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Corporal Pash in the Far East

Loughborough Echo - 27th November 1942

Corporal George Pash, whose home is in Quorn, is a wireless operator, and from the picture he seems to be located, as Kipling might say, "Somewhere East of Suez".

He come of a roving family, of whom he is the fourth to go where he has gone. His mother was born at Singapore, and an uncle at Hong Kong. His grandfather was a sergeant in the 2nd Northants and saw service in India, where he had won a scholarship. As a boy George sang in the Parish Church choir at Quorn, and afterwards worked in the drawing office at Messrs Herbert Morris Ltd, Loughborough


   
 Submitted on: 2011-01-03
 Submitted by: Kathryn Paterson
 Artefact ID: 1114
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