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British magazines Direct
The above website was recently launched and I believe it could be of real service to you and your members / subscribers.
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Thank you George Turner.
Dear Listers, and new members,
You can view this photo on my web.page if u want. but i am wondering if anyone out there recognises anyone in the following photo.
1/ I have a Group photo of my grandfather(front far right) outside the Ordnance Factory? Looks like some X-mas decorations in Cossipore?taken during the second WW. .
2/Not avail on my site: Group photo of the 14th Field Ambulance corp. taken at end of ww11 in Austria. My father is there somewhere.
I am still transcribing my Fathers war diary and so far have discovered that my middle name 'Peggy' was probably taken from a Jeep driver of the same name whilst he was in Italy. Also he mentions Wally ?, Fred ?, Major MILNE, paps LAWRENCE the cook who was injured.
anyway I will be posting the whole Diary onto my web page soon.
For my family research.
Felton & Sarah Mathew's Diaries, cover 1830-1831, early NSW. and contain many Names of Early settlers.at:
My ongoing investigation of HAMER/WALDRON/PERCY/GREATHEAD in London>Montserrat>Hampshire