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Captain Isaac Cross Pedley

 


Wedding of Captain Isaac Cross Pedley to Kathleen Creedon, Christmas 1938 at Weatherall in Cumbria.  Captain Pedley served with the 4th Battalion, King's Own, and transferred to the 56th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery The King's Own, in 1938.  He was commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant in December 1927, and during his service in the Second World War was taken prisoner of war and was held on the island of Formosa, now Taiwan. He was demobilised in July 1946.  Kathleen Creedon was the daughter of Captain Thomas George Creedon, who was Quarter Master of the 1st Battalion, King's Own, in June 1919 and from March 1920 to December 1929 the Quarter Master of the Regimental Depot at Bowerham Barracks, Lancaster. 
Accession Number: KO2513/108

 

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