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1896 - 1949 (52 years)
||Charles Alexander Sullivan |
||24 Aug 1896
||East Grand Forks, Minnesota 
||Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada 
|Stock taker, J R Booth |
||Attestation Paper (Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force) describes him as 5 foot 4, with a "red" (presumably ruddy) complexion, blue eyes and "prematurely grey" hair. |
|Cause of Death
||From a Memorandum to the Director of War Service Records, from the Canadian Pension Commission. Cause of death given as "Pulmonary oedema due to post-operative shock. Pulmonary tuberculosis, diabetes mellitis, cirrhosis of liver and carcinoma of colon." Next of kin listed as his sister Miss Evelyn Sullivan, 612 Gladstone St, Ottawa. |
||29 Jul 1949
- Emmett Sloan: Charles and [his brother] Ed were "accomplished drinkers."
- Fought in First World War, regimental number 514517.
||11 Nov 2012 |
||James Edward Sullivan, b. 19 Feb 1866, Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., New York , d. 7 Feb 1931, Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 64 years) |
||Anna Moran, b. 31 Jan 1871, Huntley township, Carleton Co., Ontario , d. 8 Aug 1939, Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ontario, Canada (Age 68 years) |
||26 Jun 1894
||Polk Co., Minnesota
- [S213] Oral Interview with Emmett Sloan, January 2007.
- [S116] Soldiers of the First World War .
RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 9411 - 20
- [S325] Ottawa City Directory 1913, (Might Directories), 785.