Gribjs kaisli kdu neprtgu vrieti, kas tevi nolaupa, aizved un tad iegst...Ldz im manam kaisles objektam nebija ne sejas, ne vrda, bet pdj laik tas arvien vairk ska ldzinties manam jaunajam kolim. Via tums acis mdza raudzties man tik dzidomgi un aicinoi..Case on The Part of Sir Hugh Hune Campbell of Marchmont, Baronet, in Relation to The Claim of Francis Douglas Home, Esq.
Best regards, Alf Egil Johannessen Hi, I have an obituary for a friend of my late father. Recent deceased is Francis O'Rourke, he was a 1st LT bombardier. I would just like to say how very proud of his father he is and of his wonderful mother.Squadron Codes of 416th BG: 668th BS (5H); 669th BS (2A); 670th BS (F6); 671st BS (5C).Bases Wethersfield (England); Melun/Villaroche, Laon/Athies, Cormeilles-en-Vexin (France). He was assigned and joined the 397th/596th in January 1945. Don Hoch, son of Sterling Hoch Do you have any information about this airplane? My mother's name, Hilda, was painted on the cowling of the left engine. When I find the rest of my pictures, I might get a serial number. As your father's a/c was a Douglas A-20 Havoc, you have to search some other avenues for information. Squadron Codes of 409th BG: 640th BS (W5); 641st BS (7G); 642nd BS (D6); 643rd BS (5I). He is listed for both those items in the 596th Monthly History reports which I sent previously. His name is on the side of the plane under the cockpit window. I have checked the 410th BG roster, and your father's name is not found there. If you find photos showing rear fuselage with squadron code you are a bit closer.J, tas kas man pietrka, bija vrieu uzmanbas apliecinjumi, taurii vder un apzia, ka vl spju savaldzint.