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Reply dovww2
3:38 PM on January 16, 2012 
John says...
Not sure if anyone can help but I'm trying to trace an ex WW2 relatives decedents or information on his passing.He was George Joseph Isbister born in NZ and served in the Australian Army in WW2.I've tried everywhere else so I thought I'd try here.
Reply John Russell Hills
2:06 PM on January 16, 2012 
Not sure if anyone can help but I'm trying to trace an ex WW2 relatives decedents or information on his passing.He was George Joseph Isbister born in NZ and served in the Australian Army in WW2.I've tried everywhere else so I thought I'd try here.
Reply dovww2
4:22 AM on July 24, 2010 
Hi Ken,
No it does not make a difference if you don't live in Sydney. We have members in New Zealand. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact me through the website.

Regards,
Brad Sharpe
Ken Hardy says...
My brother died at Sandakan north borneo but I dont live in Sydney does this make a difference about applying for membership.
Kind regards Ken
Reply Ken Hardy
6:06 AM on July 23, 2010 
My brother died at Sandakan north borneo but I dont live in Sydney does this make a difference about applying for membership.
Kind regards Ken
Reply Sean McManus
12:03 AM on February 10, 2008 
G'day Erin, Kevin et al
Just to let you know I muffed the details of my ancestor Cpl Frank Donnelly when I completed membership details at the 1st AGM.
Please read his service number as NX 1462 2/2nd Btn
Regards
Sean

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