Canada Military Search

Canada Roll of Honor

  • GenWeb Roll of Honour
    All veteran's are on the GenWeb Roll of Honour - the ones who died in battle, the ones who came home, and the ones who never fought overseas. . This is an ongoing project, and there will always be names to add to this project.
  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    Casualty database lists the names and place of commemoration of the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during World War I and World War II. Search by name, country, and forces served with.

  • Second World War Service Files: Canadian Armed Forces War Dead
    Those killed in action from Library and Archives Canada

  • The Canadian Virtual War Memorial (CVWM)
    118,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who have given their lives serving Canada - the names in the Book of Remembrance.

American Revolutionary War

  • Black Loyalist Refugees
    The British and Loyalists evacuated New York in 1783 creating a new settlement in Nova Scotia. These Loyalists founded Port Roseway, shortly renamed Shelburne. The free Blacks formed a separate settlement known as Birchtown. Library and Archives Canada.

  • Black Loyalist Digital Collection
    Biographies and stories of black Loyalists. Includes the Book of Negroes, the list of blacks evacuated from New York at the end of the Revolutionary war.

  • Loyalists in the Maritimes — Ward Chipman Muster Master's Office, 1777–1785
    Loyalists who eventually settled in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or Prince Edward Island. Library and Archives Canada

  • Loyalist Muster Rolls
    Any inhabitant of North America who served in a military capacity for the British. Many Loyalists went to Canada during and after the American Revolution.

World War I

World War II


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