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Frank Delos Tyrrell. Somewhere in Germany. 13 April 45

Somewhere in Germany 13 April 45 Dear Sis and Family: Just a note to let you know I am O.K. I don’t have much time to write to anyone now days for when we are pushing we go night and … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell. Somewhere in Luxembourg. 1 Nov 44

Somewhere in Luxembourg¬† 1 Nov 44 Dear Sis, Geo and Kids: I have a Nazi flag all packed ready for mailing if I ever get the chance. It is rather large but only made out of cotton. I have been … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell. 3 April 44

3 April 44 Dear Sis: Just a note to give you my change of address in case my card hasn’t reached you yet. I am somewhere on the East Coast. I don’t know how long it will take my letters … Continue reading

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Frank Delos Tyrrell, 20th April 1944

After arriving in Liverpool, then Wales with the 83rd Infantry (The Thunderbolt-more information found on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/83rd_Infantry_Division_%28United_States%29), Terry asked for and received the locations of British Army in the area. Te. Overton 77¬† Our Ref:-I/4 Subject-British Army Locations.¬† 20th April … Continue reading

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Capt Frank Delos Tyrrell, April 1944

I received an email out of the blue last week from Tara in Seattle. She found some of Frank Tyrrell’s letters that her father bought at an auction in Federal Way. Tara was kind enough to research Frank Tyrrell and … Continue reading

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And now it’s Finals

So we’ll pause for a brief intermission until Thursday. (That’s my great-grandfather, Thomas J Tyrrell, with the broom)

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Welcome Dance invitation

Invitation from Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent to Capt F.D. Tyrrell during WWII. The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress (Councillor Arthur Austin and Mrs. Austin) cordially invite Capt F. D. Tyrrell to attend a WELCOME DANCE for the Officers of … Continue reading

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