Charlotte Ellen Gibson was bornon October 23, 1908 in Liverpool, England. The eldest child of Mary and James Gibson, she immigrated to Canada with her mother on board the vessel S.S. Lake Champlain in 1911.
Arthur John Stacey Wilson was born in 1895 in Burton-on-Trent, Sheffield, England and went to Canada in 1912.
He served in the First World War with the 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles CEF55.
He was employed at the Saskatchewan Hospital for 26 years, graduating as an RPN56 in 1936 and later working as senior groundsman.
Malcolm (Mac) Adam, who was born in 1909, lived with his parents and four siblings on a homestead adjacent to the Gibsons farm. Mac was a hard-working young man. He worked long hours on the family farm, ran a trap line at the age of 16, filed for his own homestead at the age of 19 and had a wood sawing and grain grinding outfit. Mac was also a member of the Canadian Militia from 1929 to 1939.
Lance Bombardier Peter Allen McDougall was in the
1st Canadian Light Anti Aircraft Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, Canadian Active Service Force.