Index of names connected with this World War 1939-45 diary - G-R

G-R

Gibson, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Gort, Lord, Commander-in-Chief - B.E.F
Graham, Private, No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Greenwood, Harold, Died 1976, Dad’s best pal in the East Lancs.
Hagger , (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book).
Hall, Bert, Wounded 11 June, Normandy, - Recorded in Dad’s World War 2 army diary as wounded on this date.
Harrington, Sergeant Arthur, Willis, Killed in Sicily, 1943 - Recorded in Dad’s war diary as killed on this date.
Hart, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 1939-45 diary (section leader’s note book).
Harwood, Private, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book).
Hastings, Lieutenant Colonel R H W S, 6th Battalion Green Howards commanding officer in Normandy.
Herbert, Captain, Medical Officer, Killed Sicily, 25 July 1943 Herbert - Recorded in Dad’s war diary as killed on this date.
Herbert, Major General O C, Led troops to transport at Dunkirk
Hewson, Lieutenant, John McColvin , Killed at Gravelines, 1940, WW2 soldier story
Hill, Lance Sergeant William Allan (Rufty) Drowned, D-day, 1944, Recorded in Dad’s war diary (personal note book). Service no 4399792. Also in Dad's personal (address book).
Hollis, Sergeant Major Stanley, Awarded VC in Normandy, Survived the war and ran the Green Howard pub. Died 1970.
Holmes, W, In Dad’s war diary ((personal note book) ) - from Wisbech, Cambs.
Honeyman, Major Frederick Harvey, 134361, Killed 11 June, Normandy, Recorded in Dad’s paper war diary and personal note book)
Hughes, Regimental Sergeant Major, Survived the war. Dad’s RSM in early days of war.
Hughes, Second Lieutenant, in early days of war, WW2 soldier story
Hull, Captain C M, Second Lieutenant in Dunkirk early days of World War 1939-45, survived as Major. Died 1981
Hunter, Recovering from Normandy at Dundee Royal Infirmary, August 1944
Jackson, Lieutenant, Killed Sicily, 25 July 1943, WW2 soldier story and book
Jackson, Private, No 2 Section - Sig, (Mareham-le-Fen) - Listed in Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s notebook).
Jarvis, J, Private, No 1 Section – Possibly a Lieutenant? (Mareham-le-Fen) - Listed in Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Johnson, Private, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s notebook), Possibly a Lieutenant?
Jones, Margaret, Lady from Cardiff who befriended Dad after Dunkirk episode
Jones, Private, No 1 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book).
Kelly, J, Private, No 1 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book).
Kent, Private, No 1 Section - Sig, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Kidd, Captain, Taken prisoner, Gravelines. Survived, WW2 soldier story and book
Kilvington, South bank, Middlesbrough, - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary/(address book).
Lee, Charlie, Good pal of Dad’s. Killed in Sicily, 1943 - MIA. Hard to trace this lad, who came from 185 Elm St, Balby Road, Selby, Yorkshire. His army number is 4537192. Did he actually survive the war?! MIA recorded in paper diary.
Linn, Captain John Charles , Killed on beach, D-day, 1944, Recorded in Dad’s paper war diary and personal note book
Lovegrove, Captain Henry, Padre during D-Day. Recorded in his biography, story and book
Marples, Miss R, Invernesshire, Scotland - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Michael, Captain, Killed 11 June, Normandy, Recorded in Dad’s war diary (personal note book)
Mill, Alex, Good pal of Dad’s at Mareham-le-Fen, Killed in Sicily, 1943.
Miller, Corporal, Died Normandy 26 June 1944, Recorded in Dad’s personal note book and handwritten paper diary.
Montgomery , General (Monty's speech - opens in new window)
Mullinder/Mullender, J, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s notebook).
Myson, Sergeant, Killed at Wadi Akarit, 6 April 1943. Recorded on Page 6 of Dad's paper war diary as hit by a 25 pounder. Cannot trace any more about this comrade. WW2 soldier story and book
Nightingale, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Norgee, A Norwegian office, Killed 11 June, Normandy. Recorded in Dad’s personal note book and handwritten paper diary. Respected comrade of Dad’s
O’Brien, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s notebook).
O’Grady, Sergeant Major Jerry – Was Dad’s first Sergeant Major in Middlesbrough
Oswin, Ken, Halifax - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Owen, Margaret, Lady from Cardiff who befriended Dad after Dunkirk episode
Oxley, Arthur, Close pal that Dad had to bury. Killed at Wadi Akarit, 1943. Recorded in his autobiography and paper diary.
Parker, Aleck, South bank, Middlesbrough - From Dad’s war diary (address book).
Parry, Lieutenant Colonel, Commanding Officer, 11th Battalion, The Green Howards,
Paul, Peter, West Ham, London - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Peck, Recovering from Normandy at Dundee Royal Infirmary, August 1944
Petch, Major Leslie, Dad was his batman, CO at Dunkirk, Died 1983, aged 82
Poskitt, then, Darlington, Yorkshire - From Dad’s war diary (address book).
Price, Private No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s notebook).
Quinn, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s notebook).
Ramsden, Jack, Lance Corporal, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s paper war diary and section leader’s note book. Killed in Sicily, 12 July 1943, WW2 soldier story and book
Read, Private, No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book), WW2 soldier
Reay/Reary, Private, No 1 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book).
Reis, T, Kendall, Westmorland - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Robinson, D, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - In Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book).
Robinson, Mrs, Tipton, Staffordshire - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Rodgers, Bill, Kirkstall, Leeds - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book).
Rogers, Recovering from Normandy at Dundee Royal Infirmary, August 1944, WW2 soldier story and book
Ryan, John, Good pal of Dad’s, enlisted at same time and place, Killed in Sicily, 1943. Recorded in his World War 2 army biography, story and book

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