Donald S. Evans, Rear Admiral US Navy

Ians_lad

Midshipman
Does anyone know anything about this gent? He lived 1901-1965, and I guess he worked over here sometime around 1941-45, because someone donated an organ to my local church in his memory, but I can't find any more info.

Ta.
 

Ninja_Stoker

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Ians_lad said:
Does anyone know anything about this gent? He lived 1901-1965, and I guess he worked over here sometime around 1941-45, because someone donated an organ to my local church in his memory, but I can't find any more info.

Ta.
Oh dear, an organ you say?
 
Ians_lad said:
Does anyone know anything about this gent? He lived 1901-1965, and I guess he worked over here sometime around 1941-45, because someone donated an organ to my local church in his memory, but I can't find any more info.

Ta.
Try the military attache at the US Embassy in London

www.usembassy.org.uk

you might get some joy there

:)
 

Ians_lad

Midshipman
Ninja_Stoker said:
Ians_lad said:
Does anyone know anything about this gent? He lived 1901-1965, and I guess he worked over here sometime around 1941-45, because someone donated an organ to my local church in his memory, but I can't find any more info.

Ta.
Oh dear, an organ you say?
Bugger, I knew I should have phrased that differently...
 

Ninja_Stoker

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Ians_lad said:
Ninja_Stoker said:
Ians_lad said:
Does anyone know anything about this gent? He lived 1901-1965, and I guess he worked over here sometime around 1941-45, because someone donated an organ to my local church in his memory, but I can't find any more info.

Ta.
Oh dear, an organ you say?
Bugger, I knew I should have phrased that differently...
Sorry, too tempting!
 

Ians_lad

Midshipman
Just found out elsewhere he was a comms oficer during the invasions of French Morocco and Sicily.

Still don't know why he should care about Westley Waterless, unless he made a general bequest, and someone spent his money where they thought it would be useful.
 

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