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Brimstone

309th battalion

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I would sincerely appreciate any help and am hoping that someone on the forum could assist me in finding more detailed information regarding my grandfathers whereabouts in 1944/1945.


His name was Sargeant Joe Belche and he was in the 309th Engineer Corps Battalion. Unit “C”.


I’m specifically trying to find where he was posted in England after his troop ship arrived in Scotland on 1st October 1944.
Where was he sent? And for how long before being posted to France to join the battles.

I would really appreciate any information...we have a very interesting family puzzle that we are trying to solve.

Many thanks
Brimstone

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Since we are talking to you here, let's carry on the discussion in one area so this does not become confusing.

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