For this group of Normandy PoWs, held briefly in the shed, I’ve only been able to ascertain some basic information – Returning PoW Questionnaires, details of Red Cross Parcels sent & in once case, details of where he’s buried in Prague
|14217219||Pte S Brunt||1st Battn Hampshire||11/07/1944||8B||Teschen||83248|
|5573158||Pte D Lawrence||2nd Devon Regt||11/07/1944||8B||Teschen||82951|
|3326726||Pte A Oliver||1st/7th Battn Green Howards||28/07/1944||8B||Teschen|
|14692314||Pte GF Reid||7th Battn Green Howards||26/07/1944||8B||Teschen||83099|
|5059174||Pte CA Wellings||6th Battn Green Howards||13/07/1944||8B||Teschen||82792|
|2100201||Pte P D White||1st Battn Green Howards||26/07/1944||8B||Teschen||83017/83197|
For these men, I have been able (with assistance from the National Archives http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/) to find their “Returning PoW Questionnaires”.
In addition, with help from the staff at The Green Howard’s Museum in Richmond (http://www.greenhowards.org.uk/) I have been able to add a little more detail to their stories.
Finally, and sadly, through the Commonwealth War Graves Commission site (http://www.cwgc.org/) I have been able to find out a little more information on Pte Clifford Wellings who did not survive the war.