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Memorial Number: 35059-112
Type: Regimental Colours and brass plaque
Location: Knox Presbyterian Church
Address: 120 Lisgar Street
Surveyor: Richard Turcotte
Photo Credit: Richard Turcotte
This memorial, a Regimental and King’s Colours display and plaque is dedicated to the memory of those who served in the 207th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. The Regimental Colours were donated by the American Bank Note Company and presented to the Battalion on parliament Hill on November 18, 1916 by Major General Hon. Sir Sam Hughes, K.C.B., M.P.
COLOURS OF THE 207th (OTTAWA CARLETON) BATTALION
CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
Lt Col. C.W. MacLEAN, OFFICER COMMANDING.
THE AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY AND ITS EMPLOYEES
PRESENTED TO THE BATTALION
ON PARLIAMENT HILL, NOVEMBER 18th, 1916
MAJOR GENERAL HON. SIR SAM HUGHES, K.C.B., M.P.
PLACED IN SANCTUARY, IN KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
NOVEMBER 16th 1919