Fus. Arthur Charity

(S/N 4206553)

Fus. Arthur Charity, formerly of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, served in No.4 Troop of No.6 Commando from, at least, October 1942 and then with the Medical Section of HQ Troop of No.6 Commando from, at least, 30th August 1943.

Fus. Arthur Charity was reported as being Killed in Action (KIA) on 6th June 1944, aged 24 years.

He was the son of Arthur and Sarah Charity; husband of Joan Charity and father of Keith Charity, of Hove, Sussex, and was laid to rest in La Delivrande War Cemetery (Douvres, Calvados, France). Grave V.C.3.

The inscription on his headstone reads:

‘With tender thoughts and deep regrets. We loved you & never forget. Wife Joan and son Keith.’

Picture taken pre-embarkation for Operation Torch (1942)