I believe that my father - in- law Dr. M.N. Omond held a similar position at the time of the first world war at Queen's. He was subsequently a chaplain overseas and then served in the army of occupation.
He was mentioned in dispatches in a document personally signed by Winston Churchill.
There may have been a discontinuity between his service and that of Padre Laverty and his service may have been forgotten because of that discontinuity.
His daughter Sheila and grand daughter Kristy and grandson Dr. Ross McKitrick also attended Queens.
I didn't and therefore am the black sheep of the family.
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