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National Fire Service WW2

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mayblossom Report 15 Apr 2014 16:08

Where would I find record of personnel who served in the NFS during WW2. I am trying to trace information about one of these servicemen who was billeted with my parent during the early part of the war in the South Staffordshire are. Thanks for any help


+++DetEcTive+++ Report 15 Apr 2014 19:33

Explore the follow site found by an internet search and see if they can help. Presumably you have a name? (british fire services association)

contact details of Staffordshire Fire and Rescue are here

Unless the fireman is listed on the CWGC site as being killed in service, you may have to prove that you are next of kin or that he is deceased before confidential information is released.


mayblossom Report 16 Apr 2014 11:17

Thank you for such a prompt reply to my message and I will contact the sites you have provided to see if I can obtain any information, Mayblossom.