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+1 #5 Steve Loveridge 2014-11-10 22:44
I have located photograph of Short Stirling EF409 on your site as it was preparing for Hamburg raid on 2-3/8/43. My uncle Gilbert Loveridge was among the crew that were killed in this aircraft that night.
If the photograph is correct and can be validated my uncle is 2nd from left. This has never been seen by the family.
Please
Can u email me p,ease so I can arrange confirmation and copy for my father, the younger surviving brother. He us 84 and it
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0 #4 Mark Terry 2014-11-07 06:03
I have been looking for B-17F 42-30677 for some time now and here you said that it had been discovered! The navigator, Lt. Jerome K. Hanson, was my mother's cousin. Please give me any information you have- when was it found? What kind of condition was the wreckage? Please let me know...thanks!
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0 #3 robert 2014-11-06 16:56
one of the crew was my great uncle Roy Ross i think he was the radio operator his rank was sgt if you have any info or images or where i can get his records would be appreacted

ND 642 100 SQDN lancaster 24/3/19
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0 #2 Andrew Kirk 2014-11-02 21:19
I would be interested in hearing from relatives of the last crew of ED858. My Uncle Roy Brown was the navigator.
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0 #1 Harry Doesburg 2014-10-27 10:19
Dear Sir, A a committee member of the wargraves committee Huizum, Netherlands we are looking for nice pictures of Lancaster DS831-QO-N (for Nan). We need them to create a war remembrance info-sign for this a/c and its crewmembers of which 6 died in the fatal crash on 16.12.1943 overhere, neear the city of Leeuwarden.
Hope you finally can help me with pictures of this particular Lanc, Sir!
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