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du P., Major, late Royal Engineers; Cowie, C. S., Capt., late Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) ; De Bury and De Bocarme, H. R. V., Count, Capt., late Royal Garrison Artillery (Major, Canadian Ordnance Corps, Winnipeg); Dumble, W. C., Capt., late Royal Engineers; Farley, J. J. B., Capt., late North Staffordshire Regiment; Girouard, Sir E. P. C., K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Bt.-Colonel, late Royal Engineers; Hansom, C. S., Second Lieut., late D.G.; Hewett, E. V. O., Major, late Royal West Kent Regiment; Hodgins, C. R., Major, late Army Ordnance Department; Kennedy, J. N. C., Major, late Royal Engineers; Lang-Hyde, J. I., C.M.G., Lieut.-Colonel, late Royal Engineers; Luard, G. D., Major, late Scottish Rifles; Mcllhinney, W. J., Major, late Royal Engineers; McLaren, R. J., Capt., late West Yorkshire Regiment; Moren, J. A., Capt., late Royal Garrison Artillery; Payzant, R. H., Capt., late Lancashire Fusiliers; Rogers, H. S., Major, late Royal Engineers; Smith, A. E., Capt., late R.G.A.; Strange, H. B., Major, late Royal Garrison Artillery; Tilley, W. F., Major, late Royal Engineers; Van Straubenzee,
H., Colonel, late Royal Engineers; Van Straubenzee,
W. S., Major, late South Wales Borderers; Worsley, G. S., Capt., late R.A. (Inspector, Royal North-West Mounted Police)."
This list includes only graduates of the Royal Military College of Canada, who held commissions in the British Army. This institution during the war continued to contribute to the fighting strength of the Motherland. From its walls a continual stream of well-trained young men crossed the ocean to take commissions in the Imperial Forces, ninety-eight going before the end of 1916. In all, between 700 and 800 graduates and ex-cadets were, early in 1917, fighting in the various theatres of operations; seventy-six had been killed, and more than 130 had received decorations.
The number of the Canadian Gazette, which gave this information regarding the Canadians in the British