The Soldier's Details
- First Name:
- Nick Name:
- Regimental #:
- Temporary Batman/Runner
- Battalion Headquarters
- Place of Birth:
- Driffield, Gloucestershire, England
- Father's Name:
- Robert Pilmoor
- Mothers's Name:
- Sarah Pilmoor
- Pre-war Occupation:
- Selarang Camp Changi
- ‘A’ Force Burma, Green Force No. 3 Battalion
- Camps Thailand:
- Tamarkan, Chungkai, Kanchanaburi, Ratburi, Lopburi, Nacompaton, Bangkok
- Return Details 1945:
- Bangkok-Singapore by aircraft; Singapore-Fremantle, HMT Moreton Bay
Soldier was selected for Japan but missed the draft due to appendicitis.
Tom Pilmoor was a Fairbridge Farm boy. He arrived in Australia from England with older brother Robert on 3/10/1928. Tom was 11 years old and Robert 13 years. Tom was housed in Livingstone. He was a student at Fairbridge for 5 years before being sent to work.
From 1933 to 1936 Tom was working for W. Green Esq., Mt Barker.
Matson WX16347 & Tom Pilmoor
Mavis & Tom Pilmoor.
Below: Harry Blakiston and Tom Pilmoor 1985 Anzac Day Reunion
L-R McGhee, Mary Kemp, Tom Pilmoor, Les Kemp, Beryl Beattie
Trevor James, Jim Burns, Alf Worth, John Lane, Des Colevas, Bob Whitield, Joe Pearce (rear), Tom Pilmoor (front), Owen Morris, Jim Elliott, Ron Badock, Gordon Lynam.
Below: Pilmoor family Anzac Day 2004.
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Tom passed away aged 88yrs, September 12, 2006, at Jane Brooke, WA.
- Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
- Chungkai, 60k - Thailand
- Kanchanaburi, 50k - Thailand
- Lopburi - Thailand
- Nacompaton, Nakom Pathom Hospital - Thailand
- Ratburi, Ratchaburi- Thailand
- Tamarkan, Tha Makham 56k - Thailand