British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa
British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa
Home Children Deaths
The Home Children Deaths database will help researchers see where these children lived and the important role they played in Canada’s development in war and peace. It is intended to complement memorials, such as the Barnardo Girl’s Memorial in Peterborough, Ontario that lists approximately 8,000 names of children who passed through the Hazel Brae Home, and numerous other databases intended to aid in Home Children research.
 
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Surname   Given Name Death Date Society
Reference / Source Age at Death Union
Remarks
ALEXANDER J. Pvt. 9 Aug. 1918
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
4th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment). Age: Unknown. Bouchoir New British Cemetery Bouchoir France.
ALEXANDER John 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Canadian Contingent.
ALIGIE James 1889
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Oakland Cemetery, Brockville Canada
ALLABUSH George 1914 - 1918 Liv. Sheltering
Liverpool Sheltering Home Plaque
Liverpool Sheltering Home "Old Boys" Of Canadian Division who died during WW1.
ALLABUSH George Pvt. 28 Aug. 1918
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Quebec Cemetery, Cherisy France.
ALLAN Ernest
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto Canada.
ALLAN Ernest 19 Aug 1895 Barnardo's
Monument - Park Lawn Cemetery Toronto. 4w
Infant son of Kate Allan born July 16 1895. Died from convulsions. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto (Lot 21 Tier 45 Sec. G).
ALLARD Frederick C. April 1946 Fegan
SQUIRES, Tony - (Home Children Deaths - 17)
B: mid 1866, Southampton. Came March 1889. Placed Turtle Mountain Man. Married Jane Batchelor in Manitoba, May 1891 who died in 1910. Married Alice Martin in Hampshire, Eng, in 1914. Died Winchester, Hampshire.
ALLARD Leonard 1951 Barnardo's
Guild Messenger - 1951 July
Framer at Uxbridge. Brother of William.
ALLARD William 1950 Barnardo's
Guild Messenger - 1951 July
Killed in a motor accident in Toronto. Brother of Leonard..
ALLCORN Frank, Noel 8 May 1969 Barnardo's
LENNOX, Michelle - (Home Children Deaths - 16)
B: 25 Dec. 1901, London. Came Oct. 1911. Place Ontario. Moved to Detroit. Served 4 years US Marines. In 1944 he moved to Port Arthur (Thunder Bay). Retired in 1966. Married Doris James, 1937. Died Thunder Bay.
ALLEBONE Stanley L. 8 Apr 1915 Barnardo's
Park Lawn Cemetery - Toronto 9
Brother of Walter. A stone erected in his memory by brother Walter. Toronto.
ALLEBONE Stanley L. 8 Apr. 1915
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto Canada.
ALLEBONE Stanley Leslie 8 Apr 1915 Barnardo's
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Came 1915 with brother Walter. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto. Brother of Gladys and Leonard.
ALLEBONE Stanley, Leslie 8 April 1915 Barnardo's
Monument - Park Lawn Cemetery Toronto. 8
Son of Thomas James Allebone and Melena Emily Allebone, both died in 1914. Died Toronto Boys Home of meningitis. Came 19 March 1925. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto (Lot 20 Tier 21 Sec. G).
ALLEN Ada Gwendolyn 12 Aug. 2010 Barnardo's
SAYERS, John (Home Children Deaths - #13) 98
Formerly Ada Gwendolyn Barrington. Married three times to Matheson, Smith and Allen. See Barrington, Ada Gwendolyn.
ALLEN Alfred March 1970 Barnardo's
ALLEN, Debbie - (Home Children Death's 15)
B: abt 1893. Came March 1907 at age 14. Placed Ontario. Married Emily Dimmock, April 1919 at Galt (Cambridge), Ont. Children. Died and buried Trinity Anglican Cem., Cambridge Ont.
ALLEN Lionel 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Canadian Contingent.
ALLEN Lionel A. S. Lieut. 30 Sept. 1918
OSCHEFSKI, Lori 20
Lieutenant, 38th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment). Son of Herbert and Elizabeth Allen, of England. Duisans British Cemetery, Duisans France.
ALLEY Clara Celia 2 Jan. 1990 Liv. Sheltering
HARRIS, Grace (Home Children Deaths - #14) 95
B: 1894, Liverpool. Came 1911. Placed Ottawa area. Married Reginald Harmer, June 1917. Died Ottawa. Buried Beechwood Cem.
ALLEY Emma 24 Dec. 1965 Liv. Sheltering
HARRIS, Grace (Home Children Deaths - #14)
B: 1890, Liverpool. Came 1911. Placed Ottawa area. Married Harry Corbett Hale, November 1918. Died Ottawa. Buried Pinecrest Cem.
ALLEY Henry Herbert Liv. Sheltering
HARRIS, Grace (Home Children Deaths - #14)
B: April 1896, Liverpool. Came 1910. Placed Ontario. Married Lillian Hooker. Children. Died and buried Toronto.
ALLISON Elizabeth 1906
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Oakland Cemetery Brockville Canada.
ALLISON George 1905
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Oakland Cemetery Brockville Canada.
ALLISON James Jun 1943 Marchmont
Marchmont - James S. GILCHRIST
Placed with Mr. and Mrs. Lake. Married to Margaret Porteous.
ALLNUTT Francis Benjamin 11 Nov 1952 Liv. Sheltering
SAYERS, John
Came via Portland in 1887. B: 30 April 1876 at Bromley. Married 3 times. Methodist/United Minister
ALLNUTT Francis Benjamin 11 Nov 1952 Liv. Sheltering
SAYERS, John
Worked Quebec/Ontario. Died Montreal. His brother, Ernest came with Annie MacPherson.
ALLPORT Elsie 14 Jul 1964 Waifs & Strays
SAYERS, John
B: Dec 1911, Atcham. Came 1929. Worked Toronto. Married Wm. Ivan Lobdell. Died Montreal
ALLPORT Margaret 27 Mar 1997 Waifs & Strays
SAYERS, John
B: mid 1914, Atcham. Came 1931. Toronto artist. Not married. Ashes spread Salish Island. B.C.
ALLPORT William Thomas 15 Jul 1984 Waifs & Strays
SAYERS, John
B: mid 1907, Atcham. Came 1923. Settled Eastern Townships. Died Cowansville, Buried Union Cem.
ALLWAY Thomas Pvt. 2 Nov. 1914
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
9324 Welsh Regiment Harlebeke New British Cemetery Harlebeke Belgium.
ALLWRIGHT William May 1972 Barnardo's
Guild Messenger - 1972 August
Died May 1972. In to care in 1909. To Canada in June 1914.
ALSOP Norman Sgt. 15 May 1944 Fairbridge
CWGC - Harrogate (Stonefall) Cem. 20
Came Sept. 25, 1935. Killed in action. R/143477, 419 Sqdn., RCAF who died on 15 May 1944. Age 20. Son of Edward and Violet Tresa Alsop, of Darlington, Co. Durham.
AMBROSE 11 Jan 1909 Barnardo's
OSCHEFSKI, Lori 14
B: England abt 1895. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto.
AMBROSE Frederick William 11 Jan. 1909
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto Canada.
AMBROSE Frederick Wm. Barnardo's
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Came 1905. May be AMBROSE who died 11 Jan 1909 at age 14.
AMBROSE Frederick, William 11 Jan 1909 Barnardo's
Monument - Park Lawn Cemetery Toronto. 14
Son of Walter Frederick Ambrose and Lucy Susan Ambrose, father died June 1899. Died Toronto Boys Home of Tuberculosis. Came 22 June 1905. Buried Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto (Lot 23 Tier 45 Sec. G).
ANDERSEN Percy 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Canadian Contingent.
ANDERSON Berdella May 16 April 2003
STANFORD, Lois - BHC Collection.
Married Frederick Davis (Deceased). Buried New Dublin Cemetery.
ANDERSON Henry 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Canadian Contingent.
ANDERSON John 1906 Cath. Em. Society
RG 76 Volume 194, File 73883 13 Middlesboro
Catholic Emigration Society.
ANDERSON Percy Ewing 1 Feb 1919
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
Netley Military Cemetery, Netley England
ANGELL Reginald George Corporal 21 Oct. 1918
OSCHEFSKI, Lori
654002 Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario Regiment) Denain Communal Cemetery Denain France.
ANGELL Reginald J. 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Canadian Contingent.
ANGUS James 5 Aug. 1935 Quarriers
JOYCE, Shirley - (Home Children Death's 15)
B: 7 Nov. 1875, Scotland. Came June 1882 to Belleville. Came with sister Rachel. Placed Ontario. Married twice - Ella Masters then May Ann Fay. Buried Moscow United Cem. Lennox and Addington Co.
ANGUS Rachel 30 Dec 1967 Quarriers
JOYCE, Shirley - (Home Children Death's 15)
B: 7 Nov. 1875, Scotland. Came June 1882 to Belleville. Came with brother James. Placed Ontario. Married Wesley German Joyce. Had Children. Buried with husband Desoronto Cem, Hastings County.
ANSTED Alfred C. 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. Royal Navy. H.M.S. Black Prince.
APPLEBY Hugh L. 10 Sep 1916 Waifs & Strays
Sherbrooke Record - 26 Feb. 1917 21
Gibbs' Home, Sherbrooke. Came 1911 at age 15. Ship Tunisian.
ARBOURNE Fred A. 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
January 1918 - Ups and Downs
Came 1902. Killed or died from wounds. (See RG 76 vol 52 File 2209 pt 3).
ARBOURNE Frederick 1914 - 1918 Barnardo's
Report - Dr. Barnardo's Home - 1920
Annual Report. Barnardo Old Boys who died during WW1. British Expeditionary Force.
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