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- Estabrooks, Charles William
- New Brunswick
This series consists of 1.5 cm of textual records.
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Charles William Estabrooks Was Born 1889 . He joined the 165th Battalion of the Canadian Army and served overseas from 1914 - 1918. While in Scotland he Married Jessie Matheson and they returned to Canada following his discharge .
Charlie was the oldest living members of the Sackville Citizen Band , In Addition he was a member of the Princess Louise Hussars military Band . His son Charles Jr. carries on the tradition as leader of the Citizen's band . Charles dies July 22 1960
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This series consists of correspondence from Lieutenant-Colonel Tim Ellis, Mary Bickerton, Association Secretary, Lieutenant-Colonel Corrigan, and others. The letters deal primarily with the establishment of the Gothic Line Monument in Italy, a regimental update, and Association business including: donations, requests for information, etc.
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8th Hussars Museum Archive.