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Register to Vote This is our time. Register to Vote. Instagram Follow Us! There was still a gun cabinet in the relay. Moved over to the new PCRS when it opened. I remember the five tall wooden towers, until one day there was only one left standing.
One memorable time was walking sandy lane during the middle of the night. Does anyone remember staying on the dark road by listening to your foot steps on the hard surface. I wasn't one of them, but at times everyone would go to the back of the bus going up hammer hill. Driver sure got mad because it lifted the front wheels off the road. Oh to be young again. Ta Ta to everyone. I am searching for my wife's biological grandmother.
He was married at the time, as was the grandmother to an English serviceman. She would have been in her mid 20's to early 30's. Her name may have been Marian, but we are not positive. We believe she was employed at the Liberty Lanes bowling alley at Lakenheath. Does anyone possibly remember anything about this woman?
Any information at all would be useful. My wife's father and biological grandfather are unwilling to assist us in our search. May have worked in communications at the Elephant pit. Was likely on the basketball team.
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Please email me if you have any kind of information. Thank you all so much. Can't wait to find him or his family. I am searching for a woman, possibly named Marian, who worked at a bowling alley near Chicksands in She would have been in her 20's. I know her husband was deployed at the time.
Marian was English and had short blonde hair at the time. Any leads would be most appreciated. Would like for anyone stationed at Chicksands from to to contact me. I feel so good when I think about all the good times and even the auto tragedy with many of my friends bummer but, because of some of Y'alls input to me I am constantly dealing with on a more level plane. I am particularly looking for Herb Gladney.
The e-mail he gave me doesn't work. I would like to hear from many others, such as Perry Heath. Recieved input from Angela, that just melted my heart. Keep the e-mails coming!
They are really theraputic. Really miss everyone!!! I am trying to trace my husbands father who was based at Chicksands in as an American GI All I have to go on is his name Pat Cooper My husband has tried other sites to gain his army number but so far no reply. Was stationed at chicksands from to may 'b' trick.
Hey Larry, Was at the Sands at about the same time as you. How about the party girls up at Nottingham? Can't remember the pub where many hung out. Talk about a learning experience. The rest I'll leave to everyone's imagination.