Sam served in England during World War II and married Elizabeth in 1941; they moved to Canada in April, 1947.** Sam, Radcliffe and their wives lived with Isabel Radcliffe on Binscarth Rd., Toronto for a period of time after the war.^
Elizabeth returned to England in 1952 after Sam's death and lived in Nelson, Lancashire until her death in 1980. She is buried with her parents and grandparents in the Wheatley Lane Church graveyard.**
¹ Registration of Births and Stillbirths, 1869 - 1909, MS929 Reel 181, Archives of Ontario, Toronto. The entry is: "Loghrin Samuel (Frederick Scholz)" with "Monteith"written on the line above and "Loghrin Samuel Monteith" written below. There is a signature at the bottom of the entry, "E. Scholz", dated "Oct. 23/22".
² Buried in the Scholz family plot, Avondale Cemetery, Stratford
³Samuel Monteith Loghrin's four letters to his sons, Radcliffe and Frederick Loghrin, regarding news from England during WW I, 1915 and 1916. Collection of records held by Douglas A. Hill.
* Jane Hurst's e-mail message, "Re: Rad Loghrin", to Tom Loghrin, Aug. 4, 2004.
** Hilary Bradshaw in an email message, "Samuel Monteith Loghrin", to Tom Loghrin, Mar. 28, 2013.
^ Douglas A. Hill's email message, "Life of Radcliffe Loghrin", to Tom Loghrin, July 31, 2004.