Bevan Trevor Pugh Lt 311464
Name Bevan Trevor Pugh
Army number 311464
Date of birth Birth registered Q1 1922, Bridgend, Monmouthshire. Mother's maiden name Barwick.
Unit Served in the ranks as 3915897. Commissioned as a 2/Lt in the South Wales Borderers 4/3/1944. Attached to The Black Watch, posted 1 TS 2/7/1944. Returned to South Wales Borderers on disbandment of the Battalion. Posted to 2nd Battalion. KILLED in ACTION with 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers 20/10/1944.
Company/Battery A Company.
Platoon or other sub-unit Not yet known.
Task or role Duty Officer. Platoon Commander.
Joined Brigade 2/7/1944.
Promotions W/S Lt 4/9/1944
Prisoner of War
Died/Killed in action 20/10/1944.
Home address Son of Giraldus and Gladys Bevan of Cymmer, Glamorgan. Buried Grave III B 24 Geel War Cemetery.
Source table 1TS
To read his CWGC Commemorative Record please click here.
To read an eye-witness account of Normandy fighting by Lt Bevan's subsequent Platoon, after returning to the South Wales Borderers, please click [ http://www.secondworldwar.nl/infantryman-afternoon-activities.php here].
To see his commemoration on the Pontypridd Roll of Honour, please click here.
To see his commemoration in the records of the Museum of The Royal Welsh please click here.