DIXON Thomas Hugh Peter
Regiment : 4 Airlanding Anti-Tank Battery Royal Artillery
Service number : 87638
Conflict : WW2
Date of death : 24th March 1945 aged 27
Buried : Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany, Grave 39. A. 6.
Relatives : Son of Ralph and Ida Dixon; husband of Pamela Mary Dixon
Memorial : Tardebigge St Bartholomew's Church
Also appears on : Bromsgrove School WW2 Memorial with the information: M.C. Worcester Cathedral Worcestershire Yeomanry with the information: Maj MC. Tardebigge St Bartholomew's Church Dixon Window.
Awarded Military Cross.
Additional information on the memorial: MC Maj.
Also appears in the memorial book for the regiment in Worcester Cathedral with the information that he died after leaving the Regiment.
Appears on the Army casualties list for Worcestershire.
A letter from the Reverend R.W. Underhill, Tardebigge, undated, can be found within war records held at Worcestershire Archives requesting that Major Thomas Hugh Peter Dixon, M.C. be added to the county roll of honour.