Digitized Service Records
Source: Jonathan Straw post at 18th Battalion Facebook Group.
Notes on this photo: As near as we can figure, given his earleir service with the 22nd Regt., This should be JB Walker isolated from the large framed photo of the 7th Platoon, “B” Co., taken in London in late Oct. 1914.
Presentation Cup image from Jonathan Straw. We are researching the background to this.
Notice of Sgt. Walker acting as witness to a wedding:
10357-25 Lawrence George PRAY, 24, printer, Windsor, same, s/o Joseph PRAY, b. Ont & Margaret Elizabeth FENWICK, married Louise Beresford WALKER, 27, London England, Sandwich, d/o James WALKER, b. England & Louisa TAYLOR, witn: Margaret Beresford WALKER & James Beresford WALKER, both of Sandwich, 14 July 1925 at Sandwich.
Nominal Roll for 18th Battalion, April 1915 showing Sergeant James Beresford Walker.
Detail Nominal Roll for 18th Battalion, April 1915 showing Sergeant James Beresford Walker.
Veteran Death Card