DAVIES, Wyndham Francis
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Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)
Monday, September 13, 1943
Killed in action or died of wounds
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Fusilier Wyndham Davies, 6 troop, was killed in action at Dragone Hill, Salerno, Italy. Initially buried as far as is known by the 6th Yorks and Lancs Regiment on the forward slope of the hill. Son of Francis and Mary Ann Davies, of Port Talbot, Glamorgan.
Wyndham Francis Davies volunteered for the Commandos in 1942 from the Police, joining a Police Intake to the Commando Depot (Commando Basic Training Centre), Achnacarry. Police Constable Davies, warrant number 127039, joined the Metropolitan Police on 11 July 1938 and was last posted to 'M' Division prior to military service.
 Casualty Lists / National Archives file WO417/68.
 No.2 Commando Casualties Salerno document below.
 Register of leavers from the Metropolitan Police / National Archives file MEPO 4/350/230.
Forename spelt as WYNDAM on source ; WYNDHAM on transcript of source  and on Probate Registers for Carmarthen District, probate date 9 Feb.1944.
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