Question for some of the older generation.

Discussion in 'History' started by tommo, Dec 10, 2012.

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  1. My mother is doing family history for someone it's what she does for a job. However she asked me something I don't know Naval wise so require some help

    She's come across a Leading SA (TY) no we know what the Leading SA is but what is the (TY)?

    Can anyone help on this?


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  2. (temporary)?
     
  3. Like an acting rate?


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  4. Or local acting maybe ?
     
  5. I'm pretty sure it stands for temporary. More local acting than acting, but yes.
     
  6. The record was from 1943


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  7. I would have thought most things were temporary in 1943
     
  8. Fair one.


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  9. Very good.
     
  10. Ty/
    Temporary
     
  11. 2BadgeMango he's your man if he can't tell you no one can.
    PM 2Badge Mango he was S&S and it aint far after his time if at all.
     
  12. wal

    wal Badgeman

    Tranny, mayhap.







    I'll get my hat and coat...............
     
  13. You cheeky young whippersnapper!


    Quite right all you youngsters who said "Temporary". Take a make-and-mend.

    2BM
     

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