Signaller Robert Clarke Brown

Robert Clarke Brown was from Tweed, Ontario and enlisted there on January 11th, 1917. Assigned to the Canadian Field Artillery, he arrived in France on October 18th, 1917 where he was a signal man for his unit.

Robert was hit by shrapnel and wounded on April 3rd, 1918. After healing from his wound he rejoined his unit for the remainder of the war. He returned to Canada and was demobalized on March, 29th, 1919.

This account was provided by Robert Clarke Brown's relative, Lance Hogle.

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