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Thank you so much for taking the time to provide me with all of the information.  It is truly fantastic!!!  I have gone onto the website you mentioned and began to look.  Its wonderful to have someone help as I have been doing this for ages but with very little knowlege.   :) thanks Susie

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Wow, thank you that is wonderful.  Would you have more detail or perhaps where I can find the information you have provided, but in full?  Thank you again. Susie  :)

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World War Two / Re: POW WW2 - cannot find details of grandfather can anyone help?
« on: Tuesday 03 August 10 17:03 BST (UK)  »
Thank you for that Brian, I will take a look.  :)

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World War Two / Re: POW WW2 - cannot find details of grandfather can anyone help?
« on: Tuesday 03 August 10 16:53 BST (UK)  »
My grandfather has passed away and his next of kin is still alive but not in contact.

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World War Two / Re: POW WW2 - cannot find details of grandfather can anyone help?
« on: Tuesday 03 August 10 16:50 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Brian for taking the time to reply.  I cannot get access to his service records because I am not his next of kin and the person who is, I am not in contact with.  What a shame.  :(  I was hoping that the bit about Captain Uppham might of helped.  Thank you anyway.  Susie

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The August's of the New Forest, Ringwood, Hampshire emigrated to the USA around the mid 1800's.  There is no trace of any of them and I am looking to see if any survived and if there are decendants.

One person in particular was in the Winona Daily, Republic on 11th April 1868, page 3.  There was a big fire at Farrington's Group Building and John August (one of the ancesters) had fatal injuries and died.

There was also a Frederick August who wrote from 2797(?) W.St, Lincoln, Nebraska to England looking for his relatives.  He sent the letter to Ringwood 12th August 1918

I do hope someone can help me to find ancestral information and of any possible descendants.

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Kent / Amy August WRAF 1918-1919. No:11785
« on: Tuesday 03 August 10 15:59 BST (UK)  »
any information on the above subject would be wonderful please (born in kent 1887)

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World War Two / POW WW2 - cannot find details of grandfather can anyone help?
« on: Tuesday 03 August 10 15:30 BST (UK)  »
Hi, my grandfather was a pow in WW2, I am not 100% sure if it was the Italians, Japanese of Germans.  But two facts that may help, he was in the buffs and was recognised for saving the life of New Zealand's double VC hero Capt Charles Uppham and was mentioned in dispatches (which I missed unfortunately).

My grandfather's full name is Percy Leslie Louvaine August, born 21 August 1916 in Old Dover Rd, Canterbury and died 2 November 1997.

I hope you can help, I am new to this so hopefully I am doing this right.

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