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RE: WW1 Soldiers Records

Postby clivus43ad » Tue Apr 28, 2009 8:36 pm

Have you tried contacting the K. S. L. I. museum in Shrewsbury?? I had dealings with them last year when researching a rellie of mine that died in Palestine. They were very helpful.
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RE: WW1 Soldiers Records

Postby janmogs » Wed Apr 29, 2009 12:13 am

Thank you Clive for your suggestion. That has been on my mind to do for a while. I'll get around to it sometime. It is very helpful to know that the people there are keen to help. Nothing worse than being turned away!
Very grateful for your help.
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