To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

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James Calderwood


Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

2nd Battalion



James married Constance Mary Marshall,  a nurse from the Tan-Tock Seng Hospital in singapore, around 1941 they had a daughter whom they named Marion (Marion Kathleen Calderwood) after James mother.


Japanese POW

Captured Singapore

Transported on the Hofuku Maru to Japan



Age: 31

21st September 1944

James died when the Hofuku Maru, in which he was being transported, was sunk by planes from an American Aircraft Carrier, 80 miles north of Corregidor.


Loved Ones

Husband of Constance Mary Calderwood, of Lee, London.

Father of Marion



Column 80.



Connie and her daughter Marion were repatriated to Singapore in 1946. The Repatriation Office then at 29 Chesham Place, London gave her passage on the S.S. Boschfontein sailing from Southampton on 22 June 1946 to Singapore.

Donald Walker  would dearly like to make contact with Connie or Marion


''Our Thanks are for being a Chapter in Life.''




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