Victor Page T/14284758 RASC

Discussion in 'RASC' started by Abridge trier, Jul 15, 2020.

  1. Abridge trier

    Abridge trier Member

    A bit of a long shot but here goes

    Victor died 19th October 1944 at Lambourne Essex and is buried in St Marys and All Saints Lambourne.
    Casualty Details | CWGC
    I have no other information on him but hopefully !!

    Can someone give me some info on the duties of a driver (apart from driving !) in the RASC and what does the "T" in his service number stand for.


  2. gmyles

    gmyles Senior Member


    Casualty lists 1939-1945 on FMP says he 'died' which suggests it was from a sickness and therefore he wasn't killed in action, died of wounds or died as a result of an accident.

    No unit details either - Just 'RASC'

    No hit on he RLC archive either.

    RASC used 2 prefixes. S and T. S was supply and T was technical.

    Hope this helps


    JITTER PARTY Well-Known Member

    T was transport.
  4. Abridge trier

    Abridge trier Member

    Thanks Gents

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