I draw your attention to a piece in the guestbook submitted by Nancy Lung from Pennsylvannia USA.It is an extraordinary story about an american soldier in the Vietnam war that was apparently killed in action. But when they viewed the body, it was a different person but the burial went ahead under the wrong name, she and her sister claim. They subsequently met the person who was supposed to be the deceased and for reasons known only to him, he did not do anything about the fact that his name was on a headstone. The question is who is the unknown soldier. See the guestbook entry for more details.
As you will have noticed the new website is now live. The newly designed website was possible thanks to a donation from Gecas Shannon last year. A special word of thanks to the design company, Zippy Solutions.
The new design will also make it easier to manage and hopefully will help to promote each of the missing persons' appeals.
Missing Persons Association
60 Innishannon Road Fairhill
charity number 14826
To whom it may concern,
The missing persons association is a Voluntary organisation, who offer practical advice and support to Families of Missing Persons.
We are also in conjunction with other voluntary groups, carry out searches for Ireland's missing people, which now exceeds two thousand five hundred each year.
We are requesting practical assistance From a number of Companies, so that we can continue to provide our free services to those who need them.
We would be grateful for any help your Company may be in a position to offer us.
If you have any queries please contact our secretary,David linehan,at the above address, phone number or by email to david @missing.ws.
| Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 |
Please e-mail your friends about MISSING.WS