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ww2 reillys who went to war

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I had uncles who signed up in ww2 James Reilly & Jhon Reilly also
Leo Reilly

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on 2009-10-08 02:45:04

waterats , from brisbane australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Oct 2009. is researching the following names: REILLY, OREGAN, CONNORS.

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by allycat on 2009-10-08 05:47:08

[urlhttp://www.naa.gov.au/]The National Archives of Australia[/url] has more than 2,000 records for the surname REILLY.

Roll your mouse over to the word COLLECTION, then scroll down to RECORD SEARCH and left click on this. Click on SEARCH NOW AS A GUEST then type your keyword name and click on search. Keep this keyword section brief, one or two words max.

Enlistment records (some even containing digitised copies of records) should be available providing you have the right James, John & Leo Reilly.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission has casualty details. Click on SEARCH OUR RECORDS, type REILLY in the surname field, and click on SUBMIT to see 438 records.


Tip: Try writing a journal here regarding looking for your great grandfather. If you don't know who your g.granddad was and your granddad has passed on, put your grandfather's name in journal.

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