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    Default Re: M.V. Limerick

    Correction
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    I have found some photos of my father in Law (Gordon Reynolds) who served on Limerick between 1962 to 64.

    Anyone remember him, please PM me. Thanks

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    Do you remember Gordon at all?
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    I do hope that your request will be answered
    and that you find all that you need.

    Keith.
    "Our veterans did not forget about us .... Let's not forget about them." From Michael Levesque

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshalloftheRAF View Post
    Iím trying to find if there are any colleagues of my father in law (Gordon Reynolds) out there? He served as a Junior engineer on MV Limerick (built 1954) on a couple of runs to Australia in the 1962 to 1964 period.
    Sadly, he passed away on Sunday and but I am hoping that someone out there who remembers him from his MN days is on the forum.
    I don't know if you have received my reply to your enquiry re serving with Gordon on the Limerick. It is a shame that I did not see your message until after he had died. Gordon would certainly have remembered me as we travelled together from London to Hamburg to join the Limerick for his first trip to sea.
    If this message reaches you I am at rogermetcalf@xtra.co.nz. Would love to hear from you.

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    My husband was on board from 24th June to 8th December, 1959. Any connection?

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