384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Ketnor House, Hannington Croosroads, nr Kettering

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Ketnor House, where my mother lived and where the previous photo of mum's 'USAAF Texan boyfriend' was standing at the front door, sometime in 1944-45.
Ketnor House is at the junction of the Hannington Crossroads, on the A43, between Kettering and Northampton. The family lived here between 1939-1946.

Image contributed by Christopher Eve, Lancaster, England, 2021.

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