The Order of Battle for the Canadian Corps during World War One included the 32nd Field Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery (CFA), in the 8th Army Brigade. One memorable gunner who served in that unit was Sergeant Walter Ray Estabrooks. He enlisted in the spring of 1916 with the 65th Depot Battery at Woodstock, New Brunswick. Here, on the 9th of April, he was issued a uniform and service number 335805. Walter Estabrooks would go on to become part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) and participated in what came to be known as “The Great War.” This extraordinary soldier was my grandfather.
Skaarup, Hal A.
"Whiz Bangs and Whoolly Bears: Walter Estabrooks and the Great War, Compiled from His Diary and Letters,"
Canadian Military History: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholars.wlu.ca/cmh/vol4/iss2/7