His wife was Annie may Vaughan and she died aged 33 in 1950.They lived in Glyneath, South Wales and the circumstances surrounding his death are vague. During retreat to Dunkirk, he was in ambulance with other wounded and didn't make it to the beaches.I will send scans of the photos I have later when I have mastered the technology!
He died 3 years ago, the only memories he told were of being starving hungry in the Italian camp and chewing boot leather to stave off hunger and when a donkey was brought into camp pulling a cart it didn't live to leave! I have some photos with a couple of other POWs names on the back - Geoff Galloway and George Frick (?It would be fantastic if Gramp heard from Bob or any of the other lads in 384 Co. He passed away a couple of years ago and I am trying to find out anything I can about him.He was called up for duty on the 25th April 1941 and he was demobbed on the 19th June 1946.If you have any unwanted photographs, documents or items from the First or Second World War, please do not destroy them.
The Wartime Memories Project will give them a good home and ensure that they are used for educational purposes.
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