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Re: D. CLOW Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI
Posted by: Jann Callaghan Cullen (ID *****0119) Date: January 07, 2006 at 13:02:56
In Reply to: Re: D. CLOW Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI by janet phelan of 615

Hi Janet;

I have quite a bit of data on this line, but very little on the later travels of the second generation. This family moved around a bit, but for the most part seemed to be stationed around Stanbridge, Que. Milo and Florence's children were as follows:

Lester, b. Jan. 13, 1876
Dana, b. abt 1877
Josie Adele, b. Mar. 15, 1879

Dana is the only child whose birth records I have not found, but all early records confirm he was born in Quebec, like his siblings. As you know, Dana married Lillian Palmer and had 5 children. He was not reliable and left the family. He appears to have moved around a lot, and changed his name and vital details as the situation suited.

Dana's son, Dana Rae (some records say Dana Roy) was twice married, and had 4 sons by his first wife Eileen Doyle. He died in Tuckerton, NJ in 1986.

Josie appears to have married Joe Heavey, and lived in Lowell, Mass though I have been unable to track down this line.

The Clows were still in Quebec in 1881, but must have later moved as Milo died in Connecticut in 1893, and was brought home to be buried in Quebec.

Bridgeport, CT was the home of a whole slew of Clows, so I suspect many family records could be found there, as well as in Cayuga County, New York back in the 1850's.

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