46th rtr

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  1. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    Hello all. I have a few pictures for the 46th rtr in Italy 1943. The names I have on there are J Greenberg, Bill Jack, Frank Wright, J Hilton, E Dunne, R Greene, Ron Dugnall, Ernest Pantony, Albert Winkle, Sgt Cena, Bendall, A Banks, Arthur Johnstone, Sgy McCabe, B Metcalfe, Sgt Halford.
    Also some survivors of the Nino Bixio. John Lavender, Albert Metcalfe, Albert Winkle, jim Thursfield, George Turnbull and some others I can't read.

    My Grandad was Ernest Pantony (Sykes) who was a sapper. He also was a survivor on the Nino Bixio. If anyone would like to see the picture or has any info on any of the people, especially my Grandad I would love to hear from them.
    Marie
     
  2. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

  3. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    This is the other picture I have of 46th RTR in Monturano Italy. June 1943.
    Front row L to R Arthur Johnstone, R Greene, J Greenberg, Sgt McCabe, Bill Jack, A Banks
    Back Row L to R F Wright, B Metcalfe, Sgt Halford, G Dunne, J Hilton, Sgt Cena
     

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  4. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    Picture 46th RTR in Monturano in June 1943
    Front row L to R J Greenberg, Bill Jack, Frank Wright, J Hilton, G Dunne, R Greene
    Back row L to R Ron Dagnall, Ernest Pantony (Sykes), Albert Winkle, Sgt Cena, Bendall, A Banks
    My Grandad was Ernest Pantony. How can I find out where they went after here? He was POW twice. I hope someone can help and if not at least you can see the pictures of some of them. Enjoy.
     

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  5. minden1759

    minden1759 Senior Member

    Marie.

    Both photos in Jun 43 in Italy would make him a Prisoner of War.

    Is that correct?

    Regards

    Frank
     
  6. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    Frank,
    Yes I assume so. I know he was a POW for a while in the war. He was on Nino Bixio and lived. I will ask my uncle for more info. x
     
  7. harkness

    harkness Well-Known Member

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    First name(s) E.
    Last name Pantony
    Service number 7916695
    Rank Trooper
    Regiment Royal Armoured Corps
    Year -
    Prison camp or ship Hartmansdorf Chemnitz
    Camp type STALAG
    Camp number 4F
    Camp location Hartmansdorf Chemnitz

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  8. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    Thank you. I have got his POW card for this place. I hadn't yet done any research on it. I also have the red cross 'welcome home' card. He was missing presumed dead at one point.
    I love seeing all this info on him. I wanted to try and get as much for my uncle to see. x
     
  9. harkness

    harkness Well-Known Member

    Marie,

    if you go here:

    Prisoner of War

    then click on 'Camps' then 'Stalag' then 'Stalag IVF' you may find some interesting stuff on there. Good luck!
     
  10. Marie Piper

    Marie Piper Member

    Thank you. That was a real eye opener as to what they had to live like.
    Marie
     

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