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Andrew Wilson I believe that the Browne Family were friends of my mother who arrived in the UK in March 1945. She left for Burma in September 1945 and during the year she was with the Browne Family at their house "Cotswold" which was in Harlow, Essex. The three sons were in the army - Capt Raymond Browne (Gorka Rifles), Capt Struan Browne (Royal Wiltshire Regiment), Capt Brian Browne (6th Airborne Division)
Feb 28, 2015 · posted to the person Struan Forsythe Browne
Andrew Wilson Browne family - Harlow Essex, UK 1945: I'm trying to trace the Browne family who lived in Harlow. The parents lived in a house called "Cotswold" and they had 3 sons who were in the army - Capt Brian Browne (Gorka Rifles), Capt Struan Browne (Royal Wiltshire Regiment) and Capt Raymond Browne (6th Airborne Division). I do not have dates of birth but would guess the ages of the three sons to be in their 30's.in 1945
Feb 28, 2015 · posted to the surname Browne
Andrew Wilson Yes - he had been a prisoner of war in Italy during World War II - I have no idea what the medals were for
Feb 23, 2015 · posted to the person Gordon James Bell
Andrew Wilson Her father, James W T Bell, arrived in South Africa (from Scotland) in 1902. Her mother, Gertrude Mitchell, was born in South Africa but both her parents were from Scotland.
Feb 21, 2015 · posted to the photo Heather Agnes (BELL) WILSON