Train Vaughan Stanley Pte 4459432

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Name Train Vaughan Stanley
Army number 4459432
Rank Pte
Decorations None known other than Service Awards.
Date of birth 26/4/1917.
Age 64 at the time of his death.
Unit Joined The Durham Light Infantry, no Enlistment Date but probably Summer 1939. Posted to ? 9th Battalion DLI. Posted to ? 12th Battalion DLI 1/9/1939. Transferred to the Black Watch 1/2/1940 and posted to 1st Tyneside Scottish. Served with B.E.F. in France. Taken Prisoner of War - probably on 20/5/1940. Posted ? Bn Black Watch, Discharged under King's Regulations 1940 Para 390 (xvi) 8/1/45 as unfit for further service.
Company/Battery Not yet known.
Platoon or other sub-unit Not yet known.
Task or role Not yet known.
Joined Brigade 1/9/1939 on mobilisation.
Promotions None known.
Wounded Not so far as is known.
Prisoner of War Yes - no details yet available of Camp or PoW Number.
Died/Killed in action July 1981 at Newcastle upon Tyne.
Home address Father - Charles Henry Train (1883 - 1945), Mother - Margaret May MacLennan (1885 - 1972). Lived at 21 Rye Hill, Newcastle upon Tyne, according to the 1939 General Register Reference GAAF 558 - 1. Worked as a Builder's Labourer. Married Margaret Dudd in June 1946.
Source table 1TS