LOST TRAILS

Friendships are forged during times of hardship and service but often comrades lose contact when they return to their civilian lives. Lost Trails is a messageboard service to help you locate your former mates, companions etc.

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I am trying to find out more information about my father's service history during the WW2. I know he served as an aircraft engineer aboard an aircraft carrier, but don't know his service number, dates, or even which ship he served on. If anyone recognises the name or photo, and has any information, ...
Read more or contact Carole Salter nee Jagger
Posted: 21 August 2015

Leslie Roots (1921-1944) - RAF Volunteer Squadron 100 Navigator Flight Sergeant 1391821- was my father's brother and I am researching his story for our family history. Both my parents and grandparents have passed away so I have noone alive to assist but would love to hear from anyone who knew him or...
Read more or contact Caroline Wood
Posted: 21 August 2015

My father Captain Philip N Bartlett General List 51st Division Staff Officer No 3 Army No 44641 POW No 1370 captured St Valery En Caux 12/06/1940 and was in the following camps Oflag VII C Laufen Castle, 8/07/1940 Oflag VI B Dossel, 11/10/1940 to Sept 1942 Oflag VII C Laufen 12/09/1942 Ofla...
Read more or contact Mrs Cherry Hollingworth
Posted: 4 February 2015

My Granddad Sapper James Parker MM , was with the Royal Engineers 70 Mechanical Equipment Platoon India/Burma 1944-46. I am looking for information and anyone with photographs of the unit (Group Photo taken 4/2/45 Juhu,India by OC D.A. Wells RE) and any taken during operation Pharos Cocos Keeling...
Read more or contact Andrew Baltuskonis
Posted: 16 January 2015

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