First time here in several years and hoping the knowledgeable folks here can shed some light on something. Background is that my late father (Samuel McGrevey) was in the 8th Devonshire as of March 1942 (at least, that's what it says on the marriage certificate when he married my Mother then!). I remember him talking about being in Greece, Italy and (possibly) Egypt. When I posted here some years ago, it was mentioned that the 8th was a training regiment. It's now emerged that he was wounded in Italy in June 1944 - I knew he had been wounded, but didn't know the details until now. There's a subsequent correction to the record for this mentioning that the regiment should be the 1st Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment. I have no reason to believe that he was in any regiment other than the Devonshire - was there any known connection between them and the Devonshire around that time?