The Soldier's Details

Surname:
Morgan
First Name:
Alfred John
Nick Name:
Johnny
Rank:
Private
Regimental #:
WX9233
Classification:
Rangetaker
Company:
'D' Company
Enlisted:
30.10.1940
Discharged:
9.01.1946
DOB:
17.01.1919
Place of Birth:
Katanning, Western Australia
Father's Name:
James Alfred Morgan
Mothers's Name:
Mary Ann Edith Morgan
Religion:
Church of England
Pre-war Occupation:
Grocer’s Assistant and Clerk
Singapore:
Selarang Camp Changi; Johore Bahru; Adam Park; Selarang Barracks Changi
Force:
‘D’ Force Thailand, S Battalion
Camps Thailand:
Kanu II , Hintok Road Camp, Hintok River Camp, Kinsaiyok, Tamuang, Konkoita, Hindato (landslide on track), Kinsaiyok, Tamarkan, Chungkai, Kachu Mountain Camp, Petchaburi, Nakom Nayok, Lopburi, Nakom Nayok, Bangkok.
POW#:
3/ 8762 and 8816
Return Details 1945:
Bangkok-Singapore by aircraft; Singapore-Fremantle, HMT Moreton Bay

General Description

John Moran
John Morgan of No. 13 Platoon, ‘D’ Coy.
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L-R Johnny Morgan & George Neville.

 

Read the story of Joe Pearce and John Morgan’s return to Singapore.

And D Company

Camp Locations:

  • Adam Park Camp - Singapore
  • Johore Bahru, - Malaysia
  • River Valley Road Camp - Singapore
  • Selarang Barracks Changi - Singapore
  • Selarang Camp Changi - Singapore
  • Chungkai, 60k - Thailand
  • Hintok, 154k - Thailand
  • Hintok River Camp, 158k - Thailand
  • Kanu II, 152.30k - Thailand
  • Kinsaiyok Main, 170.2k - Thailand
  • Lopburi - Thailand
  • Nakom Nayok, Nakhon Nayok - Thailand
  • Petchaburi - Thailand
  • Tamarkan, Tha Makham 56k - Thailand
  • Tamuang, Tha Muang 39k - Thailand
  • Kachau Mountain Camp - Thailand
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