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Re: Dayton, 1800s, England to B. C. Canada.
Posted by: Florence Biggs Date: April 25, 2001 at 01:02:34
In Reply to: Re: Dayton, 1800s, England to B. C. Canada. by sheila miller of 2043

Hello Sheila,
thank you so much for answering my message on the B.C. Forum. I am now able to fill in another part of my Family Tree, Joseph H Dayton was my first cousin twice removed.
Frederick Arthur was their son(I have no more information on him,)Winnifred could be a daughter,however I do know their son Ernest Perdue Dayton was in a Canadian regiment during the first world war and lost his life in France and is buried there. I found his name on the War Graves Commission site. Any further information you can give me will be appreciated.
Best Wishes Florrie Biggs.


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