Hello In 1943 the following question was asked in Parliament by Mr Quentin Hogg: Mr. Quintin Hogg asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been drawn to the case of 6134709, Corporal Crouch, R.A.S.C., who was reverted to corporal from company sergeant-major owing to injuries received on war service; and whether steps will be taken to grant war substantive rank in this and similar cases? Sir J. Grigg It has been necessary in inquiring into this case to communicate with the command overseas where this soldier is serving. I will write to the hon. Member as soon as the inquiries have been completed. Mr. Hogg In pursuing these investigations, will my right hon. Friend consider the possibility of the necessity of changing the Regulations in regard to these reversions, which arouse a good deal of feeling? Sir J. Grigg That consideration has been examined very exhaustively as an inter-Service matter on several occasions. It was considered in conjunction with the general inquiry in the last Debate, in which the Lord President made a statement earlier this year. Does anyone know if this resulted in a change, or indeed anything further about 6134709 Crouch? I know so far that William Crouch served in WW1 and his address on the medal index card was Plumstead. Any ideas or information would be appreciated.