Charles E. StingelForce:ArmyUnit:Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)Division:52nd Battalion/3rd BattalionRegimental Number:438072Rank:Corporal Date of Birth:August 15, 1889 Place of Birth:Carleton, Yarmouth Co., Nova ScotiaTrade:Locomotive Fireman (Canadian Pacific Railway, Fort William, Ontario)Marital Status:SinglePlace of Enlistment:Fort William, OntarioAddress at Enlistment:Fort William, OntarioDate of Enlistment:December 19, 1914Age at Enlistment:25Prior Military Experience:NoNext of Kin:Ronald Stingel, Carleton, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia (Father) Address at Enlistment:Fort William, OntarioDate of Death:April 9, 1917 Age at Death:28Cause of Death:Killed in Action (Vimy Ridge)Read: Letters from the Front (letters written by Charles Stingel)Buried at:Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France Grave Reference:II. A. 17.Thelus village, which stands on the Vimy Ridge, was captured by the Canadian Corps on the 9th April, 1917, and it remained in British hands until the end of the War. The commune contains Battle Memorials of the 1st Canadian Division and (at Les Tilleuls) the Canadian Artillery. Bois-Carre British Cemetery was begun by units of the 1st Canadian Division in April 1917, and used until the following June.Commemorated on Page 333 of the First World War Book of Remembrance.