His service record:
After the allied surrender on 15 Feb 1942, the POWs were taken to Changi and then marched to Burma. He "died of illness whilst POW (ulcers)" on 2 Dec 1943.
"Convicts weren't kept in a prison, they were assigned out to settlers or the government to work.
Your Charles was an exile which means that he had served a part of his sentence in England and considered worthy of a ticket of leave…"
After you open the record have a look on the right hand side of the page and you will see 'Title', 'Contents range', 'Series number' etc. There are symbols under that block of text for Twitter, Facebook,…"
"Coincidentally I was just reading the enquiry about the immigration of his first wife so I know who you are talking about : )
The notation 'Trade - Glove Webber' is exactly that. If you have a look at the 1911 census for Corsham you…"
"http://soda.naa.gov.au/record/4430835/1 (2 sides of one card}
Byron was born in 1931 so he cannot have served in WW2. He joined the Navy in July 1950 at the age of 19. I don't know why you can't see his record. Just…"
Hello. My name is Reli and i am helping my friend. His father has been living for 20 years in Australia from 1938 until to 1958. His father was called Ilia Ilia (Elias) ll and has worked in a tabacco factory in Brisbane and maybe he has performed military. I would like to know if his father might be an Australian citizen.
All the goods, Reli
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