Hi folks, There is a William Edward Davies named on the war memorial at St Anne's Church in Ormskirk, his date of death given as 7 August 1947. I haven't seen the burial records but he appears to be buried with his parents in the same churchyard. This man is not listed in the CWGC database. I've checked the local newspaper but there's no report of his death, only a family notice on the anniversary of his death which doesn't give much away. The paper printed lists of local men serving overseas during the war, his name was on those lists but they don't indicate which branch of the armed forces he served with. His DC gives the following information: 7 August 1947, 107 Rice Lane U.D. William Edward Davies, male, 33 years of 13 Clucas Gardens, Ormskirk; ordnance factory clerk Cause of death: pulmonary tuberculosis Informant: Patrick Davies, brother, 91 Wigan Road, Ormskirk Registered: 8 August 1947, Walton Park, Liverpool North Looks like a post-discharge death. Just wondering if there's any way forward with this?