The Imperial War Museums' Book of War Behind Enemy Lines
By Julian Thompson, The Imperial War Museum
Into the Jaws of Death
By Robert Lyman
Leonard Disbray
John Robertson

Leonard Disbray

Leonard Francis Disbray
born 24.12.1922 Plumstead,London
boot repairer in civilian life
enlisted 4.4.1938 Whitehall
16/5th Lancers
Trooper (320293)
PPA 1944 (mt driver Blitz Patrol)
RTUd December 1944
resided postwar 137 Ashmore Road,Paddington W9
emigrated Australia 06.06.1951
died 19.5.2004 New South Wales,Australia
Pinegrove Memorial Park,Minchinbury,N.S.W.,Australia

father William James Henry Disbray served WW1 and was taken prisoner 23 Mar 1918, he was wounded, but initially reported K.I.A. London Regiment Regimental Number 631653 Unit 20th (County of London) Battalion (Blackheath and Woolwich) - Source Debra Buchanan
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