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1 year ago
Chiad Fhear
Hi Michael What a star you are !!! An amazing result. I got this response - which perhaps you know about - through RootsChat: "Reported Destruction of Submarines" (ADM 239/26): "July 25, 47°52'N, 11°44'W (Atlantic) Possibly slightly damaged S.S. Baynyassa at 0600 sighted the periscope of a S/m (submarine) on port bow. Headed for S/m in order to ram and suc
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1 year ago
Chiad Fhear
Brilliant, Michael Thanks very much for that. The question fairly well answered. It's in hand to get the stuff from Kew anyway. Regards Andy
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1 year ago
Chiad Fhear
Many thanks for the reply Michael. Much appreciated. I'll let Captain Murray's grandson know the outcome so he can follow it up. Regards Andy
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1 year ago
Chiad Fhear
Greeting all I am trying to find answers to a family "tale" about a British Captain who was awarded the D.S.O. in 1917. His Obituary reads: "Vancouver Sun", Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada : Sunday 16 March 1929 "Noted Mariner Dies Suddenly Capt. George Murray, D.S.O., master of the SS. Lillehorne, died suddenly early Friday at the St. Francis hotel, Seymour
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