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|Surname and forenames=Bailey Godfrey Charles Roderic
 
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|Army number=65237
 
|Rank=Major
 
|Rank=Major
 
|Decorations=None so far known beyond Service Awards.
 
|Decorations=None so far known beyond Service Awards.
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|Date of birth=13/1/1912, mother's surname Beacham.
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|Age=73 at the time of his death.
|Unit=Enlisted in the Royal Artillery. Relinquished Commission 13/12/1950 as Honorary Major.  
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|Unit=Enlisted in the Royal Artillery- in the 1930's - exact date not yet known. Territorial Army Reserve of Officers.  Served in 59th (Home Counties) Field Brigade.  Transferred to 75th ((Home Counties) (Cinque Ports) Anti-Aircraft Regiment.  Served 143rd Field Regiment.  Served 185th Field Regiment.  Relinquished Commission 13/12/1950 as Honorary Major.  
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|Platoon or other sub-unit=Not yet known.
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|Task or role=Not yet known.
|Joined Brigade=
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|Joined Brigade=When 143rd Field Regiment, and subsequently 185th Field Regiment, was posted to support the 70th Infantry Brigade - see War Diary.
|Promotions=From War Substantive Lieutenant  to be Captain 1/1/1949.
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|Promotions=To be a Lieutenant from the Active List 15/3/1939.  From War Substantive Lieutenant  to be Captain 1/1/1949.
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|Wounded=Not as far as is known.
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|Prisoner of War=Not as far as is known.
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|Died/Killed in action=Died 8/12/1985 in Cheltenham.  Probate granted 23/1/1986 in Llandaff.
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|Home address=In the 1939 General Register he was listed as a Solicitor living at 13 Wentworth Avenue, Margate, Kent.  Married, firstly, Freda M. Crosbie in July 1936 and, secondly, Carol A. Bailey in Q1 1956 in Kingsclere, Hampshire.
 
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Name Bailey Godfrey Charles Roderic
Army number 65237
Rank Major
Decorations None so far known beyond Service Awards.
Date of birth 13/1/1912, mother's surname Beacham.
Age 73 at the time of his death.
Unit Enlisted in the Royal Artillery- in the 1930's - exact date not yet known. Territorial Army Reserve of Officers. Served in 59th (Home Counties) Field Brigade. Transferred to 75th ((Home Counties) (Cinque Ports) Anti-Aircraft Regiment. Served 143rd Field Regiment. Served 185th Field Regiment. Relinquished Commission 13/12/1950 as Honorary Major.
Company/Battery Not yet known.
Platoon or other sub-unit Not yet known.
Task or role Not yet known.
Joined Brigade When 143rd Field Regiment, and subsequently 185th Field Regiment, was posted to support the 70th Infantry Brigade - see War Diary.
Promotions To be a Lieutenant from the Active List 15/3/1939. From War Substantive Lieutenant to be Captain 1/1/1949.
Wounded Not as far as is known.
Prisoner of War Not as far as is known.
Died/Killed in action Died 8/12/1985 in Cheltenham. Probate granted 23/1/1986 in Llandaff.
Home address In the 1939 General Register he was listed as a Solicitor living at 13 Wentworth Avenue, Margate, Kent. Married, firstly, Freda M. Crosbie in July 1936 and, secondly, Carol A. Bailey in Q1 1956 in Kingsclere, Hampshire.
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