The annual November 11th Remembrance Day ceremony in Chelsea is held at the Pioneer Cemetery at the grave of Private Richard Rowland Thomson. His Boer War Heroism was recognized by the "The Queen's Scarf of Honour", one of only eight in the world, crocheted by Queen Victoria herself.
The Chelsea Cenotaph at the Pioneer Cemetery honours the lives of those who were lost during active service of World War I and II. The Cenotapth displays the names and details of 11 men from Chelsea. These names were initially published in the article "The Chelsea Cenotaph Story" written by Allan Richens in Up the Gatineau! Volume 28
The following are the name plaques mounted on the Cenotaph (click on a name below).