Thanks for the encouragement and for the correction of your details.
I can not take credit for the previous explanations - it is the power of the
network at work!
NB please send e-mails to the group in the future to the new list address:
From: "Linder Ladbrooke" <linder@...
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 12:24:59 +0100
To: "Stefan Wisniowski" <swisniowski@...
Subject: From Linder in England
I suspect that I gave you the wrong spelling of a place you looked up for
me. Should be; KROSNENSKA/KRESNENSKA - somewhere between LWOW and USSR
Sorry, eyes get a bit ??? at my age !!
Thank you for explaining what 'Knyha Pamiati Ukrainy' means, now I can see
why it's not on the Library bookshelves here in England. Paul Havers [from
the Poland-L list] is looking for it and I will ask Brian Lenius when he's
had his honeymoon, if he has it.
It was in this book that I'm told Kresnenska in mentioned as a burial place
of 'maybe' family soldiers, buried in 1944
PS - you're going great guns with the new list - keep it up