Lance Corporal Meyer Bubis of Toronto, Ontario, was officially reported to have died on November 1, 1942. He enlisted in the army at Toronto on September 7, 1939, and proceeded to Iceland in June 1940. He was sent to England in 1941, where he was attached to headquarters. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and came to Canada in 1920. His sister, Esther Bubis, served with the Canadian Women's Army Corps.
Israel Joseph Friedman was born in Russia and lived in Medicine Hat, Alberta. He joined the Canadian Railway Troops and was killed in action on October 28, 1918, at age 29. Officer Friedman took an officers’ training course in Calgary in 1914. His grave was discovered in the French village of Romeries in a Commonwealth war graves cemetery. He was buried with military honours.
Driver F. Kramer was from Montreal, Quebec. (British Jewry Book of Honour WWI written by Rabbi Dr. H. Abramowitz, Senior Chaplain to the British Forces) The Commonwealth War Graves Commission web site indicates that he was a British soldier.