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General Chat / Re: How to make on it
« Last post by Tina Harrison on 21:08:07, 08/12/18 »
...how do you do what? :)
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General Chat / How to make on it
« Last post by WilliamAroup on 16:14:05, 30/11/18 »
 
How many times have I been asked how I do this, I decided to record a video about this
 
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General Chat / Jobee
« Last post by bish79 on 21:53:25, 13/11/18 »
Hi All.


I am John Bishop's Son, Brad.


Just thought i would let you all know that my dad passed away peacefully on 05/11/2018.


I know a few of you would have read some of his poems and chatted with him briefly...


If you knew my dad personally, or just want to pay your respects, you can do so by either attending the Funeral or Wake.
Gilroes Crematorium 30/11/2018 at 16:00 followed by a wake at Newfoundpool wmc 17:00 onwards.


Regards


Brad :'(
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Hi
     The plane was a Wellington bomber.It was a fabric covered so a fire could have burnt away fabric effecting control.
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HI
    A little more details of the crew please note the spelling of the names ,

   
 F/Sgt. Roger W. Bagley, 1237237 (Pilot) of Cannock, Staffs.
 Sgt. Richard A. Owens, 1410618 (Nav) of Llanvair Kilgeddin, Wales
 Sgt. George A. Long, R/156117, RCAF, (A/Bom) of Toronto, Ontario
 Sgt. Ronald W.B. Pimm, 656841 (WOP/AG) of Walworth, London
 Sgt. John J. Davidge 1803836 (AG) of Dagenham, Essex
   
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HI

 The date and the location does not match but I wondering if this is the one.

   The plane was a Wellington X9638 it toke off Castle Donington on 07/08/43 .The book command losses Volume 7 gives the information below.


     " T/o 0137 Castle Donington for a night detail during which the No.2 cylinder barrel on the port engine fractured.This led to the unit catching fire and sending the Wellington down to crash 0203 near the airfield. "

      The crew was 
                           F/S  R W Bagley
                           Sgt  R A Owens
                           Sgt  G A  Long  RCAF
                           Sgt  D W B Pimm
                           Sgt  J J Davidge

       Sgt Long RCAF rests in Oxford ( Botley ) Cemetery ,Sgt Davidge lies in Burton-on-the-Wolds Cemetery , the others were claimed by the relatives.
                           
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    Any known if this book will be put in to print ?
    I got this answer from the people at were going to print it Halsgrove Publishing.
    " Unfortunately we never published Austin Ruddy’s followup book -  I have looked on amazom and can find no mention of it so assume it was never printed.  I have spoken to our Commissioning Editors and there are no plans to print it in the immediate future.

 
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: Daniel Lambert 1770-1809
« Last post by timwalker on 14:31:55, 22/10/18 »
Roger


Sorry to have missed you in Stamford... could you possibly try contacting me again as I don't have any details for you.


Thank you.


Tim
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Leicester Chat / How to get Nolvadex?
« Last post by NolvaLob on 11:20:45, 30/09/18 »
Have to begin with examining what we are about when we do medicine what it is...
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Leicester History and Expats / Re: 'Wayside'
« Last post by John Galley on 14:37:25, 21/09/18 »
I was born 1943 at wayside would to see photos
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