Fonds MS67 - Charles W. Darcus

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Charles W. Darcus

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  • 1893 - 1918 (Creation)
    Darcus, Charles William

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Charles Darcus, born Dublin, Ireland on 22 Feb 1893, emigrated to Canada and married Anna Naomi I. Staveley on 17 March 1915 in Fredericton. He enlisted in the 26th Battalion CEF on 28 Nov 1914 but was killed in action near Cherisy, France on 28 Aug 1918.

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The series consists of the records of Charles Darcus, including correspondence, clippings and a postcard.

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This collection was donated by Mrs. Anna Darcus-Hodder of Victoria, British Columbia in 1966 (FRM acc. 69.753).


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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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Fredericton Region Museum accessions 1969.2648.1, Silver Cross, inscribed L-cpl C.W.Darcus and 1969.753.2, Copper memorial plate for Charles Darcus

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