Col. Edmund J. Lilly Jr. P.O.W Papers

Notebook # 6:

PRISONERS OF WAR LISTED NUMERICALLY BY P. W. NO., EDMUND J. LILLY, JR. COLONEL, 57TH INF. (P.S.) Also includes letter written to his wife, Victoria.

6-1-42 Cpl.. Solomon, Donald L., died, Tarlac, P.I.
7-17-42 Col. E. T. Barry, CAC, died Tarlac, P.I.
8-10-42 Pvt. R. A. Brown left sick Tarlac Hosp.
8-11-42 (401) Brig. Gen. Luther R. Stevens left sick Tarlac Hosp.
12-23-42 (401) Brig. Gen. Luther R. Stevens rejoined Karenko, Taiwan.
American Officers from Philippines –
Arrived Karenko, Taiwan, August 17. 1942.

PW
NO.

Name Rank Last duty assignment prior to capture

1

Wainwright, Jonathan M. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Lieut. Gen Commanding General, US Forces in the Philippines

2

King, Edward P., Jr. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Major Gen Commanding General, Luzon Force

3

Moore, George F. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Major Gen Commanding General, Harbor Defenses, Manila and Subic Bays

4

Parker, George M., Jr. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Major Gen Commanding General, II Philippine Corps

5

Jones, Albert M. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Major Gen Commanding General, I Philippine Corps

6

Lough, Maxon S. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, Philippine Division, Subsector D, II Corps(P.S. & U.S. )

7

McBride, Allan C. Died Shirakawa 5-9-44 Buried P.W. Cemetery Brig. Gen Commanding General Service Command, Luzon Force

8

Bluemel, Clifford From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, 31st Div (PA) & Subsector C, II Corps

9

Weaver, James R. N. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, Prov. Tank Group; U.S.F.I.P.

10

Brougher, William E. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, 11th Div. (P.A.)

11

Drake, Charles C. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Quartermaster, U.S.F.I.P.

12

Pierce, Clinton A. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, 71st Div (PA) & So. Subsector, I Corps

13

Funk, Arnold J. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Chief of Staff, Luzon Force

14

Beebe, Lewis C. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Chief of Staff, U.S.F.I.P.

15

Aldridge, Edwin E. Col., Inf Chief of Staff, 51st Div., (PA)

16

Amis, William N. Col., AC Air Service Command, Bataan.

17

Atkinson, Edward C. Col., Inf Senior Instructor, 42nd Infantry (PA)

18

Ausmus, Delbert Col., CAC C.O., Beach Defense Artillery, Corregidor

19

Balsam, Alfred S. Col., QMC Quartermaster, I Philippine Corps

20

Bell, Gilmer M. Col., IGD Inspector General, Luzon Force

21

Berry Kearie L. Col., Inf C.O., 1st Div. (PA)

22

Boatwright, John R. Col., Inf C.O., 53rd Infantry (PA)

23

Bonham, Roscoe Col., C.E. Asst Engineer Officer, U.S.F.I.P.

24

Bowler, Louis J. Col., CAC Adjutant, Harbor Defenses, Manila and Subic Bays

25

Braly, William C. Col., CAC S-3, Harbor Defenses, Manila & Subic Bays.

26

Brawner, Pembroke A. Col., Inf Asst. C of S, G-4, Service Command, Luzon Force

27

Brezina, Frank Died Shirakawa 6-26-43 Buried P.O.W. cemetery Col., QMC Quartermaster, Service Command, Luzon Force

28

Browne, Harrison C. Col., GSC C. of S., Philippine Division, (US & PS) & Subsect. D, II Corps

29

Bunker, Paul D. Died Karenko 3-16-43 Col., CAC C.O., 59th C.A. (US)

30

Callahan, James W., Jr. Col., Inf Provost Marshall, II Philippine Corps

31

Campbell, Alexander H. Col., CAC C.O., Air Warning Service, U.S.F.I.P.

32

Carter, James D. Col., Inf Exec. Off., 92nd Inf (PA)

33

Chase, Theodore M. Col., CAC C.O., 60th C.A. (US)

34

Collier, James V. Col., (FA) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-3, Luzon Force

35

Cooper, Wibb E. Col., M.C. Surgeon, U.S.F.I.P.

36

Cordero, Virgil N. Col., Inf C.O., 72nd Inf (PA)

37

Corkill, William E. Col., F.A. Asst. Artillery Officer, Luzon Force

38

Cottrell, Joseph F. Col., CAC Exec. Off., Harbor Defenses, Manila & Subic Bays

39

Churchill, Lawrence S. Col., A.C. C.O., Far Eastern Air Force

40

Crews, Leonard R. Col., CAC S-4, Harbor Defenses, Manila & Subic Bays

41

DeCarre, Octave Col., CAC C.O., 92nd C.A. (P.S.)

42

Doane, Irvin E. Col., Inf C.O., Prov. Air Corps Regt. (U.S.)

43

Dougherty, Louis R. Col., F.A. Artillery Officer, II Philippine Corps

44

Dumas, Albert H. Col., Inf C.O., 3rd Inf (PA) Sk in Hosp.

45

Elmes, Chester H. Col., QMC Quartermaster, Fort Mills, Corregidor

46

Fortier, Malcolm V. Col., Inf Sr. Instructor, 41st Div. (PA)

47

Foster, Valentine P. Col., CAC C.O., Fort Hughes

48

Fry, Philip T. Col., Inf Service Command, Luzon Force

49

Galbraith, Nicoll F. Col., (FA) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-4, U.S.F.I.P.

50

Garfinkel, Abe Col., P.S. Inspector, II Philippine Corps

51

Hamilton, Stuart A. Col., CWS Chemical Warfare Officer, U.S.F.I.P.

52

Hilton, Donald B. Col., Inf Exec. Off., 45th Inf (PS)

53

Hilton, Roy C. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-4, Luzon Force

54

Hirsch, George W. Col., O.D. Ordnance Officer, U.S.F.I.P.

55

Hoffman, Robert J. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-3, Philippine Div (U.S. & P.S.)

56

Hughes, James C. Col., FA C.O., 11th F.A. (PA)

57

Ives, Albert R. Col., FA C.O., Prov. F.A. Brigade (PA)

58

James, Stanley C. Transferred from Karenko to Tokyo 1-25-43, Died 29 March ‘49 Col., S.C. Signal Officer, Service Command, Luzon Force

59

Johnson, Edwin H. Col., Inf C.O., 33rd Inf (PA)

60

Keltner, Edgar H. Col., Inf C. of S., 91st Div, (PA)

61

Kohn, Joseph P. Col., CAC C.O., 91st C.A. (P.S.)

62

Lathrop, Leslie T. Col., Inf C.O., 3rd Inf (P.A.)

63

Laughinghouse, Newman R. Col., A.C. Air Corps Officer, U.S.F.I.P.

64

Lawrence, Charles S. Col., QMC Quartermaster, Luzon Force

65

Lilly, Edmund J., Jr. Col., Inf C.O., 57th Inf. (P.A.)

66

Lynch, Thomas A. Col., JAGD Judge Advocate, U.S.F.I.P.

67

MacDonald, Stuart C. Col., Inf C.O., 91st Div. (PA)

68

McCafferty, Grattan H. Col., Inf Asst. C. of S., G-3, Service Command, Luzon Force

69

Maher, William F. Col., (FA) GSC C. of S., I Philippine Corps

70

Mallonee, Richard C. Col., FA C.O., 21st F.A. (PA)

71

Manees, James R. Col., IGD Provost Marshall, Service Command, Luzon Force

72

Marshall, Floyd Died at Italian P.W. Camp Manchomkino, August 15, 1945 Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-1, Luzon France

73

Mead, Wallace A. Col., Inf Senior Instr., 23rd Inf. (PA)

74

Menzie, James T. Col., AGD Adjutant General, U.S.F.I.P.

75

Mielenz, Lloyd E. Col., CE Exec. Off., to U.S.F.I.P. Engineer Off.

76

Monihan, James G. Col., (Cor) GSC C. of S., So. Subsector, I Corps

77

Moore, Arthur P. Col., FA Artillery Officer, So. Subsector, I Corps

78

Murphy, Dennis P. Col., Inf C.O., 1st Inf (PA)

79

Nelson, Frank Col., Cav Asst. C. of S., G-3, I Philippine Corps

80

O’Connor, Edwin Col., Cav Senior Instr., 2nd Div, (PA)

81

O’Day, Ray M. Col., Inf Senior Instr., 21st Div. (PA)

82

Peck, Harry M. N.G. N. Mex. Col., CAC C.O., 515th C.A. (US & PA)
83 Penrose, Arthur W. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-2, Philippine Division, (US & PS)
84 Pilet, Nunez C. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-1, U.S.F.I.P.
85 Quesenberry, Marshall H. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S.,G-4, Philippine Division (US & PS)
86 Quinn, Michael A. Col., QMC C.O., Motor Transport Service, Luzon Force
87 Quintard, Alexander S. Col., FA C.O., 301st F.A. (US & PA)
88 Rawitser, Emil C. Col., JAGD Asst. The Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army
89 Richards, Harrison H.C. Col., AC C.O., Air Corps Detachment, Luzon Force
90 Rodman, John H. Col., Inf C.O., 92nd Inf. (PA)
91 Rogers, Richard G. Col., QMC Traffic Control Officer, Luzon Force
92 Sage, Charles Gurdon N.G. N. Mex. Col., CAC C.O., Prov. Philippine Brigade (AA) (US & PA)
93 Selleck, Clyde A. Col., FA C. of S., Service Command, Luzon Force
94 Skerry, Harry A. Col., CE Engineer Officer, I Philippine Corps
95 Sledge, Theodore J. Col., Inf Administrative asst. to C. of S., U.S.F.I.P.
96 Stansell, Joshua A. Col., S.C. Signal Officer, Luzon Force
97 Steel, Charles L. Col., Inf C. of S., II Philippine Corps
98 Stickney, Henry H. Col., CE Engineer Officer, U.S.F.I.P.
99 Stowell, Allen L. Col., SC Signal Officer, II Philippine Corps
100 Swanton, Donovan Col., Inf Senior Instr., Beach Defense, II Corps
101 Teague, Theodore T. Col., SC Signal Officer, U.S.F.I.P.
102 Townsend, Glen R. Col., Inf C.O., 11th Inf (PA)
103 Traywick, Jesse T., Jr. Col., (Inf) GSC Asst. C. of S., G-3, U.S.F.I.P.
104 Uhrig, Jacob E. Col., Inf Senior Instr., 22d Inf (PA)
105 Vance, John R. Col., FD Finance Officer, U.S.F.I.P.
106 Vance, Lee C. Col., Cav C.O., 26th Cav. (PS)
107 Ward, Frederick A. Col., QMC Supt., Army Transport Service, U.S.F.I.P.
108 Wetherby, Loren A. Col., Inf Senior Instr., 41st Inf (PA)
109 Williams, Everett C. Col., Inf Artillery Officer, Luzon Force
110 Wood, Stuart Col., FA Asst. C. of S., G-2, U.S.F.I.P.
111 Worthington, Josiah W. Col., V.C. Veterinarian, Luzon Force
112 Young, Adlai C. Col., Inf C.O., 51st Div(PA)
x113 Glattly, Harold W. Lt Col., MC Surgeon, Luzon Force
X114 Halstead, Earl T. ( R) Lt Col ( R)AGD Adjutant General, Luzon Force
X115. Pugh, John R. Lt Col., Cav A.D.C. to Lieut. Gen Wainwright
X116 Brown, Burton R. Major CAC A. D.C. to Maj. Gen Moore
X117 Dooley, Thomas ( R) Major ( R) Cav A. D. C. to Lieut. Gen. Wainwright
X118 Sherry, Dean ( R) Major, ( R) Inf Instr. 1st Philippine Constabulary Regt.
119 Curtis, Donald Col., USMC Exec. Off., Beach Defenses, Corregidor
120 Davis, Robert G. (MC) Capt USN C.O., Naval Hospital, Pasay
121 Hoeffel, Kenneth M. Capt., U.S.N. C.O., Naval Forces in the Philippines
122 Howard, Samuel L. Col., USMC C.O., Beach Defense, Corregidore
123 Lowman, Kenneth E. (MC) Capt., U.S.N. Surgeon, Naval Hospital, Pasay.
124 Roberts, Lyle J. (MC) Capt., U.S.N. Exec. Off., Naval Hospital, Pasay
125 Wilterdink, William H. (Sup) Capt., U.S.N. Naval Purchasing Agent, Shanghai (Skin Hosp, Pasay, P.I.)
126 Whitehurst, Matthew S. MC Sgt. Headquarters, 803rd Engineers (U.S.)
127 Cavanaugh, James B. Died Karenko 2-10-43 MC Sgt. D.E.M.L., Jtg. Co., II Philippine Corps
128 Light, Newton H. Transfer’d from Shirakawa – destination Unknown 11-4-43 Tech. Sgt Q.M. Office, Service Command, Luzon Force
129 Pliska, Adam E. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 1st Sgt M.P. Co., Philippine Div. (US & PS)
X130 Lease, Monroe S. Tech Sgt D.E.M.L., Hq Co., Luzon Force
131 Gonzalves, Gordon B. From Karenko to Tomazato with Generals 4-2-43 Tech Sgt Engineers, Hq Co., II Philippine Corps
132 Churchyard, George S. Staff Sgt D.E.M.L., Hq Co., II, Philippine Corps
133 Hundley, Henry W. Transfd from Shirakawa – destination unknown 11-4-43 Staff Sgt Q.M.C., Motor Transport Depot
134 Bland, Albert J. Staff Sgt A.C., 3rd Pursuit Squadron
135 Weber, William H. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Tech. Sgt 31st Inf (US)
136 Bittner, Robert D. Staff Sgt A.C., 3rd Pursuit Squadron
137 Leeman, Robert F. Transfd from Shirakawa – destination inknown 11-4-43 Staff Sgt A.C., 91st Bombardment Squadron
138 Kuhn, Virgil E. Transfd from Karwnko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Staff Sgt Hq Co., 803rd Engineers (US)
139 Johnson, Enos A. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Staff Sgt Co. C, 803rd Engineers (US)
140 Rushing, N. L. Staff Sgt D.E.M.L., Hq Co., Luzon Force
141 Odelin, Walter C. Transfd from Shirakawa- Destination unknown 6-22-44 Staff Sgt D.E.M.L., Hq. Co., Luzon Force

142

Hawkins, Ralph H. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Staff Sgt D.E.M.L., Hq Philippine Department

143

Raynis, Adolph J. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Staff Sgt D.E.M.L. Hq. Philippine Department

144

Pechek, Frank A. Staff Sgt D.E.M.L. Hq. Luzon Force.

145

Mullins, Jasper C. From Shirakawa with generals, Destination unknown 10-1-44 Sgt. 4th Chemical Warfare Co.

146

Kazerski, Frank A. Staff Sgt. D.E.M.L., Hq. Philippine Department

147

Fuhriman, Royce H. Sgt. D.E.M.L., Hq. Philippine Department

148

Lyhene, Dennis J. Sgt. D.E.M.L., Hq. Luzon Force

149

Johnson, Aaron J. Staff Sgt. D.E.M.L., Hq. Philippine Department

150

Gebow, Benjamin R. Sgt. Q.M.C., Service Command, Luzon Force

151

Davidson, Brown F. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Sgt. Hq. 24th Pursuit Group.

152

Wolf, Joseph McC. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Sgt. Co D, 31st Inf (U.S.)

153

Nugent, Daniel H. Corp. Hq. Prov. Tank Group.

154

Eckles, Alfred H. Corp. 409th Signal Co. (AW) (U.S.)

155

Ferguson, Ora A. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Corp. Co. C, 803rd Engrs (U.S.)

156

Rosenberry, Harry Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Corp. 5th Interceptor Group (AC)

157

Ravenburg, Noel M. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Corp. Hq. Co., 194th Tank Bn. (US)

158

Seidl, Francis X. Corp. Co. B, 31st Inf (US)

159

Carroll, Hubert From Karenko to Tomazato with Generals 4-2-43 Tech. Sgt. DEML, Hq Co., U.S.F.I.P.

160

Lairson, Alvin L. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 Sgt. 5th Interceptor Group (AC)

161

Wuerst. Edwin A. Corp USMC Co. A, 4th Marines

162

Paradise, Bob F. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 P.F.C. Surgeon’s Office, Luzon Force

163

Schermerhorn, Howard W. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 P.F.C. Serv. Co., 31st Inf (US)

X164

Keaton, Kenneth V. P.F.C. Co. C., 803rd Engrs (US)

165

Smith, Warren B. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp 5-5-43 P.F.C. Hq. Co., 194th Tank Bn (US)

166

Foster, Johnny M. P.F.C. DEML Hq Philippine Department

167

Wehrkamp, Roy V. P.F.C. DEML Engr. Section, II Philippine Corps

168

Burdette, Karl P.F.C. Co. C., 803rd Engrs. (US)

169

Shea, Maurice F. Transfd from Karenko to Work Camp, 5-5-43 P.F.C. Co C., 803rd Engrs (US)

170

Furr, Paul E. Transfrd from Karenko to Work Camp, 5-5-43 P.F.C. 17th Ord. Co. (US)

171

Halterman, James Transfrd from Karenko to Work Camp, 5-5-43 P.F.C. 17th Ord. Co. (US)

172

Greenleaf, Harry B. P.F.C. Hq Co., U.S.F.I.P.

173

Kondrasiewicz, Joseph F. Transfrd from Karenko to Work Camp, 5-5-43 P.F.C. 808th M.P. Co. (US)

174

Hill, Carlton Transfrd from Karenko to Work Camp, 5-5-43 Pvt. Co. G, 31st Inf (US)

175

Callahan, Robert L. Transfrd from Karenko to Tokyo, 5-5--43 Pvt. Co. A, 31st Inf (US)

176

Walker, A K. Tranfrd from Karenko to Tokyo, 1-25-43 1-25-43 Pvt. Hq. Co., 192d Tank Bn, (US)

177

Evans, Leonard N. Pvt. Q.M.C., Service Command, Luzon Force

178

Yankey, Lucien L. Pvt. Hq. Co., 192d Tank Bn. (US)

X179

Davidson, E. L. Pvt. Hq. Co., 194th Tank Bn. (US)

180

McMillan, George J. (Arr. Karenko, 8-27-42) Capt., U.S.N. Governor of Guam

181

Danielson, Dewey C. (Arr. Karenko 8-27-42) USMC Fld Music’n USMC ( R) Clerk, Office of Governor of Guam
  British, Canadian, Australian and Dutch officers, civilians and soldiers who joined us at Karenko on September 8, 1942. All coming from Singapore.  

182

Perceval, A. E. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Lieut. Gen. Commanding General, Malayan Force

183

Beckwith-Smith, M. Died, Karenko, 11-10-42 Major Gen. Commanding General, 18th British Div.

184

Keith-Simmons, S. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Major Gen. Commanding General, South Area, Singapore.

185

Key, B. W. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Major Gen. Commanding General, 11th Indian Div.

186

Servaes, H. C. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding Artillery, 18th Div.

187

Massey-Beresford, T. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 55th Inf. Brig., 18th Div.

188

Selby, W. R. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding 28th Indian Brig.

189

Duke, C.L.B. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding 53rd Brigade, 18th Div.

190

Backhouse, E.H.W. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 54th Brigade, 18th Div.

191

Challen, B. S. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 15th Indian Brigade, 11th Ind. Div.

192

Williams, G. R. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding 1st Malayan Infantry Brigade

193

Curtis, A.D. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding Fixed Defenses, Malaya

194

Moir, R. G. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding L. of C., & Federated States, Vol. Forces.

195

Ballentine, G. C. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 44th Indian Brigade

196

Wildey, A.W.G. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding A.A. Defense; Malaya

197

Painter, G.W.A. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding 22d Indian Brigade

198

Lay, W.O. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 6th Indian Brigade

199

Fraser, F.H. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Commanding 2d Indian Brigade

200

Simson, I. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Chief Engineer, Malayan Forces

201

Rusher, A.E. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding Artillery, 11th Indian Div.

202

Goodman, E.W. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier B.R.A., Malaya Command

203

Evelegh, G.C. Left Shirakwara for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Dep. Director, Ordnance Service, Malaya Command

204

Stringer, C.H. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Dep. Director, Medical Service, Malaya Command.

205

Richards, C.W. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Director Transportation, Malaya Command

206

Lucas, H.F. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Brig. Of Adm., Malaya Command

207

Newbigging, T.K. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Dep. Adm. Staff Officer, Malaya Command

208

Crawford, K.V.S. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-3-44 Brigadier Hq. 3rd Indian Corps, Malaya Command

209

Modin, C.O.F. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Air Commodore Air Officer Adm., Malaya

210

Wardle, V.H. Col. Asst. Director Med. Service, 18th Div.

211

Hunt, Cecil Col. Dep. Director Ord. Supply, L. of C., Malaya Command

212

Grimwood, R. G. Col. Commanding Straits Settlement Volunteer Forces

213

Graham, W.S. Col. Commanding Penang Fortress.

214

Allpress, H.V. Col. Commanding Heavy A.A., Singapore

215

Giblin, R. Col. Chief Signal Officer, Malaya Command

216

Peake, B.D. Col. Dep. Chief Engineer, Malaya Command

217

Ashton, W.P.B. Col. Dep. Director Ord. Serv., Malaya Command

218

Bridge, R.B. Col. Chief Ord. Off., Base Ord. Depot, Singapore

219

Bennet, J. Col. Consulting Physician, Malaya Command

220

Roper, R.L. Col. Dep. Director Ord. Serv., 3rd Indian Corps

221

Urquhart, H.A. Col. Dep. Chief Engr., Malaya Command

222

Mitchell, J.M. Col. Asst. Director Med. Serv., 11th Indian Div.

223

Harrison, A.M.L. Col. G.S.O., 11th Indian Div.

224

Rice, E.B. Died, Shirakawa 9-5-43, Buried P.O.W. cenetery Gp Capt. Commanding 224th Fighter Group, R.A.F.

225

Chapman, R.P. Capt. R.N. Chief Engineer, R.N. Base, Singapore

226

Mulock, G.F.A. Capt, R.N. (E) Extended Defense Officer, Singapore

227

Crockett, C.W. Transfd from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Sgt. R.A. Serv. Corps

228

Catherall, J. Sgt. R.A. Serv. Corps

229

Brown, J.T. Transfd from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Mess Sgt. Batman, Lieut. Gen. Perceval.

230

Peto, F. Left Shirakawa with generals, destination unknown, 10-3-44 Corp. Coldstream Guards

231

Cornelius, I.G. Corp. R.A.F.

232

Cooper, S.L. L. Corp. 1st Bn., Leicester Regt.

233

Kerridge, J.H. L. Corp. 2nd Cambridge Regt.

234

McWilliams, J. Bomb’d’r Hq. Fixed Defenses, Malaya

235

Ball, C.H. Transfd from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 L. Corp. Border Regt., Indian Army

236

Pemberton, C.K. Pvt. R.A.F., Singapore

237

Wright, M. Gunner 135th F.A.

238

Chester, D. Left Shirakawa with generals, destination unknown 10-3-44 Gunner Hq. 9th Indian Div.

239

Poole, G. Pvt. 2nd Bn., Surrey Regt.

240

Walters, R.A. Gunner R.A., 18th Div.

241

Wisker, C.D. Gunner R.A., 11th Div.

242

Drew, J.H. Transfd from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Pvt. Hq. 18th Div.

243

Longshaw, T.H. Pvt. R.A. Singapore

244

Gitsham, A.J. Pvt. Royal Medical Corps, Malaya Command

245

White, C.H. Sgnlmn R.S. Corps

246

Cotton, T.E. L. Bomb’d’r 1st S.L. Regt.

247

Williams, J.P. Pvt. East Surrey Regt.

248

Henshaw, H. Gunner 316th S.L. Bn.

249

Howard, C.W. Pvt. 2nd Bn., East Surrey Regt.

250

Whitmore, G. Gunner 35th L.A.A.

251

Trusted, Sir Harry From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Civ. Chief Justice, Federated Malay States

252

McElwaine, Sir Percy A. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Civ Chief Justice, Straits Settlement

253

McRae, Ian M. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Maj. Gen. (Rtd) Indian Red Cross

254

Torrance, KS. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier G.S.O., Malaya Command

255

Callaghan, C.A. From Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, 8th Australian Div.

256

Trott, W.A. From Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-1-44 Brigadier Commanding, 8th Infantry Brigade

257

Taylor, H.B. From Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-1-44 Brigadier Commanding, 22nd Australian Brigade

258

White, E.R. Col. Commanding, 10th Australian General Hospital

259

Kent-Hughes, W.S. Col. G.S.O., Australian Infantry Force

260

Thyer, J.H. Col. G.S.O., 8th Australian Div.

261

Pigden, D.C. Died at Hofen PW. Camp Manchoukuo, 4:10 am July 6, ‘45 Col. Commanding 13th Australian General Hospital

262

Derham, A.P. Col. Commanding 8th Australian General Hospital

263

Verkerk, J.M. Sgt. Electrical Engineer

264

Hall, A.H. Corp. 10th Gen. Hosp. A.I.F.

265

Beaton, C.N. From Shirakawa with generals, destination unknown 10-1-44 Gunner R.A.A., Hq A.I.F.

266

Derham, T.P. Pvt. Med. Dept., A.I.F., 29th Field Ambulance

267

Retallick, H.J. Pvt. Hq. 8th Australian Div.

268

Webb, R.B. Civ. Red Cross Repr., Australia + Britain in Far East

269

DeFremery, H.J. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, N.E.I. Army

270

Overakker, R. Transfd from Shirakawa to Sumatra 8-3-43 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, Central Sumatra

271

Gosenson, G.F.V. Transfd from Shirakawa to Sumatra 8-3-43 Col. Commanding Achin, North Sumatra

272

Bozuwa, G.G. Capt. R.D.N. Commander in Ch., Dutch Naval Forces in Far East

273

Seelt, D.P. Fireman Destroyer "Evertensen"

274

Spitz, A. I. From Karenko to Tamazato 4-2-43 Civ. Governor of Sumatra

275

Young, Sir Mark From Karenko to Tomazato, 4-2-43 Civ. Governor of Hongkong

276

Waller, J.W. Transfd from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Pvt. Middlesex Regt.

 

  American officers and enlisted men from Mindanao, Rizal and Visayas on Karenko Sept 27, 1942.  

277

Sharp, William F. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, Visayan + Mindanao Force

278

Chynoweth, Bradford G. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen Commanding General, Cebu

279

Seals, Carl H. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen. Adjutant General, USAFFE (Enroute by plane to Australia)

280

Vachon, Joseph P. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brig. Gen. Commanding General, 101st Div (PA), V + M Force

281

Boudreau, Napoleon Col. CAC C.O., Fort Frank

282

Braddock, William H. (R ) Col., MC Surgeon, South Mindanao Force

283

Chastaine, Ben-Hur Col. Inf. C.O., Aqusan Sector, V + M Force

284

Christie, Albert F. Col. Inf C.O., 61st Div. (P.A.) V + M Force

285

Cook, John D. Col. QMC C.O., Port of Cebu

286

Cornell, Theodore M. Col. Inf. C.O., Leyte and Samar

287

Creusere, Melville S. Col. QMC Quartermaster, V + M Force

288

Dalton, William F. Col. Inf. C.O., V + M Reserve (Vol.)

289

Enos, William A. Col. FD F.O., V + M Force

290

Frissell, Howard N. Col. Inf C.O., Zone of Comm., V + M Force

291

Gillespie, James D. Col. MC C.O., Base Hosp. No. 2, Bataan P.I.

292

Hilsman, Roger Col. Inf C.O., Negros

293

Killen, Wade D. Col. Inf C. of S., 102nd Div. (PA), V + M Force

294

McLennan, Carter R. Col. Cav. Exec. Off., Negros Sector

295

Mixson, Archibald M. Col. Inf. C. of S., V + M Force (Dep.)

296

Morse, William P. Col. Inf. C.O., 102nd Div (PA), V + M Force

297

Rutherford, Dorsey J. Col. CAC C.O., Prov. Regt., Corregidor.

298

Scudder, Irvine C. Col. Inf. C. of S., Visayan Force.

299

Thompson, John W. Col. Inf. C. of S., V + M Force.

300

Wilson, Albert T. Col. Inf. C. O., Zamboanga Sector.

301

Farmer, S. A. Transfd from Karenko to work camp 5-5-43 Sgt. 30th Bomb. Sqdn, 19th Group

302

Hundley, Willliam F. Sgt 14th Bomb. Squadron

303

Provoo, John D. Transfd from Shirakawa Destination unknown 11-4-43 Sgt. DEML, Hq. Philippine Department.

304

Martino, John C.P.O., USN Torpedoman, M. T. Squadron 34, USN.

305

Irey, James E. Printers Mate, USN U.S.S. "CANOPUS"

306

Bechwith, C. V. Pvt 1C1. 31st Inf. (U.S.)

307

Harris, R. H. Pvt 1Cl. Hq Squadron, 5th Air Base Group

308

Kelly, Lloyd L. From Karenko to Tomazato with generals 4-2-43 Pvt 1Cl 30th Bomb. Squdn, 19th Group

309

Nichols, Murl E. Pvt 1Cl 30th Bomb. Squdn, 19th Group

310

Parks, Comer L. Pvt 1Cl Hq Squadron, 19th Bomb. Group.

311

Plummer, James E. Pvt 1Cl Hq Squadron, 19th Bomb. Group

312

Browning, H. R. Pvt 1Cl Med. Dept., Gen. Hosp. No 2, Bataan, P.I.

313

Collingsworth, E. D. Transfd from Karenko to work camp 5-5-43 Pvt 1Cl Med. Dept., Gen. Hosp. No. 2, Bataan, P.I.

314

Forry, C. M. Transfd from Karenko to work camp 5-5-43 Pvt. 30th Bomb. Squadron, 19th Group

315

Heer, Robert B. Transfd from Karenko to work camp 5-5-43 Pvt. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Group.

316

Parsons, John E. Pvt. Hqs Co., 803rd Engrs (US)

317

Thomas, Sir T. Shenton W. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Civ. Gov. Straits Settlement + High Commissioner, Malay States.

318

Searle, A. C. (Arr. Karenko 2-1-43) Col., F.A. C.O., U.S. Forces in Java

319

Horan, John P. (Arr. Karenko 12-23-42) Col., Inf. C.O., 121st Inf (PA) North Luzon

320

Mitchell, Eugene H. (Arr . Karenko, 12-23-42) Col., Inf. C.O., 61st Inf (P.A.), V + M Force

321

Tarkington, Hiram W. (Arr . Karneko, 12-23-42) Col., FA C.O., 61st F.A. (PA) V + M Force

322

Stille, Albert W. Transfd from Karenko to work camp 5-5-43 (Arr. Karenko 12-23-42) Sgt. 30th Bomb. Sqdn, 19th Group

323

Longmire, Richard L. (Arr. Karenko 12-23-42) Pvt 1Cl Co. A, 194th Tank Bn (US)

324

Heath, Sir Lewis M. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43  (Arr. Karenko 12-5-42) Lieut. Gen C. G., Singapore Army Corps ("Conqueror of Abyssinia")
  British and Dutch Officers and enlisted men who joined at Karenko from Java and Borneo  

325

Sitwell, H. D. W. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Maj. Gen. C. G., British Army in Java

326

Pearson, S. R. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding 16th A.A. Brigade, Java.

327

Lane, C. M. Col. C.O., British Forces in Borneo

328

Maltby, P. C. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Air V. Marshall Commanding British Air Force in Java

329

Staton, W. E. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Air Com’dore Dep. Commander, British Air Force in Java.

330

Silly, B. J. Died Shirakawa 12-7-43, buried P.O.W. cemetery Air Com’dore A.O.C., R.A.F. Base, Java.

331

Coggle, C.K.J. Gp. Capt. R.A.F. Administration, Java.

332

Ridgway, M. W.C. Gp. Capt Commanding RAF Depot, Java

333

Nicholetts, G. E. Gp. Capt Commanding Tjambek Air Station, Java.

334

Ter Poorten, H. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Lieut. Gen. Commanding General Allied Forces, N.E.I.

335

Uhl, J. H. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. I.G., Infantry, N.E. I.

336

Van Rees, J. From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Maj. Gen. Chief of Med. Serv., N.E. I.

337

Schilling, W. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, 1st Div, NEI

338

Pesman, J. J. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding Bandoeng Group

339

Bakkers, R. From Shirakawa to unknown destinaiton 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Chief of General Staff, NEI

340

Ilgen, G. W. From Shirakawa to uinknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, 3rd Div, NEI

341

Cox, P.W. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Maj. Gen. Commanding General, 2nd Div, NEI

342

DeQuant, C.H. Col. Chief of Military Engrs, N.E.I.

343

Vennick, H.A.E. Col. Chief of Military Transport, NEI

344

Van Rekum, L. Col. Army Recreation Officer, N.E. I.

345

Cox, J. H. Col. Chief I.G. of Militia, NEI

346

Van Leeuwen, F. Col. Commanding, 1st Cav Regt., NEI

347

Kamps, H.J.A. Col. Chief Inspector, Cavalry, NEI

348

Waal, C.H.C. Col. Army Quartermaster in Chief, NEI

349

Van Veen, H.P. Col. Dep. C. of S., G.H.Q., N.E.I.

350

Tulfer, H.J.B. Col. Chief of Army Finance Service, N.E. I.

351

Van Dijk, A.M. Col. C.O. 2nd Artillery Regt. N.E. I.

352

Van der Steen, P.H.T. Col. C.O., 3rd Artillery Regt., N.E. I.

353

Van Kuilenberg, H. Col. C.O., 6th Inf. Regt. N.E.I.

354

Koppen, E. T. Col. C.O., 1st Artillery Regt. N.E.I.

355

Fleischer, J. A. Col. Territorial Commander, 2nd Div., NEI

356

Van Staveren, M. T. Col. Director of Surveys, N.E. I.

357

Van Struyvenberg, A. Col. C.O., 1st Inf. Regt. N.E.I.

358

Byjleveld, J. W. Col. Territorial Surgeon, 2nd Div., N.E.I.

359

Toorop, C.G. Col. C.O., South Group, 2nd Div., N.E.I.

360

Scholten, P. Col. C.O., 2nd Inf. Regt., N.E.I.

361

Van Manen, S. E. Col. Chief of Med. Serv., Hqrs Bandoeng

362

Goudswaard, A. Col. Chief of Pharmaceutical Serv., N.E.I.

363

Spier, M. Col. Chief of Med. Serv., 3rd Div., NEI.

364

Kuhn, F. A. Capt. RDN Pres. Of Court-Martial, RDN

365

Van Kregten, J. G. Capt. RDN Quartermaster in Charge, RDN

366

De Jong, H. A. Capt. RDN Chief of Personnel Service, RDN.

367

Vromans, A. G. Capt. RDN Chief of Material Section, RDN.

368

Cikot, P. J. M. Capt. RDN Chief, Naval Bn, Bandoeng

369

Kengen, E. T. Col. 2nd in Command, Army Air Force, NEI.

370

Blackburn, A. S. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 Brigadier Commanding Composite Australian Brigade, Java.

371

Maxwell, Duncan From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44  (Arr. Karenko 12-5-42) Brigadier Commanding 27th Australian Infantry Brigade

372

Beek Sgt. Tank Bn, Bandoeng

373

Exmann Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Sgt. Tank Bn, Bandoeng

374

Naerssen Sgt. A-Z, FA (RA) Palembang.

375

Schubert Transf’d from Karenko to camp near Haito 5-5-43 Sgt. A-Z, FA (RA) Palembang

376

Steins Sgt. NEI Military Police

377

Bykerk, Reins (see also No. 544) Corp. NEI Military Police

378

Wildeboer Corp. NEI Military Police

379

Gielkens Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Corp. NEI Medical Corps

380

Korthout Corp. Coast Guard Radio Signalman, NEI

381

Leeflang Pvt. NEI Motor Transport Corps.

382

Bunk Pvt. Reserve Forces, NEI

383

Oelsnitz Pvt. NEI Motor Transport Corps.

384

Dam From Shirakawa with generals to unknown destination 10-1-44 Pvt. 1st F.A., NEI

385

Leeuwenburgh Transf’d from Karenko to camp near Haito 5-5-43 Pvt. 1st F.A., NEI

386

Delden Transf’d from Karenko to camp near Haito 5-5-43 Pvt. 1st F.A., NEI

387

Van Rhee (Chess) Pvt. A-2, Field Artillery, R.A., Sumatra.

388

Kroeze Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Pvt. A-2, Field Artillery, R.A., Sumatra

389

Ramwell, Bert Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 L. Corp. Military Police, Singapore

390

Pitch Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Pvt. 5th Norfolks, 11th Div, Singapore.

391

Raine Gunner 240th Heavy A.A. Battery, R.A., Java

392

Clarke Pvt. 48th Light A.A. Battery, R.A.

393

Tuck Pvt. Royal Corps Signals (Air Formation), Sumatra

394

Hersee Pvt.1C1 A.C-2, 266th Wing Hqrs, R.A.F., Sumatra

395

Inglis Pvt. 153rd Maint. Unit, R.A.F., Malaya-Java

396

Speekenbrink Transf’d from Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Pvt. Medical Corps, N.E.I.
397 Bayer Transf’d from Karenko to camp near Haito 5-5-43 Pvt. Band operation Navy Air Force, NEI
398 Larkin, James W. Pvt. 27th Australian Infantry Brigade
399 Van Starkenborgh, Jonkheer AWL. Tjarda From Karenko to Tomazato 4-2-43 Civ Governor General, Netherlands East Indies.
400 Bishop, A. G. Gp Capt. Senior A.S.O., R.A.F., Java.
401 Stevens, Luther, R. From Shirakawa to unknown destination 10-1-44 (PA) Brig. Gen. Commanding General, 91st Div. (PA)
  British officers and other ranks to Shirakawa from Hongkong on August 9, 1943.    
402 Maltby, Christopher M. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Maj Gen. G.O.C., Hongkong
403 McLead, Torquil Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding Royal Artillery, Hongkong
404 Peffers, Andrews Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier A.A and Q.M.G., Hongkong
405 Wallis, Cedric Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Brigadier Commanding East Infantry Brigade, Hongkong
406 Collinson, Alfred C. Left Shirakawa for unknown destination 10-6-44 Com’dore RN S.N.O., Hongkong
407 Andrews-Levinge, Theodore Keble Col. C.R.A., Service Command, Hongkong
408 Clifford, E. Humphrey M. Col. C.E., China Command
409 Forde, Noel Col. Chief Paymaster, China Command
410 Hopkins, Gilbert R. Col. A.D.O.S., China Command
411 Kilpatrick, Hugh J. Col. F.A., China Command
412 Rose, Henry B. Col. Commanding West Infantry Brigade, Hongkong
413 Simson, John T. Col. A.D.M.S., China Command
414 Campbell, Leveson Capt. RN 2nd in Command, R.N., Hongkong
415 Minhinnick, Frank B. Capt. RN C.E., Dockyard, Hongkong
416 Earnshaw, Eric L. Corps Royal Army Pay Corps, China
417 Hastings, John Corp. Royal Army Service Corps, Hongkong
418 Rogers, George Left Shirakawa with generals destination unknown 10-3-44 Marine Royal Marines, Hongkong
419 Smith, Frederick Pvt. Royal Army Service Corps, China.
420 Tanner, Graham Left Shirakawa with generals destination unknown 10-6-44 Pvt. Royal Army Service Corps, China.
421 Winkworth, Harry Pvt. 1st Bn., Middlesex Regt.
422 Fairbairn, William Able Seaman Royal Navy, Hongkong
British and Dutch officers and enlisted men who joined at Shirakawa on August 20, 1943.
423 Fasson, James C.H. Lieut. Col. C.O., 155th Lanarkshire Yeomanry, R. A.
424 Hennessey, Dudley H. Lieut. Col. Intelligence, Malaya Command
425 Jephson, Ed. W. F. Lieut. Col. C.O., 5th Field Regt. R.A.
426 Napier, William E. S. Lieut. Col. C.O., 80th A.T. Regt. R.A.
427 Scott, Thomas A. R. Lieut. Col. C.O., 9th & 11th Div. Signals, R.C.S.
428 Shearbourne, Fred Lieut. Col. C.R.A.S.C., 11th Indian Div.
429 Delme’-Radcliffe, Michael Major O.O., 19th Fld Coy, Royal Bombay, S. and M.
430 Dinwiddie, Ronald R. Major O. C., 45th Army Troops Coy, Royal Bombay, S. and M.
431 Fennell, Geoffrey Major 2nd in Command, 5th Fld. Regt. R.A.
432 Grant, Peter P. C. Major O.C., 35th Fortress Coy., R. E.
433 Grazebrook, Francis F. M. Major Dep. Asst. Director of Transportation, Malaya Command
434 Howe, Kingsley Thomas A. Major 2nd in Command, 9th Indian Div, Signals, R.C.S.
435 McIntosh, Ian R. Major B.M.R.A., 11th Indian Div.
436 Nicholson, John J. L. Major SORE-2 to DCE, North Malaya Command
437 Pedley, Cross Isaac Major 2nd in Command, 80th A.T. Regt. R.A.
438 Sanderson, Gerald G. B. Major 2nd in Command, Lanarkshire Yeomanry (155th Fld Regt.) R.A.
439 Stewart, George Murray Major Battery Commander, 80th A. T. Regt. R.A.
440 Vinycomb, Godfrey B. Major O.C., 48th Mobile Workshop Co., I.A.D.C.
441 Anderson, Michael L. Captain Tp. Comdr, Lanarkshire Yeomanry (155th Fld. Regt.) R.A.
442 Badgett, John L. Captain No. 1 Malaya C.C.S.
443 Bartelot, Richard St. G. G. Captain Adjt., 80th A. T. Regt. R. A.
444 Barker, Nigel N. H. S. Captain SORE-3, 3rd Indian Corps
445 Bevan, Gerald A. J. Captain A.D.C. to C.G., 18th Div.
446 Bristow, Harry C. Captain O.C., A-Sect., 11th Indian Div., Signals, R.C.S.
447 Chick, Arthur J. Captain Adjt., 7th Ord N/S Coy, I.A.O.C.
448 Cumper, James E. Captain Sup. Off. R.I.A.S.C., Att. To 28th Ind. Inf. Brigade
449 Egan, Thomas F. Captain Req. Off., Engr. Staff, Malaya Command
450 Fairbairn, John E. Captain D.A.P.M. and O.C., 9th Indian Div, Provost Unit.
451 Fifield, Ralph F. Captain D.A.P.M. Penang and DAPM, 11th Indian Div.
452 Firth, John Leslie B. Captain Battery Capt., 5th Fld Regt., R.A.
453 Forbes, Wyndham K. Captain Adjt., 5th Field Regt., R. A.
454 Hope-Johnstone, Percy W. Captain Battery Capt., Lanarkshire Yeomanry (155th Fld. Regt.) R.A.
455 Hunt, Robert W. Captain Tp. Comdr, 5th Fld. Regt. R. A.
456 Humphreys, Brian B. Captain A.D.C. to C.G., 3rd Indian Corps.
457 Ker-Gibson, Roger R. Captain 2nd in Command, 19th Fld. Coy., Royal Bombay, S. and M.
458 Kennedy, Richard Captain R.C. Chaplain of No. 1 Malaya C.C.S.
459 MacKenzie, James Captain T/P Comdr, Lanarkshire Yeomanry (155th Fld, Regt.) R.A.
460 Mangnall, Thomas B. Captain P.R.-1, Manchester Regt.
461 Moss, John C. Captain Adjt., 9th Indian Div, Signals, R.C.S.
462 Pearson, Richard A.R.B. Captain Battery Comdr, 5th Field Regt., R. A.
463 Patterson, George G. S. Captain A.D.C. to G.O.C. Malaya
464 Priest, Walter S. Captain O.C. Main Supply Depot, 11th S.I.S., R.I.A.S.C.
465 Rutledge, Joseph S. Captain O.C., 2nd Coy., 9th Indian Div. Signals, R.C.S.
466 Sewell, Edward R. H. Captain Tp. Comdr, Lanarkshire Yeomanry (155th Fld Regt.) R.A.
467 Tabeart, Charles Fred Captain Intelligence, Malaya Command
468 Wildey, John J.P.A. Captain 43rd Res. M.T. Coy, RASC
469 Wright, James I. Captain 2nd in Command, 36th Fortress Coy. R.E.
470 Archer, Derrek R. Lieut. Tp. Commdr, 73rd Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
471 Barratt, John J. B. H. Lieut. Coy. Off., 1st Manchesters.
472 Barton, Laurence L.E. Lieut. C.P.O., 464th Battery, 188th Fld. Regt., R.A.
473 Bew, George J. Lieut. Lt. (Q.M.) 9th and 11th Div. Signals, R.C.S.
474 Bladen, Norman H. Lieut. Tp Sub. "A" Tp., 63/81 Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
475 Burns, Kenneth K.S. Lieut. Tp. Leader, 512th Battery, 148 (AY) Fld. Regt. R.A.
476 Butters, Kenneth K. Lieut. Coy. Off., 19th (Royal Bombay) Fld. Coy., Indian Engrs.
477 Channon, Wilfred W. H. Lieut. Coy. Comdr, 4th Norfolks
478 Cooper, Charles J. Lieut. Asst. G.P.O., 73rd Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R. A.
479 Davies, Eric E. B. Lieut. Intelligence Off., R.H.Q., 80th A. T. Regt., R.A.
480 Fortt, Guy W. Lieut. Co. Comdr., 1st Bn., 13th Frontier Force Rifles.
481 Ford, Geoffrey R. Lieut. Tp. Comdr, 273rd A. T. Battery, 80th A. T. Regt., R. A.
482 France, Brian B. A. Lieut. Tp. Leader, "C" Tp., "B" Battery, 155th (L.Y.) Regt. R.A.
483 Gibson, Herbert H. Lieut. Ord. Off., K.R.O.C.
484 Hancock, Donald H. Lieut. O.C., "B" Cable Sect., 11th Div. Signals, R.C.S.
485 Horner, Joseph E. Lieut. Lt. (Q.M.), 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
486 Hill, Harry H. Lieut. M.T.O., Adv. Base. O.D. 1st K.O.C.
487 Hinton, George N. Lieut. G.P.O., "C" Tp., "B" Battery, 155th (L.Y.) Regt. R.A.
488 Hudson, Horace A. Lieut. Lt. (QM), 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
489 Hugo, James W. Lieut. Lt. (QM), 155th (L.Y.) Fld Regt., R.A.
490 Kepple, Martin M. Lieut. Sig. Off., 155th (L.Y.), Fld Regt., R.A.
491 Marsden, Eric C. Transfd from Shirakawa –destination Unknown 11-4-43 Lieut. Sig. Off., 5th Fld. Regt., R. A.
492 McKnight, James J. B. Lieut. Sig. Off., 80th A.T. Regt., R. A.
493 McLean, Ian G. Lieut. ACPO, "B" Battery, 155th (L.Y.) Fld. Regt., R.A.
494 Murray, Alexander E. Lieut. Jr., Sect. Off., 3rd Corps Signals, R.C.S.
495 Porteous., Patrick B. Lieut. Tp. Comdr, 215th Battery, 80th A. T. Regt., R.A.
496 Ratcliffe, Harold C. Lieut. "A" Tp. Comdr., 63/81st Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
497 Scobie, James R. Lieut. Jr. Off., "D" Sect., 9th/11th Div. Signals, R.C.S.
498 Stonor, Ian I. W. Lieut. A.D.C. to G.O.C., Malaya
499 Thurgood, Laurence L. Lieut. Off. In Chg., R.E. Stores, Singapore.
500 Witcombe, Arthur A. V. Lieut. O.C., Malaya Fld. Park Coy., R.E.
501 Young, William W. R. Lieut. Coy. Off., 46th (QVO Madras) Army Troops Coy., I.E.
502 Armstrong, Stanley F. Lieut. Tp. Comdr., "D" Tp. 73rd Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
503 Beecroft, Thomas F. Lieut. Tp. Leader, 73rd Battery, 5th Fld. Regt. R. A.
504 Brown, John G. N. Lieut. G.P.O., 5th Fld. Regt., R. A.
505 Burton, Charles C.I.R. Lieut. A.D.C. to G.O.C., 11th Indian Div.
506 Comfort, Roy R. C. Lieut. Coy. Off., Reece Bn., 18th Div.
507 Davies, Keith B. Lieut. G.P.O., "A" Tp., 63rd/81st Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
508 Field, Brian B. E. Lieut. Tp. Leader., 420th Battery, 148th (BV) Fld. Regt., R. A.
509 Gillette, Trevor H. Lieut. M.T.O., 16th Fld. Amb. R.I.A.S.C.
510 Hogshaw, Eric B. Lieut. G.P.O., "B" Tp., 63rd/81st Battry, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
511 Knight, Eric W. Lieut. Survey Off., 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
512 Mason, Geoffrey P. Lieut. Wagon Line Off., 63rd/81st Battery, 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
513 Pilkington, Alfred J. Lieut. Coy. Off., 15th (Q.V.D.)(Madras) Fld. Coy., I.E.
514 Piper, David T. Lieut. Coy. Off., 449th Jats, I.A.
515 Rigden, Leon L. F. Lieut. Actg. T.M.O., Malaya Command Signals.
516 Speight, Geoffrey G.D. Lieut. B.O.W.- R.A.O.C.
517 Trahern, Cecil C. Lieut. GPO, "D" Tp., 73rd Battery, 5th Regt., R.A.
518 Cresswell, Jack S. Sgt. 155th Fld. Regt., R.A., Malaya
519 Henderson, Samuel Sgt. 155th Fld. Regt., R.A., Malaya
520 McAusland, John Sgt. 80th A.T. Regt., R.A., Malaya
521 Mitchell, George H. Bomb’r’d’r 155th Fld. Regt., R.A., Malaya
522 Motley, Ronald L. Corp. 155th Fld. Regt., R.A., Malaya
523 Adams, John Gunner 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
524 Bottomley, Harold Gunner 5th Fld. Regt., R.A.
525 Briggs, Leonard Gunner 80th A. T. Regt., R. A.
526 Clack, Eric A. Signlmn R.C.O.S. Sig. Sect., Att 155th Fld. Regt., R.A.
527 Callan, Ronald Gunner 155th Fld. Regt., R.A.
528 Campion, Frederick G. Signlmn Sig. Sect., Att. 80th A.T. Regt., R. A.
529 Cant, Benjamin Gunner 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
530 Fisher, Frederick C. Gunner 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
531 Hanford, Dennis Signlmn Sig. Sect., Att. 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
532 Harrison, Victor Gunner 272nd Battery, 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
533 Kerton, Ronald H.N. Gunner 80th A. T. Regt., R.A.
534 Lapsley, Robert Gunner 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
535 Lindsay, James Gunner 272nd Battery, 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
536 Mulliner, Eric Signlmn Royal Corps of Signals, Malaya
537 Myson, Ernest Gunner 215th Battery, 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
538 Roberts, Arthur Signlman Royal Corps of Signals, Malaya
539 Sheppard, Edward Died Shirakawa 1-11-44 Buried P.W. cemetery Gunner 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
540 Smith, George H.W. Signlmn Royal Corps of Signals, Malaya.
541 Standhope, Edgar T. Gunner 155th Fld Regt., R.A.
542 Rosenwald, Peter J. Captain Artillery Det., Palembang, Sumatra
543 Van der Broeke, Cybrand Lieut. Infantry Det., Palembang, Sumatra
544 Bykerk, Reins (see also No. 377) Corp. (Transf. fr. Karenko to Haito 5-5-43. Rejoined Shirakawa 8-20-43 NEI Military Police
545 Volten, Hendrik Lieut. Comdr Sig. Off., H. M. Destroyer "Evertensen", R.N.N.
546 Koot, Johannes Lieut. Navy Examination Officer, Samaramg

547

Klooster, Thomas ter Lieut. Flying Boat Squadron VI, Naval Observer
  Arrived at Shirakawa October 13, 1943 from P.O.W. Camp No. 2, Taiwan    
548 Norris, Ralph S. L. Bombd’r 419th Battery, 145th Field Regt., R.A.
  Arrived at Shirakawa November 3, 1943 from Java    
549 Dodson, T A. Capt. FA Field Artillery, U.S.A.
550 Levitt, H A. (R ) Ensign Comm. Off., U.S.S. "Houston"
551 Ferrey, J. P. Lieut A.C. Air Corps, U.S.A.
552 Pedersen, H A. Civ. Captain S.S. "Union Leader" USMM
553 Dalley, J.D. Lieut. Col. General List, British Army
554 Dobbin, R. W. Lieut. Col. Royal Artillery
555 Chapman, A. W. Capt. 15th Punjab I.A., Indian Army
556 Noble, C. H. Gp Capt. R.A.F.
557 Franklin, W. H. Wing Comdr R.A.F., Singapore
558 King, T. Wing Comdr R.A.F., Singapore
559 Jauncey, E. Pvt. R.A.F., Singapore
560 Statius-Muller, G.J. F. From Shirakawa to unknown Destination 10-1-44 Maj.Gen. (RTD) Royal Dutch Indies Army Engineers.
561 Allirol, J. Lieut. Col. Infantry, R.D.I.A.
562 Drost, K. Lieut. Col. Infantry, RDIA
563 Waal, S. De Lieut. Col. Infantry, RDIA
564 Elzenga, L.F. Died Shirakawa 6-12-44 Major Fin. Off., RDIA
565 Sjoers, H. Capt. Infantry, RDIA
566 Solkesz, J. H. Capt. Royal Dutch Navy
567 Veenhuys, G. J. B. Lieut. Marines, RDN
568 . Posthumus, R. Died Shirakawa 9-22-44 Col. (Rtd) Infantry, RDIA
569 Joel, H.F. Civ. Java Newspaper Correspondent
570 Lyneham, E. D. Lieut. Col. Australian Imperial Forces
571 Beaney, H.F. Major Australian Imperial Forces
572 Bindeman, I. W. Capt. Chaplain, AIF
573 Fraser, H. L. Capt. AIF
574 Hammon, J. D. C. Capt. AIF
575 Davis, R. H. Wing Comdr Royal Australian Air Force
576 Diamond, O.N. Flight Lieut. Royal Australian Air Force
577 Downer, S. F. Flight Lieut. R.A.F.
578 Sjoe, Yoe Po Capt. Artillery RDIA
579 Julian, E. Sqdn leader RAF, New Zealand
580 Blasdale, E.J. Signlmn R.C.S., 11th Div., Malaya
  British Officers who arrived at Shirkawa June 28, 1944 from Taichou, Taiwan    
581 Moore, T.W. Major C.O., 270th Battery, 80th A.T. Regt., R.A.
582 Davies, G. P. Capt. Co. Commander, 18th Bn. Reconnaissance Corps
583 Thorpe, N.S. Capt. Co. Commander, 1/5 Bn. Sherwood Foresters
584 Bellamy, J. Lieut. Plat. Comdr. 1/5 Bn Sherwood Foresters
585 Campbell, M.G. Lieut. Sect. Off., 2nd H.K.S. – R.A.
586 Carter, W. W. Lieut. Troop Comdr, 125 A.T. Regt. RA
587 Hollick, J. A. Lieut. Plat. Comdr, 18th Bn., Reconnaissance Corps.
588 Smith, P.D. Lieut. Troop Comdr, 148th Field Regt., RA
589 Thomas, E. B. Lieut. Garrison Engr, C.R.E., Alexandria
590 Wickham, J.H.D. Lieut. Sect. Off., 41st Fortress Coy., RE
591 Balfour, W. M. Lieut. Sect. Off., 45th Army Troops Coy., Bombay Sappers & Miners
592 Buchanan, B. McD. Lieut. Sect. Off., 288th (Att to 251st) Field Pack Coy., R.E.
Note: Total no. prisoners given numbers = one less than last number – because the numbers 377 and 544 were held by the same man (Cpt. Bykerk-Dutch) whose correct number is now 544. 10-3-44 Total losses 127 Present (591-127) 464 10-6-44 464-22 = 442        

Mrs. Victoria Lilly, November 16, 1942 820 Hay St., Fayetteville, North Carolina:

My dearest Victoria: To be able to write a letter to you is indeed a privilege. I am informed by Japanese authorities that we will be allowed to write more letters and you may be sure that I will write as often as I can, although as you are well aware, There are a number of things I should like to tell you which for military reasons are not permitted. For example I cannot tell you where I am or mention the names of any other prisoners of war. A few days ago we were permitted to prepare radio messages which we were told would be broadcast orally by short wave from somewhere in Japan. My message, limited to 100 words was as follows: "Glad to have this chance to send you a message. I am safe and well, so do not worry. Know you are taking good care of my babies. Please take care of your dear self. Am in a beautiful place with wonderful climate. Am expecting letters sent care of Information Section, Prisoners of War, Tokyo, through International Red Cross, Geneva. Keep in touch with Frances. If possible, send package with powdered milk, candy and tobacco. I will write in few days. Love to Betty Ann, Teddy, Tori, Mother, Frances, and to you my dearest" I now weigh about 132 pounds and am quite well. A package will be appreciated when you can send one. I need concentrated foods. In addition to the things I listed I should also like to have one or two desks of cards, preferably celluloid, which will last longer. You have probably kept in touch with Washington and can get information about packages from that source. The last letter from you was received in late November 1941, and your radiogram acknowledging receipt of package came to me in the field about the middle of last December. Did little Tori receive the cribbage board and deck of cards I sent her? I am using the Fayetteville address because I thought, under the circumstances, your Atlanta address might vary – and Frances will always know where to forward mail to you. I am worried about your health and find myself wondering if you are taking proper care of yourself. I hope you have seen Dr. Duncan and followed his advice. If not I implore you to do so. I wrote to you last March and had reasonable assurance that my letter would get off on a submarine. I hope you got it. I trust that my allotments have reached you and that you have tried to save something each month in case of emergency. Here is the schedule of my allotments. Any variation should be taken up with the Chief of Finance, U.S. Army, Washington. Just before outbreak of hostilities I received a radiogram from Washington confirming a $350.00 allotment to you. Later I found I could allot more, so increased this to $395.94 out of my Feb ’42 pay, which should have begun on March 1st. Then when I was promoted to full colonel on Feb 20 ’42 I increased it again to $435.00 beginning out of my March ’42 pay, which should have begun on April 1, 1942. If payments have not followed this schedule you should write to the Chief of Finance, US Army, Washington. By the way, you will be glad to hear that I commanded the 57th Inf from Jan 30 to the end. We had a fine record and the scouts proved themselves real fighters. The last letter I received from you came during the later part of November, ’41. I hope Mother is well. Naturally, I thought of her on Nov 10 – and Helen on the 11th – Give them both my love. Hope Helen has gotten her affairs in order and is living along more conventional lines now. Hope you have not been forced to double up with her. You and the children are constantly in my thoughts. Hope B.A. has been having a nice year at Athens and managed to do some work as well as have a good time. Did she get to West Point last Xmas? – and who is he o. & o. now? Tell Teddy I am counting on him to take care of my girls in my absence. I know he is a fine big boy now & a great help to you. Tell him I have not forgotten our agreement & have been trying my best to live up to my part of it. As for the "baby" I have been trying to visualize her progress with her music. The other night I heard several phonograph records by some well known pianist and it made my arms ache to take little Tori and give her a big hug. I have executed a letter granting you Power of Attorney which you may not need to use, but it will be a protection for you if you need it. Hope the car is running all right. Since it is in my name, it will take something like this Power of Attorney to give you complete control (which, of course, I want you to have). It also includes several other things as you will see. Do not surrender it to anyone. If necessary have one or more photostatic copies made. This could be done at small cost.


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