CANADIAN  ROOTS UK

-----Canadian War Children Of World War Two-----

 

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Sharon Urch is looking for a child that her father fathered while he was in the UK during WW2.

Sharon's father was Lorne Alton Urch and was in the 34th Battery, 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery. 

Sharon say's that her father knew he had a baby girl, as his parents sent cloths to her from Canada.  He wanted the child's mother to return to Canada with him, but she was already married. It is believed that her and her husband ran a Pub or Restaurant.

Lorne married in Canada in 1948.

 

If you have any information that could help Sharon find her half sister in the UK,

please contact us via  contact us quoting case number 71659

 

 

 

 

Canadian Roots UK  is a non-profit, self-help group for families and Canadian  military fathers  separated during WWII.  We help members to help themselves try and trace their fathers in Canada.

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