The Soldier's Details

Surname:
Stewart
First Name:
Reginald Harry
Rank:
Lance Corporal
Regimental #:
WX7324
Classification:
Cook
Company:
‘D’ Company Headquarters
Enlisted:
6.08.1940
Discharged:
13.03.1946
DOB:
30.01.1913
Place of Birth:
London, England
Father's Name:
Donald Stewart
Mothers's Name:
Florence Marie Stewart
Religion:
Church of England
Pre-war Occupation:
Pastry Cook
Singapore:
Selarang Camp Changi
Force:
‘ A’ Force Burma Green Force, No. 3 Battalion
Camps Thailand:
Tamarkan, Nakom Nayok, Bangkok
Camps Burma:
Reptu 30km Camp
POW#:
2900
Return Details 1945:
Thailand-Singapore by aircraft, Singapore-Fremantlle HMT Moreton Bay.

General Description

L Cpl Reginald Harry Stewart WX7324 in centre
L Cpl Reginald Harry Stewart WX7324 in centre

 

Soldier was wounded in action at Buona Vista on 15/2/1942. Admitted to 2/9th Field Ambulance with a shrapnel would to right thigh. Discharged to unit on 27/4/1942.

 

Back: L-R Clarrie McDonald, Joe Pearce, George Neville, R. Anderson, ?, Ralph Williams, ? Front: L-R Clive (Potty) White, Charles Fielder, Jim Basel, Reg Stewart, Roy Matthews, Pommie Para, Sid Webb, N. Simmonds
Nakom Nayok    Back: L-R Clarrie McDonald, Joe Pearce, George Neville, R. Anderson, ?, Ralph Williams, ?
Front: L-R Clive (Potty) White, Charles Fielder, Jim Basell, Reg Stewart, Roy Matthews, Pommie Para, Sid Webb, N. Simmonds

 

 

 

L Cpl Reginald Harry Stewart WX7324 Poem "To the Memory of the 2/4th Machine Gunners" penned by M.G. Stewart, wife of R.H. Stewart
L Cpl Reginald Harry Stewart WX7324
Poem “To the Memory of the 2/4th Machine Gunners” penned by M.G. Stewart, wife of R.H. Stewart

 

 

 

Camp Locations:

  • Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
  • Nakom Nayok, Nakhon Nayok - Thailand
  • Tamarkan, Tha Makham 56k - Thailand
  • Reptu, Retphaw, 30Kilo 385k - Burma
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