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#1 soren1941

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 08:21 AM

This is a great tool, however I've not been able to search for this casualty, the website requests a donation to H4H which obviously is not a problem, however once on there they only take card payments, I'd like to pay via paypal.... very frustrating!

If anyone can help, I have sketchy details for a 1918 soldier by the name of Francis (?) Riley, K.I.A 25/Sep/1918 possibly Royal Irish Fusiliers.

I had hoped to check the entire day to see if there were any likely candidates as he is not coming up on CWGC, I suspect that the date and first name may be iffy

Geoff's 1914-21 Search Engine

Many thanks in advance

Soren
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#2 geoff501

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 09:20 AM

PM sent.

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The WW2 Commonwealth Casualty Search Engine:
http://www.hut-six.c.../search39-47.php

"Well, the most important thing that was new was the idea of URI -- or URL. The idea that any piece of information anywhere should have an identifier, which will not only identify it, but allow you to get hold of it. That idea was the basic clue to the universality of the Web. That was the only thing I insisted upon." Tim Berners-Lee.





#3 soren1941

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 08:08 PM

Brilliant many thanks

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[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC] Sample 'Michael Wittmann'
Passchendaele Prints ~ WW1 & WW2 themed prints
http://passchendaeleprints.com/

I begin with the principle that all men are bores. Surely no one will prove himself so great a bore as to contradict me in this.
Soren Kierkegaard




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