Lt. Terence James Hugo

(S/N 229276)

Lt. Terence James Hugo, formerly of the Royal Scots, served with No.6 Commando from – at least – 8th May 1944. However, he was held in the UK with the 1st line reserves and didn’t land on D-Day, finally making it to the Commando lines – along with Lt. Clark and ORs – on 9th June 1944. and then assigned to No.1 Troop of No.6 Commando.

Lt. Terence Hugo was a light heavyweight boxing champion, who represented the Commando in Boxing Tournaments.

Terence was an extremely popular sub-altern, who whilst still serving with No.1 Troop was KIA on 30th January 1945, aged 25 years. He was the son of Capt. James William Hugo, Royal Artillery, and Grace Lily Hugo, of Lanark. Terence was laid to rest in Nederweert War Cemetery (Limburg, Netherlands). Grave IV.E.9.