The story behind, Bdr. W. Hunt 753244

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The story behind, Bdr. W. Hunt 753244

Postby Jeanny » Thu Dec 29, 2011 1:25 pm

I’m from Holland and my free work is working on a Genealogy Center in Limburg.

I’m searching information about;
Bdr. W. Hunt 753244
51e Heavy Battery R.A. 4th Heavy Regt. R.A. BLA

This army fought probably in the South of Holland WWII

Long time ago near Sittard there was found 2 peaces of linen of a backsack in a box on a little room below the roof. (loft)
We also have pictures of the peaces, but I don't know how to put them in here.

Since the requised came in on the Center and after many searchery I'm stok.
It seems if it never exist.
I know not much about Forums and perhaps my Englisch is not so good, but I give it a shot.
Perhaps somebody can help.
Yours sincerely, Jeanny
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Re: The story behind, Bdr. W. Hunt 753244

Postby scully » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:45 pm

Hi Jeanny,

Bombadier W. Hunt (753244) was with the Royal Artilary and not the Worcestershire Regiment.

Thanks for the email you sent with the photos. I checked the address which was shown on them and it would appear that a Julie D. Hunt still lives at that address. I have emailed you the full details so you can contact her.

Gelukkig nieuwjaar

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Re: The story behind, Bdr. W. Hunt 753244

Postby spitfire1940 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:12 pm

Hi Jeanny,

I myself live in Sittard,and would like to ask you if you please can contact me about B. W. Hunt.( email:
Hope to hear from you.
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