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    Doc Vernon

    Re: Cr 10

    Just wondering as there is a J Wilden that was also in the South African 1st Rifles Brigade in Natal Durban, could have gone there from Muaritius? Died

    Doc Vernon Today, 02:15 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: An ill wind

    The cost of coal exacted a heavy price on human life. That was a given.

    But then there had never been anything to compare with Aberfan.

    Keith at Tregenna Today, 02:09 AM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: Cr 10

    Once the Archives Reopen to the Public it would be best if you could get there and search out his File, that way you would be able to see what Ships etc

    Doc Vernon Today, 01:59 AM Go to last post
    Des Taff Jenkins

    Re: An ill wind

    You are right Les, it took a whole school full of kids to be killed in Aberfan before there were any moves to put those coal tips in Wales back down were

    Des Taff Jenkins Today, 01:57 AM Go to last post
    Connie Tourneur

    Re: Cr 10

    Thank you so very much.
    I don't have much information on him.
    His father was also a seaman and his name was James William Wilden born 01/05/1843

    Connie Tourneur Today, 01:56 AM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: gallery problem

    Have sent a PM Roger!

    You should be able to use and receive messages now as i reset those for you

    Doc Vernon Today, 01:39 AM Go to last post
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    Paul Johnson

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    vic mcclymont

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    vic mcclymont

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    The Tanker Henry Dundas was in a collision on the River Mersey on the 21.9.1940.
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