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October 28th 2018
11:09:36 AM
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Mike Toneri

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I really enjoyed touring your web site. My cousin was Leonard Toneri, lost on KB737\'s last operation over Essen. Unfortunatel I have no pictures or very much information to share. After receiving news of Lenny\'s death, his mother tossed out just about everything that reminded her of him and that event. The only thijg that has survived,was his RCAF ID bracelet which came to me a few years ago from a relative in England. How he got it I really don\'t know. That bracelet is now in the possession of my cousin Nelson Hatch, who is in the Canadian Forces Air force so that it will remain in the family.
Thanks for akll the work on this site.

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March 24th 2018
08:17:48 AM
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Frank C. Everards

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Dear Readers,




428 Ghost Squadron Halifax EB-215





In September 2018 it will be 75 years ago that a Halifax Bomber coming home from a mission to Hannover of Squadron 428 came down in the Dutch town of Vaassen. Our war museum Broken Wings will make a memorial exhibition about it. The only survivor of the crash Mr David Griffin is still alive but is living in Australia. Has been to Vaassen on numerous occasions and is a close friend of the museum. But I would like to ask you if you would have image material of the Halifax EB-215 prior to the crash? Or any other information that we could use in our exhibition? This is the crew that flew the Halifsx in question:





Sgt. J. E. Farmer



Sgt. J. W. Satchell



Sgt. D. A. J. Griffin



Sgt. T. J. Wilson



Sgt. E. T. Springett



Sgt. A. Stuart



Sgt. W. E. Mussen





David Griffin managed to jump out of the plane. If you have any information regarding the plane or it\'s crew please contact me?

I hope to hear from you and I wish you a very happy weekend!





Sincerely,





Frank C. Everards





frank@normandy1944.info

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February 21st 2018
02:55:28 AM
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Jonathan Graham

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My father is Keith L. Graham, Wireless Operator, who flew with:

Chuck Thrasher- Pilot; Chic Locke- Flight Engineer; George Nobes- Navigator; Vince Brewer- M/U Gunner; and Dave Mortel- Tail Gunner.

They flew out of Leeming with 427 Squadron (Lion). After 24 sorties in Wellingtons they were screened and flew an additional 24 sorties in Lancasters. They flew only 1 sortie in a Halifax.

My father is alive and residingl at Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Any further information on his crew and their experiences with be greatly appreciated.

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January 9th 2018
10:54:27 AM
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Alan Hepburn

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My father was John D Hepburn, Wireless Operator on a Lancaster with 434 Sqn out of Croft Air Base. I believe he was a WO3 at the end of the War, but he never talked much about his experiences.

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November 17th 2017
07:02:28 AM
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Jenny Russell

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I am the cousin of WO 2nd class pilot Gordon William Chester Toal.
Descended from the Northern Irish side of my family tree.
Gordon was the son of my grandmothers brother Robert who emigrated
to Canada in 1911.

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September 19th 2017
07:13:03 AM
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Glen Carruthers

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I am the son of Orne Ross Carruthers who was a Warrant Officer with the 432 Squadron and on the crew of Stan \"Bud\" Raymond. I found this site very informative.

Thanks, Glen

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April 7th 2017
06:32:19 PM
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Stacey Gouthreau

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I am the niece of the Pilot Leo Gouthreau. I was so please to come across the photo of Uncle Leo and his crew. Thank you for sharing it

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November 22nd 2016
11:46:25 AM
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Don DeMill

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I\'m the son of Lank tail gunner Alf DeMill: 408 Sqdn. I went to the March 15 and 15/16 1945 entries to look for details about the death of Dad\'s crew mate Clive Boulton while on his 2nd tour of ops with 405 sqdn. but saw none; nor any mention of his sqdn doing anything on that day.

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May 29th 2016
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Kelvin

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Great research, well prepared website. Fully support your efforts.
http://www.aircrewremembered.com/homepage.html

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November 11th 2014
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Brad Ison

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Great to see Saucy Sue on your website. Thanks for maintaining it.

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