1894 - 1917
||James Archibald Wylie |
||23 Mar 1894
||Almonte, Lanark North, Ontario, Canada 
||Vimy, , Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France 
- Casualty Details
Name: WYLIE, JAMES ARCHIBALD
Initials: J A
Regiment: Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)
Unit Text: 15th Bn.
Date of Death: 16/08/1917
Additional information: Son of the late James Watson Wylie and Alexandra Logie Wylie, of Almonte, Ontario.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Memorial: VIMY MEMORIAL
James died in the battle of Hill 70, a famous battle invovling large Canadian and British casualties.
||16 Aug 1917
||Lens, , Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France [1, 2]
- Killed in World War I while serving as a Lieutenant in the 15th battalion at Hill 70, Lens, France. 
||17 Apr 2006 |
||James Watson Wylie, b. 10 Mar 1861, Of, Burnside, Almonte, Ontario, Canada |
||Alexandra Helena Logie, b. 23 Aug 1863, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada , d. 27 Jul 1908 |
||2 Jan 1886
||Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 
- [S7562] E-mail from Robert Huggard to Lee Drew , (email@example.com), 28 Mar 2006.
- [S7569] Commonwealth War Graves Commission, ((online) www.cwgc.org), 28 Mar 2006.
- [S676] Letters - from Bob Huggard to Lee Drew, (1 Aug 2002, 9 May 2003).