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Agnew, John

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Agnew, John

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[18--]-[19--]

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Major John Agnew, 127th Battalion, Canadian Infantry, served in World War I, along with his three sons, Lt. Donald Agnew, of the Canadian Reserve Artillery, Lt. Ellis Agnew, 351 Brigade R.F.A., and Lt. Ronald Agnew, of the Royal Canadian Navy. Major Agnew's first wife, Daisy Edith Stocks, died in 1902. He married Elizabeth Dickenson prior to the start of the First World War. The Agnew family lived in Toronto, Ont. During the war, his wife Elizabeth Agnew, moved temporarily to Hamilton, Ont. while her husband and sons were overseas.

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2015-06-08

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A. Wilson