VETERAN PROFILE

Soldier's Name: Flight Sub lieutenant Charles Torryburn Brimer

Branch of Service: Royal Navy Air Service

Regimental Information:

Years of Service: June 1915 to December 1916

Date of Birth: December, 6, 1897

Date of Death: December, 4, 1916

Circumstances/Details of Death: Presumed drowned while on English Channel Patrol

Home Address: 323 Markham Street, Toronto Ontario.

Parents' Names: Charles Oakly Brimer, Mary Bow Brimer

Additional Information:

Cemetery at Chatham naval memorial in Kent, United Kingdom

Wrote a letter that was received after he was reported missing to his parents, informing them of his qualification for a commission in the R.N.A.S at the head of his class.

"An 'old' boy of Harbord Collegiate Institute."

He took a course in flying at Newport News.

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