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Index of names connected with this World War 1939-45 diary and book - S-Z

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Savage, Donald, Pre-war pal of Dad’s. Missing in action, RAF. Recorded in his biography.

Shaw, Corporal, Rennie, Killed 26 June after D-Day, Recorded in Dad’s section leader’s note book and page 9 of his handwritten paper diary. WW2 soldier war story and book

Simpson, Harry, Green Howards batman at same time as Dad in England, War diary, WW2 soldier story.

Sinclair, Private, No 1 Section, Mareham-le-Fen - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s notebook)

Smith, Corporal, Killed at Wadi Akarit, 6 April 1943. Recorded on Page 6 of Dad's paper war diary as hit by a 25 pounder.

Traced as possibly Corp Ernest Smith 4391492, 5EY. WW2 soldier war story and book

Spooner, Jack, Comrade at Wrigglesworth, Survived the war. War diary, WW2 soldier story and book

Steel, Lieutenant Colonel, Battalion Commander, died August 1941 at home

Stock, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s memoir (section leader’s note book).WW2 soldier war story and book

Sully/Sulby, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book)

Swainston, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book)

Tetley, Private, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book)

Thomas, J, West Croydon, Surrey - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book)

Thompson, Private, No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - Listed in Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book) WW2 soldier war story and book

Tillotson, John, Redcar, Yorkshire - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book)

Trainer, G, Private, No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - Listed in Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book)

Turner, Recovering from Normandy at Dundee Royal Infirmary, August 1944, WW2 soldier war story and book

Underwood, Recovering from Normandy at Dundee Royal Infirmary, August 1944, WW2 soldier war story and book

Valentine, Private, No 2 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - Listed in Dad’s World War 1939-45 leader’s notebook)

Vickers, Bill - Pal of Rufty Hill and in several photographs kindly provided by Rufty's nephew, Mike smith

W Holmes, 8 Hill Street, Wisbech – From Dad’s note book.

Walher, Lance Corporal, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (section leader’s note book)

Wallace, Captain (Padre), Killed Sicily, 25 July 1943, WW2 soldier war story and book

Wallace, Norman Preston, Middlesbrough - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book)

Warren, Frank, Killed at Wadi Akarit 6 April 1943, Recorded on Page 6 of Dad's paper war diary.

Webster, Private, No 3 Section, (Mareham-le-Fen) - From Dad’s war diary (section leader’s note book), Lieutenant?

Wellham, Kenneth, South bank, Middlesbrough - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book)

Whitcomb, Robert, Redcar, Yorkshire - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary (address book)

Wilcox, D, Christchurch, Hampshire - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary story and book (address book)

Williams, Jack, Castleford, Yorkshire - From Dad’s World War 2 army diary story and book (address book)

Willouby/Willoughby/Willowby, Private No 1 Section, Mareham-le-Fen - Listed in Dad’s section leader’s World War 2 army diary (note book)

Wilson, Private, Killed Sicily, 25 July 1943, War diary, WW2 army soldier war story and book

Wiseman, Mary, Nurse and sweetheart who looked after Dad at Dundee Royal Infirmary after he was wounded in Normandy. Came from Dufftown, Scotland. Recorded in his biography.

Wolf, Dietmar, German from Oberhausen who kindly sent dad a record of German schoolchildren singing Silent night many years after the war, WW2 army soldier war story and book

Young, Major, George, Leslie, 6031616, Wounded 11 June, Normandy (Recorded in Dad’s memoir and paper diary as wounded on this date), War diary, WW2 army soldier war story and book

Young, Norman, Pal on the Queen Mary voyage to Egypt. Recorded in his World War 2 army biography.

 

All the comrades and people that Dad knew or met in WW2 are listed above and feature in Dad's WW2 records.

Dad kept various diaries and note books kept throughout WW2. To learn more about close comrades or those significant in his life, visit the WW2 Remembered page.

There are many photographs of Dad’s WW2 comrades and these can be found in the WW2 photos pages.

 

If you are researching World War 1939 - 45 soldiers or relatives and want to know more about an individual, please do get in touch. Paul.

A - F S - Z G - R Main index

All names on the preceding pages are repeated here in rank/first name/surname order to assist search engines. Where rank is not shown, rank will normally be Private.

 

Corporal John Mcausland Alexander;  Alex Allcock; Allen;  Allsop; Anderson; Mrs J Atchinson; Bache; Helmut Beckermeyer;  Tom Bell; George Bertram;  Lance Corporal Jack Betley; Blair; Harford; Les Blowers; Ernest Booth;  John Bousfield;  R Bristow;  J Broomfield; Broughton;  Leslie Buckler; J W Burdon; Ronnie Burnett; Sergeant Frank Burns;  Jack Cargill;  Jim Cargill;  Captain Carmichael; Corporal Carrick; Carrol;  Regimental Sergeant Major Carter Ivor Castor;  Tommy  Chaffe; Captain Chapman, Captain Raymond Charles Chambers; Jack Cheall; Clark;  B Coggins; Bill Collings; Lance Corporal Leslie Noel Coughlan; Coulman;  Captain Cullan;  Ray Dale; Davies;   Stan Dawes; Dawkins;  Alfred Decker;  General Dwight Eisenhower; Sergeant Elsender;  Emerson J; Lieutenant Farrand;   Mrs Fish; Forbes;  Captain Foster;  Foster P;  Nurse Fowlis; Frank Fox; Frazer; Fryett; Gibson; Lord Gort; Graham;  Harold Greenwood; Hagger ;  Bert all;   Sergeant Arthur Willis Harrington; Hart; Harwood; Lieutenant Colonel Hastings; Captain Herbert; Major General O C Herbert;  Lieutenant John McColvin Hewson;  Sergeant William Allan Hill (Rufty); Sergeant Major Stanley Hollis; W  Holmes  Major Frederick Harvey Honeyman; Regimental Sergeant Major Hughes; Second Lieutenant Hughes;  Captain C M Hull; Hunter;  Lieutenant Jackson; Jackson;  J Jarvis; Johnson;  Margaret Jones; Jones;   J Kelly; Kent;  Captain Kidd; Kilvington;  Charlie Lee;  Captain John Charles  Linn;  Captain Henry Lovegrove;  Miss R Marples;  Captain Michael;  Alex Mill;  Corporal Miller;  General Montgomery; Mullinder/Mullender; Myson;  Nightingale; Norgee; O’Brien; O’Grady; Oswin;  Margaret  Owen; Arthur Oxley;  Aleck Parker;  Lieutenant Colonel Parry;  Peter Paul; Peck;  Major Leslie Petch; Poskitt; Price; Quinn; Lance Corporal Jack Ramsden; Read; Reay/Reary; T Reis ;  D Robinson;  Mrs Robinson;  Bill Rodgers; Rogers;  John Ryan;  Donald Savage;  Albert Edward Shaw;  Corporal Rennie Shaw;  Harry Simpson;  Sinclair;  Corporal Smith;  Jack Spooner; Lieutenant Colonel Steel; Stock; Sully/Sulby; Swainston; Tetley;  J Thomas; Thompson;  John Tillotson;  G Trainer; Turner; Underwood; Valentine;  Bill Vickers ; W Holmes; Lance Corporal Walher; Captain Wallace; Norman Wallace; Frank Warren; Webster;  Kenneth Wellham;  Robert Whitcomb;  D Wilcox; Williams; Willouby/Willoughby/Willowby; Wilson;  Mary Wiseman;  Dietmar Wolf;  Major George Leslie Young;  Norman Young;