Hi guys, need your help... Too keep a very long story short, more than 6 years ago I stumbled on a crashsite of a glider very close to my home. I searched for many years to try and find which glider it was and who its occupants were. But last year I had a major breakthrough and then it all went very fast... I was able to identify the glider and all its passengers. The glider crash-landed on September 17th 1944 and the passengers were soldiers from 101st Airborne Division but they had a special attachee, a British Cipher operator with the name 'Harold Spence'. I also was able to find all relatives of the American passengers and even got in contact with one who is still alive today! I received lots of information and pictures including the detailed written account of this cipher operator. (it seems the account was also partially used in some books like "HELL’S HIGHWAY") Since they landed in enemy territory and surrendering was out of the question, they had to escape. They succeeded but two Americans were killed. That is why I want to make a little monument near the crash site. I have details and pictures of all passengers but sadly I'm still not able to trace down the relatives of Harold Spence. After a lot of research and dozens of emails I can't find any details of him which might help me to locate this hero or his relatives. Can you guys help me in any way to find more information about Corporal Harold Spence? I added a snapshot of a movie that was made on September 17 at Ramsbury when they were walkting towards their glider. The man in front is his good friend Cpl. Sellers which had a similar mission but who sadly died when his glider also crashed that day. Memorial Glider of 101st Airborne Signal Company - Mariekerke - TracesOfWar.com Thanks!