Private Jack Lewis

06 Jun 1944

Private Jack Lewis served with the 224th Parachute Field Ambulance, RAMC and took part in the D-Day landings to Normandy on 5-6 June 1944. He lived in London at the time of his enlistment, on 20 February 1941.  His service number suggests he was a 'non combatant'. 

Pte Lewis died on 6 June, aged 24 years old. He is now buried at Brucourt Churchyard Cemetery, Normandy. 


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By Rebecca Blackburn with information supplied by Bob Hilton and M Lewis (nephew)

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Mark Lewis said:
Private Jack Lewis was our uncle. I am trying to find out about his service in this Regiment so if are is any photos or information before they departed for Normandy that would be very helpful.
Thank you.
Mark Lewis
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