Picture St. Marys
C.J. Dickenson
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Acting Company Sergeant- Major C.J. Dickenson (December 17, 1897- October 16, 1918)

Clesson John Dickenson was born near Anderson, Blanshard Township and was a graduate of St. Marys Collegiate Institute.
After completing initial training in Ottawa, Dickenson moved to the depot at Belleville in January 1918. That fall, Dickenson fell victim to the Spanish Influenza epidemic, and died on October 16, 1918.
Dickenson is buried in the St. Marys Cemetery. His grave is one of only ten is St. Marys which are considered war graves.
Notes
Condition: Fair. Photo is quite faded and tarnished.
Dimensions
Width: 24.8 cm
Height: 30 cm
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 15.2cm
Image Height: 20.3cm
Subject(s)
Local identifier
2529ph
Collection
St. Marys Museum Photo Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.25009 Longitude: -81.13304
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation
"C.J. Dickenson." St. Marys Museum, 2529ph.
Terms of Use
Reproduction of digital objects is restricted to fair use for personal study or research; any other use must be done with permission of copyright holder.
Reproduction Notes
This image is a watermarked low resolution reproduction.
High resolution images are available at the St. Marys Museum for a fee.
Contact
St. Marys Museum
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

177 Church Street South,

P.O. Box 998,

St. Marys, Ontario.

N4X 1B6

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C.J. Dickenson


Acting Company Sergeant- Major C.J. Dickenson (December 17, 1897- October 16, 1918)

Clesson John Dickenson was born near Anderson, Blanshard Township and was a graduate of St. Marys Collegiate Institute.
After completing initial training in Ottawa, Dickenson moved to the depot at Belleville in January 1918. That fall, Dickenson fell victim to the Spanish Influenza epidemic, and died on October 16, 1918.
Dickenson is buried in the St. Marys Cemetery. His grave is one of only ten is St. Marys which are considered war graves.