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Discover the stories and remember the lives of UCC
Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.

Featured Fallen Soldiers

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Lieutenant Cortlandt Graham Gordon MacKenzie '07

Attended UCC 1900-1907

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Lance Corporal Roger Crook Pepler '04

Attended UCC 1900-1904

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Lance-Corporal Edgar Street Denison '97

Attended UCC 1891-1897

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Major Edward Cuthbert Norsworthy '97

Attended UCC 1896-1897

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Private Deric Broughall

Attended UCC 1905-1908

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Captain Robert Clifford Darling '04

Attended UCC 1898-1904

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The First World War saw approximately 1100 Old Boys, staff and faculty enlist with 179 of these giving the ultimate sacrifice: their lives. Boys just out of College and Old Boys dating back to 1861 as their year of entry risked life and health and prospects for king, country and empire. Their service is a credit not only to themselves, their families and friends but also to their College.

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Roll of Service

The aim of Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919 is to present and set down for posterity the record of the exploits of the Old Boys in the years 1914-1918. Of this both the living and the dead are worthy, for they staked their all for home and country and Empire and King.

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Timeline

This interactive timeline records each fallen Old Boy, faculty and staff member by year. Scroll over the timeline and learn more about our Old Boys by following links to their Featured Fallen Old Boy profile.

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Military Scholarships at UCC

The College honours the service of members of the Canadian armed forces by awarding scholarships to the sons’ of military personnel.

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From the Archives

Old medals, uniforms, photographs and more, dating back to c.1829. In an Internet age, isn’t it wonderful we’ve preserved treasures we can touch and visit? Upstairs in the Upper School, you’ll find the UCC archives, a fascinating repository of UCC memorabilia.

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