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Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.

Second Lieutenant Colin St. George Campbell ’00

Died: April 6, 1917

According to Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919Colin St. George McIvor Campbell entered Upper Canada College  from Waterdown Public School in April 1895. He was the son of the late Dr. Lorn Colin Campbell, Port Arthur. After graduating from the College in 1900, Colin Campbell  attended McGill University, earning a Mining and Civil Engineering degree in 1904. He enlisted in the spring of 1915  and was associated with the RAF, Curtis Flying School, traveling overseas in January 1916. Colin Campbell graduated as a pilot at Upavon in May 1916. He was with the 45th Squadron, Ypres Sector and was reported missing, and later officially dead, on April 6, 1917.

Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919 pg. 13


Born at Port Arthur, Ont.,.December 23rd, 1879. Enlisted. in 1915, as Pilot Instructor in the 45th Squadron, Royal Air Force. Promoted. to the rank of Second Lieutenant. Served. in France. Killed, April 6th, 1917.

McGill Roll of Honour 1914-1918 pg. 96


More information about Second Lieutenant Colin St. George Campbell ’00 can be found at:

Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Canadian Great War Project

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Canada At War

The Royal British Legion – Every Man Remembered

C.E.F. Honour Roll for the Flamborough Area