White Arthur Reynolds Killingworth 2/Lt 90379

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Name White Arthur Reynolds Killingworth
Army number 90379
Rank 2/Lt
Decorations Territorial Decoration
Date of birth Research shows 22/3/1911 at Longbenton. McGregor Card shows March 1903, which seems to be in error.
Age 0
Unit Joined The Durham Light Infantry TA, Commissioned as 2/Lt in 9th Battalion 21/6/1939. Posted 12th Battalion DLI. Embodied 24/8/1939. Transferred to the Black Watch 20/12/1939. Attended Signals Course 29/10/1939 - 25/11/1939. Posted 1st Tyneside Scottish 1/2/1940. Served with the B.E.F. in Northern France. Taken Prisoner of War. Repatriated to the UK. Posted ? Bn Black Watch, Demobilised 1945. Released 1947. TARO 1/9/1948.
Company/Battery HQ Coy.
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role Signals Officer 8/9/1939.
Joined Brigade 1/9/1939
Promotions W/S Lt 1/1/41.
Prisoner of War Yes - Oflag VIB, then O7B, PoW Number 385.
Died/Killed in action Death registered March 2000, Poole, Dorset. Funeral took place 31/3/2000.
Home address Osbaldestone Gardens, Gosforth, 12, West St. Gateshead. Solicitor - admitted October 1938 - with Swinburne (Commander of 1 TS) and Jackson.
Source table 1TS