My father Tom Sloan, served with No.3 Troop of “A” Squadron , 1st Lothians and Border Yeomanry, fighting/travelling with his troop of “Crabs” from Normandy (July 1944) to Hankensbuttel in Kreis Gifhorn, Germany (October 1945). He wrote a diary of the above period, which covers, among other things, the capture of Boulogne, and the attempt to land on Walcheren. It is handwritten, & runs to 27,000 words. I recently took advantage of an enforced rest after an operation to type up this diary ; not sure whether deciphering my fathers’ writing or the actual typing was the hardest ! Now that it is completed, I'd like to share the end-product with any interested parties. I've already sent a copy to the John Gray Centre in Haddington, and would love to find any descendants of those named in this diary. Anyone got any bright ideas on this ?