Remembering those who fought in the Great War.

Charles Armour Oetegenn

SON OF MARGARET OETEGENN, OF GREENOCK, SCOTLAND, AND THE LATE CHARLES OETEGENN; HUSBAND OF C. AGNES OETEGENN, OF 150, 58TH AVENUE EAST, SOUTH VANCOUVER. Charles died in a fall. His wife died shortly after. His children were placed in a Catholic orphanage. Charles enlisted into the C.E.F. at Calgary Alberta on June 15th 1915 listing his occupation as Carpenter