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Frederick Joseph Aglio Dibdin

Exploits of Joe in World War 1 from his letters to Lionel A Dibdin and Rex A Dibdin

Drawings of the work Joe did in Louisiana

Letter from Joe to Rex on the death of Peter Haycraft Dibdin

Frederick (called Jo or Fritz) was a surveyor. After the first World War he went with Christine [61] to New Orleans in the U.S.A. He married there and had one daughter Marian. She has great musical talent and a God-given contralto voice which could have taken her to the top of the tree. Tragically, after Jos death both she and her mother went into some sort of breakdown cum mental illness. Although they have been out of the hospital for some years now, they do not seem to have made a full recovery. As far as we can make out they are living in some sort of hostel where they are looked after and have an eye kept on them. [62]

b. 28 Jun 1888 [63] Mayfield Grange Rd., Sutton, Surrey

chr. 5 Aug 1888 Sutton near Croydon, Surrey, England [64]

m. 23 Aug 1926 New Orleans, Louisiana

d. Aug 1956

bd. Aug 1956 Woodworth cemetery, Alexandria, Rapides Parish, LA

Garnet Ella Fowler

b. 09 Feb 1898 Lecompte, LA

d. Jun 1985 Alexandria LA, Woodworth cemetery, Rapides Parish, LA

During WW I Frederick was a Major.

1916 Commissioned officers wounded. Dibdin, Lt. F.J.A., Royal Sussex Rgt., attn. Machine Gun Corps. [65] WWI Attached to Welsh Regiment - Lieutenant

1918 He had traveled to the United States. Obviously he was impressed because the following year he headed off again intending to stay for 3 years.

In Apr 22, 1919 Frederick arrived at Ellis Island on the S.S. Adriatic. His destination was to visit his sister Mrs. E.M. Moore at Alliance, Ohio. He had visited the US in 1918 and intended on this visit to stay 3 years. He said he was 30 years old and single. He gave his occupation as Civil Engineer. [66]

1920 Census unable to locate him or his sister Christine.

1926 he married Garnet Fowler in New Orleans. [67]

He and Garnet arrived aboard SS Maasdam sailing from Boulogne-Sur-Mer, March 16th, 1929, arriving at Port of New Orleans 23 Apr 1929. [68]

1930 Census enumerated on April 5th, Tulsa City, Oklahoma

Dibdin, Frederick, age 41, married when aged 37, Civil Engineers, Garrett, age 31 born Louisiana.

1930 Daughter Marian born in August.

Fredrick Joseph Aglio DIBDIN was a Civil Engineer working in Louisiana, USA in 1932. He died 1958 [69]

Children:

Marian Dibdin

b. 01 Aug 1930

d. 15 May 1994 Alexandria, Rapides, LA [70]