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    Hi Daz
    Many thanks for your contributions to my LDV inquires. Should you come across any more for 1940 period, please let me know.

    May I request your full name to properly acknowledge in my forthcoming boo, please? However, this will not be completed until late next year.

    Best wishes and thanks again for the interest.
    Brian
  2. Hi, I wonder if you could solve a mystery about the last mission of JD248, 78 Sqdn on the 23/24th August 1943, I have found the burials of 5 of the crew, but 2 crew members, Sgt. WILLIAMS, J. (R.G.)* & Sgt. LAMB, E. (M.U.)* are not at the same burial site -
    BERLIN 1939-1945 WAR CEMETERY

    Page 27 of 42 pages on the Operational Records in the National Archives tell us that the aircraft (Halifax 11 J.D. 248) on a bombing mission of Berlin, the crew were:-
    W/O LOWERY J. (Capt.)
    Sgt. AVIS, R. (Nav.)
    Sgt. EGAN, J. (Bomb)
    Sgt. MARTIN, D. (W/O)
    Sgt. MOORE, C. (F/Eng.)
    Sgt. WILLIAMS, J. (R.G.)*
    Sgt. LAMB, E. (M.U.)*

    Any help to find where they are buried, as I am trying to tell the story of D. MARTIN, who is o our local War Memorial at Hawarden, Flintshire. May thanks in advance for any help, Kind regards, Mavis Williams (Mrs.)
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