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Mary
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Hello. Thank you for this wonderful web page. My Dad's brother was Air/Gnr: P/O. Gerald Albion Kent C/90305 RCAF of the No. 420 Squadron Halifax III LK803 PT-H. Sadly, he was killed with the rest of his crew on July 19, 1944 during a fighter affiliation training exercise. According to my Mother, he wasn't supposed to be on that flight but took the place of his friend who wanted to stay behind to be with his girlfriend. My parents have shared wonderful stories about Gerald and finding this web page brought me a bit closer to the man who would have been my uncle. From all accounts, he was a wonderful person. Thank you again for the hard work in putting this website together.
Tuesday, November 11 2014 - 07:41 PM
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John Mills
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I have a family interest in Flt Sgt R W Cornelius. I was pointed towards your site and the research done re the crash of an aircraft in 10 Sqd RAF in which he was Flt Engineer in 1943.
I would like to find out more and confirm my relative is the same R W Cornelius.
Monday, November 10 2014 - 09:25 PM
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Hi, I do believe this is a great website. I stumbledupon it ;) I will come back once again since i have bookmarked it. Money
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Saturday, November 08 2014 - 08:48 PM
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Johan VAN DIJK
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I am married to the niece of Flying Officer D G Howse, killed in action in a Halifax II (JD261) of 51 Squadron during a raid to Gelsenkirchen on 25/26 June 1943. He was shot down by G. Radusch of 1 NJG based at Venlo. His grave was again visited in September 2014. I am in possession of a photo of him along with crew members that I have yet to identify.

You have a helpful and informative web-site.
Friday, October 24 2014 - 05:59 PM
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Kathryn Park
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I stumbled upon your site and for the first time found who was in the other plane that was shot down on the same Air Sea Rescue mission as my uncle, PO SJ Lester.Thank you for all your work in running this site
Tuesday, October 21 2014 - 03:46 AM
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April
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A great website. Interested to contact pat baker who provided a photo of my great uncle Arthur Henry Stroud from 35 squadron. He got his from his aunt who was also a Waaf at raf linton on Ouse.
Sunday, October 12 2014 - 07:34 PM
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Sean Cowman
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Urgently trying to trace Bridget Gillen or Christina Gillen family of Eamonn Gillen mid upper gunner on JB603on behalf of Paddy Gillen (6 Commando WW2) cousin of Eamonn. Can anyone help? Thanks
Friday, October 10 2014 - 08:35 PM
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mike grant
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aircrash over frankton until the late 70s there was a propeller blade keeping gate open by the barn where Oxford crashed.Also new eye witness to me 410 crash jack Holloway who lived opposite the field and related to me the aircraft on fire and exploding shells.propellor like the barn has long gone,but I could easily see the replaced tiles on the roof
Thursday, October 02 2014 - 07:25 PM
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Willian
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Just desired to say I'm just lucky I happened onto your website page!
Friday, September 19 2014 - 05:59 PM
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Ian Tippett
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Great site - keep it up, these courageous men and women need to be remembered.
Sunday, September 07 2014 - 03:09 PM
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Celestin
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lots of information on this website, really good job. I found this website when looking for informations about JD 406 Halifax plane, crashed in Meuse/France. Also looking to contact Jean Ragheb, niece of Sgt. Wenmoth, to share information about that plane.
I live close to the crash location, and we try to built a memorial for the JD406 crew. Hope Jean Ragheb can help.
Friday, September 05 2014 - 10:09 PM
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Josh
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I was brought to your website, looking for information on a Horsa Glider (LG999) /Sterling Bomber (LJ842)accident on the night of April 4th 1944 close to where I live now. I must say, despite the tradgedies that surround this website, it is truely wonderful to find a website that has such a depth of information. As a young wannabe (excuse that word)historical researcher, i know i will be visiting your website time and time again.
Many Thanks
Wednesday, September 03 2014 - 11:11 AM
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Gill Chesney-Green
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What a lovely website... was so pleased to see mention of dad and his Stirling...and the fact that they had been shot down. What an amazing amount of work!! To be able to research others who so gallantly played their part is wonderful. Many, many thanks!
Tuesday, August 26 2014 - 12:22 PM
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Arthur Lee
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I came here looking for information on the man that shot down my great uncle during WW2. I found him and my uncle was his 26th of 34 kills.
Saturday, August 16 2014 - 02:59 AM
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Jean
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Thank you to all involved in this amazing website. Not only are you honouring lost loved ones, you have created a wonderful resource for historians studying war and genealogists tracking ancestors. I appreciate knowing more about the final flight of my ancestor than is offered on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission site. Sad and brief though it is, the information gives me more insight into this man's service than just his name and critical dates.
Friday, August 15 2014 - 06:54 PM
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Bill
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I was a young boy playing football with friends when we witnessed Wellington Bomber X3547 strike a barrage balloon cable and its tragic crash at Leighton, Crewe on the site of the now Leighton Hospital.
I seem to remember a second smaller aircraft possibly a fighter weaving about behind the Wellington prior to it making contact with the balloon cable.
I now live about 2 miles from Byley Churchyard where two members of the aircrew now rest.
So sad and in memory of the many brave young lives lost.
Thursday, August 07 2014 - 11:51 AM
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Mary Anne Gourley
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Looking for AR(Z)2 460 Squadron crashed Avant-les-marcilly May 1944. All crew buried in churchyard. Memorial plaque unveilled 2002 in joint French/Australian ceremony. We have images and video of ceremony
Tuesday, July 22 2014 - 03:34 PM
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CATHERINE
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To Kelvin
Congratulations on a really impressive and professional website and please also keep up the great work you do making patients smile in what can be very painful situations at the N & N.
Catherine
Tuesday, July 15 2014 - 11:43 AM
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Gillian Cornwall
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Thank you so very much Kelvin for the work you have done in order to honour the service of F/O Richard Norman Foster. I can see my mom smiling down at the honour you have given Rich in acknowledging his service. I will not forget. Every blessing to those who served and to the families who lost their loved ones in order for us to have our freedom. Forever grateful.
Tuesday, July 15 2014 - 04:50 AM
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Barry Maguire
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My grandfather John Gallagher died on a raid on Goch on 7th Feb 1945 six years before I was born.
He was a flight engineer on a Halifax bomber of 102 squadron based at Pocklington. The aircraft was apparantly shot down by a night fighter over Hamme Mille in Belgium. I know very little of him if anyone has any information or pictures please make contact.
May I just say what a fantastic job Kelvin Young and his team are doing
Barry Maguire
Monday, July 14 2014 - 01:30 PM
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