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Re: D. CLOW Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI
Posted by: Jann Callaghan Cullen (ID *****0119) Date: August 22, 2004 at 18:50:50
In Reply to: D. CLOW Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI by Janet Phelan of 614

I do have info on a Dana Clow whom I have been searching for for quite some time.

My Dana Clow was born in about 1876 in Stanbridge, Que. His parents moved briefly to Connecticut, then came back to Stanbridge (on the northern border of Vermont). The family moved back and forth across the border of Vermont and Quebec, but I lost track of what happened to them after their father died.

Could you give me more info on your Dana Clow? You mention he used other names - so did his father and it nearly drove me nuts trying to track them down. What was the other name he used? (Hauver?)

Hope to hear from you to determine if this could be the same Dana.

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