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Virginia War Memorial officials need your help to locate relatives and descendants of 13 Virginians who were killed while serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force During World War II.

They want to invite the families to a dedication ceremony on October 22nd.

Here is a list of the airmen and their hometowns:

Norfolk - R.T. Edwards, Ronald Hayes and Fred Renshaw Branch.

Richmond - Thomas Coke DuBose, James Gilmer Heath and Richard Fuller Patterson.

Chatham - William Deveraux Langhorne and Harry Alexander Lowe.

Bluefield - Lionel Lodowick Burns.

Boones Mill - Harold Barbour Moore.

Portsmouth - Charles Francis Nash.

Alexandria - Mark David Romilly.

Roseland - Thomas Austin Withers.

Memorial officials say anyone with information can contact Jeb Hockman at 804-786-2074 or by email at jhockmanvawarmemorial.org.

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