1. Memorial:Halifax (Fairview Lawn) CemeteryL. 423. R. 2. S. 5. G. 423.

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Family :

Charles Berringer was born 10 April 1869 in St Margaret’s Bay, Halifax County, and is the son of William Charles Berringer and Susan Harnish of 69, Shirley St., Halifax. He married Mary “May” Alice Berringer and they lived at 49 Almond Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Military :


Unit :63rd Regiment (Halifax Rifles) Canadian Militia 
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Service Numbers: 414137 and 4361.

He joined the 49th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force on 26 April 1915 and was Struck off Strength on 22 May 1915 in Halifax.
He was a Band Sergeant in the 63rd Regiment, who died suddenly of the dilatation of the heart, following acute Pneumonia while serving in Halifax on 9 February 1916. He is buried in the Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax.

He was awarded the British War Medal.

Their son is Thomas Lloyd Berringer, who was born on 1 December 1893 in Fredericton NB (they lived at 49 Almon St in Halifax, NS), and he married Daisy Gertrude Sheehan in 1919 in Halifax.

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Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Royal Standard No. 398 E.C.Montreal & Halifax

11th February 1908
24th March 1908
31st March 1908

The names of those brethren who fell are taken from the monument formerly located in the foyer of the Masonic Hall on Barrington Street, which now resides in the banquet room of the Masonic Hall on Coronation Avenue in Halifax, NS.

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