The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Brevet Major Archibald Hugh Carfrae Campbell

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - A.H.C. Campbell

Lieut. A.H.C. Campbell

Lieut. A.H.C. Campbell.
Photo from the Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919

Capt. A.H.C. Campbell

Capt. A.H.C. Campbell, Valcartier Camp, 1920

Capt. & Brevet Major A.H.C. Campbell

Capt. & Brevet Major A.H.C. Campbell

Capt. & Brevet Major A.H.C. Campbell

Capt. & Brevet Major A.H.C. Campbell

Major A.H.C. Campbell, OC D Coy, 1936

Major A.H.C. Campbell

Service:

Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919

Campbell, Archibal Hugh Carfrae; R.C.R., Montreal; E. September '09, from St. Alban's Cathedral Sc., Toronto; aged 14-2; L. December '11; ward of J.W. Dick, Civil Service, Toronto. Enlisted, September 11, 1914; Lt. R.C.R., O.S., August 25, 1915; France, November 1, 1915; danderously wounded, February 26, 1916; ill, September 3, 1917; ret'd from O.S., November 21, 1917; attd. Cam. Mily. Police Corps, June 14, 1918 - January 23, 1920.

Date of Birth - 11 Jun 1895

Lt.-Col. Campbell's son died while serving with The RCR in the Second World War (CVWM)

"In memory of Lieutenant Geoffrey Nigel Carfrae Campbell who died on March 4, 1944. Age: 22. Unit: Royal Canadian Regiment. Son of Lt.-Col. Archibald Hugh Carfrae Campbell and Phyllis Clarke Campbell, of St. Thomas, Barbados."


With appreciation to David Black, a member of the CEF Study Group, who discovered the photo and details on Lieut. Campbell in the Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919.

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