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Rank Sgt., Lieutenant, Captain
Service # A470491
Unit # C.O.T.C. - Training Officer
Resident Dresden


Born 22/08/1905 in Dresden, ON. Prior to enlisting Frank taught at the Dresden Continuation School and served in the Militia.

He enlisted 7/01/1941 as a Lieutenant, promoted to a Captan at No. 12 BTC in Chatham, ON. In February of 1941

Lieut Brown was reported leaving for an “intensive machine gun course” in Kitchener for the next two weeks. DT 20/02/42 The DT reported Captain Brown home on the weekend with his family in Dresden

The DT 13/08/42 reported that Lieut. Brown was stationed at Kitchener when he spent a week-end with his family in Dresden. Frank would be home from Camp Borden for a few days. DT 3/09/42

Captain Brown, stationed in Windsor, was home with his family for Easter. DT 29/04/43  It was reported that Captain Brown was on a weekend leave in Dresden to visit his family. TD 5/08/43

In February of 1944 Capt. Brown of Chatham spent a weekend at his home in Dresden. TD 10/02/44  Capt. Brown was stationed in London, ON., when he returned to Chatham to have Christmas with his wife and family. CDN 28/12/44

In 1980 Frank was still living in Dresden, he passed away 13/12/1987 



Sources 2KRMR, CM-IODE(P), CDN (11/04/44)
Supplemental Information Appears on the ‘Muster Roll’ of the 2nd Bn., Kent Regiment (MG), N.P.A.N. (date unknown).

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