The Soldier's Details
- First Name:
- Kevin George
- Nick Name:
- Regimental #:
- ‘C’ Company
- Place of Birth:
- Collie, Western Australia
- Father's Name:
- Charles John Moir
- Mothers's Name:
- Agnes Theresa Moir
- Roman Catholic
- Pre-war Occupation:
- Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Collective Grave, Plot 1, Row Q, Grave 2-78, Age 24.
- Selarang Camp and Barracks Changi
- ‘D’ Force Thailand, S Battalion
- Camps Thailand:
- Tarsau, Konyu II, Hintok
- Cause of Death:
- Place of Death:
- Hintok River Camp
- Date of Death:
- Grave No. 83, Hintok River Camp
Wounded in action at Hill 200, Ulu Pandan on 12.2.1942, receiving a gunshot wound to the arm.
Kevin Moir was selected in Singapore to work on the Burma-Thai Railway with ‘D’ Force S Battalion which left Singapore by train 14 March 1943. He was detached to O and P Battations. Their first working camp Konyu II – working on the Hellfire Pass Cutting. Kevin was sent to Hintok River Camp from Kanyu II.
He died of Cholera 7 Aug 1943 at Hintock. He was 24 years old.
Kevin Moir is remembered at the Collie War Memorial.
- Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
- Hintok River Camp, 158k - Thailand
- Tarsau, Tha Sao 125k - Thailand
- Kanu 111, Kannyu, 152.50km - Thailand