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51) Ross Campbell 
Location:
Winnipeg Manitoba Canada Location
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Saturday, 25 October 2003 21:15 Permalink

Hi All; Just checking in again to see what's up, and hoping that some one would know the where abouts of Stevie Morgan, who was in 644 Sigs Tp R. Sigs in Cyprus and in turn attached out to the Danish Btn in Xeros in 76.Poor old Stevie was stuck with 3 Canadians on that posting, I think we were easy on him.
50) Ian Winterbottom 
Location:
Bolton, Lancs Location
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Thursday, 23 October 2003 17:36 Permalink

Hi Everyone, getting in here again, first time I've been in ages. Still a great, first class site. Found one of the guys I asked for, Jim Clancy. Still looking for the others. Does anyone remember Ralph Johnson or Rick Horsfall, both of 28 Sig Regt.? To the Danish lad who asked for a friend, Francisca Kaserne at St Tonis, near Krefeld, is the old 28 Sigs, now closed, so way out of date! All the very best to you all, Ian
49) Per Brogaard Berggreen 
Location:
Fredericia, Denmark Location
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Wednesday, 22 October 2003 20:09 Permalink

I hope you can help me. I have lost contact with CPL Darren Pearce, whom I met during signal excercise Combined Endeavour 2001 in Germany. I have an outdated adress in Germany, Francisca Kaserne, Stockweg 1, Krefeld Germany. Hope you can help locate him, or point in the right direction.

My Regards

1. LT P.B. Berggreen
Danish Signal Regiment
Treldevej 110
DK-7000 Fredericia
7622-8125
4093-6649 (private mobile Phone)
48) Syd Wilson 
Location:
Harrogate Location
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Wednesday, 22 October 2003 16:53 Permalink

Can anyone help me trace Barry and Rosemary Seaton,last seen at 8 Sig Regt 1968. He was the orderly room Sgt.It would be great to see them again as I was their bestman at thier wedding in 1965 <217 Sig Sqn Hubblerath Germany> Cheers
Syd
47) Dave Edwards 
Location:
surrey Location
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Tuesday, 21 October 2003 12:01 Permalink

Greetings.I wonder if anyone can give me some info on my dad, Douglas Edwards.He served in the Royal Signals from 1938 until around 1952. He was posted to Rawalpindi in 1939 as a signaller, and I beleive subsequently ended up as an RSM. He came from the Wimbledon area. As most of his side of the family are now dead, I would be really grateful for any info.thanks.....Dave
46) Caroline Hunter 
Location:
Doncaster Location
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Tuesday, 21 October 2003 09:46 Permalink

Does anyone remember or have any information on my grandad who served with the Royal Signals at home and Farelf during the period 25 Oct 48 to 10 Nov 52. His name was Terence Caton (Terry), rank: signalman, army trade: despatch rider.
45) Brian 
Location:
Thundersley. Essex Location
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Tuesday, 21 October 2003 05:18 Permalink

Could I please once again ask you all to add at least one of your postings to the Database if you want to be found. Otherwise your name will not appear there and no one will be able to find you. :+ Make our job worthwhile add one posting at least.
44) John Baker 
Location:
Corrimal NSW Australia Location
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Tuesday, 21 October 2003 04:52 Permalink

Have just found the site, anyone from the display team of 1948, the good old days!! :)
43) Robert Smithers 
Location:
Wiltshire Location
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Monday, 20 October 2003 17:05 Permalink

I am looking for Pidge Bullen last seen 12 Wireless Squadron 1957. He was then Sgt Bullen. Hoping someone can help.
42) LEONARD DAVIS 
Location:
kidderminster Location
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Monday, 20 October 2003 15:12 Permalink

Just found this site, and i wont loose it. what a great place to look at. I was a third class opperator and passed at catterick in 1952 then went to Germany, a place called LEMGO.we were a air support unit, i am now 69, it was a few years ago so I can't remember many names, but I still remember the morse code. When we joined we were given our uniforms and PT kit one white shirt and a red vest. The red vest my Grandson wears it now and again, it has faded but it is still in good condition. next year I want to get to Blandford to the museum. I lived in Birmingham when I did my National Service.

Thursday, 1 January 1970 00:00
Len have you had a look at the morse convertor?? The address is http://www.royal-signals.org.uk/morsecode.php
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