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Reply Katrina Macmillan
4:25 AM on June 30, 2016 
My father Don Macmillan in NSW Australia pasted away 27 May 2015- His buddy Gordie Evans was going to notify you but I received an email and see is he still on the surviving list. FYI
Reply Greg MacMillan
1:27 AM on May 21, 2016 
Nice to come across some of Dad's old mates - Donald 'Mac' Macmillan.
Reply John Gallichan
7:32 AM on February 7, 2016 
Hi. Jenny,
Sadly its appears that this site is no longer operative; presumably because there are not many of us left.
I served with Jim on 891 squadron
Reply Jenny Bowles
4:14 AM on January 3, 2016 
Hi, following up on some papers with my father Jim Bowles from the Benbow Division air apprentices 1941-1944. See from your archive that that organisation is no longer active, so trying you to see if you have any current contact details? Thank you Jenny Bowles
Reply R F (Red) Skilton
11:13 AM on October 5, 2015 
I wish to inform you that my Father 'Red' Skilton passed away on 11th August, after a month in hospital. He was fighting until the very end. I am trying to arrange committal of his ashes in the Solent, a service provided by the Royal Navy out of Portsmouth. If anyone would like any details, you may contact me at
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Reply Eddie Cuthbert
1:37 AM on November 28, 2014 
3rd attempt
Just to advise... got a number 7337 going to plonk that in the space "This is my text"!!!
Reply Gordon Winterbourne
5:41 AM on October 16, 2014 
The visiting Lancaster from Canada, which has been operating in the UK all summer in company with our own Lanc. Was rebuilt by an ex Newcastle
APP. He was in Hood division and passed out as an Aircraft Artificer 5th class.It cost $10,000 took 11 years. He was team leader. His name is Norman Etheridge. I met him at an American" fly in" at Oshkosh. with the Aircraft .. He had fitted it out with a few seats and traveled around in it with a bevy of youhg ladies who where all helpers at the rebuild. So Newcastle shines again.