The Soldier's Details

Surname:
Walsh
First Name:
Leo Patrick
Nick Name:
Squasher
Rank:
Private
Regimental #:
WX8776
Company:
‘B’ Company
Enlisted:
23.10.1940
DOB:
23.03.1907
Place of Birth:
Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
Father's Name:
Joseph George Walsh
Mothers's Name:
Mary Frances Walsh
Religion:
Roman Catholic
Pre-war Occupation:
Locksmith
Memorial:
Epitaph, Labuan Memorial, Panel 19, Age 36.
Singapore:
Selarang Camp Changi
Force:
‘A’ Force Burma, Green Force, No. 3 Battalion
Camps Thailand:
Tamarkan
Camps Burma:
Victoria Point (26/6/44), Tavoy (9/8/42, Ye, THanbuyazet (2/3-14/3/43) Meiloe 75k, 105k
POW#:
1512
Japan:
Rakuyo Maru Party, Kumi No. 35
Cause of Death:
Lost at Sea
Place of Death:
South China Sea
Date of Death:
12.09.1944

General Description

Leo Walsh & others cattle truck Birdum to Darwin 400mls 25 men to truck
Leo Walsh & others cattle truck Birdum to Darwin 400mls 25 men to truck

 

Daily L & Walsh LP
Leo Walsh and Lou Daily

 

Leo Walsh
Leo Walsh

 

Daily & maters visit Kalgoorlie/Boulder February 1941
Kalgoorlie/Boulder February 1941

 

WALSH, Private, LEO PATRICK, WX8776, A.I.F. 2/4 M.G. Bn., Australian Infantry. 12 September 1944. Age 36. Son of Joseph George and Mary Francis Walsh; husband of Thelma Rose Walsh, of Shenton Park, Western Australia. Panel 19.

Labuan Memorial, Malaysia.

Walsh Leo Patrick
Walsh Leo Patrick

Camp Locations:

  • Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
  • Tamarkan, Tha Makham 56k - Thailand
  • Aungganaung,105Kilo - Burma
  • Meilo, 75 Kilo, 340k - Burma
  • Tavoy (Dawei) - river port - Burma
  • Thanbyuzayat, 415k - Burma
  • Ye - Burma
  • Victoria Point, Kawthoung - Burma. \'A\' Force, Green Force No. 3 Btn
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