Draper, Dennis Colburn

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Draper, Dennis Colburn

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1875-1951

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Dennis Colburn Draper was born in 1875 in Sutton Junction. When not working as a farmer, Draper served as a Militia Captain with the 13 th Scottish Light Dragoons. When the First World War broke out, Draper volunteered for overseas service and joined the 5 th Canadian Mounted Rifles (C.M.R.) - a unit recruited from the Eastern Townships and commanded by George Harold Baker, MP for Brome County.

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