Ellis Thomas Frederick George Captain 102321

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Name Ellis Thomas Frederick George
Army number 102321
Rank Captain.
Date of birth Birth February 1918 registered Ampthill, Bedfordshire. Mother's maiden surname Parkinson.
Age 73 at the time of his death.
Unit Joined the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment - granted an Emergency Commission as a 2/Lt 15/10/1939. Served Normandy. Posted to No. 33 Regimental Holding Unit. Transferred to The Durham Light Infantry 6/7/1944. Posted to the 11th Bn DLI. With the Battalion on disbandment 26/8/1944. Posted 1st Bn Devonshire Regiment. Wounded. Relinquished Commission on 17/10/1951 and granted Honorary Rank of Major.
Company/Battery C Company.
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role Company 2 i/c 6/7/1944.
Joined Brigade 06-Jul-44.
Promotions W/S Captain 17/2/1943.
Wounded Yes - Date and unit not yet known.
Prisoner of War
Died/Killed in action 29/5/1991 at Sutton Coldfield. Probate granted 20th June 1991.
Home address Son of John William Ellis (1891 - 1956) and Rosa Parkinson (1899 - ?). Married, firstly, Edith Banks (1915 - 1975) in Wallasey in 1956 then, secondly, Vera Annie Lewis in Sandwell 20/10/1979. Resided at 10, Celandine Badgers Bank Road, Sutton Coldfield.
Source table 11DLI