CEF Soldier Detail

Captain Arthur Carlisle
Died: January 5, 1943

Regimental Number:
NA
Survived War:
Yes
Force:
Army
Regiment:
Canadian Infantry
Battalion:
18th Battalion
Company:
Place of Birth:
Portsmouth
Country:
Next of Kin:
Thomas Carlisle, Molson Bank, Montreal, Quebec
Address at Enlistment:
Date of Birth:
November 29, 1881
Trade or Calling:
Clergyman
Marital Status:
Single
Prior Military Experience:
No
Place of Enlistment:
West Sandling Camp, England
Date of Enlistment:
May 15, 1915
Age at enlistment:
33
Height:
Chest:
Expansion:
Religion:
Unknown
Enlisted or Conscripted:
Enlisted
Saw service in:
Europe    
Cause of Death:
Survived
Battle Died/Wounded:
Date of Death:
January 5, 1943
Age at Death:
61
Buried at:
Plot:
Commemorated:
 
Prisoner of war:
No
Interned:
Gender:
Male
Ethnic Origin:
Not Specified
LAC Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 1Box 1492 - 19
Research Notes
Page 2 of Attestation Papers - data not legible.
Rank Regiment Unit Company
Captain Canadian Infantry 18th Battalion
Chaplain Canadian Infantry 18th Battalion
Quoted in the Globe and Mail of January 21, Pg 2 with commentary on distribution of handbills for a meeting, by Sinn Fein in the Windsor area.  Article states he is: "Rev. Arthur Carlisle, rector of All Saints' Church, who went overseas as Chaplain of the 18th Battalion." and his quote was "Such a meeting may be all right in Detroit, but the person responsible for the literature being distributed in Windsor should be tarred and feathered.".
TypeDateDescription
Letter 12/8/1915 Death of Pte. Thomas James Piper, 18th Battalion W.O.R., C.E.F.