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Re: Mrs Edna ROGERS, widowed in BC in 1918
Posted by: Pat Simpson (ID *****0757) Date: August 30, 2006 at 19:30:50
In Reply to: Re: Mrs Edna ROGERS, widowed in BC in 1918 by Heather of 2043

This is not my John Rogers (and wife Edna) but your alert does make me think again about the John Rogers for whom there is no date of birth or attestation papers when you click on the link. Johnís brother spent the duration of WW 1 as a POW in Germany and it was only when I came upon a report in the Ottawa newspaper of his having arrived from overseas at the end of the war that gave his Regimental number that I was able to locate him in this database. His listing also has no date of birth and no attestation papers. HmmmÖ worth looking into.


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