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Two Brothers sent to Canada as Banardo's boys befo

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Frederick

Frederick Report 23 Jun 2008 18:17

I hope that this message might ring bell with a G/U member in Canada. One of the boys visited he's aunt in c1944 named Catherine Baker nee Day Known as Kate, She at that time living in Southwark Surrey London. He had inlisted with an American army unit and was in England for the start of D day.
He's name is Edward (Eddie) Day and in 1944 he would have been between 25 and 30 years old, had a wife and children in Canada living in the Ontario Area we were told.
The second brother is Alfred (Alf) Day at that time (1944) was single and was a member of the Canadian Scottish Highlanders Regiment aged between 25 and 30 years, also here for D day.
If we find the two boys family's they have many cousin's that there children's children wouldn't know and are able to give them the full history of there ancesters.

Thank you G/U members in Canada for reading this e-mail, and any information recieved would be wecome.

Regards and best wishes Fred.