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    Default War brides emigration.

    During WW2 there was a marraige and 2 children born to a Canadian serviceman.Sometime after the war ended they went to live in Canada. Are there any records of the war brides and children that emigrated? I have the marraige records, just looking for records of them leaving.

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    I looked for my mother leaving in 1946, using FMP and found her, with lots of extra info, like my dad's id number, rank and an intriguing "Remark" in the last column - P 5 1/2 , which I think means 5 1/2 months pregnant! Lots of other women with the same remark. Children listed as well with their ages, including months. pwholt

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    It's all explained in the National Archives resarch guide

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