Fonds MS113 - A. F. "Tony" Charters

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A. F. "Tony" Charters

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  • 1963 (Creation)
    Charters, A.F. “Tony”

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Lt. Tony Charters was the captain of the winning team from Camp Gagetown’s #3 Signal Squadron, Corps of Signals, for the event held on 7 Feb 1963 to mark the 150th anniversary of the winter march of the 104th Regiment of Foot from Fredericton to Kingston ON. The event was held on the St. John River from Oromocto to Fredericton.

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The series consist of clippings from the Daily Gleaner, 8 Feb 1963 and the Camp Gagetown Gazette, 14 Feb 1963, and a photo of the commemorative tray showing the route of the march of the 104th Reg’t.

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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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See also the set of 15 photos recording the March received from DND through Lt. Gen. Sansom (MS44 / 508)

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