Dianne Cowling
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  • Melbourne Victoria
  • Australia
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Elizabeth Allen commented on Dianne Cowling's blog post Looking for George McWardle Taylor
"UPDATE:   THIS FAMILY IS NOW FOUND Elizabeth"
Jul 25
Elizabeth Allen left a comment for Dianne Cowling
"Diane,  Yes it seems so - I have just noticed you email in my inbox so will respond there Elizabeth"
Jul 25
Dianne Cowling left a comment for Elizabeth Allen
"Are we now friends?"
Jul 25
Dianne Cowling replied to Penny Spreitzer's discussion Anyone know what boat this is - WWII record?
"Dear Elizabeth - many thanks for getting back to me about George Macwardle Taylor. I have now found the correct spelling his middle name but have so far not had any luck in locating any living descendants in an effort to reunite them with some…"
Jul 25
Elizabeth Allen commented on Dianne Cowling's blog post Looking for George McWardle Taylor
"Dianne,   A bit more information on this family This is his sisters death Digger - Death Index. Victoria 1921-1985 Surname: WISE Given Names: Doris Ellen Father: Taylor Arthur Mother: Beatrice Alice  WARDLE Death Place: Geelong…"
Jul 24
Elizabeth Allen commented on Dianne Cowling's blog post Looking for George McWardle Taylor
"Dianne,   George MacWardle TAYLOR was born in 1910 in Bury , England and died in 1973 in Victoria - he is listed in Springvale Cemetery Digger - Death Index. Victoria 1921-1985 Surname: MCWARDLE TAYLORGiven Names: GeorgeFather:…"
Jul 24
Dianne Cowling posted a blog post

Looking for George McWardle Taylor

Trying to locate the decadents of a World War 2 serviceman by the Name of George Taylor or George McWardle-Taylor. He was held by the Japanese as prisoner of war and returned to Australia at the end of the hostilities. Either he or his family owned a farm at Clyde and he had perhaps 3 sisters who also worked on the farm. Unfortunately, that is all the information I have, my interest in finding his family is to reunite them with a photo of George and a locket that also has his photo in it. He…See More
Jul 24

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Looking for George McWardle Taylor

Trying to locate the decadents of a World War 2 serviceman by the Name of George Taylor or George McWardle-Taylor. He was held by the Japanese as prisoner of war and returned to Australia at the end of the hostilities. Either he or his family owned a farm at Clyde and he had perhaps 3 sisters who also worked on the farm. Unfortunately, that is all the information I have, my interest in finding his family is to reunite them with a photo of George and a locket that also has his photo in it. He…

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Posted on July 23, 2017 at 15:37 — 3 Comments

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At 16:21 on July 25, 2017, Elizabeth Allen said…

Diane,  Yes it seems so - I have just noticed you email in my inbox so will respond there

Elizabeth

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