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Dear Sam,
From British Guyana Days, I offer the following in memory of your dad Ian. We go back many years. I'm so sorry for your sad loss such a great guy. Please email me - this extract is from my book currently in development. I'm sorry we never met. Condolences Les - a friend from years ago.
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In 2009 Messer’s Ian Hilton and Terry McDonough; two former Fusiliers, intrepid explorers revisited Guyana’s deepest jungle to retraced the steps taken the battalion in 1965. They captured the sites, smells and locations that served us so well in 1965. A number of photographs can be viewed on the Lancashire Fusiliers Web site – comparing then and now (2009 year of their visit). It would, I have no doubt, been a truly nostalgic and exhilarating experience for them! During the visit they visited the grave of the late Cpl Peter Singleton, Signal Platoon, and XX 1 LF. They left fresh-cut flowers as an act of personal remembrance and respect. As a former LF I thank then personally for their thoughtful act and reassurance that Peter’s final resting place is well maintained in that far flung part of the World.

I'm sorry we never met. Regards - ap

Ian's trip back

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