Hi Just found this website. I have been trying to find out about a man called John L Digby, lieutenant R.A.M.C MO with 80th R.F.A Belgium 1/11/15 Is this the person referred to as John in the diary.
Hi Andrea, It sounds as if it could be my great uncle, John Lloyd Digby. I will dig out the records I have and confirm his Regiment number. (I recently moved house and there is stuff everywhere). I am fascinated to know your interest. Cheers Penny
Hi just read your comment. My interest is. If confirmed, the above mentioned wrote a lovely letter to my g grandmother about her son my grandfather informing her he had been wounded during WW1. at Ypres. My grandfather did survive but was never the same again. I have this original letter, it was handed down to me.
Hi Penny, love the website and all the research u have done. I am a descendant of Harold MacKnight, Edith Veysey brother. I am finding it hard to find any information on her or her brothers n sisters. I would love to find out more about her and her MacKnight siblings if u have any information.
Hi Geoffrey,Great to hear from you. I completely forgot to come back to the messages until now. It has been a big year with the death of my mother at 93. I do have some Macknight information I could pass on to you. Maybe if you give me your email address it would be easier. Lok forward to hearing from you. Let me know how you are descended from Harold. Cheers
Penny, my condolences for your loss. Harold MacKnight is my paternal great grandfather. Before my father passed away we were researching the MacKnight family history and came up with a lot of dead ends. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Great to hear from you.
Hi Penny, just wondering if you have forgotten about me! I haven't heard back from you in regards to passing on MacKnight family history.
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