June 28th 1944 was the date when Handley Paige Halifax LW143 DY-O was shot down during a mission to bomb a railway sidings in France. The crash resulted in 3 of the crew losing their lives. The other four managed to get away, were hidden by Huguette Verhague (in the Abbaye de Mortemer) a local resistant in the area of Lisors, Normandy. They were captured later by Jacques Desoubre and handed over to the enemy only to be liberated later towards the end of the war. The very same night, a young lady sat with her mother in the village of Lyons La Forêt watching as the plane came down. Little did she realise that her future husband was in that plane. Reginald Joyce was one of the crew members who survived. He later returned in 1949 to marry miss Janine Colzy whose father was in the local resistance group. Janine and Reginald later moved to England where, in 2010 Reginald passed away. I am trying to his wife (if she is still alive) and daughter who I believe may now live in Withenhall, England. Can anyone please help me locate his daughter at least as I would like to talk to her about a project that I am involved in to have a memorial erected at the crash site in honour of her father's crew. I unfortunately do not know her surname now but have been reliably informed she lives in the UK. I would also like to invite her to a ceremony of remembrance that we hold in honour of madame Huguette Verhgue and other resistants. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.