Fonds MG 15.20 - Sgt. Charles J. MacLean fonds

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Sgt. Charles J. MacLean fonds

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NSSXA MG 15.20

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2 p. of textual records

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Charles J. MacLean was born in Baddeck on October 15, 1886, to parents Michael C. and Effie (Nicholson). During World War 1, he served with the 25th Battalion CEF in England and France and earned the title of Sergeant. Upon return, he married and had five children. MacLean died on November 25, 1947.

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Fonds consists of a poem written by Charles MacLean titled "Do You Remember?"

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