Many people buried at St. Luke's have interesting stories. Here are links to some of them.

Allan David Ballantyne is one of the Saanich residents remembered at the Saanich Remembers, Residents who Served in World War I website.

G. Perry (Johnnie) Bauchman is featured in an article in the Globe and Mail by his daughter, Laurel Bauchman.

Rev. William Barton is one of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club members whose biography is included at the Royal Victoria Yacht Club Great War Commemoration Project website.

Alfred Calder Bell is remembered at the Saanich Remembers, Residents who Served in World War I website.

Edmund Godfrey Burr discovered the principle of diffused lighting camouflage, which was used during WWII. See Wikipedia link and article in Fontanus, a scholarly journal edited and produced by McGill Librarians.

Colonel Herbert Thomas Goodland, C.B., D.S.O. - The Chilliwack Museum website and WWI Taunton Centenary website include information about Colonel Goodland.

Joyce Johnson is featured in a video produced by The Revera and Reel Youth Age is More Film Project and in a Saanich News article.

William Sweetland Morry - Read the story in the Peninsula News Review and view the CTV News story of how William's identity tag from World War I was found in a farmer's field in France.

Canon William Newton is featured in a blog entry at the Alberta Historic Places website.

Mehetabel Maud Roe Sankey along with seven of her nine children came to Canada after her husband was shot in Ireland. See A Story of the Sankeys in Ireland and My Sankey Ancestors.

James Stewart Simpson finally received a marker on his grave through the Last Post Fund. Read how this came about.

Harriet Stewart - Read about the family legend regarding the tree on Mrs. Stewart's plot.