To add, of the other new DLI officers in the LG of 12/1/43, these are the ones who have left a mark in the casualty lists: Reid, Lt Robert Emblem, 253704, DLI. Commissioned DLI, EC, LG 12/1/43: https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/35857/supplement/262/data.pdf Reported wounded (remaining at duty), Italy, 3/8/44. Could have been on the same reinforcement draft to North Africa as Smith/Yates/Barnett: 16 DLI were just back the Middle East at this point and not yet in the line in Italy, so he must have been wounded with another unit, possibly 1 DLI? Yorke, David Garning Downing, 253705, 11 DLI. Commissioned DLI, EC, LG 12/1/43: https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/35857/supplement/262/data.pdf Reported wounded, NW Europe, date not reported, circa 6/44. Date wounded 27/6/44 according to WD The 70 Brigade site records the following: Yorke David Garnett Downing Lt 253705 - 70 Brigade Posted as Cadet to 164 OCTU. Joined The Durham Light Infantry - granted an Emergency Commission as a 2/Lt 28/11/1942. Posted to the 14th Battalion DLI 28/11/1942. Posted to the 11th Battalion DLI 5/12/1943. Served Normandy. Posted to No. 52 Regimental Holding Unit. Posted 101 Reinforcement Group 6/5/1944 - return to 11th Battalion requested 27 May 1944. Posted to the 11th Battalion DLI 5/6/1944. Evacuated wounded to No 3 Casualty Clearing Station 27/6/1944. Posted to the 14th Battalion DLI. Unemployed list 1947. Relinquished Emergency Commission on appointment to a Commission on the TA General List 1/9/1948. Posted as a 2/Lt - Cambridge and County School Contingent Combined Cadet Force 1/9/1948. RARO Lt (Hon Lt) 1/4/1950. Resigned Commission 31/8/1952.