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World War Two / 2nd Royal Welsh Fusiliers War Diaries 1942
« on: Saturday 08 August 20 13:27 BST (UK)  »
Can any one direct me to TNA piece numbers for the war diaries of the 2nd. Royal Welsh Fusiliers commencing in May 1942. Operation Ironclad.
It's in connection with my earlier post HMS KARANJA

Thanks SW

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Armed Forces / KENYA 1948
« on: Thursday 14 May 20 18:14 BST (UK)  »
Has anyone got details of Army regiments/units serving in Kenya 1948.
Arriving at Mombasa 11/Nov/ 1948 on board the troopship EMPIRE KEN.

Thanks SW

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World War Two / MOD records at NEC Birmingham show.
« on: Tuesday 14 March 17 13:43 GMT (UK)  »
Just received this via e-mail.

"MOD Record Office press release

The Ministry of Defence will be attending the Who Do You Think You Are Live show at the NEC, Birmingham, between the 6 and 8 April 2017.

The show, a spin off from the popular TV series “Who Do You Think You Are?” has about 12,000 visitors over the 3 days and focuses on genealogy. The MOD stand will be staffed by experts from the MODs Medals and Records Offices and offer medals and records advice, live searches of the MOD databases supporting their holdings of service records and RAF Casualty Packs, and issue of Veterans Badges.

The MOD holds all service records where the individual was discharged after 1921 (including about 500,000 who saw service in World War One) and has catalogued about 10,000 RAF Casualty Packs.  This is therefore a rare opportunity to access these databases and talk direct to experts from the MOD, and will be of interest to family historians and military researches. The stand will also feature a display of Medals, Service Records and RAF Casualty Packs.

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You can view the full announcement by clicking the link below:
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Regards,
The Royal Navy Research Archive Forums Team"

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The Common Room / Researching via National Insurance Number
« on: Saturday 19 November 16 20:33 GMT (UK)  »
I have had and enquiry from abroad concerning an old British Merchant seaman (born 1904 so presumed deceased)
The lady in question know's very little about her grandfather but she has his NI number. (from MN records)
Is there anyway she can trace his movements and importantly how and where he died via NI records?
Who would she get in touch with.

Thanks SW

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World War Two / DUNKIRK 1940
« on: Wednesday 24 August 16 10:58 BST (UK)  »
Could anyone identify the Trawler in the attached photograph.
Possiblities are  PAXTON (LT1114), BOY ROY (LT1167), GIRL PAMELA (LT52) and LORD CAVAN (LT680).

Thanks SW

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Armed Forces / JASPER STUART MOORE RN?
« on: Saturday 20 August 16 18:54 BST (UK)  »
Looking for a Seaman named JASPER STUART MOORE born 1887 in Clare but spent most of his early life in Limerick. I can find nothing on this man being a Merchant Seaman.
It has been stated that two of his ships were BLACK PRINCE and VIVID. Which I understand to be an RN ship and a RN Shore Establishment.
Problem is I still cannot find him as RN, RNR or RNVR  Any help appreciated.
Thanks SW

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Armed Forces Resources / New RN and RM records on line
« on: Friday 08 April 16 00:33 BST (UK)  »
Find My Past are in the process of putting online British Royal Navy & Royal Marines Service and Pension Records, 1704-1919
 Over 900,000 records to uncover previously unknown details of service with the Royal Navy or Royal Marines.
Another great resource.

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Armed Forces Resources / WW2 MOVEMENTS OF HM SHIPS AND SUBMARINES
« on: Saturday 31 January 15 20:17 GMT (UK)  »
Detailed Movements of HM ships and Submarines covering the period of WW2, are obtainable from the British National Archive in piece ADM199/2545 to piece ADM199/2577.


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Occupation Interests / Radiologists
« on: Monday 24 November 14 20:53 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for a lady who appears on a 1948 Passenger list Liverpool to New York City and who's occupation is described as Radiologist.
I assume she practiced in London UK  prior to emigrating to the US.
Where could I find records of Radiologists 1943-1948?

Any help appreciated.
 Thanks SW

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