorated at this site.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Newspaper Clipping– The Old's Bother's 

My Great Uncles, Archie and Lloyd Ulry where brothers killed five weeks apart from each other. 

Archie was with Sq. 526 when his Avro Oxford hit high tension cables above the River Ness. His ashes were bought back to Canada by his wife Nellie Ulry, of Fenham, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

With Lloyd being with the 4th battalion of the P.P.C.L.I (also known as the Loyal Edmonton Regiment). He was KIA during the Battle of Rimini and still lies within Italy.....
  • Photo of Archie Ulry– Archie standing of the wing of a Harvard in early 1941
  • Log Book– Archie's flight hours in 1943
  • Service Record– Combat missions of Archie
  • Memorial– Ulry Bothers, Field of Crosses Project. Calgary, Alberta.
  • Newspaper Clipping– From the Calgary Herald. Submitted of the project, Operation: Picture Me
  • Memorial– Archie Ulry memorial cross`s along Memorial Drive in Calgary, Alberta, Canada as part of the Field of Crosses Project

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