Digitized Service Record
Source: The Huron Expositor, 1916-03-10, Page 1.
Served with the 18th Battalion from January 19, 1916 until January 16, 1917 when he was struck of strength and transferred to the 4th Machine Gun Company. He served with this unit until his death in action on April 4, 1917.
Photo of Andrew Archibald – From: The Varsity Magazine Supplement published by The Students Administrative Council, University of Toronto 1918. Submitted for the Soldiers’ Tower Committee, University of Toronto, by Operation Picture Me. Source: CVWM
Photo of Andrew Archibald – Served with the 35th Battalion CEF. Submitted for the project, Operation: Picture Me. Source: CVWM
Roll of Honour – “This Roll of Honour has been prepared as a permanent tribute to those men of the teaching profession in Ontario, who enlisted in connection with the Great War.” Source: The Roll of Honour of the Ontario Teachers Who Served in the Great War 1914-1918 (The Ryerson Press: Toronto, 1922). The 1914-1918 Roll of Service for Ontario Teachers contains 851 names. 101 died as a result of their military service. The information on this Honour Roll may differ from other sources as it was compiled by the Department of Education in Toronto, Ontario, from “…varied and numerous sources, that mistakes are inevitable.” The Dufferin School unveiled a Bronze Roll of Honour plaque in the early 1920s which included Pte. Archibald’s name. Source: CVWM
Source: CVWM .Newspaper Clipping. Source: CVWM
Wants Memorial to Teacher.
Principal N.S. MacDonald, Dufferin school, has asked the Board of Education to provide a memorial tablet to A.W. Archibald, former teacher at this school, killed in action at the front. The board provided a tablet for Harry S. Lee, of Annetto Street school, first teacher to fall.
Source: Toronto Star. May 18, 1917.
Photo from Marika Pirie. Source: CVWM
Roll of Honour – From the “University of Toronto / Roll of Service 1914-1918”, published in 1921. Source: CVWM