To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”



Ernest Edward Lawrence Warwick


Suffolk Regiment

4th Battalion


Japanese POW

Aged 23 he was captured in Singapore and spent 3 years and eight months a prisoner, working on the infamous Siam to Burma railway.


Ever since Ernest had nightmares of this torturous time, and in 1985 he wrote the novel Tamajeo 241 as a dedication to his fallen comrades, and for the world to know the truth.



Aged 90

14th January 2009.

Ernest was a survivor and battled to the end, as we all know any one that survived the Death Railway had to be made of a strong constitution.

The family are very proud of Ernest and will miss him terribly.


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




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