Cecil Walter Cox is thought to have served with the Worcestershire Regiment.
He was the son of Frederick and Dorothy Cox, who lived in 15 Council Cottages, Wickhamford (now 33 Pitchers Hill).
He served in Army Transport and was in France and Germany. His last roll was as a chauffeur to an Army Brigadier.
He worked after the War at L.B.G. in the herb drying section.