Albert Arthur Victor Pte. 4459517

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Name Albert Arthur Victor
Army number 4459517
Rank Pte.
Decorations None known beyong Service Awards.
Date of birth Research suggests his birth was registered in Sunderland in Q4 1917. Mother's maiden name Davison.
Age 44 at the time of his death.
Unit Joined The Durham Light Infantry, no enlistment date as yet, but his Regimental Number suggests Summer/Autumn 1939. Posted ? 6th Bn DLI. Posted to the 10th Battalion DLI - probably 1/9/1939. Served in Northern France with the B.E.F. Notification that he had been taken Prisoner of War (probably on 20/5/1940 or shortly thereafter) received on 1/6/1940. Repatriated to the UK. Discharged under King's Regulations 1940 Para 390 (xvi) 14/11/1945. Demobilised.
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role
Joined Brigade Probably 1/9/1939.
Prisoner of War PoW Camp 20A (119) PoW Number 5188.
Died/Killed in action Research indicates his death was registered in Sunderland in December 1961 at the age of 44.
Home address Research indicates a marriage to Catherine Cooke in Sunderland in Q4 1939.
Source table 10DLI