Bouck-Standen

Charles Bouck-Standen with wife Kathleen and son Michael, June 1945

Charles Edward Barlow Bouck-StandenAge: 80 years19192000

Name
Charles Edward Barlow Bouck-Standen
Birth 2 May 1919 26 20
Address: Parke
Note:
These photos of Parke were probably taken in the 1920s http://www.flickr.com/photos/louisejoly/sets/72157594502437786/
Death of a paternal grandfatherEdward James Standen
1 November 1921 (Age 2 years)
Marriage of a parentMaurice HousegoMarjorie BouckView this family
Type: Religious marriage
1926 (Age 6 years)
Birth of a half-brotherJohn Maurice Housego
20 March 1929 (Age 9 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherOde Jeanne Marie Angelique Fellemans
4 February 1936 (Age 16 years)
Address: 37 Queens Gate Gardens, South Kensington, London
Cause: Myocardial degeneration, cholemia, scirrhosis
Note: Death registered by her brother-in-law Gilbert Standen
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn Augustus Bouck
11 February 1938 (Age 18 years)
Address: Died at Springfield
Military
4th Battalion Royal West Kent Regt service No 156655
15 November 1939 (Age 20 years)
Note: 2nd Lieut 2/5/1942. Wounded & captured at Alam Halfa Sept 1942. Posted as missing until July 1943. POW in Italy (Caserta) & then Germany (Brunswick) until 1945. With 115 Labour Battalion at St Columb, Cornwall until discharge as Captain Feb1946. (from Army records)
Note:
Royal West Kent Regimental History The 4th and 5th Battalions arrived in Egypt in July,1942 when the 8th Army was defending a position at Alamein. On August 31st the enemy launched an attack which was halted at Alam Halfa Ridge. The British plan was to threaten the enemy's supply route. A night operation was carried by a force which included the 4th and 5th Battalions. On reaching their objective these battalions were met with a hail of fire. Nonetheless they stormed some of the trenches but, having suffered fifty per cent casualties, were forced to withdraw just before dawn. However this threat to the enemy's supply and escape route hastened their retreat in to the desert where the RAF took a very heavy toll See also 132nd Infantry Brigade & 44th Home Counties Brigade
Death of a maternal grandmotherEliza Linda Hogben
22 September 1957 (Age 38 years)
Address: "Fircroft", 41 Hook Road, Epsom, Surrey, England
Cause: Carcinoma of stomach and breast
Note: Death registered by daughter Marjorie Housego.
Death of a motherMarjorie Bouck
16 May 1978 (Age 59 years)
Note: St Lukes Hospital
Death 17 April 2000 (Age 80 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 9 April 1918Bristol, Somerset, England
13 months
himself
Charles Bouck-Standen with wife Kathleen and son Michael, June 1945Charles Edward Barlow Bouck-Standen
Birth: 2 May 1919 26 20Bovey Tracey, Devon, England
Death: 17 April 2000East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey, England
Mother’s family with Maurice Housego - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: 1926Blindley Heath, Godstone, Surrey, England
3 years
half-brother
John Maurice Housego
Birth: 20 March 1929 50 30Hendon, Middlesex, England
Death: 2 March 2015Deal, Kent

Birth
These photos of Parke were probably taken in the 1920s http://www.flickr.com/photos/louisejoly/sets/72157594502437786/
Military
2nd Lieut 2/5/1942. Wounded & captured at Alam Halfa Sept 1942. Posted as missing until July 1943. POW in Italy (Caserta) & then Germany (Brunswick) until 1945. With 115 Labour Battalion at St Columb, Cornwall until discharge as Captain Feb1946. (from Army records)
Military
Royal West Kent Regimental History The 4th and 5th Battalions arrived in Egypt in July,1942 when the 8th Army was defending a position at Alamein. On August 31st the enemy launched an attack which was halted at Alam Halfa Ridge. The British plan was to threaten the enemy's supply route. A night operation was carried by a force which included the 4th and 5th Battalions. On reaching their objective these battalions were met with a hail of fire. Nonetheless they stormed some of the trenches but, having suffered fifty per cent casualties, were forced to withdraw just before dawn. However this threat to the enemy's supply and escape route hastened their retreat in to the desert where the RAF took a very heavy toll See also 132nd Infantry Brigade & 44th Home Counties Brigade