Noble William Philip 2/Lt 96615

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Name Noble William Philip
Army number 96615
Rank 2/Lt
Decorations Territorial Efficiency Decoration 21/4/1950
Date of birth 30/10/1918
Age 0
Unit Royal Artillery - served as Gunner 21st Anti-Tank Regiment. Commissioned as 2/Lt 12th Bn Durham Light Infantry 2/9/1939. Trf Black Watch 20/12/1939. Posted 1 TS 1/2/1940. Divisional Course 3/40. B.E.F., Prisoner of War. Trf Royal Army Ordnance Corps after repatriation and Posted LDDU Bexley. Released from service 1946. Lt TARO (BW) 1/9/1948 with seniority from 2/3/1941. Army Cadet Force - Surrey - Hon Captain. Reverted to Lt at own request 2/8/1971. Resigned Commission as Lt 31/12/1978 and reverted to Hon Captain.
Company/Battery A Coy
Platoon or other sub-unit A/Tk March 1940
Task or role Duty Officer.
Joined Brigade 1/9/1939.
Promotions W/S Lt 2/3/41.
Prisoner of War Yes - Oflag VI B, O7B Eichstatt, PoW Number 335.
Died/Killed in action Death registered November 1993, Surrey.
Home address Son of Robert Harry Noble of Grange Rd. Seaton, Newcastle. Assistant manager. 34, Grange Road, Seaton, Newcastle 4.
Source table 1TS