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Trying to find Greenhalf
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|Sheila||Report||19 Feb 2004 09:28|
Hi I would like to contact anyone that might of known or known of James Alfred Greenhalf (my Father)from the Swaffham area, He was in the Royal Navy during the 2nd World War on the mine sweepers, unfortunately he was killed in 1946 working on the railway. I know he had a sister called Maud who lived in Muswell hill London, also a brother who stayed in the Suffolk area. I have been told that my dad made contact with relations in America( Pensilvania I think) after or during the W.War.2.he visited them when he docked in the US. Regards Sheila