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George William Holmes


Royal Army Ordnance Corps



George Holmes was one of eight siblings, living in Brunswick Road, Poplar, Middlesex. George worked in a factory, his trade was metal work. When WWII started, the factory changed to make munitions so George did not have to go to war, but he felt like he was letting the side down and signed up for the army. George was married to Edna Clara Holmes ( Farley) just three weeks before going to war.


Japanese POW

Captured Singapore

Worked on the Thailand-Burma Railway



Age: 27

21st August 1943

Died from dysentery while working on the Thaiand-Burma Railway


Loved Ones

Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes

Husband of Edna Clara Holmes, of Thatcham, Berkshire



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