The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Major Ernest Louis Lerocq du Domaine

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - E.L.L. du Domaine

Lieut. Ernest Louis Lerocq du Domaine (1900)

Lieut. Ernest Louis Lerocq du Domaine. Photo taken while serving with the 3rd (Special Service) Battalion, The R.C.R., in Halifax, 1900.

Lieut. E.L.L. du Domaine (1906)

Lieut. E.L.L. du Domaine (1906).

Service:

Extract from The Times (London, England), Thursday March 30, 1933

Lieutenant-Colonel E.L. du Domaine and Miss M.I. Lancashire

The engagement is announced between Lieutenant-Colonel E.L. du Domaine, (late) The Royal Canadian Regiment, to Mary Irene, daughter of the late Henry Lancashire and of Mrs Lancashire, of Abbotsford, Cheltenham.

The Connecting File, September, 1949

In Memoriam (From the Gloster Echo)

Lieutenant Colonel Ernest Lerocq du Domaine died at his home. Newlandside, Sandylane, Charlton, Kings, Cheltenham, England, 6 September 1949.

Colonel du Domaine, who had been ill for some months, had lived in Cheltenham for 16 years.

British born, his father was a naturalized Englishman and his mother was English—he went out to Canada as a young man and joined The Royal Canadian Regiment.

He served continuously in the Regiment, taking part in the fighting in France during the First World War until his retirement in the 1920s.

A keen musician—he played a violin—he once played by Royal Command for Queen Victoria.

He leaves a widow and an adopted daughter and two sons of his first marriage are in business, one in Brantford, Ontario, and the other in Hollywood.

Date of Birth - 22 Sep 1873

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