Historic Sites of Manitoba: St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (160 Ethelbert Street, Winnipeg)

The red brick and stone structure for St. Margaret’s Anglican Church in Winnipeg was designed by local architects David W. F. Nichols and James P. West, built in 1912 by contractor T. Hinds. An honour roll display inside the church commemorates parishioners who served and were killed during the First World War and Second World War. The church continues to serve its congregation.

St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (November 2015)
Source: George Penner

St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (March 2020)
Source: Rose Kuzina

Interior of St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

Interior of St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (June 2017)
Source: George Penner

First World War Honour Roll in St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

First World War Honour Roll in St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (April 2019)
Source: Darryl Toews

Second World War Honour Roll in St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

Second World War Honour Roll in St. Margaret’s Anglican Church (April 2019)
Source: Darryl Toews

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.88189, W97.16764
denoted by symbol on the map above

First World War





Birth Date

Death Date

Ralph Agger
[Next of Kin]

Railway Clerk (CPR)

46th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


12 July 1895

29 September 1917

Charles Arthur Boyce


10th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


7 August 1874

6 December 1917

Donald Patrick Brown MM

Civil Engineer

Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians)

Lance Corporal

5 May 1892

3 April 1918

John Colin Fingland


1st Canadian Mounted Rifles


13 October 1897

29 September 1918

Herbert W. Hawker


27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


9 June 1892

3 October 1916

Reginald Arthur Hughes


3rd Field Ambulance, Canadian Army Medical Corps


20 July 1893

27 January 1915

Willey Kirkpatrick
[Next of Kin]


8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


22 January 1893

9 August 1918

Reginald Alfred Minchinton
[Next of Kin]


8th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


5 October 1894

10 November 1917

Sidford Ruddell
[Next of Kin]


78th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


30 December 1877

4 December 1916

Charles Russell Stinson MC
[Brandon Armoury, Canadian Club, Next of Kin, St. Matthew's Anglican, UGG]

Grain Salesman

27th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


25 August 1886

6 November 1917

George Baxby Syddall
[Bank of Commerce, Next of Kin]


Canadian Infantry & 65 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps


1 October 1887

4 January 1918

Ralph Gurney Vincent
[Next of Kin]

Farm Hand

44th Battalion, Canadian Infantry


11 August 1894

14 October 1916

Frederick Charles Woodford
[Next of Kin]


43rd Battalion, Canadian Infantry


18 December 1890

17 February 1917

Thomas Zachary Woods

Veterinary Surgeon

Canadian Army Veterinary Corps


22 June 1868

9 April 1916

William Chamberlain Perkin

Cabinet Maker

Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry


27 October 1878

18 May 1915

Second World War




Birth Date

Death Date

Douglas Milburne Bain

SS Empire Wave, Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve


1 March 1912

1 October 1941

Gordon Fred Cyril Brown

Royal Canadian Air Force

Aircraftman 2nd Class

23 February 1921

15 August 1941

Douglas Cowie





Frederick Chaffer Howard

HMCS Ottawa, Royal Canadian Navy


17 February 1923

13 September 1942

Lawerence Beverley Neff

Royal Canadian Air Force

Flight Sergeant

20 December 1901

18 March 1943

Ronald George Walters

Royal Canadian Air Force


19 July 1920

29 August 1942

William Francis Woolgar

Royal Canadian Air Force

Flying Officer

10 May 1924

6 September 1944

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: David William Fair Nichols (1881-1951)

Memorable Manitobans: James Pender West (1868-1939)


Saint Margaret's Anglican Church, 160 Ethelbert Street by Murray Peterson, Peterson Projects, February 2009.

This page was prepared by George Penner, Darryl Toews, Rose Kuzina, and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 November 2021

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