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The British Newspaper Archive
Read about historical events at the time they were happening. Perhaps you'll discover your ancestor in their local newspaper?
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|Rosalyn||Report||8 Nov 2003 17:35|
Does any one know of Roger Boucher, who served at R.A.F. Sealand Flintshire, in the late 1950.s He was /is my husbands father, we believe he may have gone back to U.S.A. he never saw my husband who was born in 1958. My husbands mother was a Joan Syrad who lived in Shotton North Wales, and at that time worked at R.A.F. Sealand, we would love to know if he still alive, and if he knows he has a son and three lovely grandaughters.