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35) Preddy DEO 
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Wednesday, 24 September 2003 21:02 Permalink

I am trying to trace my fathers' war time service between 1943 - 1947. He servied in 60 DR Squad ‘R’ Signal Section in 1943 (Motorbike ‘Royal Enfield’ No C4608704) and later in 152 DR Signal Section – B.L.A.
Any information relating to his attachments would be of interest
34) Stan Lee 
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Monday, 22 September 2003 22:00 Permalink

Does anyone remember my dad Stan Lee Regt No.22773266
33) Gary Lee 
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Monday, 22 September 2003 21:57 Permalink

Does anyone know the whereabouts of a Terry Filer. He was in 7 Sigs in 1972 and was the godparents of my daughter.Last heard he was a Sgt at Harrogate.
32) Colin G Ogilvie 
Location:
South Yorkshire Location
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Thursday, 18 September 2003 16:17 Permalink

Seems as though you had problem openning photo I have sent. Could Keith give me some tips eg. what format to file photos before entering them in email, first time I have tried it.

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Try either of the following formats JPG .... OR GIF
Bets of Luck
31) John Daly 
Location:
Wiltshire Location
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Monday, 15 September 2003 21:29 Permalink

I wonder if anyone can help. My father, Michael Joseph Daly,(Now sadly departed) served in the signals during WW2 and I am very interested to find anyone who knew him. Unfortunately I have been left no records, all I know is that he was in the signals, his unit arrived in Normandy about 10 days after D-Day and spent time later in the war in Brussels. He was 21 in 1944 and would have come from East London -Barkingside/Ilford? Very greatful for any info or links.

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Hi John, I have taken the Liberty of putting your request onto the yahoo royal-signals discussion group, and will also copy it into the next edition of the Newsletter. Maybe we will find someone who can help...

Regards and best wishes, Petra
30) Colin G. Ogilvie 
Location:
Yorkshire Location
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Monday, 15 September 2003 21:29 Permalink

Congratulations to you all, its a credit to your hard work and dedication to help your Comrades, Past,Present and Future of the Royal Signals in building this marvelous website. keep up the good work.
29) Ross Campbell 
Location:
Canada Location
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Saturday, 13 September 2003 17:24 Permalink

Great site. Does any one know of the where abouts of Stevie Morgan Royal Sigs. 644 Sigs Trp. Cyprus,Xeros, Danish Bt. 1976.
28) Steve Anthony 
Location:
Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada Location
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Thursday, 11 September 2003 15:15 Permalink

Great site - well done!
Anyone remember my name from 13 Sigs, Langeleben, Winchester, Tangmere....
I was at Langeleben just before they bulldozed the site clean, took many pictures and will send them to anyone interested.
Retired this year, found a nice location 4,300 feet up the Rocky Mountains, probably the closest I will get to heaven! ;)
Steve
27) Ian Winterbottom 
Location:
Bolton, Lancs Location
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Wednesday, 10 September 2003 14:59 Permalink

Excellent Site, congratulations to you. Recommended to you by Petra (thanks, love) but the first time I've got in properly. Lovely stuff and already found someone I know. Jokes are good! Anyone from 28 Sigs out there, or anyone else who knows where I might find Keith "Moff" Moffatt, from the Glasgow area, or Jimmy Clancy, from Blackburn? I'm currently in Bolton, Lancs. All the best and keep up the good work, Ian

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
You are most welcome Ian, and I am glad you found your way into the site eventually! :*
Regards Petra
26) H.R. Campbell 
Location:
Canada Location
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Wednesday, 3 September 2003 14:00 Permalink

Great site here folks. Enjoy everything about it. And while I'm here, does any one know of the where abouts of Stevie Morgan, he was the lone Brit in the Royal Canadian Signals detachment with the Danes in Xeros (Cyprus) in 76. All of us of course were 644 Signal Troop.
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