Submitted by Christine Gorman
From the Daily Examiner, July 17, 1909
The Contingent for Petawawa - Artillerymen left by Special Train Today.
The P. E. Island contingent of artillery consisting of 120 men left by special train this morning for Summerside.
No. 2 Company's quota was composed of the following:--
Lieuts. Jordan, Bayer and Bethune.
Sergt. Major F. Murray.
Q.M.S. A. McKenna.
Sergts: R. Diamond, L. Seaman, J. Monaghan, S. Bagnall, H. Smith.
Corps: R. Sterns, W. VanIderstine, R. Seaman,
Bombs: H. Sellar, H. J. McLeod, G. McQuaid, G. Campbell, G. Adams, J. McKenna, J. Hennessey, V. Saunders, H. Palmer, J. Saunders, J. Daly, C. Hamm, A. Seaman, F. Dorsey, G. McKenna, J. G. Bennett, W. Grant, E. Nicholson.
No. 1 Company's quota was composed as follows:--
Major Leigh, in command.
Capts. Prowse and Webster.
Lieuts. McKay, Garnhum, and Stanley.
Sergt-Majors T. Howatt and D. Ferguson.
Q.M.S. E. Heartz.
Sergts. C. McIntyre, W. L . Smith, McCaulder, Prowse.
Crops: McCabe, Wakeling.
Bombs: Landrigan, Huntley, E. Trainor, N. McLeod.
Signalling Sergt: J. Murley.
G. V. Essory
A. L. Crockett
J. A. Murphy
P. J. McKenna
The Officers with No. 3 Company's quota are Major Sterns, Lieuts. McKay, McQuaid and Robertson.