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The best known was Island Farm in Wales - scene of a 'great escape' in 1945, with some German POWs getting as far as Birmingham and Southampton.

Researching POW camp locations proved a challenge when compiling Churchill's Unexpected Guests.

Sec.-Archivist (1952-1957), then Senior Research Fellow (1957-1960), School of Scottish Studies, University of Edinburgh; Lecturer, Folk Life Studies, University of Leeds, 1960-1964; Director, Institute of Dialect and Folk Life Studies, School of English, University of Leeds, 1964-1983; appointed to the Linguistic Atlas of England (LAE) Editorial Committee, 1968; Member, Scottish Arts Council, 1983-88 (Chairman, Literature Committee).

* "For exceptional gallantry, skill and great devotion to duty, often in close proximity to the enemy, during mine-searching and clearance operations in the ports of Normandy and of the Low Countries." ** A document dated states: "Lieutenant Saull went into Ouistreham in advance of the Naval Party with which he was serving, and discovered demolition charges on the lock gates and the bridge which he rendered safe.

In naval circles it is custom to refer to the commander of a vessel as Captain. Strictly out of practical considerations CO (Commanding Officer) is used here on this site. Central Office of Information (Economic Editor, Overseas Newspapers), 03.1947-08.1948.

For some more explanations & abbreviations see the help page. ).1947, Paddington district, London) Elsie Roberts Hide (ne Ellis) ( - 1999), divorced wife of Walter George Hide (1906-2002), daughter of ... Commonwealth Relations Office (British Information Services, India), ; Economic Information Officer, Bombay, 08.1948-04.1952; Editor-in-Chief, British Information Services, New Delhi, 04.1952; Deputy-Director, British Information Services, New Delhi, 09.1953-12.1956; Director, British Information Services, Pakistan (Karachi), 12.1956-1959; Director, British Information Services, Canada (Ottawa), 1959-1965, OBE; Counsellor (Information) to British High Commissioner, India, and Director, BIS, India (New Delhi), 1965-1968; Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Commonwealth Office, 1968; Head of British Government Office, and Senior British Trade Commissioner, Toronto, 1969; Consul-General, Toronto, 1974-1978.

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Of Trean Of Leny Robert BUCHANAN, son of James BUCHANAN and Unknown, was born about 1650 in Trean Of Leny Callander Perthshire Scotland. Katherine was born on in St George Edinburgh Scotland and died on at age 88.

Family Tree, Robert married Catherine Mcrob BUCHANAN. Marriage Notes: Reference Number:2500 Noted events in their marriage were: Mau: . Janet GRAY was born on in , Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland and died on at age 52.

Only son of late William Samples (1885-1957), and Jessie Margaret J. Assistant Director, Royal Ontario Museum, 1978-1983. Volunteer recording books for the blind, Canadian National Institution for the Blind, 1983-.

* indexed, but not listed as such University director and chairman.

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