Lieutenant Colonel Guy Aime Dubosc Taylor MC Military Cross
Service Number 44984
World War 2
1SG Commanding Officer
Died Age 34
Buried at Bolsena War Cemetery, Italy. III, C, 17
Lt Col Guy Taylor held the position of CO 2 SG until Nov 1943, subsequently took command of 1SG in Italy where he was killed in action on the 26th of June 1944 whilst Commanding from the front under bombardment of
Concentrated enemy Mortar fire.
Colonel Taylor had always been most careful of the lives and welfare of his men, he was sorely missed by both 1st
and 2nd BN’s. He was succeeded on the battlefield by his second In command Maj R. D. Cardiff.
Son of Capt. F. J. D. Taylor and Jeanne Marguerite Dubosc Taylor; husband of Virginia Dubosc Taylor, of Eastleigh, Warminster, Wiltshire
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Italy||La Foce Strada della Vittoria, 61 53042 Chianciano Terme (Siena) - Italia||La Foce memorial||World War 2
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