This fellow was born 25 Dec 1897 in West Ham, Essex. His Army enrolment says he was a Driver for the Royal Field Artillery and I can read "Poland" as one of the places he was posted. Then I came across this POW index card: Name: A W Cudby Rank: Driver Army Number: 104449 Regiment: Royal Army Service Corps POW Number: 6316 Camp Type: Stalag Camp Number: XX-A Camp Location: Torun, Poland Record Office: Royal Army Service Corps Record Office, Ore Place, Hastings, Sussex Record Office Number: 29. Do you agree these are probably the same person and the W has been mis-read from a Greek-style E (which is how I write also)? Other info about this fellow indicates he wandered as a ship's passenger back and forth to Australia until some years before his death. Further interpretation by me says that he may have made friends in the Camp with an Australian, whom he visited. Also he may have had a neurosis about staying in the same place due to fear of further capture, torture etc. Anyway, after this rigmarole, this guy is genetically related to me, several of my 1st cousins and to a present-day Polish family. To figure out how he could have fathered someone in Poland I need to discover the liberation day for the Torun/Thorn POW Camp, which I cannot yet find from my home base (Australia). Any clues?