Faceless No More: Lieutenant Frederick Charles Garland Maund

Lieutenant Frederick Charles Garland Maund was from Kingston and perished on the first day of the attack by the Canadian Expeditionary Force during its involvement at the Somme on September 15, 1916. But for the work of like-minded people dedicated to bringing his memory to life, he would be all but forgotten.[i] Lieutenant Maund was … Continue reading Faceless No More: Lieutenant Frederick Charles Garland Maund

The Fate of Major Ashplant Former Member of the 18th Battalion

LEFT HERE WITH 33rd BATTALION “D” COMPANY IN 1915. Six Canadian Army officers stand on the deck of the S.S. Lapland. They are of Company “D” of the 33rd Battalion and they are off to war. The men are representative of the officer class of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. Solid middle-class backgrounds with either a … Continue reading The Fate of Major Ashplant Former Member of the 18th Battalion