Bevan Trevor Pugh Lt 311464

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Name Bevan Trevor Pugh
Army number 311464
Rank 2/Lt
Date of birth Birth registered Q1 1922, Bridgend, Monmouthshire. Mother's maiden name Barwick.
Age 22.
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 [ 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.