Woodrow, Charles Sydney: Captain

Digitized Service Record not available at date of post.

Source: Letter re. Lt. Krug’s soldier’s page.

Involved in the defense of eighteen soldiers of the Horse Transport at C.A.S.C. Depot at Bramshott Camp, England where these men where charged with mutiny. See Mantle, Craig Leslie, 2007. Polished Leathers and Gleaming Steel: Charges if Mutiny in the Canadian Army Service Corps at Bramshott Camp, England, November 1917, Mantle, C.L. ed. The Apathetic and Defiant: Case studies of Canadian Mutiny and Disobedience, 1812 to 1919. The Dundurn Group and Canad Defense Academy Press. pp 407 – 462.

Screen capture of the London Gazette dated April 8, 1904 showing the appointment of this soldier to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. At this time Lt. Woodrow was attached to the Scottish Horse.

Screen capture of the London Gazette dated April 8, 1904 showing the appointment of this soldier to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. At this time Lt. Woodrow was attached to the Scottish Horse.

Charles Sydney Woodrow, of the City of Sarnia, Esquire, Barrister-at- 
Law, to be a Police Magistrate in and for the County of Lambton. — Gazette, 
October 21st.
Source: Ontario Sessional Papers, 1923, No.5-12

685620a 685621a 685621b reference in The Apathetic and the Defiant

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