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In the Auckland Chronicle edition of 8/8/1940 further information was given about the Paley family who were farmers and milkmen in the village of Middleston.

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Name Paley Roger
Army number 4457968
Rank Pte
Decorations
Date of birth
Age 0
Unit Joined The Durham Light Infantry, T, no exact enlistment date yet, but his Regimental Number implies Summer 1939. Posted to the ? 9th Battalion DLI. Posted to the 12th Battalion DLI. Transferred to the Black Watch 1/2/1940, and posted to the 1st Tyneside Scottish. Served with the B.E.F. in France. Taken Prisoner of War - report appeared to that effect in the 1/8/1940 edition of the Auckland Chronicle (he was earlier reported missing). Repatriated. Posted ? Bn Black Watch. Relegated to the Class Z Army Reserve 27/6/46, Perth P/59.
Company/Battery
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role
Joined Brigade
Promotions
Wounded
Prisoner of War Yes - Camp 20B, P.o.W. Number 6887.
Died/Killed in action
Home address Eden View, Middleston Village, Ferryhill
Source table 1TS

In the Auckland Chronicle edition of 8/8/1940 further information was given about the Paley family who were farmers and milkmen in the village of Middleston.