Source: Taken on strength July 1916 War Diary.
Wilfrid E. Huycke, a native of Coburg, joined the firm, and the firm was renamed Hutcheson, Driver and Huycke. Huycke was the son of Judge C.S. Huycke of Cobourg and graduated from Victoria College at the University of Toronto and Osgoode Hall Law School. He served with the Canadian armed forces in World War I, serving overseas with the 18th Canadian Field Artillery. After being demobilized in 1919, Huycke attended Harvard University for a refresher course in law. In 1921, he came to Brockville to join the firm, but stayed only 3 years, moving to Peterborough in 1924 to set up a successful law practice.http://www.hendersonjohnstonfournier.com/about-us-history.htm