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Alphabetical ‘T – Y’

Alphabetical Roll of Honour T - Y

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

Taylor, Tpr Alfred – Regtl No 28884
Died on 31/1/1902, age 36 – Died of enteric disease at Bloemfontein, Free State Province, S Africa
Buried at President Brand Cemetery, Bloemfontein, Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, Free State, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Reading, Berks into the Imperial Yeomanry on 22/2/1901
Born – c.1867 at Liverpool, Lancs
NoK/Parents – Mary Taylor (sister)

Toller, Tpr Charles Richard Alfred – Regtl No 8141
Died on 30/6/1900, age 22 – Died of wounds at Lindley, Free State Province, S Africa (wounded at Heilbron 7/6/1900)
Buried at Heilbron Cemetery, Heilbron, Fezile Dabi District Municipality, Free State, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 5/2/1900
Born – c.1878 at Oakamoor, Cheadle, Stafford
NoK/Parents – Charles Bolton Toller (father) and Alice S Toller (mother)

Turner, Tpr George – Regtl No 24096
Died on 19/1/1902, age 20 – Died of enteric disease at Ladybrand, Free State Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 6/2/1901
Born – 26/2/1882 at Banbury, Oxon
NoK/Parents – Thomas Turner (father) and Sarah Ann Turner (mother)

Turner, Lt George Henry – [Regtl No 8136 as a L/Sjt before his commission]
Died on 16/4/1902, age 30[est] – Died of enteric disease at No 3 General Hospital, Kroonstad, Free State Province, S Africa
Buried at Kroonstad Old Cemetery, Kroonstad, Fezile Dabi District Municipality, Free State, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry as a L/Sjt.  Commissioned Lt in the 35th Coy, Army Service Corps
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 6/1/1900
Born – c.1872 at Caversham, Reading, Berks
NoK/Parents – Joseph Turner (father)

Twiss, Tpr Frank Graham – Regtl No 8143
Died on 30/5/1900, age 20[est] – Died of enteric disease at the military hospital, Hoopstad, Free State Province, S Africa
Buried at Hoopstad Cemetery, Hoopstad, Lejweleputswa District Municipality, Free State, S Africa.  There is a Boer War Memorial, on which he is mentioned, at Frankfort Main Cemetery, Frankfort, Fezile Dabi District Municipality, Free State, S Africa
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 7/2/1900
Born – c.1880 at Long Ditton, Middlesex
NoK/Parents – Arthur Edward Twiss (father) and Agnes Forbes Twiss (mother)

Warr, Tpr William Sandiland – Regtl No 21081
Died on 23/1/1902, age 21[est] – Died of enteric disease at Lichtenburg, N-West Province, S Africa
Buried at Lichtenburg Municipal Cemetery, Lichtenburg, Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, North-West, S Africa
Served in 40th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 10th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 23/1/1901
Born – c.1881 at Cowley Farm, Preston Bissett, Bucks
NoK/Parents – Richard Warr (father) and Elizabeth Ann Sandiland (mother) and Marjorie Warr (sister)

Waud, Tpr Albert William – Regtl No 35736
Died on 3/8/1901, age 24 – Died of enteric disease at No 16 Stationary Hospital, Mafeking, North West Province, S Africa
Buried at Mafeking Cemetery, Mafeking, Ngaka Modiri Molema 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 5/3/1901
Born – c.1877 at Camberwell
NoK/Parents – Edwin Waud (father) and Annie Waud (mother) and Jane Charlotte Grace/Waud (wife)

Welchman, Tpr Edward – Regtl No 8147
Died on 15/6/1900, age 22 – Died of enteric disease at Kroonstad, Free State Province, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in 59th (Oxfordshire) Coy, 15th Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at Oxford into the Imperial Yeomanry on 6/1/1900
Born – April 1878 at Ufton, Leamington, Warwickshire
NoK/Parents – Edward William Welchman (father) and Ellen Welchman (mother)

White, Tpr Harry – Regtl No 10793
Died on 16/2/1901, age 22[est] – Killed in action at Hartebeestfontein, N-West 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 9/3/1900
Born – c.1879 at St Clements, Oxford
NoK/Parents – Hanna Hunt (mother)

Wilkie, Tpr David Edward – Regtl No 35991
Died on 16/1/1902, age 21[est] – Died of enteric disease at Johannesburg, Gauteng 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.1881 at Knightsbridge, London, Middlesex
NoK/Parents – Helen Wilkie (mother)

Willis, 2/Lt Tom [Regtl No 23357 as Tpr]
Died on 26/2/1902, age 23[est] – Killed in action near Wolmaransstad, Transvaal, S Africa
Not known where buried/commemorated
Served in ? (Oxfordshire) Coy, ? Bn Imperial Yeomanry
Attested at ? into the Imperial Yeomanry on   [Attestation Record not found]
Born – c.1879 at St James, Poole, Dorset
NoK/Parents – Emma Willis (spouse)
The last officer of the Imperial Yeomanry to be killed in action during the campaign

World War One

Thomas, Pte Frederick John – Regtl No 2444(QOOH) / 51501(4th Sqn MGC [Cavalry])
Died on 26/3/1918 [age not known] – Killed in action at the Somme
Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

Thomas, Pte Frederick John – Regtl No 285949
Died on 21/5/1918, age 23 – Died of wounds (received on 23/3/1918 at the Battle of St Quentin, France) at Wharncliffe War Hospital, Wadsley, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
Buried at Wadsley Churchyard, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Thompson, Pte Charles Henry – Regtl No 285319
Died on 1/7/1917, age 23 – Killed in action at Templeux Quarries, Somme, France
Buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France

Timms, Pte Walter Collett – Regtl No 288935
Died on 10/8/1918, age 28 – Killed in action at Battle of Amiens, Somme, France
Buried at Warvillers Churchyard Extension, Somme, France

Tompkins, Pte Ernest Earp – Regtl No 80704   [Essex Yeo att]
Died on 10/8/1918, age 20 – Killed in action at Battle of Amiens, Somme, France
Buried at Warvillers Churchyard Extension, Somme, France

Tompkins, Cpl Gerald Joseph, MM – Regtl No 285391
Died on 19/11/1918, age 28 – Died of pneumonia/flu at Solesmes, Cambrai, Nord, France
Buried at Solesmes British Cemetery, Nord, France

Tomkins, Pte John Thomas – Regtl No 2440
Died on 18/3/1915, age 20 – Died of pneumonia at 3rd Southern General Hospital, Oxford, England
Buried at Oxford (Botley) Cemetery, Oxfordshire, UK

Trinder, Pte Edwin Akers – Regtl No 3317(QOOH) / 203347(2nd/1st Bucks Bn OBLI)
Died on 22/8/1917, age 19 – Killed in action at Wieltje, Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Tustin, Pte George – Regtl No 29821
Died on 28/10/1917, age 24 – Died of wounds at Dozinghem, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium (of causes unknown)
Buried at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Tutty, L/Cpl Arthur – Regtl No 2241
Died on 24/6/1916, age 23 – Died of wounds (received in the Bailleul, Nord, France area)
Buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France

Tyrell, Pte Charles – Regtl No 3411(QOOH) / 203413(2nd/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 21/5/1918, age 33 – 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

Tyrell, Pte Richard – Regtl No 3134(QOOH) / 32889(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 9/10/1916, age 41 – Died of wounds (received at Le Transloy, Somme) at Meaulte, Somme, France
Buried at Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, Somme, France

Vernon, 2/Lt William Henry Lovell
Died on 7/10/1916, age 32 – Killed in action on the Somme, France (attd to Oxf & Bucks LI)
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Vince, Pte George Henry – Regtl No 288829
Died on 24/5/1918, age 19 – Died of pneumonia at Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Buried at Tanworth-In-Arden (St. Mary Magdalene) Churchyard Extension, Warwickshire, UK

Viney, Pte Henry Herbert George – Regtl No 286406(QOOH) / 30761(2nd/1st Bucks Bn OBLI)
Died on 13/2/1918, age 20 – Died of wounds (received at Nesle, Aisne) at Foreste, Aisne, France
Buried at Foreste Communal Cemetery, Aisne, France

Walklett, L/Cpl Ronald Anthony – Regtl No 2702(QOOH) / 33049(2nd Bn OBLI)
Died on 13/11/1916, age 19 – Killed in action at Beaumont Hamel, Somme, France
Buried at Redan Ridge Cemetery No 3, Beaumont-Hamel, Somme, France

Wallen, Pte William Henry Guy – Regtl No 3010(QOOH) / 203417(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 28/2/1917, age 20 – Died of wounds (received at Cappy, Somme) at Bray-sur-Somme, Somme, France
Buried at Bray Military Cemetery, Bray-sur-Somme, Somme, France

Wassell, Cpl George – Regtl No 1489
Died on 14/1/1916, age 28 – Died at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, (of causes unknown)
Buried at Banbury Cemetery, Oxfordshire, UK

Watson, Pte William Jack Arnold – Regtl No 285894
Died on 21/6/1917 [age not known] – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Webb, Pte Frederick – Regtl No 2596(QOOH) / 235106(5th Bn OBLI)
Died on 22/10/1917, age 22 – Killed in action at Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Webb, Pte George – Regtl No 3066(QOOH) / 32894(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 20/2/1917, age 21 – Killed in action at Gillemont, Somme, France
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Webb, Cpl Robert Norman – Regtl No 285551
Died on 2/4/1918, age 23 – Died of wounds at Rifle Wood, near Amiens, Somme, France
Buried at Namps-Au-Val British Cemetery, Somme, France

Whinney, 2/Lt John Arthur Perrot
Died on 22/6/1917, age 20 – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Unicorn Cemetery, Vendhuile, Aisne, France

White, Pte Charles – Regtl No 285483
Died on 20/5/1917, age 24 – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France

Williams, Pte Christopher Arthur – Regtl No 6259
Died on 23/5/1917 [age not known] – Killed in action at Gillemont Farm, Somme, France
Buried at Unicorn Cemetery, Vendhuile, Aisne, France

Wilson, Pte Frederick John – Regtl No 2375
Died on 16/7/1915, age 18 – Died of diabetes at Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Buried at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France

Wood, Pte Henry – Regtl No 1502
Died on 21/4/1915, age 23 – Died of disease at Oxford, England
Buried at Abingdon Cemetery, Berkshire, UK

Woodbridge, Pte Reginald Charles – Regtl No 3086(QOOH) / 32900(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 23/9/1917, age 26 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Woodcock, Tpr Albert – Regtl No 2016
Died on 30/3/1915, age 25 – Died of pneumonia at Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France
Buried at Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France

Woodhouse, Pte Sydney Alfred – Regtl No 5537(QOOH) / 32868(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 9/10/16 [age not known] – Killed in action at Le Transloy, Somme, France
Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

Woodley, Pte Frederick – Regtl No 285716
Died on 29/10/1917, age 20 – Died of wounds at Dozinghem, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium (of causes unknown)
Buried at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Woodruff, Pte Walter Allison – Regtl No 3067(QOOH) / 33321(1st/4th Bn OBLI)
Died on 16/8/1917, age 31 – Killed in action at Langemarck, 3rd Battle of Ypres, Belgium
Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Woodward, Pte George William – Regtl No 3125(QOOH) / 33028(6th Bn OBLI)
Died on 26/2/1917, age 24 – Died of wounds (received at Cappy, Somme) at Meaulte, Somme, France
Buried at Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, Somme, France

Woodward, Pte Leslie William – Regtl No 288813(QOOH) / 33028(2nd Bn OBLI)
Died on 23/8/1918, age 19 – Killed in action at Arras (Battle of Albert), Pas de Calais, France
Commemorated at Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

Woolley, Pte William Henry – Regtl No 3218(QOOH) / 203422(2nd Bn OBLI)
Died on 11/9/1918, age 19 – Killed in action at Havrincourt, Nord, France
Commemorated at Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

Yates, Pte Joseph – Regtl No 3097(QOOH) / 204090(2nd Bn Wiltshire Regt)
Died on 9/8/1918, age 26 – Killed in action nr Hinges, France
Buried at Le Vertannoy British Cemetery, Hinges, Pas de Calais, France

Youens, Pte William George – Regtl No 286038
Died on 27/10/1918, age 27 – Died of pneumonia at Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Buried at High Wycombe Cemetery, Buckinghamshire, UK

Young, Pte Herbert James – Regtl No 2587
Died on 14/2/1921, age 40 – Died of phthisis asthenia at Wallingford, Oxon
Buried at Watlington (St. Leonard) Churchyard, Oxfordshire, UK

World War Two

Taylor, Sgt Joseph Edgar – Army No 857809
Died on 22/6/1943, age 22 – Died in captivity at Tha Khanun camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Taylor, L/Bdr Ronald – Army No 4614662   [enlisted into The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment]
Died on 4/7/1943, age 32 – Died in captivity of acute enteritis at Kinsaiyok, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Kinsaiyok cemetery)

Taylor, Gnr Sydney William – Army No 1607366
Died on 15/2/1942, age 28 – Killed in action in air raid at Fort Canning, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore

Thompson, Bdr Frank – Army No 1465160
Died on 17/3/1945, age 24 – Died in captivity of acute enteritis and beri-beri at Fukuoka #17B camp, Omuta, Japan [a survivor of the sinking of the Hofuku Maru]
Buried at Yokohama War Cemetery, Japan

Thompson, Gnr William George – Army No 1075220
Died on 19/10/1943, age 28 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Thomson, Gnr Richard – Army No 2568959   [enlisted into the Royal Corps of Signals]
Died on 10/12/1944, age 28 – Died in captivity at Kinkaseki Camp #1, Taiwan
Buried at Sai Wan War Cemetery, Hong Kong

Tiller, L/Bdr George Frederick – Army No 1491507
Died on 25/8/1944, age 26 – Died in captivity of amoebic dysentery at US Hospital unit, Bilibid Prison, Manilla, Philippines [had been a prisoner aboard the Hofuku Maru]
Buried at Sai Wan War Cemetery, Hong Kong, China (originally buried at US Cemetery No2, Manilla)

Titmus, Gnr George William – Army No 1074449
Died on 28/7/1943, age 30 – Died in captivity of dysentery and beri-beri at Kinsaiyok, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Kinsaiyok cemetery)

Trace, Sgt Raymond Richard – Army No 768374
Died on 15/2/1942, age 33 – Missing in action, believed killed at Singapore
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Tregarthen, Gnr Henry James – Army No 1074590
Died on 28/6/1943, age 32 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tha Khanun, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Tring, Gnr Robert Charles – Army No 1107663
Died on 7/7/1943, age 35 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tonchan South, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan South cemetery)

Trott, Dvr Albert Edward – Army No T/275274   [RASC att]   [enlisted into the Royal Army Service Corps]
Died on 19/8/1943, age 38 – Died in captivity of colitis and diarrhoea at Songkurai camp, Thailand
Buried at Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma (originally buried at Songkurai #2 Cemetery, Thailand)

Tyler, Gnr Samuel Arthur James – Army No 1086708
Died on 1/8/1943, age 32 – Died in captivity at Tha Makhan Bridge Hospital, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tha Makhan Bridge Hospital cemetery)

Upton, Gnr Phillip George – Army No 1458646
Died on 21/9/1944, age 27 – 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

Valantine, Gnr Vincent Joseph – Army No 1516803
Died on 21/9/1944, age 27 – 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

Vaughan, Sgt Edwin – Army No 1066781
Died on 21/9/1944, age 36 – 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

Wade, Gnr William Henry – Army No 1455513
Died on 21/9/1944, age 24 – 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

Wake, Gnr Herbert Winston – Army No 11408124
Died on 15/8/1945, age 36 – Died of coronary artery occlusion near Kiel, Germany
Buried at Kiel War Cemetery, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

Wakeman, Gnr Richard Henry John – Army No 851252
Died on 5/11/1943, age 30 – Died in captivity of dysentery on the Thai-Burma Railroad, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Waldron, Gnr Henry William – Army No 1075235
Died on 10/9/1945, age 25 – Died in captivity at Osaka, Japan
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Wallis, Gnr Archibald John – Army No 985928
Died on 18/11/1943, age 37 – Died in captivity of cholera at Tarsao, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tarsao #3 cemetery)

Ward, Gnr Eric – Army No 1509789
Died on 2/11/1942, age 24 – Died in captivity of diphtheria and dysentery at Changi Hospital, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore (originally buried at Changi Hospital cemetery)

Weaver, Gnr Thomas – Army No 777331
Died on 19/11/1943, age 33 – Died in captivity of beri-beri on the Thai-Burma Railroad, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Webber, Gnr Arthur Ernest – Army No 5679437   [enlisted into the Somerset Light Infantry]
Died on 1/5/1942, age 25 – Died in captivity of septicemia at Changi Hospital, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore (originally buried at Changi Hospital cemetery)

Webber, L/Bdr Charles Edward – Army No 1094807
Died on 28/11/1942, age 35 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Chungkai, Thailand
Buried at Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Wenzel, Gnr Stanley Adolf – Army No 1075251
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

Westwood, Gnr Frederick G – Army No 1110620
Died on 15/2/1942, age 31 – Killed in action when his A/T gun was surrounded at Thompson Road, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore

Wheeler, Gnr James – Army No 5382279   [enlisted into the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry]
Died on 1/11/1941, age 22 – Died in England
Buried at St. Mary’s, Haddenham Churchyard, Bucks

White, Gnr Ernest George – Army No 1074312
Died on 16/5/1943, age 32 – Died in captivity of cholera and dysentery at Tha Khanun, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

White, Gnr Walter – Army No 1094986
Died on 29/6/1942, age 37 – Died in captivity of pneumonia and dysentery at Changi Hospital, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore (originally buried at Changi Hospital cemetery)

Whyte, Gnr William Craig – Army No 1105509
Died on 21/9/1944, age 32 – 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

Wignall, Gnr Albert Edward – Army No 1516921
Died on 9/7/1942, age 23 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Changi hospital, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore (originally buried at Changi Hospital cemetery)

Williams, Gnr Harold – Army No 1558464
Died on 21/9/1944, age 32 – 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

Williams, Gnr Idris – Army No 818190
Died on 30/6/1940, age 27 – Died at Oxford, UK
Buried at Brynmawr (St. Mary) Church Burial Ground, Ebbw Vale, Wales, UK

Williams, Bdr Richard Alfred – Army No 4910842   [enlisted into the South Staffordshire Regiment]
Died on 18/12/1944, age 35 – Died in captivity of beri-beri at Amagasaki Branch Camp (Osaka 6-D), Japan
Buried at Yokohama War Cemetery, Japan

Williams, Sgt William Arthur – Army No 4191708   [enlisted into the Royal Welch Fusiliers]
Died on 9/6/1943, age 28 – Died in captivity of beri-beri and cholera at Tha Khanun, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand

Wilson, Gnr Alfred Edwin – Army No 1110080
Died on 15/2/1942, age 30 – Killed in action whilst attached to 7 MRC at Singapore [7 MRC (Military Reinforcement Camp) was 7 miles, north, out of Singapore off Upper Serangoon Road]
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Wilton, L/Sgt Alexander – Army No 1094119
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

Winser, Lt Timothy – Army No 88411
Died on 3/1/1945, age 24 – Killed in action at Bure, Namur, Belgium
Buried in Hotton War Cemetery, Belgium

Wise, Gnr Arthur Frederick – Army No 1558467
Died on 22/11/1942, age 28 – Died in captivity of dysentery at Tonchan Main camp, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Tonchan Main cemetery)

Wisker, Gnr Henry Arthur – Army No 1152701
Died on 17/11/1944, age 36 – Killed in action at Boxmeer, the Netherlands
Buried at Overloon War Cemetery, Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands

Woodruff, Gnr Ernest Edward – Army No 1463039
Died on 30/11/1944, age 27 – Died in England
Buried at Oxford Crematorium, Oxfordshire, UK

Worton, Gnr George Arthur – Army No 1115356
Died on 15/2/1942, age 20 – Killed in action when his A/T gun was surrounded at Thompson Road, Singapore
Buried at Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore

Wright, Gnr James Ebenezer Robert – Army No 1075362
Died on 7/8/1943, age 26 – Died in captivity of cholera at Kinsaiyok, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Kinsaiyok Cholera cemetery)

Wright, Dvr James Harold – Army No T/259072   [RASC att]   [enlisted into the Royal Army Service Corps]
Died on 13/2/1942, age 21 – Missing in action, last seen in Beach Rd, Singapore
Commemorated at Singapore Memorial, Singapore

Young, Gnr John William – Army No 1120373
Died on 19/7/1945, age 40 – Died in captivity of malaria at Takhli, Nakhon Sawan, Thailand
Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand (originally buried at Takhli cemetery, Thailand)

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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