BACH, Vaughan Charles Simon - F/Lt - 72776 - the Rugby Advertiser of August 2nd 1946 reported the following:
DEATH OF MR. V. C. S. BACH
Service in Two World Wars
A RA.F. officer who served in the last two wars, and between them was a member of the Royal Irisih Constabulary, Mr. Vuaghan Charles Simon Bach (46), "The Lawn," Kilsby, died in Northampton General Hospital, on Tuesday. Eldest son of the Rev. Charles Bach and of Mrs. Bach of Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Mr. Bach had been in failing health for some time.
Born in northampton, Mr. Bach was educated at Bromsgrove School and Oxford, and during the 1914-1918 war he served with the R.N.A.S., afterwards the R.F.C., becoming a pilot officer. Following his demobilisation in 1919 he joined the Royal Irish Constabulary and was shot through the hand in one of the Sinn Fein riots. He was placed on the reserve of officers and with the rank of Flight Lieut. He served in this country with the transport service of the R.A.F. throughout the last war.
WARD, Albert Edgar - F/O (Flying Instr) - 180247 - registered Kettering. The Graves Registration Report Form givs his unit as 6 E.F.T.S.