"then she used Dorothy when they crossed the Border into US?
Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1954 about Douglas Albert Elliott Name: Douglas Albert Elliott Arrival Date: 8 Sep 1952 Port of Arrival: Buffalo, New York, United States…"
U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Douglas John Elliott Name: Douglas John Elliott Service Info.: L CPL US MARINE CORPS Birth Date: 4 Dec 1940 Death Date: 27 Nov 1996 Cemetery: Lake Forest Memorial Park Cemetery Address: C/O…"
"Unless you know Alice's maiden name how can anyone know where she was from? Walkern, Cambridge or Essex. All are pure guesswork. Are you just talking about Alice's ancestors being from Essex or are you saying that the Aylotts were…"
My father was Ernest Thomas Aylott born in 1894 at Dulwich and his 6 X Grandfather was William Aylott born in 1644 at Walkern, Hertfordshire who married someone named Alice. I thought I'd found that Alice was born in Cambridge and that ancestors were from that county but some tree owners cite Essex as the previous home of the Aylotts.Can anyone help me find the truth plesae?Best wishes, DianeSee More
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The Grandfather of Douglas Albert Elliott was the brother of my Gt Grandfather Henry Best Elliott.I'm trying to find the descendents of Douglas Albert Elliott who was born at Dorchester, Dorset UK in 1922, his wife Dorothy and son Douglas John Elliott who was born in 1942. The family emigrated to Canada in 1948 and lived at 51 berl Ave, Toronto. They later moved to the USA living in Pickens County, GeorgisI know that the son Douglas John was a Lance Corporal in the US Marine Corps and was…See More
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