Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Lewis Cartier

In memory of:

Private Lewis Cartier

March 20, 1920

Military Service


Service Number:

116005

Age:

25

Force:

Army

Unit:

Canadian Light Horse

Additional Information


Born:

November 3, 1894

Son of Levi Cartier, of Harrison Mills, British Columbia; husband of Jessie Cartier, of 38, Brockley Rd., Cliftonville, Margate, England.

Commemorated on Page 548 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

CHILLIWACK (ST THOMAS)ANGLICAN LITTLE MTN CEM
British Columbia, Canada

Grave Reference:

N/A

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Honour Roll– Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  Wounded & Disabled Document dated April 8th 1919.
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Memorial Plaque– Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Memorial Document sent to his mother in
Kent England.
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Photo of Lewis Cartier– Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Photo 2 of Lewis Cartier– Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Photo 3 of Lewis Cartier– Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Medals– Medals for Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Medal– Death Disk Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.
  • Medal– Memorial Cross (AKA Mothers cross) Issued to the mother of Trooper 116005 Lewis Cartier member of the Canadian Light Horse C.E.F.  
Trooper Cartier died of his wounds March 20th 1920.

Courtesy of the Frederick Hazell private collection & museum of Langley BC.

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