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douglass Posted - 13 August 2011 : 17:15:48
Hi all,
looking to where I could find any information nomatter how little regarding Cockburnspath Home Guard as my grandfather was part of them
all replies/information greatly appreciated

douglas
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epfborders Posted - 25 August 2011 : 00:00:21
Maybe worth putting your request on the cockburnspathandcove website as well and asking for a request to be posted on the notice board beside the Post Office

Elma

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