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    Keith at Tregenna

    Re: Living through WW2

    Sounds like the local villages of Naphill, Walters Ash and Lacey Green.
    RAF High Wycombe is a Royal Air Force station, situated in the village

    Keith at Tregenna Yesterday, 11:21 PM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

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    Just reading the post and must say that brings back some memories High Wycombe that was where my late Uncle Trevor who was in RAF loved for a long time,

    Doc Vernon Yesterday, 11:04 PM Go to last post
    j.sabourn

    Re: Living through WW2

    Keith good Jon there wasn’t a surname of rear to follow. One always learns something new on site. Thanks. JS

    j.sabourn Yesterday, 10:57 PM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: Capt Walter D Smith

    Yes his Medal Card is there. Which shows his Dis Number and Medals awarded



    A visit to the Archives would certainly be of good

    Doc Vernon Yesterday, 10:44 PM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: Capt Walter D Smith

    Hugh who used to be with us as well, and is very good at these things as well i must say and he will find any other info if there!
    So the one i

    Doc Vernon Yesterday, 10:21 PM Go to last post
    Harry Nicholson

    Re: Capt Walter D Smith

    Thanks for the response, Doc. I'm advised by his descendent he is: Walter David Smith. Born. 20th May 1912.

    Hugh MacLean, on SN, has tonight

    Harry Nicholson Yesterday, 09:58 PM Go to last post
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    Crossing the line.

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    I be interested to know if anyone can shine a light on this man - he sailed with Blue Funnel at least as a cadet. A friend who is researching this uncle

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    Reading the posts today reminds me of the hours a Deckie on day work would perform, correct me if its wrong. This would be deep sea not coasting or rig

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    A large brown envelope thudded onto my mat this morning- yes, the Watchfinder General has finally ran me to ground. Bit of a relief really, no more dreading

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