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Name: Józef Babicz
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Gender: Male
Date of birth: 1915-10-18
Place of birth: (near Bołdury (Village))
Did this person die during World War ll?: No
Date of death: 1981-10-
Place of death: United Kingdom (near Leeds)
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Given name of spouse: Maria Babicz
Maiden name of spouse: Woś
Given name(s) of children: 3 Children
Description: Jozef married Maria Woś in Siberia, they had 3 children, first in 1949 and relocated to England after the war.

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Kresy Inhabitant Status: Civilian settler / Family member of civilian settler
Ethnicity: Polish
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Served in Unit Other Service From: yyyy mm dd To: yyyy mm dd
2nd Corps (Gen. Anders) kapral 8 batalion
Other Military Service: Nr ewidencyjny 3 DSK/Serial Nr in 3 DSK 1915/35
Participation in WWII battles: Monte Cassino, Italy (1944-01-17 - 1944-05-19)
Medals received: Jerusalem Cross, Monte Cassino
Other Battles: Served in Egypt (details not known)

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Residence After 1945

Country State District Locality Nearest large city Description
Italy Senigallia
United Kingdom Hampshire Aldershot Reading Arrived in UK on 11/02/47, left Polish army to join the Royal Army "W" reserve, Aldershot was an army town.
United Kingdom West Yorkshire Headingley area of Leeds Leeds Leeds Moved to Leeds in the north England around 1959

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