Dave, if I told you I had had this ancestors details since 1971
& had not been able to find his connection, I think you would be as excited as I am
He first surfaced in 1955 when I personally remember my grandfather saying he had seen an interview on the TV with a William Bravery a Chelsea Pensioner. Bravery was my grandfathers surname. This incident was recalled in my grandfathers diaries (I have copies) he obviously went to meet him & recalls that, 'cousin Bill' had lost his wife, 'cousin Nellie' & daughter in a rocket attack during WWII.
I had found Nellie's death recorded in CWGC but could not find a marriage for them. I got William's details from the Royal Hospital back in 1971 & found he had been in the Royal Scots Fusiliers. Yesterday I went through the GRO indeces looking for the marriage without success so my thoughts turned to Scotland & I came on the Scottish page of Rootschat which is where I found your posting
I had done a free search on SP & found 3 births & 3 marriages in the name of Bravery but didn't want to fork-out the 6 pounds as it was such a long shot & I would be left with unused credits....bingo, along came Dave
I found the birth of the daughter & their marriage two years after the birth & what's more, Nellie was William's first cousin! This might have been the reason why they went to Scotland ( a disapproving family)
Sorry for the long post but I'm so elated that I had to share my success which involved some very sneaky detective work on CWGC