Is there something in the Callow bloodline that impels us to name ourselves "Edward"? I've been trying for years to find out about my grandfather, one of the multitudinous Edward Callows throughout history, and have been coming up short of what I'm searching for as I wade the Eddies. Anything someone can expand upon with the following information would be MOST appreciated:
Born: 1898 somewhere in England
He was in WW1
Came to American in 1917 or thereabouts.
Married Dorothy Cameron, my gradmother, around 1925. They lived in Flint, Michigan, later possibly Brown City, Michigan. They had two children: William C. and Mary L. (my mother) both deceased.
Edward was a jeweler in Flint.
Edward divorced my grandmother left her and the children and went back to England. I am not certain of the year, sometime during the 1930's. I believe he then remarried, also in the 1930's, in England. I believe he died around 1970 in England.
That's where my knowledge ends.
I would like to know:
~ what his parent names were and further back if possible.
~ more about his life in general.
Thank you for reading this and best of success with your own searches.