|Date of Birth:||Dec 17, 1889|
|Location at Birth:||Claybrooke, Leicestershire, England|
|Date of Passing:||Oct 20, 1974|
|Location at Passing:||Surrey, BC, Canada|
MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) for service in the Arctic.
Ranger Force Career
|Date Enlisted:||Mar 14, 1936|
|Date Discharged:||Jun 30, 1939|
|Length of Service:||3 years 4 months|
|Rank||Start Y-M-D||End Y-M-D|
|Acting Chief Ranger||1936||Mar||14||1937||Jun||25|
Beyond the Ranger Force
Reg. # 5694
Joined RNWMP on August 9, 1913 in Regina, SK.
Posted to Depot, “K” (AB), “M” (YT), “G” (NWT), and “N”.
Ended service on August 8, 1937.
Armed Forces History
Served in World War I.
C.E.F. Service #2684153.
From the Library
|Personnel Records of the First World War, ANDERTON, Frederick|
|Attribution||Library and Archives Canada, RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 173 - 36|
|Newfoundland Ranger Nelson Forward's (Regt. #37) birthday party, Whitbourne, with the 2nd Contingent|
|Attribution||The Rooms Provincial Archives, MG 612, Series VA 126-128 VA 128-15.1|
Note Chief Ranger and Mrs. Anderton to the left and right of Nelson Forward, centre.
|Major F. Anderton and Inspector R.D. Fraser, Chief Rangers|
|Attribution||The Rooms Provincial Archives, MG 612, Series VA 126-128 VA 127-13.1|
|Major Anderton, Chief Ranger, Newfoundland Ranger Force|
|Attribution||The Rooms Provincial Archives, MG 612, Series VA 126-128 VA 127-5.1|
|Photo of Chief Rangers at Whitbourne|
|Attribution||The Rooms Provincial Archives, MG 612, Series VA 126-128 VA 127-2.1|
Men identified as Inspector R.D. Fraser; Major L.T. Stick and Major F. Anderton.
Stick served as Chief Ranger from 1935-1936. Anderton was Chief Ranger from 1936-1939, and Fraser served as Chief Ranger from 1939-1944.