From the 24 Dec 1918 edition of The Evening Guide:

Sixty-four Answered the Call---Eleven Killed---One Died at Sea and Two Are Missing

Below will be found a list of young men from the Township of Hope who donned the uniform for army service in any capacity.

Eleven lie buried in France, one died at sea and two are missing. Others are badly maimed and some slightly wounded, but the thought of those, however loved and mourned, should not deter us from showing our unbounded gratitude and esteem to the returning brave ones who went forth fired with the same purpose as their less fortunate comrades.

It may be said of this list, as of that compiled for Port Hope, that there may be some omissions or errors, but we will be pleased for any corrections.

Austin, GeorgeClark, JosephJohns, WalterRowe, Fred
Austin, NormanClarke, Charles (Killed)Lindsay, WilfredRowe, Stanley
Austin, WilliamClarke, Fred (Killed)Lingard, FredSleeman, George
Barham, Leonard (Killed)Clarke, OrleyLingard, RoySleeman, Norman (Missing)
Beatty, Edward J.Caldwell, LeonardMason, Harry (Killed)Spring, Charles
Beatty, RichardColin, PercyMcCann, EdwardTaylor, Arthur
Bebee, HaroldColin, VictorMcGahey, RobertTaylor, Kenneth
Bebee, GeorgeCook, RobertMouser, Thomas (Died at sea)Teeny, Fred
Bell, George N. (Killed)Dobie, WilliamMunroe, WilliamTufford, James
Brothwell, FrankEdwards, Gilbert (Killed)Palmer, WilbertWaddell, William
Brothwell, HorasFrost, LeonardPeacock, WilburWalsh, Thomas (Missing)
Brothwell, LewisGreer, GeorgePeters, EwartWilliamson, George
Bryan, WilliamGreer, WilliamPeters, JohnWilcox, Henry
Bosnell, GeorgeHalliday, James (Killed)Raby, Arthur (Killed)Yates, Lawrence (Killed)
Campbell, James D. (Killed)Hancock, RobertRawlingson, HerbYouden, Harry
Campbell, John R.Howard, PhilpRobb, DavidYouden, William (Killed)

Peter and Barbara Bolton - Port Hope, Ontario