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Sapper

Paul Thomas
DOBSON

(Nickname)

(Photo)

Born:

1925 Cheadle Staffordshire, England
as Thomas Paul Dobson

Service No.

14429264  

Regiment(s):

591 Antrim Parachute Squadron RE

Military Notes:
Service Record:

Ringway Parachute Training Course 134. 

Family Notes:

Son  of James Horace Dobson (1898-1963)
an assistant surveyor at a colliery. (His father Thomas has been a Colliery Manager.)
and his wife Gladys Brunt  (1902-1974) 
m.1921 Cheadle Staffs.

*Gladys is listed under the pseudonym Ada Richards in the 1939 Register, living in Shardlow Derbyshire, separated from her husband. There is a certified correction to her name in the register dated in 1964. She is co-habiting with Leonard Richards (5 Apr 1893) an inspector of aero engine parts, in 1939.
At probate in 1974 it states
"Gladys Dobson or Gladys Richards of Thornhill Allen Street, Cheadle Staffs d. 5 Oct 1974.

Brother of William D Dobson (1924-).
1939 Address: 60 Ashbourne Rd, Cheadle, Staffs.

Civilian Occupation:

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Married:

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Died:

24  March 1945 aged 19 

Burial:

Reichswald  Forest War Cemetery plot 40, row B, grave no. 3 

Memorial:

Commemorated  on the Cheadle, Staffordshire War Memorial. 

Links:

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Misc:

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