Source: July 1917 casualty.
Wounded by enemy shell bursting in billet. GSW Right ankle (severe). Died of secondary hemorrhage. Wounded same day as Private Dewar.
PTE. C.E. CRAWFORD WOUNDED
Pte. C.E. Crawford, on of the wounded men, enlisted in Toronto with a third contingent battalion and went overseas from the Niagara Camp in the fall of 1916. He had been many months on the firing line, and is to-day reported as a casualty for the first time.
Toronto Star. July 24, 1917.
PTE. C.E. CRAWFORD DEAD
Listed among the wounded about a week ago, Pte. C.E. Crawford has since died of his injuries. He enlisted and went overseas in 1916 with a Toronto battalion of the third contingent. No details have been received in Toronto as his relatives are in England.
Toronto Star. July 28, 1917.