Author Topic: DELOOZE, DELUCE & variants - One name study  (Read 4701 times)

Offline La.music

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Re: DELOOZE, DELUCE & variants - One name study
« Reply #9 on: Friday 13 March 15 04:23 GMT (UK) »
Have you gotten anywhere? If not, you could Loose or Looze or losee. I have Dutch ( Franco Flemish) ancestors with that name. It would not be surprising to drop ( or add) the "de". Just a thought.

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Re: DELOOZE, DELUCE & variants - One name study
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 22 April 17 08:39 BST (UK) »
Hi   
I am trying to find out more about an 'E Delooze' whose medals I have had for a few years.  He served in World War II in Africa and then in France and Germany and stayed in the Army after the war to serve in Malaya.  At the time of Malaya he was in the Royal Army Service Corps.  He is likely to have been born in the period from 1900 to 1927 at a guess.  That is all I have.
Does anyone have any more information on who this could be?
Thanks
Tony
Honeyman and Callaway Families
Men and Women commemorated on Tetsworth War Memorial

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