- This is great news, Ryszard. Please sent the Excel form to me (email@example.com ) and I will make sure to add it to our database ofMessage 1 of 2 , Apr 3, 2012View SourceThis is great news, Ryszard.Please sent the Excel form to me (krystyna.szypowska@... ) and I will make sure to add it to our database of information.
Krystyna Szypowska - Winnipeg, Canada
Executive Director, Kresy-Siberia Foundation - registered in Warsaw (KRS 0000326445)
Chair, Kresy-Siberia (Canada) Inc. - Federal Corporation (IC 767574-7)
Director, Kresy-Siberia (UK) - Registered Charity No. 1137210
"Established to inspire, promote and support research, remembrance
and recognition of Polish citizens’ struggles in the Eastern Borderlands
and in Exile during World War II."
Sometime ago, whilst searching for information about my own family and finding that I was looking all over the place, I created a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with the names of around 9,000 people who arrived in Southampton between 1946 and 1948.
I did it in order to be able to search in one place rather than flipping between 30 different databases.
Hopefully, we can upload this to the files section, but if anyone wants a copy of it, please let me know and I can send it to you.
At the top of each group of names is the arrival date and the name of the Ship on which they arrived. It then shows a passanger number, name, age (first column male, second female), occupation and sometimes their intended place of residence in the UK.
This list is of FAMILIES not SOLDIERS.