Memorial Cross awarded to Merrill Davidson Walker, Leading Patrolman, RCNVR; HMCS Bytown (Ottawa) who died on active service, 21 December 1945.
It is difficult to account for all of the members of the Royal Canadian Navy Police services who were fatal casualties or died while on active service. Ship's Corporals, Regulating Staff and Masters At Arms were often recorded by their rank rather than their rating.
The following sailors are known to have served on Naval Police or Regulating Duties. This list will be updated as more information is acquired.
|NAME||RANK||NUMBER||DATE OF DEATH||PAGE IN BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE||UNIT||GRAVE LOCATION|
|Patrolman||V 63822||18 July 1945||506||RCNVR|| Colchester Memorial Cemetary Ontario|
|Leading Patrolman||V 16082||14 June 1944||300||RCNVR|
|Mountain View Cemetary, Thunder Bay Ontario|
Plot 2 Grave 103
|Leading Patrolman||V 86787||8 April 1947||596||RCNVR|
|Mount Pleasant Cemetary, Toronto Ontario|
Section 42 Grave 1081
|Patrolman||A 1464||10 December 1943||174||RCNR|
|Gate Of Heaven Cemetary, Bedford Nova Scotia|
Sec. 4 Plot G Grave 49A.
|Leading Patrolman||A 6002||27 December 1945||549||RCNR|
|Riverside Cemetary, Thunder Bay Ontario|
Sec. 5. Plot 23.
|Leading Patrolman||V 77870||27 March 1947||598||RCNVR|
|St. Johns Norway Cemetary, Toronto Ontario|
Sec. 11. Range 26 Grave 40.
|Leading Patrolman||V 69072||21 December 1945||573||RCNVR|
|St. Andrew's Presbyterian Cemetary, Fort Coulonge Quebec |