- Surnames starting with the letter R. 

Bertrum Fawcett Ryder

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:01st Rgt
Name of Rgt or Ship:Canadian Mounted Rifles
Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Canadian Book of Remembrance
Town Memorial:Sale
Extra Information:
Born 1894, the son of John & Margaret Ryder, 2 Harcourt Road, Ashton upon
Mersey, Cheshire.

1901 Census - 21 Merryfield Street, Prestwich, Lancashire.    Son - aged: 6
- born:Manchester.      Head of Household - John Ryder - aged: 34 - occ:
Draughtsman - born: Manchester.    Plus his wife Margaret Ryder - aged: 35
- born: Manchester.   Plus his younger brother - Frank Leslie - aged: 3.

1911 Census - 2 Harcourt Road, Ashton upon Mersey.    Son - aged: 16 - occ:
Clerk in Estate Office - born: Manchester.   Head of Household - John Ryder
- aged: 44 - occ: Draughtsman at Engineering Works - born: Manchester.   
Plus his wife Margaret Ryder - aged: 45 - born: Manchester.  They had been
married for 17 years and produced three children of whom two werre still
living Bertrum Fawcett and Frank Leslie, aged: 13.

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in wars and died either during or after them. All the books are kept in the
Memorial Chamber located in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill, Ottawa,
Ontario. Quite aptly named are these testaments to Canada's past, for by
their very title they remind us to never forget the foundations of courage
on which Canada is built. 

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these casualties whose names are commemorated within the Canadian Book of
Remembrance, but have no known grave location. Those casualties whose
graves have not been identified will be commemorated on an appropriate
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