Not all soldiers in this New Brunswick Roll of Honour Project were born in New Brunswick, nor did they all serve in New Brunswick Units. Many men came to New Brunswick as adults, to earn a living, or were sent to New Brunswick as "Home Children" from orphanages in Great Britain. These men served in Canadian Military Units and are listed among native born sons. Many native born New Brunswickers were living in other areas of Canada when they enlisted. These are also listed here.
The records in this file are in various stages of completion, and more data is available on many of those named.
For more data on Soldiers - check - Soldiers of the First World War
For those listed as KIA (Killed in Action) but without more details, can usually be added to from the following web site -
The Canadian Virtual War Museum
Prepared by: Cleadie Barnett