The First World War
Officers of The Royal Canadian Regiment

Maj. Geoffrey G. Chrysler, M.C.

Soldiers of the First World War database entry - G.G. Chrysler

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M.C. Citation

SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 16 AUGUST, 1917; Issue number: 30234, Page number: 8392

Capt. Geoffrey Gordon Chrysler, Inf. - For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in leading his company into action through very heavy fire. Though very seriously wounded he remained in command, setting a splendid example to all ranks and very largely promoting the success of the attack. He had been wounded on two previous occasions.

The Connecting File, Vol XIII, No. 2, April 1934

Congratulations are extended to Lieut.-Colonel G.G. Chrysler, M.C., V.D., on his recent promotion to command the Governor General's Foot Guards. Lieut.-Colonel Chrysler served in The R.C.R. from 26th December, 1905 to 29th November, 1910.

The Connecting File, Vol XVII, No. 2, April 1938

Major W.G. Wurlete, M.C., has succeeded Lt.-Col. G.G. Chrysler, M.C., as Officer Commanding of the Governor General's Foot Guards. Both have served with the Regiment.

Date of Birth - 15 Dec 1880

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