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Alphabetical ‘M – Q’

Alphabetical Roll of Honour M - Q

These pages are dedicated to, and list, the men who had served in [or attached to] any unit which carried the titles of either the “Oxfordshire Yeomanry” or “Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars”, and gave their lives in the search for peace in the World. The list is separated into Boer War, World War 1, and World War 2.

Boer War

Measure, Tpr Charles – Regtl No 36006
Died on 14/11/1901, age 23[est] – Died of enteric disease at Zeerust, N-West Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Pall Mall, London into the Imperial Yeomanry on 6/3/1901
Born – c.1878 at Hackney, London
NoK/Parents – Henry Measure (father) and Sarah Measure (mother)

Meggison, Tpr William Harkess – Regtl No 36245
Died on 21/10/1901, age 20[est] – Killed in action at Rondavelkraal, Nr Swartruggens, North West, S Africa
Buried at Swartruggens Cemetery, Swartruggens, Bojanala Platinum District Municipality, North-West, S Africa
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Pall Mall, London into the Imperial Yeomanry on 9/3/1901
Born – c.1881 at Middlesbrough, North Yorks
NoK/Parents – John William Meggison (father) and Margaret Mary Meggison (mother)

Naylor, Tpr William Henry – Regtl No 28599
Died on 1/1/1902, age 25[est] – Died of enteric disease at Mafeteng, Lesotho, Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Pall Mall, London into the Imperial Yeomanry on 11/2/1901
Born – c.1877 at Leeds, Yorks
NoK/Parents – WH Naylor (father)

Offley, Tpr Harry – Regtl No 8002
Died on 18/5/1900, age 28[est] – Died of enteric disease at Boshof, Orange Free State Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 8/1/1900
Born – c.1872 at Bilston, Wolverhampton, Staffs
NoK/Parents – Daniel Offley (father or sibling ?)

Packford, Tpr Harry – Regtl No 31292
Died on 28/1/1902, age 19[est] – Died of enteric disease at No 41 Stationary Hospital, Ficksburg, Free State Province, S Africa
Buried at Ficksburg Old Cemetery, Ficksburg, Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality, Free State, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 4/5/1901
Born – c.1883 at Oxford
NoK/Parents – Benoni Packford (father) and Mary Nora Packford (mother)

Pethers, Tpr Edward Frederick – Regtl No 35967
Died on 21/10/1901, age 20 – Killed in action at Kroonstad, Free State Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Pall Mall, London into the Imperial Yeomanry on 5/3/1901
Born – 31/1/1881 at Chiswick, Middlesex, England
NoK/Parents – Edward Frederick Pethers (father) and Elizabeth Pethers (mother)

Pickett, Sjt Thomas Henry – Regtl No 8010
Died on 18/2/1901, age 28 – Killed in action at Hartebeestfontein, N-West Province, S Africa
Buried at Klerksdorp Cemetery, Klerksdorp, Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality, North-West, S Africa
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at ? into the Imperial Yeomanry on [no Attestation Record found]
Born – c.1873 at Southleigh, Oxon
NoK/Parents – James Pickett (father) and Jane Pickett (mother)

Pizzala, Sjt Albert Walter – Regtl No 36110
Died on 16/9/1901, age 19 – Killed in action at Zoutlief, Northern Cape Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Pall Mall, London into the Imperial Yeomanry on 6/3/1901
Born – 24/3/1882 at Lambeth, London
NoK/Parents – Charles Frederick Pizzala (father) and Honor Pizzala (mother)

Plim, Tpr Charles Reginald Barton – Regtl No 8112
Died on 28/4/1902, age 20 – Killed in action at Steinkopf, Northern Cape Province, S Africa
Buried at Steinkopf, Namakwa District Municipality, Northern Cape, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 1/10/1901
Born – 14/9/1881 at Thame, Oxon
NoK/Parents – Charles Joseph Plim (father) and Matilda Plim (mother)

World War One

Maasz, Pte Clarence Wilfred Cyril – Regtl No 285700
Died on 1/4/1918, age 25 – Killed in action at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Macey, Pte Frederick William John, MM – Regtl No 285934
Died on 1/7/1917, age 18 – Killed in action at Templeux Quarries, Somme, France
Buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France

Maccabee, Pte Edwin James – Regtl No 3266(QOOH) / 203317(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 31/7/1917, age 35 – Killed in action at Ypres, Belgium
Buried at New Irish Farm Cemetery, Ypres, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium (originally buried at Irish Farm Cemetery, St. Jean, Ypres)

Markham, Pte Joseph – Regtl No 2951(QOOH) / 285835(QOOH)
Died on 30/3/1917, age 18 – Died of wounds [received at Arras] at Etrun, Pas de Calais, France
Buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France

May, Pte Austin William, MM – Regtl No 3326(QOOH) / 203383(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 16/8/1917, age 25 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

McIntosh, L/Cpl William Alexander Hugh, MM – Regtl No 285482
Died on 30/9/1918, age 49 – Killed in action at Ribécourt, Cambrai, France [Battle of Canal du Nord, France]
Buried at Masnieres British Cemetery, Marcoing, Nord, France

Miles, Pte Albert Percy – Regtl No 288946
Died on 1/4/1918, age 30 – Killed in action at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Milligan, Pte Alexander George – Regtl No 285803
Died on 27/5/1917, age 20 – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Unicorn Cemetery, Vendhuile, Aisne, France

Malloy, Capt Brian Charles Baskerville
Died on 1/11/1914, age 38 – Killed in action near Messines, Belgium
Commemorated at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Morbey, Pte Percy William – Regtl No 2565(QOOH / 101021(21st Sqn MGC [Cavalry])
Died on 1/1/1918, age 25 – Killed in action at Damascus, Syria
Buried at Haifa War Cemetery, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza)

Morris, Pte Harold George – Regtl No 2971(QOOH) / 203318(1st/1st Bucks Bn OBLI)
Died on 16/8/1917, age 24 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Mortimer, Pte William James – Regtl No 285381
Died on 1/4/1918, age 24 – Killed in action at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Murray, Pte Donald Andrew – Regtl No 3404(QOOH) / 203321(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 17/8/1917, age 31 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Newell, Pte Thomas Charles Edwin – Regtl No 285295
Died on 10/8/1918, age 34 – Died of wounds [received near Vrely, Somme] at Dury, Somme, France
Buried at Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery, Somme, France

Nixey, Pte Reginald Frank – Regtl No 1995
Died on 21/1/1915, age 22 – Died of meningitis at Roquetoire, Pas-de-Calais, France
Buried at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

Norgrove, Pte Stanley John – Regtl No 3178(QOOH) / 203625(2nd/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 16/8/1917, age 19 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

North, Sjt Lionel – Regtl No 285180
Died on 24/11/1918, age 22 – Died of pneumonia at Etaples, France
Buried at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France

North, Pte Walter Robert – Regtl No 1607
Died on 26/5/1915, age 27 – Died of wounds [received at Potijze, Ypres, Belgium] at Northampton, England
Buried at Oxford (Botley) Cemetery, Oxfordshire, UK

Oakley, Pte Leonard – Regtl no 3130(QOOH) / 235084(5th Bn OBLI)
Died on 27/9/1917, age 28 – Killed in action at Neuve Eglise, Hainaut, Walloon, Belgium
Buried at Westhof Farm Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Oates, Pte George Bolton – Regtl No 3325(QOOH) / 203390(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 13/8/1917, age 23 – Died of wounds at Vlamertinghe, Ypres, Belgium
Buried at Brandhoek New Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

O’Beirne, 2/Lt Arthur James Lewis
Died on 28/7/1917, age 29 – Died of wounds [received on 27/7/1917] whilst attd to 57 Sqn, RFC, in aerial combat over Houlthulst Forrest, Belgium
Buried at Coxyde Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Old, Pte Alfred Edwin – Regtl No 285763
Died on 5/7/1917, age 21 – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France

Padbury, Pte Ernest – Regtl No 3421(QOOH) / 32833(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 9/10/1916, age 30 – Killed in action at Battle of Somme, France
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Paice, Pte Reginald James – Regtl No 2078
Died on 28/4/1915, age 26 – Died of wounds [received at Potijze, Ypres] at Bailleul, Nord, France
Buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, Nord, France

Pargeter, Pte Percy – Regtl No 3110(QOOH) / 32846(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 7/10/1916, age 20 – Killed in action at Battle of Somme, France
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Parker, Pte Harry Neville – Regtl No 285524
Died on 1/4/1918, age 21 – Killed in action at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Parkinson, Pte Robert Lund – Regtl No 35823
Died on 10/2/1919, age 32 – Died of illness at Ormskirk, Lancashire [on return from Belgium]
Buried at Tarleton (St. Mary) Churchyard, Tarleton, Preston, Lancashire, UK

Partridge, Pte Charles James – Regtl No 285478
Died on 1/4/1918, age 24 – Killed in action at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Payne, Pte Raymond – Regtl No 285479
Died on 21/3/1918, age 21 – Killed in action at Battle of St Quentin, Aisne, France
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Perks, Pte Fred – Regtl no 2727(QOOH) / 105434(113th Coy MGC [Cavalry])
Died on 26/9/1917, age 21 – Killed in action in the vicinity of Erquinghem-Lys, Lille, Nord, France
Buried at Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension, Nord, France

Phillips, Pte Edward Morley – Regtl No 285399
Died on 23/3/1919, age 26 – Died of pneumonia at Theux, Belgium
Buried at Theux Communal Cemetery, Liege, Belgium

Pidwell, Pte Percy Sydney – Regtl No 2245(QOOH) / 203323(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 31/7/1917, age 22 – Killed in action at Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Pitt, Pte Henry Albert – Regtl No 3670(QOOH) / 30771(2nd/1st Bucks Bn OBLI)
Died on 23/4/1918, age 19 – Killed in action in Robecq area (Battle of the Lys), Pas-de-Calais, France
Buried at St. Venant-Robecq Road British Cemetery, Robecq, Pas de Calais, France

Podbery, Pte Albert James, MM – Regtl No 285462
Died on 5/7/1917, age 20 – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France

Porter, Pte Walter – Regtl No 37354(QOOH) / 31317(OBLI) / 57392(3rd Worcs)
Died on 31/8/1918, age 23 – Died in captivity [of causes unknown] at Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Buried at Cologne Southern Cemetery, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany [originally buried at Trier Town Cemetery]

Powell, Pte Fred – Regtl No 2251(QOOH) / 51491(MGC) / 302281(7th Tank Corps)
Died on 30/8/1918, age 31 – Killed in action at Arras (Battle of Scarpe), France
Commemorated at Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Haucourt, Pas de Calais, France

Pratt, Pte Maurice John – Regtl No 2246(QOOH) / 32839(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 7/10/1916, age 19 – Killed in action at Le Transloy, Somme, France
Buried at Serre Road Cemetery No 2, Somme, France

Price, Sjt Ernest Harold – Regtl No 2193[2047](QOOH) / 285280(QOOH)
Died on 10/4/1917, age 23 – Killed in action at Arras, Pas-de-Calais, France
Buried at Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines, Pas de Calais, France

Quinion, Pte Richard Cecil – Regtl No 1897
Died on 17/5/1915, age 22 – Killed in action at Potijze, Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

World War Two

Maggs, Gnr Edward Isaac – Army No 14305617   [enlisted into the General Service Corps]
Died on 7/4/1945, age 21 – Died in the Netherlands
Commemorated at Groesbeek Memorial, Gelderland, the Netherlands

Maloney, Sgt Joseph – Army No 830440
Died on 1/3/1945, age 29 – Died in captivity from fracture of spinal column at Fukuoka #4 Camp, Moji, Japan
Ashes buried at Yokohama Cremation Memorial, Japan

Mann, Sgt Donald Hubert – Army No 1457210
Died on 5/9/1942, age 26 – Died in captivity of dysentery and malnutrition at Ban Pong, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Manning, Dvr Leonard Bertram – Army No T/275227   [RASC att]
Died on 14/2/1942, age 20 – Died of wounds at Tanglin Hospital, Singapore
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Marshall, Gnr Ernest – Army No 1463133
Died on 15/12/1942, age 22 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Tonchan, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand [originally buried at Tonchan Main cemetery]

Mason, Gnr John Thomas – Army No 1087830
Died on 30/7/1944, age 34 – Died in captivity of pellagra and encephalitis at Nakon Paton, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Mather, Lt Michael Hugh Lushington, MC – Army No 184833
Died on 14/4/1945, age 25 – Killed in action near Uelzen, Germany
Initial burial at Veerssen, Germany, then reburied at Hanover War Cemetery, Seelze, Lower Saxony, Germany on 12/6/47

May, 2/Lt Harold Thomas Jones – Army No 198128
Died on 10/4/1945, age 30 – Died in captivity of cerebral malaria at Kanchanaburi, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

McCallum, Gnr Gilbert – Army No 1444272
Died on 21/9/1944, age 26 – Died in captivity onboard the Hofuku Maru when bombed by US carrier aircraft, north of the island of Corregidor, Philippines, bound for Takao, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

McGhee, Gnr John Hutton – Army No 1105487
Died on 18/4/1941, age 26 – Died in UK
Buried at Renfrew (Arkleston) Cemetery, Glasgow, Renfrewshire, UK

McGrevy, Bdr Lawrence (Wallace) – Army No 1087828
Died on 7/8/1943, age 33 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tha Makhan, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

McIntyre, Bdr Alexander – Army No 2983449   [enlisted into the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders]
Died on 30/3/1945, age 34 – Killed in action near Greven, Munster, Germany
Initial burial at Standort-Lazarett Hospital Cemetery, Munster, then re-buried at Munster Heath War Cemetery, Telgte, Kreis Warendorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany on 9/6/47

McKie, Lt Harry – Army No 269867
Died on 24/3/1945[age not known] – Killed in action at west-bank of the Rhine nr Duisburg, Germany
Initial burial at Wardt, Wesel, Nth Rhine, then re-buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany on 23/10/1946

McMillan, L/Bdr Matthew – Army No 812770
Died on 21/9/1944, age 33 – Died in captivity onboard the Hofuku Maru when bombed by US carrier aircraft, north of the island of Corregidor, Philippines, bound for Takao, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Mercer, Dvr John Bernadine – Army No T/154453   [RASC att]
Died on 13/2/1942, age 41 – Missing, last seen in Beach Rd, Singapore
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Metcalfe, Gnr Norman – Army No 886109
Died on 11/9/1943, age 24 – Died in captivity of pneumonia and malnutrition at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Miles, Bdr Samuel George – Army No 3783278   [enlisted into The King’s Regiment]
Died on 31/7/1943, age 32 – Died at Hemel Hempstead, UK
Buried at Stalybridge (St. Paul) Churchyard, Cheshire, UK

Minett, Gnr Henry Edmund – Army No 955970
Died on 12/9/1944, age 24 – Died in captivity onboard the Rakuyo Maru in the S China Sea, torpedoed by US submarine USS Sealion II, off the island of East Hainan, bound for Yokohama, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Miskelly, Gnr Robert – Army No 843143
Died on 13/5/1943, age 29 – Died in captivity of acute enteritis at a Thailand camp
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Moon, Pte William Edward – Army No 7655747   [LAD att]   [enlisted into the Royal Army Ordnance Corps]
Died on 24/5/1943, age 32 – Died in captivity of beri-beri and dysentery at Tarsao, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tarsao #1 cemetery)

Moore, WO1 Richard Harold – Army No 1054683
Died on 11/5/1940, age 36 – Died of a road accident at Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England
Buried at North Sheen Cemetery, Surrey, UK

Muirhead, Lt-Col Anthony John, MC & Bar, MP, TD – Army No 33938
Died on 29/10/1939, age 48 – Died at Great Haseley, Oxon, England
Buried at Great Haseley (St. Peter) Churchyard, Oxfordshire, UK

Natt, Sgt William – Army No 1557833
Died on 12/9/1944, age 29 – Died in captivity onboard the Rakuyo Maru in the S China Sea, torpedoed by US submarine USS Sealion II, off the island of East Hainan, bound for Yokohama, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Newton, Gnr Richard – Army No 1116241
Died on 2/4/1945, age 23 – Died in captivity of beri-beri at Shirakawa #4 Camp, Taiwan
Buried at Sai Wan War Cemetery, Hong Kong

Nolan, Sgt John – Army No 4191376   [enlisted into the Royal Welch Fusiliers]
Died on 12/9/1944, age 28 – Died in captivity , onboard the Rakuyo Maru in the S China Sea, torpedoed by US submarine USS Sealion II, off the island of East Hainan, bound for Yokohama, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

North, Gnr Soren Swift – Army No 1062341
Died on 21/6/1943, age 41 – Died in captivity of beri-beri and cholera at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Nuttall, Gnr George James – Army No 1117206
Died on 23/8/1943, age 34 – Died in captivity of beri-beri at Taichu #2 Camp, Taiwan
Buried at Sai Wan War Cemetery, Hong Kong

Osbourne, Gnr Ernest O – Army No 1117942
Died on 29/6/1943, age 33 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tonchan South, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan South cemetery)

Painting, L/Sgt John Arthur – Army No 1463030
Died on 17/11/1944, age 29 – Killed in action at Boxmeer, the Netherlands
Buried at Overloon War Cemetery, Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands

Palmer, Gnr Ernest Arthur – Army No 1094824
Died on 29/8/1943, age 37 – Died in captivity of cholera and malaria at Tha Khanun, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Parker, Gnr Kenneth – Army No 798573
Died on 30/11/1942, age 31 – Died in captivity of beri-beri at Tonchan Main Camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan Main cemetery)

Parker, Sgt Richard James – Army No 6140352   [enlisted into the East Surrey Regiment]
Died on 18/6/1943, age 27 – Died in captivity of acute enteritis and dysentery at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Parker, L/Sgt Richard – Army No 1493893
Died on 17/11/1942, age 24 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Tonchan Main Camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan Main cemetery)

Perry, L/Cpl Philip Henry – Army No 7618225   [LAD att]   [enlisted into the Royal Army Ordnance Corps]
Died on 25/5/1943, age 34 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Nikki Camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Pitches, Gnr Walter James – Army No 1558378
Died on 15/2/1942, age 21 – Missing in action, last seen in Halifax Road, Singapore
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Platt, L/Sgt John – Army No 1075286
Died on 22/7/1943, age 30 – Died in captivity of avitaminosis and dysentery at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Chungkai North cemetery)

Porteous, Gnr Thomas Goodfellow – Army No 2983769   [enlisted into the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders]
Died on 25/4/1945, age 25 – Died in UK
Buried at Paisley (Woodside) Cemetery, Glasgow, Renfrewshire, UK

Price, Sgt David Richard – Army No 4190083   [enlisted into the Royal Welch Fusiliers]
Died on 12/9/1944, age 35 – Died in captivity onboard the Rakuyo Maru in the S China Sea, torpedoed by US submarine USS Sealion II, off the island of East Hainan, bound for Yokohama, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Prior, Gnr Albert Reginald – Army No 1120840
Died on 13/9/1943, age 23 – Died in captivity of pneumonia and avitaminosis at Tarsao, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tarsao #2 cemetery)

Quainton, L/Bdr Reginald Frederick – Army No 1462989
Died on 17/11/1944, age 27 – Killed in action at Boxmeer, the Netherlands
Buried at Overloon War Cemetery, Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands

Quigley, L/Bdr George – Army No 1607389
Died on 29/6/1943, age 31 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tonchan South Camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan South cemetery)

If you are searching for others, try the the relevant pages – A – C;  D – G;  H – L;  M – Q;  R – S; or  T – Y, remembering they will be found under these separate pages using the initial of their last-name.

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