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Incorporating our Family Website

The Fisher Family The Brown Family The Buskwood Family The Wright Family The Bear Family Sylvie Wright's Family Present and Past

James Frederick Bear was a Conscientious Objector during World War 1 and because of this was imprisoned in Dartmoor.

You will currently find on this site scans of pages he wrote about his experience at that time, and scans of official documents and letters we still have.

Personal letters have yet to be scanned and will be added later and will add an extra dimension, showing not only the impact of the experience on him but also its impact on his family.

Above: James Frederick Bear with children, James Frances (Jim) Bear & Kathleen Mary Bear (later Fisher)


Left: James Frederick Bear (taken at Dartmoor during WW1)

The James Frederick Bear Sections

Pages for Mary Bear, James Frances Bear & Joseph Abbott (Joe/Max) Bear will be added later.

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James Frederick Bear

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Born: 14th March 1882

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Died: 12th June 1960

The Fisher Family The Brown Family The Buskwood Family The Wright Family The Bear Family Sylvie Wright's Family Present and Past

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JF Bear

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Experience

WW1

1916-20

JF Bear Official Letters &

Documents

1916-1920

JF Bear

Jottings

WW1

1917/18

Camp Newsheets

1917

Dartmoor

CO

Concerts

& Plays

1917-18

Dartmoor

CO

Lectures & Classes

1917-18

Marxian Centenary Pamphlete

1918

Wakefield

Absolutist Manifesto

1918

Co-operative Advocate

1927

JF Bear

Retirement

1947

Notes by

Sidney

Fisher

1992