HG Lambert - a soldier with the Chindits

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Stuart Walker | alnstu@ntlworld.com
What a fantastic and important site.

I am trying to find informatin on my Grandfather Leslie argyle walker KIA 22/7/44.4865174

Any info would be gratefully recieved
29 December 2006 - Dorset

Rosie Lambert | campervan_girl@hotmail.co.uk
Just dropped by as haven't been here for a while. Found it interesting re-reading about the Chindits, and the questionnaire / piece that Grandpa wrote about his time with the Chindits. I can't even imagine what it would have been like. Keep up the good work Dad :)
7 December 2006 - Nottingham

Loreena brooks | dtoogood@hotmail.com
My father, Fred Brooks, Royal Leicesters served as a Chindit. He is now 84 and lives in East Langton, Market harborough, Leics,UK. Any info or contacts appreciated.
2 December 2006 - United Kingdom

rosemary johnston | bridgetonserose@hotmail.com
My Father was in the R A, signed up in Maryhill Barracks, Glasgow, then I believe he went 2 Harrogate. After N.Africa he was seconded 2 the Chindits. His name John Stewart Crossan from Glasgow. Any Info would b helpful.Thanx.
14 November 2006 - Australia

Elaine Palmer | elainep27@gmail.com
I have found reference to a Pte 5260423 W Horne in the 7th Leicestershire Regiment (The Chindits). My father told my brother that he was in communications in India/Burma during the war but would never speak of what he did. I would like to confirm whether or not this is my father. He was born 16.12.13 and came from the East End of London. According to my mother he was originally conscripted into the Royal Fusiliers. Can anyone help?
What a fantastic website!!
2 October 2006 - London

Sharon Norwell | sharon_norwell@btinternet.com
I recently found a photograph of my father H.L.North. It also contained 3 other soldiers. There were signatures on the back. They were E Crisp from Belgrave, Pte.s.Wright from Loughborough and T. Draycott from sileby. Can Any one tell me information about these people and if any of them are still alive. Also if they have any stories about my Dad. Thanks Sharon
26 August 2006

Martin Eggermont | eggbox@ntlworld.com
You should be proud of your dad's endeavours and your own.
13 July 2006 - England

george malcolm skillander | george@skillander.fslife.co.uk
any tails,stories,accounts,memories etc.good or bad about my dad george patrick skillander(referred to as "irish ex-jocky" in BF's book,Beyond The Chinwin.
17 June 2006

Tom Gamble | tom.gamble@ntlworld.com
Hi. Just found your site after some research about my father, Tom Gamble 4802735 ( no. 151 on the Column 2 list ) It is a superbly put together site and you should be thanked for your efforts. So many things like the pay book and the fact that he never sent for his medals until I - as a serving soldier - prompted him, are so alike. It brings back many memories of my father who sadly died in 1994. Well done.
If anyone has any info about my father I would be very grateful to hear from you.
Good luck to all.
13 May 2006 - Leicester

Tracey | Benmores@aol.com
My dad Frederick Seddon called Freddie served in 14th Army 2nd bn bw Javelin with Brig. Brodie and is now 80. I am writing down parts of his story.
1 May 2006 - UK

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