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The British Newspaper Archive
Read about historical events at the time they were happening. Perhaps you'll discover your ancestor in their local newspaper?
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Trying to find Dawes
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|Craig||Report||22 Oct 2004 20:01|
Hi, Does anybody know of any relatives of Harry Leslie Dawes born around 1898. He lived in the West Midlands, Probably Wednesbury and joined the Army (Grenadier Guards) in 1915. He was Killed in action in France on 16 Sep 1916. He was married to Maude and had a son Charles(My Granfather) who was born in 1916. I would love to here from anybody who can help as my only living relative on the Dawes side is my Dad and unfortunately he does not have the answers. Thnx