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Charles Frederick Roy
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Charles Frederick Roy 326956 Gunner 5th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery February 19, 1886 Yarmouth, NS May 4, 1916 Fredericton NB Yarmouth, NS 30 5 feet, 5½ inches dark grey brown 11th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery (12 years) Married Printer Church of England Mrs. Alice Roy (Wife), Box 474, Yarmouth, NS March 10, 1919 (Halifax on demobilization) February 15, 1967 Charles Roy first enlistment with the Canadian army Dental Corps at Halifax on December 26, 1915. On May 1, 1916 he transferred to the 58th Howitzer Battery, 4th Brigade at Halifax, NS He went overseas on the SS Metagama arriving in England on September 23, 1916. He crossed to France and joined the 82nd Howitzer Battery, 15th Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery on March 21, 1917. He served in France for twenty-three months. On November 13, 1917 he was admitted to hospital the result of injury from a gas shell explosion. He returned to the field on November 19, 1917. He returned to Canada on the Princess Juliana on February 17, 1919 and was discharged on demobilization March 10, 1919.