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Grandfather as entertainer
Posted by: Denise Taylor (ID *****4886) Date: September 04, 2013 at 03:22:11
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My grandfather was Roydon Williard James Macleod - he was a driver with the Army Service Corp No. M2/121369, and served in France (Rouen, possibly elsewhere). He met his wife to be there as she was in Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corp as a clerk. My grandfather was also an entertainer, and it's possible he entertained his Army pals perhaps during concerts (?) singing, tap dancing and dressed as a Pierrot, and would do a magic trick sawing his wife to be in half. I wonder if anyone has knowledge/photos of him handed down ?
Thank you.
Denise


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