D-Day plus 12 Question

Discussion in 'General' started by efiste2, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. efiste2

    efiste2 Member

    My late Granfather served in the Irish Guards 3rd Batallion, and landed in Normandy on June 23rd. The I.G. war record for the days leading upto his depature from Southampton, are attached in the picture. 75 years ago today looking at the diary, im assuming his "Marching Party" was travelling from Eastbourne to Southampton via Marshalling Area C. Is it known where Marshalling Area C would have been......

    Also information from the Ancestry Website, shows he was listed on casualty list 1502, are these lists still in existance and viewable.

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  2. 51highland

    51highland Very Senior Member

    From Find my past;

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  3. efiste2

    efiste2 Member

    Thats is fantastic, thank you, dhave you any info on what thehand written number between his service number and name signifies ?
  4. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

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