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D. CLOW Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI
Posted by: Janet Phelan (ID *****5788) Date: July 01, 2002 at 11:15:29
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Looking for anyone who has any info on a D. Clow in WWI. He fought for Canada and was part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. He was tall 6"2", 44 years approx, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes. He was missing the tips of his 3rd and 4th fingers right hand. He's sometimes listed as Episcopalian, sometimes Protestant. He was listed as single but was divorced and had 5 children. He was a drinker and had been a fireman on the railroad. At time of enlistment he lived in Vermont. He is also listed as Daniel Clow when his real name was Dana Clow (he actually used a completely different name when his 4th child was born). I believe he was sent to france and england and don't think he actually fought... I think he was a cook. Any help would be great. thanks. (I already have personell his file from the national archives of Canada)


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