I am continuing my research into the men and women from Whitchurch in north Cardiff who lost their lives during the Second World War, towards a book to be published later this year. For some time I have been searching for information on one of only two women commemorated on our local War Memorial - Audrey W. Davies. I believe that she was Audrey Winifred Davies (also found spelt as Davis on her death certificate), who died of TB on 15th January 1946 in Kensington, London. She had been born in Newport, Monmouthshire, on 20th December 1921. Her parents had worked at the hospital in Whitchurch during the First World War period before moving to a small mining village - Bedwas - which was near to Caerphilly. On Audrey's death certificate, there is no mention of any services involvement or service number. Her job was given as 'stores assistant', which may suggest a military stores rather than a commercial store i.e. a shop. Forces War Records has a likely candidate in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force - 423427, Audrey Winifred Davis. It states that she would have enlisted after July 1940 and was later 'appointed' as a Class F Reservist. Apart from making a formal application for her service records, which I suspect could take some months to come through, are there any other avenues of research that I could try to obtain any more information? I have found no newspaper articles locally referring to her death. Thanks in advance for any help and suggestions.