Put together a page for Joseph in the ‘Roll of Honour’ under ‘Site memorial’ section. Going by his record he was 16 when he enlisted:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/a/html/aston-joseph-thomas-charles.htm
The group is usually very friendly the church article just rubbed me up the wrong way. Lets start again, good to have you on board Paul. I’ve put together a page for Cyril, there are a few small gaps but understandable after 70+ years, Cyril’s page is in the Roll of Honour in the ‘Site memorial’ section:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/a/html/ashmead-cyril-giles.htm
Added Allan Randall to Roll of Honour including photo sent by Margaret Randall with other documents.:-
Page added for Jean Burgman’s father. Leonard Robinson left Shamshuipo Camp in Hong Kong, he was transported on the Tatusta Maru to Osaka 21-B (became 6B) (Chikko Camp).
Tony Banham sent me some more information which is now added to Leonard’s page, thanks Tony
I believe this is correct now Jean Burgum it is a bit different from your original but I believe it is now correct:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/r/html/robinson-leonard.htm
Page now on within the Roll of Honour under ‘Site Memorial’ section:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/h/html/hill-henry-herbert.htm
Brian Green supplied me with a list of the British Army personnel in Java within two pdfs, these are A-J and L-Z. The A-J section has taken the last six months to add it to the Java Index, but the A-J are are now on live. Will now start on the L-Zs ASAP. There are many more files to add but the Java Index now contains over 30000 names with transports from Java:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/Java_Index/html/java_personnel.htm
Asked to add Henry Scurr to the Roll of Honour, it is fascinating when finding something new. Worth a read for his bravery as 2nd officer, leave it to you what you think of the captain.
This is another page of Information on John James Guthrie which was asked for by my wife: – http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/g/html/guthrie-john-james.htm
Having lost contact with Mary, thankfully Keith put us back in touch. Her fathers page contains a lot of her poems, worth a read:-
I do spend a lot of time writing pages for loved ones, so I had time out this morning putting my fathers together in the Roll of Honour:- http://www.roll-of-honour.org.uk/…/taylor-frederick-noel.htm
His full story is at, interesting if Royal Norfolks, 18th Division:-http://www.far-eastern-heroes.org.uk/private_5776…/index.htm
He was born on Christmas Day 1918, therefore named ‘Noel’, this Christmas he would have been 98.