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  1. MarkhamPA

    Many years ago an old friend passed away, those of us who served with him had trouble letting people know as there was no quick way of communicating with each other.

    So the first go out doing something was open up a msn page, this later moved onto our original web site and our face book page.

    A few years ago the web site was refreshed. However we knew some time in the future we would outgrow what we had at the AGM in 2018 we agreed to move the site, modernise it, make it more profesional.

    Here’s the result, great piece of work and something we can add to.

    Cheers Gary O’Shea and Gonz Wright for taking this forward.

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  2. JohnsonP

    Well done guys, as you can see I’ve finally logged in.

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  3. QuinnGMJ

    Can A Sapper “Jonathan James Frankum” added the role of honour?

    He was a Sapper with the then 21 EOD SQD, MT Troop Lodge Hill around 1993.

    He passed away in March the 9th 1993 while on a train exercise in Weymouth.

    I don’t have access to his regimental number, but with research the branch could find it.

    Kind Regards.

    Gary Quinn.

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  4. Angela Farley (at the time)

    Many years ago, as a child in Leeds, I helped shop for an old lady, Mrs Paver, who, by now a widow, continued to mourn her son who, I was told, died defusing a bomb. I suddenly found myself thinking of her – and by extension of him – and looked on this website. How poignant to find him there as Leonard Paver, see a photo of his grave. Thank you for the efficiency and skill involved in maintaining this site.

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  5. Joe CRABTREE joecrabtree4598@btinternet.com

    Hi,looking for anyone who knew my brother in law,sgt.steven Wilkinson b.e,m died in QUEEN ELIZABETH MILITARY HOSPITAL,WOOLWICH, CHATHAM,KENT,STEVEN WAS PROUD TO BE A SOLDIER,IN ROYAL ENGINEERS,E.O.D AND LOVED THE JOB HE DID,JUST WONDERED IF ANYONE REMEMBERED HIM,THANKYOU JOE,(YOU ALL DO A TERRIFIC JOB FOR QUEEN +COUNTRY,A BRILLIANT JOB BY ALL OF YOU MANY THANKS,JOE+DOROTHY

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  6. John O'Neill

    Wondering why Sgt Robert O’Doherty who died with Braddock on Trimingham beach 1953 is not on the Roll of Honour. My wife’s beloved brother. She would be pleased.

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