This thread is an attempt to trace the living family of Albert Stanley Evans, who was a Chindit casualty on the 17th April 1944. It is a long shot I know, but stranger things have happened on the site before now. Casualty This soldier was possibly the friend of Corporal John Davis from Harborne near Birmingham, who was another casualty from the second Chindit expedition in 1944. I will be creating a replica post for John shortly. What we know about Albert Stanley Evans: He was born on the 8th July 1914, the son of George and Edith Evans from Bristol. According to the 1939 Register, Albert was living with his parents at 7 Crofts End Road, Bristol and was a window cleaner contractor by trade. Albert served with the 2nd King's Own Royal Regiment on Operation Thursday and died on the 17th April 1944. He was formerly a soldier with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry before being posted overseas. He was originally buried at the Sahmaw Military Cemetery, before being moved across to Taukkyan War Cemetery in 1954. Albert had a brother, Ronald Edward Evans who was born on the 23rd March 1921 and was a Poultry Farmer presumably in the Bristol area. It is possible that Ronald married a Hilda May Creese in 1964. Forum member Tony B, has already furnished me with an image of Alberts grave plaque from Taukkyan War Cemetery. Thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer.