I apologize for using this means to contact you but I am looking for information.
During World War II my father, the Rev Stanly Almond was the Free Church Officiating Chaplin for a regiment (I believe of the Royal Artillery) who had a camp at East Grinstead. There was a regular army chaplain who conducted Church of England services and my father conducted the Free Church services every Sunday morning. He went in the middle of the night to conduct a brief service to send them off for D-Day.
They returned to the camp after the war and remained there for some time before the camp was closed. After the war I would sometimes go with him. Any information or verification on this would be appreciated.
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