Many thanks for your post with regards to the Recipient of the Monte Cassino Cross Numbered 45263 at the time of the award His details were as follows:
Rank ; Sierzant (Sergeant)
Surname : PRZENICZNY
Christian Name : Stanisław
Date of Birth : 1910
Army Number : (also found on His ID Tags) : 1910-84-III
Unit : 29 Kompania Samoch ( 29th Ambulance Company)
I have also been able to glean the following information from the internet :
1) London Gazette Issue Nr : 42136, Page : 6105, Published on the 6th September 1960, Przeniczny Stanisław, Poland, Driller (Iron Ore Mine), 6 St. Lawrence Place, Ashby, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 15th July 1960. (British Citizenship granted).
2) Stanislaw Wojciech Przeniczny Born : 23rd March 1910 died in October 1987 aged 77, death Registered in Scunthorpe and Barton-Upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, Volume 7, Page 1181.
3) After searching the index of victims of soviet repression for Przeniczny with no luck I searched with just his Christian Name and date of birth and found the following listed under PSZENICZNY
Pszeniczny Stanisław, Son of Wojciech, Born 1910, Arrested by the NKVD on the 17th September 1939 at Skierczyniec and joined the Anders Army at Tatiszczewo on the 3rd September 1941. These records show that he was either a pre war Regular or a Reservist.
That is all that I could find for you Chris,
I sincerely hope that it is of some use and help to you.
p,s, My bill is in the post