The Cenotaph in the All Saints Anglican Church is located at 3205 27th Street in the City of Vernon.
There are two plaques, one dedicated to those parishioners who served in World War I and the other to those who served in World War II. Between the two plaques is a memorial cross dedicated to the 2nd C.M.R.
1914-1918 R.I.P. Douglas Hamilton Arthur H. Steedman S. L. Marsh-Phillip Prosper Audy Edward D. Ashcroft Hunter G. Milne Charles Coleman Lancelot E. Ashcroft Ernest Smith Edward Wood William H. Cozens Arthur J. Morgan Arthur W. Platt Frank Fear Bernard Pritchard Charles M. Rendell John Mann Benjamin Y. Prismall Stewart M. Tees Frank Fauchon Edward G. Pearcey William Hope Edgar Corbett Humphrey Webb William S. Boyd Herbert F. Meyer Percival C. Rhodes Geoffrey C. Saunders William D. Holborne H. E. Homer Dixon Godfrey S. Schon Ernest Coleman R.W. Ford John Alexander Herbert Coleman Frank F. McGowen Norma Montcreiff William Hutchins James E.D. Lambert Edmund S. Wilmont Marcus Despard
MEN FROM ALL SAINTS CHURCH VERNON 9 1 3 9 9 R.I.P. 4 1 5 William Deeks, R.C.N. Robert Sheffield, C.A.O. Robert C. Dobie, R.C.A.F. Robert Byers, C.A.O. Ritz Coatsworth, " A. William Dungate, " Ernest Billard, " Francis Murray, " John Dalziel, " Edwin Berry, " A Cecil Denison, RAF Richard Locke, " Russell Borden, " John F. Mackie, " Geoffrey F. Mackie, " Walter M. Drummond, " Robert Weatherill, " Michael McGuire, " Raymond Hull, " George Bingley, R.C.A.F. A. Keith Pearson, " Alex McRae, " John P. Bishop, " Murray Ross, " William Swift, " Charles M. Butcher, " Frederick J.W. Saunders, " Roy Wright, " Kenneth E. Cullen, " Leslie Sparks, " David Janicki, " Bernard Barber, "