In Memory of


Nathan Davies

Book of Memories of Nathan Davies

Nathan touched the lives of everyone that met him and he will be sorely missed. This book has been set up for all to record their memories and stories of a wonderful gentleman.

These will be shared with his beloved wife Kathy, and children Freddy, Lara and Mollie so they can read the stories from his life. 


Thursday 1st June – 12:30

St. Andrew’s Church

Royal Parade, Plymouth, PL1 2AD

Followed by…


The Treasury 

Catherine St, Plymouth, PL1 2AD

Book Owner: Jordan Baker
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Kev Hughes

My thoughts are with your family today, Nath was one of the good guys, good memories from when I first joined battalion, even better memories from our battle field tour ! A true gentlemen and Paratrooper. Rest easy Nath ❤️ …

Paul Robson

Condolences to all the family. Nath was a top bloke and it was a pleasure to know him. We met in depot  Para back in 1991, one of my favourite memories from that time was adventure training. The platoon visited a military museum and it had an airborne display on, it was showing a bridge to far! Me and Nath decided to watch for a while, unbeknown to us the rest of the platoon had left to take part in adventure training. We had to call the camp to get a lift back, no mobiles back then! Needless to say we weren’t the flavour of the month with the platoon staff. Rest in Peace Nath gone but never forgotten. …


My condolences to all of the family. He was an absolute legend and always had time for a wet and a chat. Nath, I enjoyed working with and then for you when I became civdiv. It was an honour to know you. Will miss you mate. 🍷 …

Neil Clarke

Nath,   What a legend you are, you had a huge impact on all of us in 29 Commando, that we’re lucky enough to have either worked with you or receive training from you. You made us all want to be better at soldiering, it was amazing to see you teach your art where ever we were, I know I was a better shot because of you.  I will be forever greatful to have stood by your side, to have known you and worked with you.   We will miss you mate.   Neil Clarke …

Luke and Lucy Allison

Nath – the Barbour-wearing Para, adopted by 29 Cdo Regt RA and a true friend to us Allisons. The welcome greeting of “alright muckers” and height-ist digs were the daily, weekly, and monthly patter between us and we will miss the impromptu catch-ups on the Terrace, often leading to banter and tales of military past. We have never met anyone with so many pockets in his cargo trousers…who knows what you had in there!!  A man who wasn’t shy of putting in the running miles, but would drip for almost as long as the phys! Nath recommended and helped us make the move to Turnchapel by showing us around the Davies’ Home – remarkably though, a man that resided a stone’s throw from the sea openly disliked salt water! We have loved being your neighbour, your friend and your comrade, and will miss you every day. Rest in Peace Mucker Luke and Lucy xx …

Helena & Pete Allum

We will miss Nathan. I met him through work, but we became friends when we moved to Hooe lake. I still think he was the best asbestos remover I have ever come across. I remember telling him he was good, but I don’t think I told him he was the best, I wish I had. We’ll both miss our chats with him and his presence in the village. He was such a lovely person and far too young to have gone. Our thoughts are with you. xx   …

Gregory Hamer

Many Condolences to Kathy and the family. First time I met you, was you walking across the Regt Sq on Monday morning, still your rig (buttons all gone, ripped off, beret wonky donkey and looking more like homeless guy). This was from remembrance parade the day before, after spending the night in the clipper. The problem was that we were trying to square you away and get you to your room, unfortunately the RSM Jock Barclay collared you… a little bit later once sober you had a sit down chat without coffee, and a few extra duties. Loved the time we spent in the training wing, ducking and diving…and having a few beers when on the road. The time you found out Kathy was pregnant so we stopped off in Preston on route back from the ranges and caught up with my brother for a few wets (ouch). I Liked working with you, even if the chaotic behaviour of throwing the kit all over the floor and saying at least it’s all there. I will miss you so much muckers, you were my boss and a friend,  I will raise a glass for you, until me meet at the FRV.. …

Peter Jamieson

One of the first blokes I met when I joined 3 PARA in 1995, when Nathan and Taff Davies pretended to be the OC and CSM of B Company. They certainly had us fooled. Will remember our time in B Company and A Company fondly, you were always there for a chat and a smile on your face.  May you rest in peace, thoughts are with your family. God bless Nath. …


What a man, I remember the chuckle in the background ( B Coy) and Nathan jumping in with some banter to fuel the fun. What a soldier and what a mam. My deepest sympathy to you and your family 🙏 and I am happy to say I knew this airborne warrior and freind. Godspeed🆎🟩 …