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Leonard ( Bill) Studley
Posted by: frankmackleston ()
Date: August 11, 2016 10:40PM

I sailed to Australia in September - October 1961
I lost contact with him around Feb/1962. He is from the south of England, Somerset or perhaps Dorset and would about 70 yrs old today.
I learned that he went into National Service in 1965, don't know which branch, and would love to make contact with him again.
If anyone knows him or has any suggestions as to how I might locate him, please let me know.
Thanks.
Frank

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