Birth: 5 November 1924
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Kensington, Middlesex
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 5 March 1945
Place or Registered Place of Death: Killed in Action - Reichswald, Germany
Place of Burial: Mook War Cemetery, Netherlands
Father: Bernard Charles Tolver Paget
Mother: Winifred Nora Paget
The Times, March 23, 1945
Lieutenant A. F. M. Paget Awarded the D.S.O.
Younger Son of General Sir Bernard Paget
Lieutenant A. F. M. Paget, D.S.O., The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamnshire Light Infantry (43rd), whose death from wounds in western Europe was announced in The Times on March 10, was the younger son of General Sir Bernard Paget, Commander-in-Chief, Middle East, and Lady Paget. of Frimley Hall, Camberley. He was educated at Radley and was 20 years old. The Distinguished Service Order was awarded to him for conspicuous gallantry in the action in which he was mortally wounded.
Lieut. Anthony Francis Macleod Newdigate Paget, D.S.O.