To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

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Bernard Philip Pearce


1908/03/20 - Born Fareham, Hampshire

Son of Henry and Emmeline Pearce

Occupation Outfitters Manager

Royal Army Service Corps

42nd Field Park Company

Supply Personnel Section


1942/04/03 - WO 417/41, Casualty List No. 788. Reported Missing

1943/06/14 - WO 417/62, Casualty List No. 1160. Previously shown on Casualty List No. 788 as Missing, 15/02/1942. Now a PoW


Japanese PoW

1942/02/15 - Captured Singapore

PoW No. I 4962

Japanese Index Card - Side One


Japanese Index Card - Side Two


1943/05/13 - Transported overland to Thailand in ‘H’ Force

80th train from Singapore to Thailand

Commander Lt-Col. R.R. Humphries, RA, 77 H.A.A. Regiment

New PoW No. V 8451

1943/06/21 - Kanu Jungle Camp, Thailand

1943/08/05 - Admitted to hospital Hintok River Camp

1943/08/07 - Died from Cholera



7th August 1943

Cause of Death Cholera at Hintok River Camp

Buried Grave 20, 5/6A Cemetery

After the war Bernard was buried in a Commonwealth Cemetery


1945/12/10 - WO417/100, Casualty List No. 1932. Previously shown on Casualty List No. 1914 and No. 1160 as reported Prisoner of War. Previous Theatre of War, Malaya. Name correction. Died


Loved Ones

Son of Henry F. Pearce and Emmeline L. Pearce, of Fareham, Hampshire



Chungkai Cemetery

9. J. 10.

Pearce-Bernard-Philip Chunkai War Cemetery Plan

Chungkai War Cemetery



Angela Skelcher

Japanese Transports

Thailand-Burma Railway

KEW:- WO 361/1633, WO 361/1631/1, WO 361/1633/2, WO 361/2053, WO 345/40, WO 367/3, WO 361/1948, WO 361/2063, WO 361/2070, WO 361/2233,  WO 361/1504, WO 361/2234,


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