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Wayne Taggart
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My fathe rBruce Taggart (RCAF) was a mid-upper gunner in Stirlings with 214 Sqn @ Chedburgh (from Sept 42 -to Jan 43) attached to 161 Sqn Special Ops at Tempsford during full-moon periods (S.O.E. Flights) and 149 Sqn @ Lakenheath (Feb-Mar 43) still with Stirlings. Post war re-enlisted as ground crew 1952-72 serving at Greenwood, Bagotville, Marville, Rockliffe,Trenton,Amherst,NS . Deceased in Feb 1995. A fantastic site - I will be applying in future as a researcher/helper.
Friday, March 14 2014 - 04:37 AM
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Jill Pick
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This means so much to me and I never met Leslie. The family always felt his loss and he was there in every conversation: 'Our Les...' and 'your Uncle Leslie...'I only wish my father could have seen the website and that Leslie, like all those other lads who didn't get a chance to live out their lives are not forgotten. Thank you so very much for creating this tribute. It is lovely.
Thursday, February 13 2014 - 09:33 PM
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gavin hinds
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Just a short note to say I bumped into an elderly gentleman on Sunday coming home from my parents resting place and we just ended up talking and his name was mr Wilson and he told me about his brother in the raf and the missions. .I could tell how proud he was and it was an honour to talk to him..I noticed he had raf war veteran on his hat. I told him about my uncle francis degnan who flew Lancaster bomber and dropped a few on hitlers burchaise gardens..he gave me this website to check out and id like to say its an honour to read this...thanks..gav.+7KA#
Wednesday, February 05 2014 - 01:19 PM
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Lambotte Marc
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Your website is wonderful.
Thank you for your message on our guestbook www.rememberjd371.be
It would be a pleasure for us to work with you.
Sunday, February 02 2014 - 08:24 PM
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Diane Gollop
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Thank you for the pictures of dads Wellington and the splendid way you have presented his story.
Wednesday, January 29 2014 - 10:31 PM
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Larraine Hynes
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Keith Frederick Hynes died 1944 was my relative thank you for the memorial to him L Hynes
Sunday, January 26 2014 - 08:26 AM
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Marjorie Sharples
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Message for Janet Wilson re her grandfather Abraham Holden. Please get in touch as I have something given to my grandmother , his aunt, by your grandfather which I would like you to have.
Monday, December 16 2013 - 12:04 PM
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Alan Schusler
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Thank you for this site. I was able to look up my Uncles plane and crew. Flgt Sgt Alan Halsey KIA 7/9/41. 102 Squadron Whitley Bomber
Sunday, December 01 2013 - 02:23 PM
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webmaster
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Message to KEITH FOX ref: Sgt. Alf Newnham - your email address is not recognised - can you contact us please.
Friday, November 22 2013 - 10:44 PM
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Keith Fox
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Alf Newnham was my uncle, my mothers brother. Alf was born in 1920 in Bredgar, Kent
Friday, November 22 2013 - 09:26 PM
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Jean ragheb
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PJ Wenmoth ,my uncle is buried in souilly churchyard ,meuse ,France. Not in germany.He belonged to 78th sqn and died in 1943.jean
Thursday, November 21 2013 - 08:40 PM
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Gavin C Black
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Arthur Frederick Challinor was my cousin, i was 6 when he died. I do remember him, he had a sister Vilma, who died on 4 Oct 2008,Vilma had two sons, Clive WHO DIED 21 Jan 2008, and Mark who I am trying to contact. He ma have a photograph of Arthur aka Arty
Monday, November 11 2013 - 12:01 PM
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Thore Thoresen
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We celebrated New Years Eve in our basement shelter while that bombing raid went on. I was 12 at the time. The name of our town is Horten, not Horton as indicated.

Thore Thoresen
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Friday, November 08 2013 - 06:55 PM
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Kirby
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Keep up the helpful job and delivering in the crowd!
Monday, November 04 2013 - 02:16 PM
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Desmond
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I love this website - its so usefull and helpfull.
Friday, November 01 2013 - 12:06 AM
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Carmel Quinlivan-Hopkins
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Very interesting to see my name sake a war hero. My father & grand father were also Patrick Quinlivan & hail from Kildare Ireland. My son Rory served in Afghanistan as a combat engineer for the Canadian Military & came home safe and sound. Thank you for posting the pictures
Friday, October 25 2013 - 02:03 PM
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Nick Powell
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account of the loss of the aircraft and his subsequent route back to the UK.

My wife is the daughter of Sq.Ldr. Poulter and hopes to visit his grave on the 70th anniversary next April. We would like to get in touch with Harry fisher if he is still living and with any other relatives of any of the crew of the two Stirlings.

Monday, September 30 2013 - 11:16 AM
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Andy Smith
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Quite simply a brilliant site can't praise it enough.
Monday, September 02 2013 - 08:43 PM
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Alison
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Thank you Mr Bob Wilton for your research - my great uncle William Mahaffy died in 1942 and is buried with his elder brother Henry who died in WW1 - Henry was not his uncle, but his big brother. There were just two boys in the family and one died in each war.
I hope to visit their grave one day soon.
Thanks to all
Monday, September 02 2013 - 08:32 PM
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Christian
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Thank you for your site, research and great work.
I searched information about my granduncle Maksymilian Frychel who was a pilot for the RAF. With your work I now know that he was a test pilot and died too young in an accident.
He flew for the British as member of the polish army, but he was part of the german minority in poland. He is a part of my family. I was born in germany and live here. I am proud to know about him. One day I will visit his grave.
Thanks again.
Thursday, August 29 2013 - 09:35 PM
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