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June 5, 2014 4:25 PM

D-Day, WWII and the Queen Mary

When I found my Uncle Henry’s name on the ship manifest for the Queen Mary on Feb. 22, 1945, I figured it wasn’t him. Over the years as I’ve researched family on my father’s side, the Flono name will sometimes pop up as a misspelling for others with similar pronunciations – often of people from Italy or France.

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