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    j.sabourn

    Re: Hong Kong offer

    #22... Answer to query Terry, the same as they did at the end of the fourties and early fifties , put all us natives to the back once again of the council

    j.sabourn Today, 09:31 PM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: Some old sayings

    To Lose One's Mind:

    The meaning of the word "Doolally"

    Your going Doolally - derived from the Deolali British Army

    Keith at Tregenna Today, 07:32 PM Go to last post
    Richard Archbold

    Hello

    Hello
    Joined today my father- James M Archbold joined the merchant navy as a cadet with the British Tanker Company from 1947 until 1951. He then

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    Keith Tindell

    Re: UK - Three Week Lockdown

    Good points Rodney, of course if you had been the interviewer asking those questions, you would have been told *fake news*, and banned from the room,

    Keith Tindell Today, 03:04 PM Go to last post
    Rodney Mills

    Re: UK - Three Week Lockdown

    Johno. Re#84.

    Your friends comments are correct Johnno, re counts of The virus in the South are in the thousands:

    Chumps (Rhymes

    Rodney Mills Today, 02:21 PM Go to last post
    Red Lead Ted

    Re: Hong Kong offer

    As i recall it Ivan, It was immigration that swung the very narrow victory vote for the Brexiter's
    This will throw the cat amongst the pigeons

    Red Lead Ted Today, 12:47 PM Go to last post
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    Richard Archbold

    Hello

    Thread Starter: Richard Archbold

    Hello
    Joined today my father- James M Archbold joined the merchant navy as a cadet with the British Tanker Company from 1947 until 1951. He then

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    vic mcclymont

    Good news for H&W Belfast

    Thread Starter: vic mcclymont

    Stena has announced in the Northern Ireland press that it will drydock six of its ferries at H&W Belfast over the summer.
    The works will include,

    Last Post By: vic mcclymont Today, 08:18 AM Go to last post
    Keith at Tregenna

    The Arandora Star

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    On 2nd July 1940, 800 people were drowned when the Arandora Star was torpedoed off the Irish coast by a German U-Boat. Among the 1200 internees aboard,

    Last Post By: Keith at Tregenna Yesterday, 11:29 PM Go to last post
    Jennifer Cairns

    ON LINE WW2 Records?

    Thread Starter: Jennifer Cairns

    Where can I trace a WW2 Merchant Navy record - I have his name and a service number - which may be his discharge number. Are there WW2 Records somewhere

    Last Post By: Keith at Tregenna Yesterday, 10:39 PM Go to last post
    Keith Tindell

    Hong Kong offer

    Thread Starter: Keith Tindell

    This should be interesting, one wonders where we will house all these people, our little Island is sinking slowly under all the weight, kt

    Last Post By: j.sabourn Today, 09:31 PM Go to last post
    Neil martin

    Ss ORONSAY ww2

    Thread Starter: Neil martin

    Hi , I am trying to find out some missing details about her time during the war
    3/4/41 -27/5/41 my grandfather was on her between these dates

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