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WW I and II Service Members

E. R. Braithwaite, author of "To Sir, With Love"

E. R. Braithwaite

Edward Ricardo Braithwaite (born June 27, 1920) is a Guyanese novelist, writer, teacher, and diplomat, best known for his stories of social conditions and racial discrimination against black people. He was born in Georgetown, Guyana.

Flight Sergeant Frank Winston Gonsalves Reportedly Killed in Action (WWII), Royal Air Force Volunteer

Frank Winston Gonsalves - Son of Deogo Aloysius and Anita Marie Louise Gonsalves, of Georgetown, British Guiana.

Corporal Douglas Ivan Westmaas, Reportedly Killed in Action (WWII), Royal Corps of Signals

Corporal Douglas Ivan Westmaas

Douglas Ivan Westmaas - The 4th son of George Hamilton Westmaas and Winifred Albertha Westmaas, of Queenstown, British Guiana.

Cy Grant, Barrister, WW2 RAF Navigator, Actor, Author

Cy Grant with Roger Moore in "The Persuaders"

Cy Grant, who died on February 13 aged 90, was the first black person to appear regularly on British television; during the war he was also one of the few West Indian volunteers to be commissioned in the RAF and spent two years as a German prisoner-of-war.

Clement Pinheiro (Astwood)

Clement Pinheiro (Astwood)

Clement Pinheiro (Astwood) left Guyana in the early 1940′s to join the RAF in the UK. He was married and sent the above photos sometime in the mid 1940′s.

He could also be using the name Clement Caprino. 

His family (sister Edna Pinheiro, recently deceased) would be glad to hear from anyone who knows anything about him or his family.

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