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Memorable Manitobans: Charles H. Moore (1887-?)

Dental surgeon.

Born at Owen Sound, Grey county, Ontario, 1887, son of William T. Moore and Isabelle Emilie. Educated at Owen Sound Public and High Schools, Royal College of Dental Surgeons. English stock; grandfather came to Canada, settled in Grey county; father, deputy sheriff of Grey. Captain Moore graduated in 1909, came to Winnipeg and opened practice. Joined Canadian Expedtionary Force (C.A.D.C.), spring of 1915; gazetted Captain; overseas and attached 5thArtillery; France, January 1916, 5th Artillery at Neuve Eglise; here until June 1916; Canadian Base Hospital at Harfleur; Canadian Base at Etaples, England, 1917; attached Kitchener Hospital, Brighton; attached North Camp, Seaford; Canada, July 1918; discharged. Member, Manitoba Dental Association. Member, Masonic Fraternity. Member Winnipeg Golf Club. Presbyterian. Address, Medical Arts Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba.


Pioneers and Prominent People of Manitoba, Winnipeg: Canadian Publicity Company, 1925.

Page revised: 9 August 2009

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