Local ATS girl

Discussion in 'Non-Commemorated War Dead' started by temptage, Mar 16, 2023.

  1. temptage

    temptage I thought it would only take a few weeks......

    Ive located the grave of a local girl, Irene May Norman,W/289119, who served in the ATS, 513 Company to be precise, but according to her burial record, she had been discharged prior to her death. Now, not knowing the reason for her discharge unless anyone can work their magic, it makes it a little difficult to put her name forward to the IFCP, because her cause of death was Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
    I know that was a big contributing factor to many deaths in WW1 but was it permissable in WW2 also?
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2023
  2. jonheyworth

    jonheyworth Senior Member

    Ask the IFCP anyway, they are the experts

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