30941 Brigadier Gwynne Brian SUGDEN, CBE, MiD, Cdg 158 Inf. Bde.: 04/01/1945

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    Personal Number: 30941
    Rank: Brigadier
    Name: Gwynne Brian SUGDEN, MBE, MiD
    Unit: South Wales Borderers; Commander 158 Infantry Brigade


    London Gazette : 11 July 1940
    MBE
    Captain (temporary Major) Gwynne Brian Sugden, The South Wales Borderers.

    London Gazette : 13 January 1944
    https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/36327/page/265/data.pdf
    The KING has been graciously pleased to approve that the following be Mentioned in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in the Middle East:—
    S. Wales Bord.
    Brig, (temp.) G. B. Sugden, M.B.E. (30941).


    London Gazette : 23 March 1944
    CBE
     
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    Casualty Details | CWGC
    BRIGADIER GWYNNE BRIAN SUGDEN
    Service Number: 30941
    Regiment & Unit/Ship: Cdg. 158 Inf. Bde. 53 (Welsh) Div., late South Wales Borderers
    Date of Death: Died 04 January 1945
    Age 41 years old
    Buried or commemorated at HOTTON WAR CEMETERY
    Grave Reference: III. A. 1.
    Location: Belgium
    Additional Info: Son of Arthur Maitland and Marion Sugden; husband of Dorothy Joyce Sugden, of Midhurst, Sussex.
    Personal Inscription: "RE-CREATE IN US THE SOUL OF SERVICE, THE SPIRIT OF PEACE; RENEW IN US THE SENSE OF JOY"
     
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    30941 Brigadier Gwynne Brian SUGDEN South Wales Borderers
    4th March 1904 Gosport, Hampshire - 4th January 1945 aged 41
    Officer Commanding 158 Infantry Brigade, 53rd (Welsh) Division
    Killed in an accident, when his scout car skidded and overturned on ice
    Casualty

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    Sevenoaks Chronicle 19th January 1945
     

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