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It's no connection to me, but when looking for WWI info, don't forget to consult the Library & Archives Canada website:
I believe Henry's attestation papers can be found through an easy search of his name (Marlow Henry) at: http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/02010602_e.html
which led me to:
Judii Rempel in Gambia
----- Original Message -----
From: Rene Dussome <rdussome@...>
Date: Friday, March 31, 2006 6:17 am
Subject: FW: Family research
> If anyone is able to help this lady please reply directly to her.
> Thank you.
> Rene Dussome
> -----Original Message-----
> From: HJ MARLOW [hj.marlow@...]
> Sent: March 30, 2006 6:01 AM
> To: rdussome@...
> Subject: Family research
> I am researching my husband's grandfather Mr Henry George Marlow.
> He was born about 1890 in Islington, London and married in july
> 1911 at
> the age of 21 to Florence Elisa (Walker)
> He emigrated to Canada after his marriange (unsure of date) and
> was enlisted
> into the Canadian Light |Horse regiment and fought in France
> Casualty details advise- Service no. 2028 Corporal H G Marlow
> Nationality- Canadian
> He was killed 10/10.1918 aged 29 and is buried at Drummond Cementy,
> Raillencourt France.
> I have found an entry on the Canadian virtual war memorial.
> Please advise were I can obtain immigration/military and any other
> recordsavailable about his life. His wife did not travel to canada
> but died young.
> This would be a surprise for my husband (Henry John Marlow) as he
> is very
> interested in finding our more about his grandfather.
> Regads Lynfa Marlow