Gunner George McCullock, MM was born in Woodstock, Ont. 23 Jul 1891. He was a bank clerk and enlisted with the 77th Depot Battery, Canadian Field Artillery, CEF. He was awarded the Military Cross while serving with the 31st Battery, 9th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery, CEF His citation reads:
For distinguished conduct and devotion to duty. During an intense bombardment 28th of March 1918, a dugout in which were Gunner McCULLOCK and another man, was hit, and caved in. These two men though stunned, and gassed, succeeded in digging themselves out, immediately after which they started to dig out a second dugout which had also been done in, burying Gnr HEWSON. They worked for over thirty minutes under most intense shell fire, before they succeeded in rescuing HEWSON who, undoubtedly would have been smothered had he remained as he was a few minutes longer.
Gunner McCullock was killed in action 8 August 1918 at the age of 27 and is interred at the Hourges Orchard Cemetery, Domart-Sur-La-Luce, Somme, France, grave B,21.