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Doris Sylvia Cathrine "Dot" Page
Women's Land Army
from:BirminghamI am trying to find out about my late mother's time during the Second World War. Her maiden name was Page, we knew that she served as a Land Army girl, but where or when, we just don't know! Her name was Doris, but everyone called her Dot. She sadly passed away in 2002, followed 8 wks later my our father William Henry Tofts. They lived a full and happy life, having my sister and 4 yrs later myself. We seem to always get told what Dad did during the war years, he served on HMS Dido. But we sadly didn't get told about Mum's part, only that she was a Land Army Girl.
Even though she is no longer with us, we would dearly love to learn more about her time as a Land Girl, Where was the farm? Who she worked along side? who were her friends?
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