The War Graves of Ystradgynlais

Thomas Edward Guppy

Thomas Edward Guppy served with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps and was killed in action at Dunkirk in May 1940.

He seems to have been generally known as Eddie, hence his inclusion on the Scouts Memorial Trophy, unveiled at Penrhiwvarteg in April 1950 as Eddie Guppy.

The information on Thomas Edward Guppy has been compiled from a number of sources, including the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, from the South Wales Voice newspaper, and the Parish Burial Register (courtesy of the Swansea Archives).

NameThomas Edward Guppy
Date of Death24th May 1940
Place of DeathDunkirk
Age at Death21
Unit and RegimentRoyal Army Ordnance Corps
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, attd. 6th Bn.
RankPrivate
Service Number7608634
Local Memorials Ystradgynlais War Memorial
Scouts Memorial Trophy, Penrhiwvarteg
MemorialDunkirk Memorial, France (Column 145)
NotesSon of John and Mary Guppy
of Lower Cwmtwrch, Swansea

Roll of Honour:
Book - "ROLL OF HONOUR Ystradgynlais and District", St. Cynogs Church, Ystradgynlais.
Memorial Window & Brass Plaque
St. Cynog's Church, Ystradgynlais.
Given by Ystradgynlais Branch of The Royal British Legion.


 

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