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Dora " " Moon
from:Hastings, East SussexI would like to know if anyone out there knew Dora Moon who served in the Land Army. She was my Mum but sadly died in 1964 when I was just 14 years old. She was just 40 years of age
She was in the land army, but I'm not sure where and not sure when, probably in the early 40's, she was born in 1923 so would have been 17 yrs old in 1940. She lived in Hastings.
I suppose this is a long shot but its worth a try. I have a home in France where I spend a lot of time, though go back to Hastings regularly, my dad still lives there but he is now losing his memory so have been unable to retrieve any info about mum. If anyone out there remembers Mum, I would love to hear from them.
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