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Charles Gordon Dent
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|Reggie||Report||8 Jan 2013 13:01|
England & Wales, Death Index, 1916-2006
|Janet||Report||8 Jan 2013 21:55|
Implausible as it seems, it's true, my great grandmother had 9 children both the eldest and youngest children were named Charles. The first Charles Gordon was only ever known as Gordon [he disappeared] the youngest was Charles George [Charlie] named after his father who was killed in action before the birth