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Location: durnbach war cemetery - Posted July 23, 2015 5:43 am
Email: mimneill [at] hotmail [dot] com

miriam neill

Dearest Uncle William(Neill, service no 429615)grave9e20.
I feel such sadness when I think of your death at so young an age. You died a brave death in the fight for our country. Bless you. Miriam.xxxxx

Location: Canada - Posted November 13, 2014 1:27 pm
Email: barbw55 [at] telus [dot] net

Barbara Wedderburn

Thank you so much for placing a tribute to the Lancaster LM751. This year 2014 I viewed this page again and for the first time in my life I didn't have my Dad with me for services. He too was an Air Force Veteran. May God bless and remember all the men and women who fought for this country so that we may be free. Barbara R. Wedderburn - Canada

Location: Australia - Posted October 18, 2014 2:44 pm
Email: gcfinoz [at] yahoo [dot] com [dot] au

Glenn Charles French

Great web site good job ,my father recently told me about a relative killed on board Lancaster LM334 His name is FLT SGT Keeble Charles French i believe he was the radio operator and Gunner other relatives seem to think he was found in the rear gun turret is there any way you can verify this information, thank you

Location: salford,manchester - Posted September 17, 2014 8:20 pm
Website - Email: markbell1963 [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk

mark bell

Really Great website,i deliver to Langar once a month in my HGV.i stopt at the Airport and came across the memorial to all them brave men.i googled Langar when i returned home came across 207 sqd i read with sadness at them young Lads[MEN]which never returned home. their was one name i came across from lower broughton,salford,where my parents are from and i live close to still,the name is sgt sidney mitchell flight engineer he was on aircraft ED627 which went down on the 27th August 1943.the only info they said they could fined was he,s parents names.i was wandering if the people doing the research on Aircrews may want to try two local papers we have here in salford , 1st the salford Advertiser.Email salfordadvertiser@menmedia. co.uk.[weekly] 2nd lifetimes@scll.co.uk this paper is out twice yearly.hope this may be of some help ,if i can help in any way please contact via email mark bell.

Location: Florida USA - Posted June 21, 2014 7:06 pm
Email: runcoach [at] cfl [dot] rr [dot] com

jerry hiatt

My wife and I came by the cemetery while traveling on some back roads of Germany. I can't explain the overwhelming feeling of walking among those who were so brave. To see bomber crews buried side by side and to read some of the parents comments was extremely difficult. They gave all for country and for freedom. God bless and hold them in his arms.

Location: Balsall Common, Near Coventry - Posted December 2, 2013 3:54 pm
Email: waterer345 [at] btinternet [dot] com

Tom Waterer

I like your website.
The shooting down of my father's Halifax was possibly by Ludwig Meister (09-03-43 TL-Y of 35 Sqdn). He survived and was a POW in Stalag Luft III. I am transposing his diary at the moment. He died in August 2006 at 93.

Best wishes

Tom Waterer

Location: Ottawa, Canada - Posted June 25, 2013 3:33 pm
Email: robynestes [at] rogers [dot] com

Robyn Estes

Thank you so much for doing this website! Howard Bruce Boddy (Navigator for 207 Squadron) is my great-uncle, I have been doing lots of research on him throughout the past year. This was a great find, loved looking at the documents and photos, very cool.

Location: skegness - Posted July 4, 2012 6:46 pm
Email: petediand [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk

peter tomlinson

my farther george tomlinson was in 207 sqad at langer im trying to obtain any details of his service there but im just drawing blanks any help on where to start would be a great help he was a flight engineer on lancs

Location: 4, Roding Close, Bettws. - Posted April 30, 2012 5:53 pm
Email: glyn [dot] may2138 [at] btinternet [dot] com

Glyn May

Hi, Sean, Have a photo of my uncle {Ernest J Potts)if you would like a copy? Great site, keep up the good work. Glyn.

Location: Colchester Essex - Posted March 8, 2012 1:36 am
Email: ian [dot] dalgleish [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk

Ian Dalgleish

Dear Sir,
My father was a Flying Officer with 207 Squadron Spilsby and he was killed on the 15/16 july 1944 over Northern France the op:Nevers t/o 2214 spilsby to bomb railway yards the lancaster recon no me807 em-s.Iknow that its a small chance but i would really like to be able to contact any pilots that might have been at spilsby at that time, i know that the lads are all getting on, and i would really appreciate it if there was still someone out there.
Kind Regards,
Ian Dalgleish.

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