Location: Dufferin County N 43 13.315 W 80 11.440
On the south side of Sideroad 25, just west of the fire station.
A very small memorial, erected in 1930 along with the accompanying Memorial Park. The village of Honeywood is a rural farming community with a huge passion for supporting the local sports teams. The memorial was erected to honour the four local men who died in World War I, and later a single name was added for a single soldier from World War II.
George Prentice was a private in the 1st Battalion, killed in April 1917 at the attack at Thelus, on Vimy Ridge. His body was never recovered, listed as killed in action. His name appears on the Vimy Memorial in France.
Sapper John William Tribble was a member of the 4th Divisional Signals Company. He died in October of 1917 of unknown causes. He is buried in the Nine Elms British Cemetery, Belgium.
Private William James Martin served with 47th Battalion, he died in May 1917 at the age of 35. He is buried in La Chaudiere Military Cemetery, Vimy, France.
Frederick Alexander was a private with the 15th Machine Gun Company. He died of severe head wounds from shrapnel on November 11th, 1917. He is buried at the Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
OUR FALLEN HEROES
1914 - 1918
1939- Wm. SNELL -1945