Camp P.G.66, Capua, Italy

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ALEXANDER, Charles Henry

Trooper
14241760
No 1 Commando
Royal Armoured Corps
Leicester Police
Lance Corporal Charles Alexander was reported missing 2 March 1943 during operations in North Africa, later found to be a prisoner of war. He had volunteered as part of the Police Intakes to the Commandos.
In 1939 he was a Police Constable in Leicester residing at 7 The Cresent, Melton Mowbray.

BALE, John Henry

Private
14241608
No 1 Commando
South Wales Borderers
Newport Borough Police
Private John Bale was reported missing 2 December 1942 during operations in North Africa (Tunisia), later found to be a prisoner of war in Italy [1][1a].
1943 escaped from captivity to a neutral country [2][2a].
1944 repatriated back to the UK [3].

CARTER, Albert George

Fusilier
6140785
No 1 Commando
Royal Welch Fusiliers

Fusilier Albert Carter was reported missing 2 March 1943 during operations in North Africa, later found to be a prisoner of war. 

Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/60.
Prisoners of War / National Archives files WO392/1 (Stalag344), WO392/21 (Camp PG66).

Royal Welch Fusiliers Transfers In Register 1939.

CROXTON, Michael, J.

Lance Bombardier
917046
No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery
Mentioned in Despatches
Lance Bombardier Michael Croxton, 5 Troop, received a Mention in Despatches in recognition of gallant and distinguished service in the Field.
Recommendation

DAVIES, William Henry

Regimental Sergeant Major
819092
No 6 Commando
Royal Artillery

Regimental Sergeant Major William Davies was reported missing 26 February 1943 during operations in North Africa (Battle of Steamroller Farm), later found to be a prisoner of war. 

DAVIS, Major Edgerton

Private
1895607
No 6 Commando
Royal Engineers

Sapper M.E. Davis was reported missing 26 February 1943 during operations in North Africa (Battle of Steamroller Farm), later found to be a prisoner of war. Post war member of the Commando Association from County Antrim.

HEWLETT, Henry

Private
3531248
No 6 Commando
Manchester Regiment
Private Henry Hewlett was reported missing 26 February 1943, later found to be a prisoner of war, during operations in North Africa (Battle of Steamroller Farm).

Post war member of the Commando Association residing Wigan.

HILL, Kenneth, G.

Lance Corporal
5679361
No 1 Commando
Somerset Light Infantry
Lance Corporal Kenneth Hill was reported missing 2 December 1942 during operations in Tunisia (Operation Bizerte), later found to be a prisoner of war.
 
Sources
Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/59.
Priosners of War / National Archives file WO392/1 (Stalag 357) and WO392/21 (Camp 66).

JONES, Frank Joseph George

Private
5957106
No 6 Commando
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Private Frank Jones was reported missing 26 February 1943 during operations in Tunisia, North Africa (Battle of Steamroller Farm), later found to be a prisoner of war.
Post war member of the Commando Association from Dunstable, Bedfordshire.
 
Sources

KEARNEY, Joseph Francis

Known as: 
Joe
Gunner
970050
No 11 Commando
Royal Artillery
Gunner Joe Kearney was attached to No.11 Commando 1 Troop from the 57th (Newfoundland) Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery. He was reported missing 24 November 1941 after Operation Flipper in the Western Desert, later found to be a prisoner of war. Post war member of the Commando Association residing in Newfoundland.

PAUL, Haydn Bertram

Gunner
14241751
No 1 Commando
Royal Artillery
Metropolitan Police
Gunner Hadyn Paul was reported missing during operations in North Africa on 26 February 1943, later found to be a prisoner of war.
He was a serving Metropolitan Police Officer who volunteered for the Commandos as part of the Police Intakes. In 1939 he was a Police Constable residing Gilmour House, Renfrew Road, Vauxhall.
 
Sources

ROSE, Harry, E.G.

Lance Corporal
5827498
No 7 Commando
Suffolk Regiment
Northamptonshire Regiment
Mentioned in Despatches
Lance Corporal Harry Rose was reported missing and a prisoner of war on 20 April 1941 during operations at Cyrenaica, Libya (Bardia raid). He later made good his escape and received a Mention in Despatches.
Recommendation

SALISBURY, Frank

Private
14241695
No 6 Commando
King's Own Scottish Borderers
Cheshire Constabulary
Private Frank Salisbury was reported missing North Africa 26 February 1943 (Battle of Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia) but was found to have been taken prisoner [1], held initially at Camp 66 at Capua in Italy [2] before being transported to Stalag 4C [3].

SLATER, Marshall Gordon

Troop Sergeant Major
4269967
No 6 Commando
Royal Northumberland Fusiliers
Mentioned in Despatches
Troop Sergeant Major Marshall Slater was reported missing North Africa 26 February 1943 (Battle of Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia) but was found to have been taken prisoner [1], held initially at Camp 66 [2] at Capua before being transported to Stalag 4B [3].

SMITH, Peter

Gunner
1527750
No 11 Commando
Royal Artillery
Died on war service

Gunner Peter Smith, from Glencraig in Fife, was reported missing in 1942 (full date not reported) during operations in the Middle East , later found to be a prisoner of war [1][1a].  He was subsequently killed as a result of aerial bombardment [2][2a].

THOMPSON, J.C.

Corporal
4272278
No 6 Commando
Royal Northumberland Fusiliers

Corporal J.C. Thompson was reported missing North Africa 26 February 1943 (Battle of Steamroller Farm at El Arousa, Tunisia) but was found to have been taken prisoner [1], held initially at Camp 66 [2] at Capua before being transported to Stalag 357 [3].

Sources

VEASEY, Arthur Francis Sherrard

Lieutenant
149347
No 3 Commando
No 4 Commando
Worcestershire Regiment
Mentioned in Despatches
Lieutenant Arthur Veasey, No.3 Commando, received a mention in Despatches in recognition of gallant and distinguished service in the Field. [1][1a][1b].
Recommendation
Lieut. Veasey was captured at Lentini, Sicily, on 14 July 1943 and at the time of Italian Armistice was at Camp 19 (Bologna). 

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