1890 - 1960 (70 years)
||Charles Clarke Ballantyne |
||24 Jan 1890
||London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada [1, 2]
||WW1 - R. C. A. M. C.  |
- Battalion: Westcliffe Eye and Ear Hospital
Next of Kin: Prof. James B. Ballantyne, Father, 262 St. George St., Toronto, Ontario
Date of Enlistment: May 10, 1916
Captain Canadian Army Medical Corps Westcliffe Eye and Ear Hospital
CaptainCanadian Army Medical Corps2nd Training Depot
||WW2 - reserve 24th Field Ambulance |
||Galt (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
||Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada
|Eby ID Number
||9 May 1960 
||Mount View Cemetery, Cambridge, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada 
||16 Apr 2019 |
|Born - 24 Jan 1890 - London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada
|Occupation - Doctor - - Galt (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
|Occupation - physician - 1916 - Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada
|Married - 21 Feb 1918 - Folkestone, , Kent, England
|Buried - - Mount View Cemetery, Cambridge, Waterloo Region, Ontario, Canada
- BALLANTYNE, CHARLES CLARK was born in London, the son of Professor James Ballantyne, once Moderator of the Presbyterian Church. He was educated at Harbord Collegiate, at St. Andrews College, Aurora, and received his degree in Medicine from the University of Toronto in 1914. He served overseas in the R. C. A. M. C. for the duration of hostilities, and on his return went into ophthalmology and otolaryngology. He practiced for a few months in Kitchener with Dr. William Wallace before opening his own office in Galt. In addition to his appointments to the local hospitals, he received the appointment as Honorary Oculist, Canadian National Institute for the Blind. In World War Two he served in the reserve with the 24th, Field Ambulance. He died suddenly on May 9, 1960, and was survived by his son, Dr. James Ballantyne, and two daughters.1a
Doctors in Waterloo 1852-1925 by Dr. Alexander D. Campbell 1986
Charles Clarke Ballantyne was born Jan. 24, 1890, in London, Ont. Later he removed to Toronto, and acquired his preliminary education at St. Andrew's College. After matriculating from Harbord Collegiate in 1907 he spent one year in Arts, but later decided to enter Medicine, and joined the Year of '14.
Torontonensis 1914, published by the Students' Administrative Council THE YEAR BOOK OF THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
DR. CHARLES CLARKE BALLANTYNE ('01 - '05) On March 9th, 1960, Dr. Charles Ballantyne died in Galt, Ontario, where he had practised for many years. He served in the First War as a Captain in the Medical Corps. He had been a regular contributor to the Old Boys' Foundation over the past six years.3a
3aSt. Andrew's College Review, 1959-1960
- [S157] Military - Canada - World War I - Attestation papers.
Name: BALLANTYNE, CHARLES CLARKE Rank: CPT Date of Birth: 24/01/1890 Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 396 - 47 Item Number:22677, b. London, Canada
- [S122] Cemetery - ON, Waterloo, Cambridge - Mount View CC#4495 Internet Link .
Ballantyne/ Charles Clarke Ballantyne M. D./ Jan. 24, 1890-Mar. 9, 1960/ his beloved wife/ Katherine Gretchen Kelly/ Sept. 21, 1888-Feb. 4, 1978/ (Veteran's cross)
- [S1446] News - ON, York, Toronto - Toronto Star, "Toronto Girl Weds in Folkestone," 25 Jan 1918.