To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

Royal Army Ordinance Corps-tn


Lieutenant Colonel

Frederic Gerald Hayes

Oak Leaf Award - Mentioned in Dispatches


Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Cdg. 14 Sec.

1940 April 1st - Promotion to 2nd Lt. (London Gazette 34861 page 3266)

1946 August - Lt. Colonel Announcement (London Gazette 37671 page 3921)


Japanese PoW

IJA No:-


Date of Birth:-

19th July 1905

Date of Death:-

17th July 1943

Date of Sickness:-

30th June 1943

Cause of Death:-

Amoebic Dysentery.

Place of Death:-

Hospital, Tarsao, Thailand

Place of Burial:-

Grave No 31, No 2 Cemetery, Tasao, Thailand

Buried by:-

Rev. C.E. Alcock, C.F


4th Bn Royal Norfolk Regt.

Present at Burial:-

Lt.Col Johns, 1/8th Punjab Regt.

From H6 Officers Party Report :- The first casualty for evacuation was Lieut Col. F.G. Hayes, RAOC. The case was diagnosed on 30/6/43 as acute appendicitis and he was evacuated to hospital at TARSO. There was no ambulance available and he had to be carried some 8 miles by a volunteer party of officers as stretcher-bearers. This officer subsequently died of amoebic dysentery in hospital at TARSO on 17/7/43.

St Lukes Cemetery Tarsao 1

St Lukes Cemetery, Tarsao (No 2)

Tasao nr1-2 - Eng-1


Loved Ones

Son of Frederick Thomas Hayes and Beatrice Hayes; husband of Dorothy F. Hayes, of Cuffley, Hertfordshire.



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