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Yorkshire and the Military WW1-WW2

stationed there?


My mothers' home is Yorkshire. She
was born in Ferryhill, and grew up in Bedale.
 She left England in 1948,
There are photos of old school friends.
There are photos of military personnel, of men
 stationed near Leeming, England.

If you recognize someone, please let me know,

Waggon and Horses Pub
Bedale, Yorkshire, England
run by the Benson Family
1928-1948
Then                       and                         Now
Kathy and Olive Benson outside the  Waggon and Horses Pub
  
left James William Benson DLI   Who is the man in middle?
Can you help me identify the man died 1945 in Darlington, UK ?
sitting on left my great-grandfather James William Benson
WW1-trophy winners for possibly wrestling--
grandad was a wrestling referee during the first world war

WW1 servicemen don't know the unit
 person is related to me,
John Nunan.
John is the brother of my
 nan
Catherine (Nunan)Benson.
Don't know which one, though.
John Nunan

Catherine Benson and daughter Lilly
inside and behind the Waggon and Horses Pub
Bedale, England
    
 
Catherine Benson and a Polish Soldier          RCAF   left J. Sheardown others unknown  

Margaret Benson--Masher Brown--Granny and Masher Browns' 60th wedding anniversary
 

RCAF WW2

    
John Benson standing                                     unknown                              Pete R.

W.O.'s & SERGEANTS, H.Q. SQUADRON, 6TH TANK GUARDS BRIGADE
1943

UNKNOWN UNIT STATIONED NEAR BEDALE

THE  SPITSCAT or Spitfire  BAND WW2-England
all military musicians'
AND THEIR SIGNATURES

   my mum and friend Pete
 
         Sadie Catherine Todd                      young boy Jan                        Stan and Sylvia?  of Ferryhill

Do you know when you have had enough?

Eileen Jackson --- Ferryhill          Gladys Barker 1947
 
                                         
                   Mildred Small 1947        Molly and Sylvia        C. Fawcett -Firby Lodge                
     

  Nancy and Sandy Hepburn               Sheila Jones                              Ann&Gladys
      

Johnny Whitten                                   Ken & Scilia         Tommy & Ivy Thompson
   
 

right is Gerry Morgan--others unknown--WW2

The Benson Family left England for Canada on this ship. October 1948
AQUITANIA
The Aquitania (1914-1950) was the only major ship that served and survived both world wars.
She was also the last four funnel liner to be retired.

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