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I would appreciate any info on Harry Weeks or just about his unit, no 2 or no 247 motorboat company.Thanks in hope and anticipation I am desperately trying to trace my Grandfather, David Vaughan who died in the Second World War aged 27.He left a story of his life in the army from 1941 to 1946, but I would like to know more information if there is any. He and my Nan, Margaret, have been married for over 66 years.Nan & Gramp have lived for nearly all their lives in Weymouth, Dorset.If you have any unwanted photographs, documents or items from the First or Second World War, please do not destroy them.The Wartime Memories Project will give them a good home and ensure that they are used for educational purposes.Also, she would love to hear from anyone who may have known Ralph and to hear of any last memories of him or see any pictures.
I'm just getting around to doing my family history! He was called up for duty as a baker on the 25th of April 1941, and he was demobed on the 19th of June 1946. I'm writing on behalf of my grandad, Bernard Lyde, who has just celebrated his 91st birthday.He served in the North African desert in 1941/42 in 384 Company, Royal Army Service Corps (RASC).Gramp was called up and enlisted at Sutton-on-Trent on 27 June 1940.He spent the war in N Africa and Italy before being demobbed in January 1946.
Gramp is especially keen to make contact with his mate, Bob Lee, or his family.can't read the writing properly looks like Frick) - also some photos of my grandad working on building a war memorial and on the back it reads "newborderf am elbe, (again not sure of spelling) prisoners of war cemetary, taken 7th may 1944".