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Faye Claridge

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 29.05.2003 14:39

Hi



I'm writing to see if you can add a link on your site to the Local History section on the BBC Coventry and Warwickshire website:



http://www.bbc.co.uk/coventry/features/local-histo ry/index.shtml



The material is really special and includes exclusive online films, never heard before audio clips and a wealth of photographs. We cover Coventry and Warwickshire and have a special focus on World War Two.



Please contact me if you have any questions about how else you can get involved. Thanks.
Glenda Dawson-Hauer

Location:
Germany


posted: 25.05.2003 15:02

Just found the web site. Thinking of you all today but especially remembering my brother APO/CA Stephen Dawson.
ALAN ROGERS

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 20.05.2003 09:19

Inew frank armes who was killed on HMS COVENTRY great bloke and school mate he went in the navy and me the army, never will i forget my mate from norwich rest in peace frank your mate from norwich ALAN ROGERS.
AB(R)martin "BUSTER" Brow

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 17.05.2003 17:53

anybody remember me?3Q Mess
Bob (Ginge) Applegate

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 08.05.2003 18:44

Have just found the site. I served in cov as a PO (Gunner) from 1979 to 1982 and left just before the Falklands. What wonderful memories some of the names bring back. I still have my deployment book and often look through it. She really was a special ship manned by a special crew. My fondest regards to all who remember me.



Yours aye

Ginge.