ADAMS, CLARENCE

Birthdate
Birthplace
Assiniboine Reserve Sintaluta, Saskatchewan, Canada
Age
21
Parents
Son of James and Tina Adams of Sintaluta, Saskatchewan, Canada
Religion
United Church of Canada
Occupation
Laborer
Service number
B/98233
Engagement
1942-02-07, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Disembarked
1944-08-05, France
Date of death
1944-12-19
Died
Belgium, Died of wounds (accident)
Force
Rank
Regiment (Fallen buddies)
Awards
Royal Canadian Infantry Corps
Plot 10 | Row G | Grave 7
Military grave
Additional info

Overseas on October 29, 1942.

Att to 10Bn C.B.R.G.

Died, Gunshot wound, chest.

I concur in the report of the Court. B/98233 Pte Adams C. succumbed to a self-administrated gunshot wound on the night of 18/19 Dec 44. There is no evidence to indicate foul play on the part of other persons. Major J.L. Blue - 10 C.B.R. Bn.

B/98233 Pte Adams C. was not on duty when fatally injured.
Indications point to suicide following excessive drinking, but this is not conclusively proved. Under the circumstances I consider that it can be only said that Pte Adams C. was accidentally killed. Brig Comd G.S.N. Gostling - 2nd Can Base Rft Gp.