Mount Monroe

British Columbia. Mount
N of McBride, S of McKale River
53°23’50” N 120°10’44” W — Map 93H/8 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1965
Official in BCCanada
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Named in remembrance of Canadian Army Lance Corporal Stanley James Monroe, K41218, from McBride. Serving with the Canadian Forestry Corps when he was killed 1 July 1942, age 24. Location and circumstances of his death not cited; buried at McBride Cemetery, Plot 6, Grave 4.

Parents: Adrian A. Monroe and Lela A. Monroe, McBride.

References:

  • McBride cemetary. Grave markers. 2000
  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Mount Monroe
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