ANDERSON Trevor Alexander Shaw

Trevor Alexander Shaw Anderson was born 1922[1] the son of Dr Samuel Eric Hill Anderson medical practitioner and Barbara Anderson of Wood View, Cockfield.[2]

276082 Lieutenant T.A.S. Anderson, Royal Armoured Corps, “B” Squadron, 13/18 Royal Hussars was killed in action [died of wounds] 9 August 1942, aged 22.  He is buried at grave reference VIII.G.10, St. Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux, Calvados, France.  The Allied offensive in NW. Europe began with the Normandy landings of 6 June 1944.  Those buried in St. Manvieu War Cemetery died for the most part in the fluctuating battles from mid-June to the end of July 1944, in the region of Tilly-sur-Seulles and Caen.  The cemetery contains 1,627 burials of the Second World War, 49 of them unidentified. [3]


[1] England & Wales Birth Index 1916-2007 Vol.10a p.544 1922 Q3 Teesdale

[2] England & Wales National Probate Register [Index of Wills & Administrations] 1858-1995

[3] Commonwealth War Graves Commission