The entrance to the Soldier's Field where William Henry Parker rests.
Taken from The Chatham Daily News dated Dec 4 1944
CANADIAN LEGION ATTENDS FUNERAL
Funeral services for William Henry Parker were conducted Saturday afternoon at the Needham Memorial chapel, by Rev. Roy Mess, rector of Christ Church. The deceased, a well known resident of 25 Selkirk Street, passed away on Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, following a lengthy illness. Members of the Canadian Legion No. 28 of which the late Mr. Parker was a member, attended the services in a body. Interment was made in the Soldier's Plot, Maple Leaf Cemetery, with Don Rawlings, R.S. McFadden, Jack Foy, Jack Webber, Robert George and H. Brown acting as pall bearers. A firing squad from No. 12 B.T.C. acted as a guard of honor at the chapel and the Last Post was sounded at the graveside.