I hunted around and then put into Google WW II "Dog Tags". Could METH be
simply his religion?
And found this.
Thread: "Dog Tags" - Identification of Religion
Default "Dog Tags" - Identification of Religion
I am having some interest to read the WW II "Dog Tags". We have C of E =
Church of England or CE for same.
We have OD = Other Denomination introduced in 1942.
But what about Church of Scotland, could it be CS? Then we have the Roman
Catholic Church, could it be RC or C?
Then I have read about the Hebrew religion, where the RCAF are having J =
Jewish, H = Hebrew and HEB = Hebrew.
Meth = Methodist.
I would like to learn more about the many letters and the connection to the
religions of Commonwealth airmen.
Sincerely Jill Muir
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A plea for help.
My Wife's Aunt Died this morning aged 93.
My Wife had a Power of Attorney, and is the Executor of her Estate.
While "ransacking" her house today searching for Birth Certificates and any
other relevant information, we found a small box addressed to her, enclosing
an Air Crew Medal and two "Dog Tags".
The "Dog Tags" have the name Meth Davies.
At the time I did not realise, what this suggested, and did not have the
presence of mind to make a note of the Service Number.
Meth (probably short for Methusala or Methusalem) does not appear as a blood
relative in the Family Tree.
I know that my wife's aunt joined the WAFFS in 1843 and was based at St.
But who was Meth - a lover or a husband?
Before the medal was sent to her, she must have been put down as his "next
How do I find out?
The funeral will probably be a week today, and time is "therefore of the
Any suggestions, gratefully received.
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