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Carleton Place c.1910 taken from the town hall looking North
Commerative Mural dedicated to Capt A. Roy Brown
Moore House - Home of the Roy Brown Museum at 170 Bridge Street in Carleton Place.
One of the Roy Brown Museum displays dedicated to Capt. A. Roy Brown
Ontarion Heritage Foundattion plaque
Gravestone of Captain Arthur Roy Brown (1893 - 1944) and his wife, Edythe Moneypenny (1896 - 1988) at the Necropolis Cemetery in Toronto
Mill Street - Hub of the Brown family business
Carol Nicholson (red jacket) neice of Roy Brown and her family. Note the gentleman in center bottom (wearing top full coat) is Mr. Daniel Von Richthofen. He is a distant relative of the Red Baron.
Robert Probert MC in front of the mural during the dedication in 2013 (Photos by Wayne Cuddington, Ottawa Citizen)
Mural Dedication Fall of 2013 (Photos by Wayne Cuddington, Ottawa Citizen)
Brown Family Portrait
Central School in Carleton Place, Ontario
Roy Brown and Stearne Tighe Edwards (1915)
Victoria High School Basketball Team (1914) Edmonton, AB
Carleton Place Hockey Team (1912)
Carleton Place Baseball Team (1912)
Family Reunion - Brown family and extended friends at Lake Park
Nov 1917 - Jan 1918 - Roy with his mother, Mary Flett Brown
Portrait of Roy Brown
Wedding Announcement - Roy Brown married Edythe Lois Monypenny in Toronto. Feb., 19th, 1920
Artists depiction of Roy Brown saving Wop May by attacking Baron Von Richthofen
Pilot License of Roy Brown
Flying Replica of Roy's 1918 Sopwith Camel B7270
Profile depiction of Roy's 1918 Sopwith Camel B7270
Walter Sussan, Stearne Edwards, Murray Galbraith and Roy Brown at the Wright School, where they were known as the Hobo Quartet
Roy sitting at the controls of a Wright School airplane.
Squadron 209 Emblem - The Red Eagle Falling
Captain Roy Brown Banner
Artist depiction of a Fokker Triplane chasing a Bristol F2B
Painting by Charles H. Hubbell titled "End of Richthofen"
Artist depiction of two Sopwith Camels
Baron Von Richthofen (the Red Baron)
Red Barons Fokker at Bertangles being picked apart by souvenir hunters
Red Baron plane wreckage
Red Barons Fokker at Bertangles now being guarded from souvenir hunters
Baron Richthofen Field surface examination report. The body was not opened.
Roy Browns report on downing of Von Richthofen plane
In 1925 Richthofen’s body is transferred from France to Germany in an elaborate state funeral attended by Paul von Hindenburg. Richthofen is interred in Berlin’s Invalidenfriedhof (Invaliden Cemetery).
Australian troops lower Richthofen's casket in Bertangles Cmetery.
Austalian troops leading Richthofen's casket on way to Bertangles Cemetery
Australian troops firing a gun salute at Baron von Richthofen's funeral, Bertangles Cemetery.
Australian troops march with Richthofen's body during 1918 funeral
The body of Manfred Baron Von Richthofen
The Red Baron’s fourth and final burial was at Wiesbaden’s Südfriedhof (South Cemetery) in 1975, where he now rests among other Richthofen family members.