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Served in WW II in home-land England. Family moved to USA in 1950, went to Hollywood, Calif.

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Ronald Ernest Saville
Ronald Ernest Saville
Born in England and served in WW II
Ronald E Savill, Brother "Jack" RAF /England, WW II
Ronald E Savill, Brother "Jack" RAF /England, WW II
Ronald E Savill, Brother "Denis" (RAF) /England, WW II
Ronald E Savill, Brother "Denis" (RAF) /England, WW II
Lt Ronald E Savill, Pilot /RAF - WW II (England)
Lt Ronald E Savill, Pilot /RAF - WW II (England)
Lt Ron Savill's Brother-Lt Ronald Savill (Fighter Pilot) Shot-Down POW
Lt Ron Savill's Brother-Lt Ronald Savill (Fighter Pilot) Shot-Down POW
Ronald's Brother Lt Norman Savill was a Fighter Pilot. He was Shot-Down in 1940 over Germany, captured and spent 5 years as a POW in Germany.
Lt Ron Savill (4 Brothers in the Royal AF, Army, Navy, 2 were KIA, 1 POW)
Lt Ron Savill (4 Brothers in the Royal AF, Army, Navy, 2 were KIA, 1 POW)

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Birth:
England, British Isles 1
Male 1
Birth:
09 Apr 2014 1
England 1
Male 1
Residence:
Place: British Isles, WW II 1
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Place: Retired, presently in Prescott AZ 1
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Start Date: Moved to USA in 1950 1

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Ronald E Savill

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Ronald E Savill, Brother "Jack" RAF /England, WW II
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Ron and his wife, Bonnie live in Prescott AZ.  They are neighbors and wonderful people.  I am Barbi Ennis Connolly and am an Historian for the 57th Bomb Wing, I love also placing our 'other' Heroes and Ron and his brother Norman (Fighter Pilot) served in WW II out of England.  The Family moved to the US in 1950 and settled in Hollywood, Calif.

STORY to Come !  Ron is now 95, 2010.  Barbi Ennis Connolly

Norman was a Fighter-Pilot shot Down over Germany, became a POW for 5 years. This family lost 2 beautiful young men, way too young, but certainly brave enough to have been called "MEN who served and did not return" God Bless our Brave Men, Barbi PRINCESSBARBI_B25@ms.com

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