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lindaburson
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Posted on Thursday, January 10, 2013 - 12:57 pm:   

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This Group is for people searching for their G.I fathers, also for American children looking for their English siblings..It is a friendly helpfull group, where you can chat and get help with your search..There is no charge and no need for form filling..We are all here to help in any way .If you would like to join GI&Family International Search please E.mail wastle1-gayle@yahoo.co.uk
 

Selim
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Posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 - 6:04 am:   

My husband is the king of WWF. Part of me hates pliyang against him because I ALWAYS lose. But the other day I played a 7 letter word and scored a boat load of points and that made all the losing worth it.
 

andytim1967
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Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2012 - 8:50 am:   

What area of England? My husband is the child of a GI stationed in Penryn/Falmouth in December 1944.We have no name but were told he may have been called Joe or Joey. Believe he was a Captain or officer possibly in the Supply Corp. in the US Navy. We know he supplied the food for his Aunt's wedding in 1944. He knew of my husband's existence as he sent food parcels and presents after the war. His mum was married at the time and her husband accepted Tim and brought him up as his own.We heard lots of rumours but nothing certain.
 

Diana
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Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011 - 6:24 pm:   

Do you know of anyone whose GI father or grandfather had the surname name Miller, Baker, or Payton.
Stationed in England during WWII?

American family looking for Children of these GIs

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