Captain A. Roy Brown Memorial

Proposed Site of Memorial Statue

The Captain Roy Brown memorial statue will be located adjacent to the Moore House, current home to the Roy Brown Museum at 170 Bridge Street in Carleton Place, Ontario.

Concept Drawing Memorial Park

The memorial will consist of a life sized Roy Brown, bronze statue, sitting on the end of a raised stone wall. One of Roy's hands s is extended and holding his Distinguished Service Cross while looking slightly skyward in contemplation. There is a raised area beside Roy for visitors to stand on for photo opportunities. There is a light standard circa industrial 1900 with a metal shade behind Roy. A full sized cast bronze propeller leans against the lamp post. A small area surrounded by a low stone wall representing old WW1 era destroyed buildings completes the memorial.



MP Scott Reid commemorating the April 21st anniversary of Captain Roy Brown's downing of the Red Baron, in Parliament on April 19th, 2018.





Dedication of the Captain A.Roy Brown mural in Carleton Place, Ontario held on November 13, 2012.





Letter of support: Randy Hillier MPP

Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington.

Endorsing the joint proposal submitted by the Roy Brown Society and the Town of Carleton Place for a monument commemorating Canadian war hero and ace Captain Roy Brown

  • Randy Hillier Letter of Support

Letter of support: Scott Reid, MP

Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington
  • Scott Reid, MP Letter of Support
  • Scott Reid, MP Letter of Support
  • Scott Reid, MP Letter of Support


Letter of support: Jerry Flynn Deputy Mayor

Corporation of the Town of Carleton Place

Supporting the proposal of funding for the commissioning of a monument to commemorate one of our local war heroes, Captain A. Roy Brown.

  • Randy Hillier Letter of Support