Corporal James Albert Henderson Plaque

Municipality/Province: Ottawa (Leitrim), ON

Memorial Number: 35025-014

Type: Plaque; bronze

Address: 4550 Bank Street

Location: Gloucester Township Historical Society storage facility

GPS Coordinates: Lat: 45.3295   Long: -75.6

Contributor: Richard Turcotte

This bronze plaque is dedicated to the memory of Corporal James Albert Henderson. James Henderson was born in October 1874 and resided in the village of Billings Bridge where he was employed as a carpenter. He was a member of the Princess Louise Dragoon Guards for numerous years before he enlisted in the 8th Battalion. He was killed in September 1916 and is buried in Courcelette British Cemetery.

This plaque was originally located at the Loyal Orange #222 Billings Bridge; at the time, the village of Billings Bridge was a small community near the present day Billings Bridge in Ottawa. With the closure of the Lodge, the plaque eventually came into the hands of Gloucester Township Historical Society.

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In memory of
Corp. James A. Henderson
8th Battalion
Killed in Action in the
Battle of the Somme, France
Sept 26th 1916 - Aged 42 years


"Their name liveth forevermore" 

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