Honour & Remember

Strathroy Cenotaph

Strathroy's Cenotaph is located in front of the town's public library and museum on Frank Street. From the 402 take Hickory Drive to the lights at Caradoc Street, continue to the next set of signal lights and turn right. Cenotaph is on your left. The location chosen next to the town hall and in front of the Armoury. The armoury was torn down in the 1960's and replaced with the library a nd museum complex. The cenotaph, however, remained on its original foot print 

For more information about the history of the Strathroy Cenotaph please click here.


We encourage you to learn the stories behind the names that are inscribed on the cenotaph memorials located within our community.

Strathroy Museum volunteer John Sargeant has worked with staff to put together a comprehensive profile of each name listed, using resources from the museum collection, local history resources at the library, online sources and the collections available through Library & Archives Canada. We also acknowledge the assistance of folks from all over the world who photographed grave markers.

Visitors can access this information by visiting the museum website for profiles on each soldier. We will remember them.