Hamilton, Arthur Kenneth “Ken”: Yahk. Flight Sergeant, Royal Canadian Air Force. Killed in action 6 April 1942
Hamilton, C B: 18th Forestry Company, Royal Canadian Army. Enlisted September 1940.
Hamilton, Cecil: Royal Canadian Army
Hamilton, Dave: Private
Hamilton, F P:
Hamilton, Phyllis: Lieutenant, Canadian Naval Medical Unit, on Canadian Hospital Ship Lady Nelson. Lady Nelson was Canada’s first hospital ship, refitted from a passenger liner of the same name that had been torpedoed of St. Lucia. She went into service as a hospital ship in April 1943, with a group of 70 Canadian Medical Corps personnel and nurses on board. In the next three years she sailed 199,351 miles between English, Canadian and foreign ports, transporting 21,099 wounded Canadian veterans back home.
Hamilton, W: Yahk.
Handyside, N E: Royal Canadian Army. Enlisted July 1940.
Harris, Dennis: Private
Harris, Leslie: Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Enlisted March 1944. Stationed in Quebec.
Haynes, Michael: Canadian Army. Received call-up February 1945, but got a deferment to carry on ranch work as his father was in ill health.
Heald, Ralph: Royal Canadian Air Force
Heembrock, Joseph John: Leading Aircraftman, Royal Canadian Air Force. Killed in action 10 April 1946
Helsing, M: Yahk
Hendren, Stan G: Possibly a telephone or telegraph operator, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve.
Hepher, Peter L: Corporal, Canadian Army Medical Corps
Hepher, Stanley: Flight Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Air Force. Enlisted 1941.
Hess, Fred: Radar Operator, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Enlisted 1942. Served in convoy escort duty on “Flower” class corvette HMCS Fennel till the end of the war. In March 1944 Fennel took part in a 30-hour attack on U-744, eventually sinking the submarine.
Hess, J: Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve
Hess, W: Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve
Hester, Kenneth D: Flying Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force
Hewitt, Edward: Gunner, Canadian Army Overseas. Enlisted 28 January 1943; in Italy since 15 December 1943. Seriously wounded in the right thigh 7 October 1944 in Italy.
Higgins,C R: Flight Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Air Force. Mentioned in dispatches 1945.
Hillier, Walter T: Artillery. Started as a gunner in 1939; was a Lieutenant by end of the war.
Hills, Walter James: Canadian Army Overseas
Hills, William Ernest “Ernie”: Private, Canadian Army Overseas
Hilton, Frederick: Private
Hilton, Stewart J: Royal Canadian Army?
Hindley, Rolfe: Flying Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force, 26 months service from 1943-1945.
Hipwell, Ernie C: Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Army. Married an English girl who came to Canada after the war.
Hoglund, F G:
Hokins, Vern: Royal Canadian Air Force; enlisted 1944. Stationed at Calgary 1945.
Holden, Clarence: Sergeant, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Stationed at Kingston in 1943.
Holder James Anthony “Tony”: Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve. Served on “Flower” class corvette HMCS Parry Sound, attached to Escort Group C-7 on convoy escort duty in the Atlantic. Parry Sound operated November 1944-June 1945, and on 18 April 1945 chased a U-Boat that had sunk two merchant ships in the convoy.
Hollis, Randolph Hamilton: Royal Canadian Air Force. Served in Canada and the Aleutian Islands.
Holmes, Hillard Arthur “Bud”: Leading Aircraftman, Royal Canadian Air Force, stationed in Brandon MB Jan 1945.
Holmes (Vigne), Ethel: Royal Canadian Air Force. One of 55 women chosen for precision drill for demonstrations, recruiting across Canada.
Home, Edgar: Bandsman, Royal Canadian Air Force. Stationed at Brandon, MB.
Hook, Peter: Royal Canadian Merchant Marine
Hook, Warren: Corporal, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Enlisted November 1941. Served in England, France, Holland, Belgium, Germany and Italy. Volunteered for Pacific service June 1945; discharged December 1945.
Horton, L T: Private; served 1940-1945
Houghton, Dorothy “Dot”: Ambulance driver, Canadian Women’s Army Corps. Wounded during bombing in England.
Howard, Alan B: Private
Howard, Eric: Lieutenant
Howell, Ben: Able Seaman, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve
Howell, John Edward: Kitchener. Pilot Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force. Killed in action 29 July 1944
Howell, Tom: Royal Canadian Air Force
Huchk, Alec: Private
Hudson, Harold: Royal Canadian Air Force
Hughes, James Robert: Lieutenant, Canadian Forestry Corps. Died of injuries 3 December 1944.
Hughes, Wes: Army
Hukalak, Mike: Army. Served in Europe through to VE Day.
Hulme, Edmund “Ed”: Leading Aircraftman, Royal Canadian Air Force. Enlisted June 1941. Posted to 165 Squadron, wireless section, Sea Island, Vancouver.
Hulme, George Edward: Private, Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps. Died in England 4 December 1943.
Hulme, Jim: Dgr. Served overseas for 6 years. Was present during D-Day landings.
Humble, Ray: Pilot Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force
Hurl, Fred: Royal Canadian Engineers
Husband, Norm: Leading Aircraftman, Royal Canadian Air Force
Husband, W F: Royal Canadian Air Force
Huscroft, Charles Waddy: Mechanic, Royal Canadian Air Force. Received Unknown Medal for outstanding service beyond the call of duty.
Huscroft, Denis George: Captain, Canadian Army Overseas. Enlisted 1941. Served with Rocky Mountain Rangers in the Kiska campaign (Aleutian Islands); went to Europe 1944 with 1st Canadian Scottish Regiment, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps, in second wave of landings on D-Day. Noted for a daring exploit in early 1945 to capture a German prisoner. His infant son, whom he never saw, was christened in a gown made from the silk of a German parachute his father had picked up off the battlefield and sent home. Killed in action near Wagenborgen, Holland, 21 April 1945, by shrapnel during German shelling of a field. He and John Stace-Smith took refuge in a barn. John was struck on the ear by the shrapnel that killed Denis, who was next to him. Denis’ family had just returned from one of the thanks-giving services on V-E Day when they got the telegram announcing his death.
Huscroft, Kenneth: Pilot Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force. Enlisted March 1942, but remained at home for the following year as his brother Burt had been killed in a logging accident. Earned his wings November 1944, but by that time the Royal Canadian Air Force had a surplus of airmen.
Huscroft, Leonard W: Royal Canadian Air Force. Served in Holland and Germany.
Huscroft, Margaret: Royal Canadian Air Force
Huscroft, Nesta G: Royal Canadian Air Force. Enlisted 1942.
Imhoff, Mary: Royal Canadian Air Force. Stationed Vancouver March 1944.
Ingham, Albert: Navy. Served in engine room of ships
Ivany, Ernie: Private, Paratroopers, Royal Canadian Army Service Corps. Camp Shilo, ON.
Ivany, Frank S: Royal Canadian Army Service Corps. Served in England. Volunteered for Pacific service June 1945.
Jacks, Archie E:
Jackson, Roy V: Lieutenant. Was working at a munitions pant in eastern Canada in April 1941, and stationed at Ottawa March 1944.
Jackson, Rutherford James: Pilot Officer, Royal Canadian Air Force, enlisted 25 October 1940, went to England at the end of August 1941. Dangerously injured 7 December 1941 while on active service in England, but was reported as recovering. Killed in action 29 June 1942.
Jacobs, William Noel “Bob”:
Janzen, Mike: Royal Canadian Air Force
Jensen, M: Yahk
Jensen, P W: Yahk
Johnson, A W: Yahk
Johnson, H W:
Johnson, Robert: Corporal, Royal Canadian Air Force. Stationed at Patricia Bay.
Johnson, Vic: Corporal, Veterans' Home Guard. Served for five years.
Johnson, Walter: Lance Corporal, Winnipeg Grenadiers, Canadian Army Overseas
Johnston, Alec: Royal Canadian Army
Johnstone, Dan: Private, Royal Canadian Army. Enlisted July 1940.
Johnstone, Jim: Royal Canadian Army. Served 1942-1946.
Jones, Leslie K: Royal Canadian Air Force
Jones, Maurice K: Princess Mary’s 16th Canadian Scottish Regiment, Calgary, Royal Canadian Army. Served overseas 1942-1946.
Jordon, William A:
Jorgenson, A P:
Joy, Anthony “Tony”: Corporal, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Enlisted 19 April 1941.
Joy, Eugene: Private, Royal Canadian Army. Stationed at Calgary December 1944.
Joy, John: Private, Royal Canadian Army. Stationed at Vancouver December 1944.
Joy, Michael: Sapper, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, serving overseas December 1944.
Joyce, Kathleen “Kay”: Canadian Women's Army Corps. Enlisted May 1945.
Kanester, Chester: Army
Kanester, Clifford Reuben: Gunner, Royal Canadian Artillery. Enlisted age 17. Served briefly in France, then Italy for most of war.