e-mail me if you would like an entry put on this page.
YOU FOUND SOMEONE YOU HAVE LOST CONTACT WITH?
ME WITH YOUR SUCCESS STORIES, THAT IS WHAT THIS SITE IS ABOUT. RE-UNITING LOST MATES.
Maybe you could add this to your webpage on lost contacts successes, About
seven years ago you helped me find a old friend from 11 Indep field Sqn RE
Peter Keddie and others with your site, this gave me encouragement to look
for more old friends and I decided to try and organize a reunion well this
year 2011 in May I am organizing our fourth reunion and we have 75 old
comrades coming along and with the ladies 139, some are coming from
Australia, Canada, Spain, and Germany.
But in total we are in touch with 158 men and every month find more.
And most will be proudly wearing the PJM with their medals and I put that
down to the help of the NMBVA.
Thank you Annie and the NMBVA for all the help you have given me.
Richard (Nobby) Clarke
- I was
wondering what happen to my mate Peter Clark i last saw him Feb 57,By
chance my daughter was on the net and she was going through my army info
and came across Pete name, after searching for a while managed to contract
him through his wife in 2008 we have met up several time since and we are
in regular contract by phone.
- It as
taken 51 years but it as been worth it.
Brian [ Alias Charlie] Grose
I have just been browsing the web site and came across your web page.
I understand you are interested in successful stories of reunions and
people finding each other.
We were all stationed in Singapore with 4 coy WRAC at Tanglin from 1965
to 1967. We have been successful in contacting several of our friends who
were stationed in Singapore at the same time.
We have a yearly reunion dinner in October and last year a few of us
made the trip back to Singapore to visit our old barracks and go down
memory lane. We all got very emotional when we saw our old barracks. Today
it is derelict and guarded. Do you remember the Phoenix NAAFI club on
Our names are Sally Lowman, Lesley Annable, Dawn Potter, Oillie Gerrard,
Toots, Nell Thompson. At the time we used to go about with guys from 95
We remember Singapore with very fond memories. When we returned last
year we couldnt believe how Singapore had changed even Boogie Street!!
My wife and I have
this weekend been up to Yorkshire to meet Pete Keddie and his wife.
Pete I had not seen for Forty-Four years he was Radio Operator in
the same section as myself in 11 Ind Field Sqn RE, this was only
achieved with your help and the first class web you run.
It goes without saying
we had a great time and talked long into the night with the help of
some Tiger Beer !
We are to meet again in
October at the 11 Sqn reunion in Bath and also meet up with the other
old friends that you have put us in touch with.
Many many thanks
Richard (Nobby) Clarke
finds Ronnie after 46 years
could be your story.
Are there still any ex 5
Platoon, B Company, Royal Lincolnshire Regt, Malaya 1955-56, out there.
Alan (Smudge) Smith
served during above dates with 10 Infantry Workshop, REME, Johore Bahru and
latterly when the unit moved to Bukit Timah Road Singapore. I was a signwriter
and during the Johore period (probably 1960) I completed a large sign for the
Jungle Warfare School (Kluang?). The Ghurkha officer who was in charge of the
group who came to collect the signboard was so pleased with the work that he
removed his cap badge and gave it to me. Of course some years later I lost the
badge when moving house and I would like to replace it. Can anyone tell me
what Ghurkha unit or Battalion would the officer have been in, and serving
with the Jungle Warfare School at that time.
My dad served with The Royal Suffolk Regiment in Malaya
He was doing his National Service.
My dad died in 1978, aged 46. Unfortunately he never spoke very much about his
time there, and so i know very little really.
I wonder whether any Veterans knew my Dad, his name was Robert George Waring...
"Pongo" to his comrades apparently.
If you know of anyone who may have known him, or you get any contact/info about
him, then I would appreciate any contact or information.
Find a war veteran serving at camp Pang Amo, Sarawak during Malaysian Indonesian
Confrontation. His No. is CN/AA0342; MMS 1959
Earle Fox (Eddie) served in Malaya with 42 Commando Royal Marines 1950 - 1953.
He would like to hear from anyone who remembers him (also from 42's previous
posting in Hong Kong) - please contact me and I will pass on your messages.
you guys in and around Halifax area I'm looking for any info on the whereabouts
of Ken Owen/s last known address 39 Whitegate Terrace Siddall in 1960 Ken served
with me in 656 Sqdn Army Air Corp in K.L Malaya 57/60. He is the last one
of the gang I've to find so come on guys I'm relying on you for info. Must be
some relations in the area.
writing this email to find out as much as I can about my Father who served in
Malaya in 1957 with the Royal Army Medical Corp .
have my fathers military history upto 1961 when he left the army..
have a number of photo's of my father that were taken whilst he was in Malaya
including such pictures of the Batu Caves for instance ..
am one of two sons and I have decided that I want to trace his footsteps and try
and visit all the places that my father would have stayed at and in particular
all of the the barracks were he would have been stationed , therefore I would
like as much information of the location of the barracks in Malaya and whether
they are still there to be seen ?
visiting Malaysia for 14 days , starting on the 01/09 so I am compiling as much
information as I can see before I fully plan my trip ..
am staying in Kuala Lumpur to visit Batu Caves plus other areas and then I will
travel the rest of Malaysia including Penang hoping to find the places that my
dad stayed ..
dad's trip to Malaya was shortened because his father became ill back in the
UK and he died prior to my father getting home via Singapore ..
would just like someone to be able to help me with my search and pinpoint the
regions and the areas that he walked and served in , it will be emotional trip
for me but one I feel that my deceased father is worthy of and his son is proud
of what he achieved in his military service.
help if you can on anything small or large ..
!st Dragoon Guards Malaya 1956-58
- My Name is Bill Cook
(Geordie) Looking for any Lads I served with in Malaya 1956-58 ,Stationed at
Magedee Barracks Johor Baru I was in A Squadron 1st Dragoon Guards and was
captain of the football team we won the cup for the Squadron.
- I was a Saracen Driver
apart from other trades and was attached to the so called sports section with
Boxers etc., Travelled through the Suez canal on the good ship Dinera to Nee
- Nice to here from other
misfits Remember the red ants on sweeps and you will know what I mean?
desperately trying to trace Tom and Dot Cooper (RAF Seletar) from 1962 era, and
their son Melvin. They hailed from Yorkshire originally. Melvin would now be
about 60 y/o. Any assistance or lead would be really appreciated.
Len Eaton (ex Aust Army Signals. I also
had a lot to do with the two British Wolf Cub packs on Seletar at that time, any
contacts from there also welcome. Len (Australia) mob 061 0400242077
- I am trying
to find a friend of mine, who served with me, from 1959 to 1964 both in
Germany and Malaysia with the 1st Bn. KOYLI. I lost contact with him when I
left the Bn. to go to the Depot as an Instructor. His name is Billy Northover
Army No. 23707996, if anyone knows of him, please let me know.
John Malcolm Moore Ex KOYLI-KSLI/3LI
- 845 NAVAL AIR COMMANDO SQUADRON
- Whats wrong with all
you matelows cant find anyone on the websites I have searched.?
- I served on HMS Albion
1964/66 with 848 Squadron A Flight we got detached to Aden on our way out to
Singapore. Several months later we rejoined Albion in Singapore
after a pleasant cruise on the RFA Sir Galahad.We were once again detached to
RAF Labuan and then into the jungle at Bario whilst it was hard work they were
- At the time I was
L.E.M.(AIR) MAYALL aka SPEEDY Be pleased to hear from anyone who I may have
L.E.M.(Air) Mayall. L/061677 aka
- I know that this is a long shot but my Father is now
95 and speaks more and more about his time in the Army during WWII. His name
is Arthur Robert (Bob) Bridgeman, I know that he was in the 12th Lancers - 8th
Army through North Africa, then Malta and up into Italy. He speaks fondly of
an old mate who he only knows as 'Busty' Keene (not sure of the spelling). He
believes that this chap ran a hotel in Devon after the war, but lost contact
with him after that. If there are any old comrades out there who may remember
him, I'd love to hear from them and I know he would too.
- My father John MacKinnon, some times known as Jock
or Mac very sadly passed away on the 10th August this year, and I would dearly
love to find out as much as possible of his years in the Army particularly of
his service in the far east as there is very little information or
- He enlisted with the Army 4th Sept 1950 and served
with 22 Signal Regiment. His regimental number was 22295050. He served in
Singapore from 11 June 1957 to 18 June 1960 and then again from 15 May 1966 to
2 Nov 1968, he was also in Bahrain from 21 Jan 1969 to 12 Feb 1969.
- He received the GSM of clasp 'Malaya' and I suspect
that he served in the Malayan Emergency. I also believe that he served with
the Para's. He had a great admiration and fondness of the Gurkha's and I
believe that he worked a good deal with them.
- He was presented with a Kukris knife from 31
Sqn.G.T.R. so must have served time with them, there is no date to say when he
got the kukris, he was a Sgt when he received it.
- If anyone has any information about what my father
did or any photographs I would be extremely grateful, or even if you are able
to tell me where I can go to find out this information. I remember my Dad
mentioning Borneo and the Himalayas also.
- So if any one remembers or knew my Dad I would love
to hear or share those memories with them.
- Catterick 1957 to 1959
- I served a NCO instructor at 3 Squadron, 1TR. Royal
Signals, at Kemmel Lines, Catterick Garrison between 1957 and 1959.
- I would like to try to contact or hear from anyone
who either remembers me or who was there during that period.
- Many thanks in anticipation.
Finding Old Friends
- I served with HQ Malaya
in 1954 and I am trying to trace two others who served with me.
Firstly was John Patrick Fanning who was in the RASC and who I last heard
that on leaving the Army, had an Estate Agents In Cricklewood, which is now
Second was George Higginson who came from Wigston in Leicestershire. I cant
remember his regiment
I would be grateful for any information and also would love to hear from
anybody who remembers me
Ex 22899864 Cpl
Queeens Royal Regiment.
RAF Detachment Brunei 1965-66
- I would like to hear from anyone from the RAF
Detachment Brunei 1965-66. But I don't know how to go about it.
- Charlie Shearer was one, but I lost contact two
years ago, he was in the USA at the time.
- I am of course a member of the NMBVA.
Brown (RAF 1964-69)
- Hoogveldlaan 27
- 6135 JD Sittard
- 55 coy AD
- Does anyone remember
WARREN FOOT nick name WEASEL, he was in 55 coy in Malaya from about 1957 to
1959, he was good mates with me, John Clark and Jim Cotter, we would like to
make contact with him, Jim Cotter did see Warren outside his house in Wales,
about 20 years ago now, as he asked Jim for directions to the hospital, where
he was visiting a friend, Jim said to Warren I know you, but Warren said, no
you couldn't know me I come from London, it wasn't until sometime later Jim
remembered who he was, have looked for Warren Foot on 192 and BT phone book
but no luck so far.
- Thanks From
- Yesterday I reached the age of 65 and became nostalgic. I was a member
of the RAF Detachment to Brunei in 1965 to 1966, and would be interested to
know of any other surviving members.
- I married a Bruneian, and I have been back to Brunei many times since
1966. If anyone would like further information they can get in touch.
- My e-mail address:
- Home address:
- Hoogveldlaan 27
- 6135 JD Sittard
- Thanks all,
- Norman Brown (ex-SAC RAF)
- I'm trying to find anyone
who might have known Lt C.C.D. (Kit) Williams. National Service in Malaysia
during the emergency, jungle patrols, probably 1956-1959.
- My father DEREK COSGROVE served in Malaya with the
RAF, around 1954 or so. I am interested in seeing if anyone knew him. He later
went to Rhodesia ( Zimbabwe) and met my mother. He passed away at age 38 in a
car accident ( 3 January 1973) As I was only a baby, it would be great to
contact anyone who has photo's of him or info.
- Sharon ( New
if anyone knows my dad.
22927605 Maurice Crouch, served with 1st Bn West Yorkshire Regiment in Malaya,
1953 - 1955
- Wonder if you can help
me and my father. MY father served in 16 field ambulance in Malaya 1953 / 54.
His name is David Williams from Warminster Wiltshire and his Army number was
T22740270. He was a driver on a ambulance.
- We wish to know of
anyone that served with my father. He is now 76 years of age and is willing to
drive to meet some old friends. He has several photos of him and mates stood
by the ambulance, reg number 21RA33. Can you help
Steve Williams (Son)
- I would like to hear
from anyone who severed with 94(F) Sqdn. RAF MALAYA IN 1960- 62 or RAF(E) at
RAAF Butterworth at that time. My name is
Mike Brisley I was an MTMech(D)
- I spent the month of
August 1962 at RAF Gan.
am trying to find out more of the activities of my father whilst he was in
Malaya including Sitrep Reports. The information I have is as follows:-
Police Lt. Harry (Mac) Watson born in Leith, Edinburgh on 30th May 1917,
died 1st May 1998.
Served with the Federation of Malayan Police Force from 28th June 1951 to
23rd Sept 1957. His Police No. was 945.
Areas served in - Kajang (Sungei Lallang) - officer in charge of division
July 1951 to April 1954
Kampar - Area security group commander 1956 -
Awarded Federation Malayan Police Commendation medal for "White Area"
Wife - Betty - joined him in 1953 and Son - Michael joined him in 1954.
So far I have contacted, without success, the Police Museum in K.L. and I am
at the present moment a member of the Malayan Police Officers Association
through my father and until now have only made contact with one officer who
knew my father but he died before we could meet. I find that at the
present moment knowing that there were a large number of Police Officers in
Malaya during the Emergency at least one or two if not more even of the
O.C.P.D. sectors who did not know or meet him. He had to have reported, as I
know he did to K.L. Police Station on a weekly or monthly basis and the
O.C.P.D. there would have had to have met him at least once inclusive of the
intelligence officers. My father was a very successful Police Officer in
the job that he did with his team of S.C.s (special constables). They even
made a film of which I have photographs of him and his men called the
Spidermen by Picture Post. Unfortunately I do not have this film. This
was made whilst he was in Kajang.
I hope that the information I have given will be sufficient for your
readers and supply information that may help me to write my book that I am
map reproduction troop R E
- Looking for anyone
serving from 1954/1955 Gilman Barracks Singapore
Brown Nottingham Member
I am looking for Bob Palmer, Frank Mackenzie, who
served in 97 Bty in Borneo/Malaya,1965 and Mick Bamford from 42 marine commando.
- Request for information
about a great-uncle of mine. His details are:
- Birth Date:
11 Sep 1929
14 Sep 1949
- Place of death:
British Military Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
- Place of burial: Grave
no: 952 Cheras Road Cemetery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
- Overseas Service:
Far East Land Force 22 Apr 1948 to 14 Sept 1949
- Peter was a Gunner in the Royal
Artillery. His number - 21060436. Was posted to 15th Primary training centre
on 20 Nov 1947. Transferred to Royal Artillery and posted to 121 training
centre 3 Jan 1948. Posted to Depot 11 Mar 1948. Posted to 26th Field Regiment
28 May 1948. Died at British Military Kinrara.
would be nice to find anyone who knew him or was in the same regiment as him.
you for any help that you can give me.
I HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR AGES
TO FIND LAD'S I SERVED WITH AT NO 3 ARMY GUARD DOG UNIT IN SINGAPORE .BUT TO NO
AVAIL I DON'T THINK THEY HAVE PASSED AWAY OR I HOPE NOT. THERE NAMES ARE
D.ANCHOR'S FROM M/C S PEARSON STOCKPORT PTE SAVAGE STOCKPORT TALK ABOUT THE
GOOD TIMES WE HAD ON CAMP MY NAME IS J
My father was in Malaya 1956 ROYAL WELCH
his name is Owen Hugh Simon I would like to find out more about his time
there thanks David
Royal Signals. Pass Out
Parade Photograph 1965
For a very long time I
have been trying to obtain a copy of my Pass-Out parade photograph. Can anyone
please help? I joined the Royal Signals around Nov. 1964 and passed out with 7
Troop, 1 Squadron, 11th Signal Regiment at Helles Barracks, Catterick around
February 1965. Do you have a photograph that "Could Be"
the one that I search for which you could send to me? Best regards to all. Derek
- I was in 27 Coy RASC from 1958 to 1961. I was at KL until 6o/61 When
moved to Ipoh to run the Majestic Hotel for Army Families whilst Regiments
- I would love to hear from anyone there at the time. Lt Cosgrove and
Sgt Fred Jennings were two that I remember best, both of B platoon 27 Coy.We
were the platoon that went to North Borneo helping the Gurkhas Best wishes
Sgt Bill Flint.
- Trying to trace Bill McGee who was the squadron clerk with 15 Field
Squadron RAF Regiment, Telok Paku, RAF Changi 1962 - 1964
- Ian McMekan (surname at time of service Whyard) contact email
- Thank you
- HELLO AND "GREETINGS FROM SINGAPORE!!!"
- I served with the BRITISH ARMY DEPOT POLICE - FARELF (FAR EAST LAND
FORCES) from 26th August 1969 to 30th September 1971.
- Our unit HEADQUATERS was at 3 BASE ORDNANCE DEPOT in DEPOT ROAD, off
ALEXANDRA ROAD in front of the BRITISH MILITARY HOSPITAL, SINGAPORE.
- The HEADQUARTERS was on a slope in front of the BASE ORDNANCE DEPOT
(ARMY STORES). Just below our HQ was the RAOC PRINTING PRESS.
- My OFFICER COMMANDING at the time was MAJOR T.J.LEE, RMP and the
ADJUTANT was CAPTAIN RICHARD BURTON, RMP. From some records, I came to know
that the OFFICER COMMANDING before MAJOR T.J.LEE was MAJOR TOM JUKES, (1960 -
- I am trying to get in touch with any OFFICERS who have served in this
Unit, or anybody who know the history of the ARMY DEPOT POLICE. I believe
that this Auxilary Police Unit was in existence from 1953 to 1971.
- The other 2 Auxiliary Police Units was 1) THE NAVAL POLICE FORCE
(ADMIRALTY POLICE) and the 2) RAF POLICE AUXILIARIES.
- Please feel free to email me at :
email@example.com if you know anything or have any photos pertaining
- to this unit.
- Thanks and regards.
- KARUNAKARAN N K P
- EX Police Constable : 25263
- ARMY DEPOT POLICE - FARELF
I would love to
trace old friends from RASC 55 company (yellow Tops), who served at RAF Seltar,
Singapore, between 1962 -1965. Especially Lesley Keys and Johnny Alan.
I really have not got much information
I'm trying to locate people who may have know my father who served in Malaya
around 1944-1950. I know he served under a number of regiments Staffs and
Worcester. He was also attached to the
attached to Gurkha's and served in Penang. He is
now in his 80's came from Wolverhampton 1 sister and 1 brother married Dorothy
(Dot) who was a pen pal and had 2 daughters (at the time 1).
He will be celebrating his
60th Wedding anniversary next month and wanted to give him something special. I
will try and find out more if you could let me know what you require I will try
to get the information
- My name is
Jim Findlay I served with the
Cameronians in Malayia in 1950/51
- I am trying to trace
Gurkha soldier Abdulah Bin Sanwar??
Hi - My name is
Tony Hall ("Brum"), & I served with B Coy. 40 Cdo. Burma Camp & did 2 trips to
Borneo - 1 at Pang Amo, & 1 at Lubock Antu (?). Anyone out there, remember me?
Would love to get in touch!
Paul Bayliss is looking for Roy Arnold. Ex 16th Light
Air Defence Reg LAD REME in Singapore & Kuching. Then 19 signal Reg LAD REME
Changi. May 1965 - Dec 1968
Ex RAF Seletar &
Borneo confrontation, and trying to contact Tony Jacobs, Mal Foster & Jimmy
James. If you know them please let me know.
- Could you
please post a note asking for anyone who knew my Father to get in touch. He is
currently retired and living in Ireland and would love to get in touch with
anyone who knew him.
- His details
'Paddy' Reilly .Lance Corporal
- He served in
the M.T. section of
221 Vehicle battalion from
Majeedi barracks in
- between June
- Any help
would be greatly appreciated as I know that you must be extremely busy with
I am looking for Jimmy
Tinlin known as tk who served in the signals platoon of the Queens Own
Highlanders in Singapore Brunei & Borneo, can anybody Help
Hi could U post a message
asking anybody that remembers me dad from the green Howards in Malaya 1950s. His
names john McGrath from Leeds he was also in the football team over there.
Stationed at Minden and Singapore. Thanks
My name is
Johns (ex Cpl. REME) I was with 31 coy Gurkha transport regt. in Nee Soon in
1965 and in Labuan, Borneo. I was later posted to22 lt air defence regt, R A
workshops REME in 1966 in Tampin Malaya. I would love to hear from anyone who
was in any of these places who knew me, we later all came back to Wales in 1967
(Tonfanau camp). Thank you in anticipation. contact me on
- 12th Lancers 1950 -52
- I'm Ray Binks, I Started my national service at
Barford Camp, Co. Durham in November 1950 then went to Taiping, Malaya in
August 1951 - I was a member of 4 Troop, C. Squadron
- Lt. Andrews was the officer in charge of our
troop. whereas I rose to the rank of trooper. It would be nice to hear from
someone who was there at those times .
Ted Trott is
looking for anybody who served with 237 Signal Squadron Singapore. REME
Royal Signals and WRAC 1959 - 1963. We are holding our seventh reunion this
year in September, the more the merrier
Brummie Simpkin....Hi I
wonder if there are any ex RASC lads out there who were attached to 16
Commonwealth Field Ambulance 1962-1965 first in Paroi Camp Seremban then in
Terendak Camp Malacca I was known as Brummie Simpkin.Posted to Borneo whilst
over there and lived in one of the wooden houses on stilts opposite the Labuan
Cottage Hospital.Back in Terendak I was the CO s driver if that helps anyone to
I am trying to get
in touch with my mate who I served with in no 3 Guard dog unit or any one who
may remember me his name is Dennis Anchor's he came from Gorton m/c his girl
friend's name was Anita Morris if he is still out there I would like him to get
in touch to talk about old times in Singapore. my e mail address is
.here's hoping the year was 1953 to 56 thanks. j Ogden
I am looking for anyone who might have known James
Dobson (sapper) Royal Engineers. He served in Singapore and Penang between 1957
- 1959 (based at minden garison). James Dobson was from Hull UK.
If anyone has any information please email me at
DOES ANYONE REMEMBER ME 23347073
PRIVATE BONNEY D.A SIGNALS PLATOON JANUARY 1957 – MAY 1958. IT WOULD BE GOOD TO
HEAR FROM YOU AND REFLECT ON THE TIMES WE HAD.
Raymond "Bunny" Austin
trying to Trace an old mate of mine an ex SAS trooper and a member of 20 Regt RA
In Malaya, Brunei and Borneo (1963). Bunny left the Regiment around 1964 to join
29 Commando R A. Bunny would be in his 70's now if he hasn't fallen off his
perch. Whatever his fate I'd like more than anything to hear news of him.
He knew me as Tony "Spike" Milligan.
am interested to trace those who had served in Miri, Sarawak during the conflict
in 1965-66. Thank you.
Seeking any who knew me, posted RAF Seletar July 1961, spent 6 months
Minden barracks in Penang in 1962. was member of signals corps from Australia,
worked ck2 in Singapore, Batu Uban in Penang. was involved in cub movement those
times. still trying to find Tom and Dot Cooper and son Melvin from RAF Seletar,
so far no luck. Len Eaton
- I am
searching for Tony Buckland form Australia who served with my uncle Brian
Eatough Royal Marines, 42 Commando, who died in Action Saturday, 23 Dec 1950
We have been in
touch before however his email server is returning my mail. Please get in
Maureen Tatton was based at BMH Kinrarah in the early - mid sixties she was a
student nurse. She married Jimmy Raleigh who was an orderly in Theatres. She
would love to hear from anyone who new her or her husband then. Maureen doesn't
have a computer but I would be happy to pass on any messages to her. Thank
you Sylvia Thompson
like to find ex-WRAC Provost Chris Wright that joined up with me at Queen
Elizabeth Bks Guildford in 1964. , we trained at Rousillon Bks Chichester and
served together in Rheidhahlen and Aden. I believe Chris came from Manchester
Many thanks Charmaine Burgess nee Rankin
- I wonder if you can help, I am trying to locate a
family member who served in B company, 1st Battalion 22nd Cheshire Regt. His
name is James Noel Ellis. He served in Singapore around 1959 and was a Private.
- Thank you for your help
- Keith Birch
- I am trying to trace
John Lewis Woodward
Platoon 6 (B Coy)1st Foresters BFPO17—1966
- Any one
who knew him / knows him/ if he is alive ago deceased please let me know…
My name is
Dave Templeman, and I was a member of 155 Squadron in KL and also in Kluang
Jahore between June 1955 and December 1957. I would be pleased to hear from any
other member of the Squadron, or anyone who remembers me from that time.
at RAF Luqa from 53 to56 with the dental branch working in S S Q is there anyone
still out there who may remember .I am in contact with Rex Williams and now live
in France at 74 years of age. 4125121 S A C Flello B , rose
- I am sending this message on behalf
of my father-in-law who's name is Joe King (SAC J King) he served in Changi with
the RAF as a air frame fitter in 1955 - 1957 and just wondered if there is
anybody out there that may remember him or happened to be there at that time.
- would be great to hear from anybody
My mane is
Jones, I am trying to trace any one who served with my father Bill Jones in the
13/18 Hussars while he did his national service in Malaya between 1951 and 1952.
Does any one remember me
I served in the R.A.S.C. at No. 2 Supply Depot Taiping 11/1954-Jan.1956, I also
was deployed to Ipoh, Penang, & The Cameron Highlands POL Depot, mid 55.
My name is Rajamanickam. I used to know a girl by the
name of Ms Kantharuby who lived in the Wellesly School Quarters in Northam Road
in Penang in the 50's. Anyone knowing her whereabouts is requested to e-mail me. Your effort will be much appreciated.
I would be grateful if their is anyone out there who
remembers serving with my Father, Captain Ian Monteith, who was, as far as I am
aware, in the R.A.M.C. attached to the 6th Battalion, The Malay Regiment. I
don't have any more information than that apart from the fact that he was in
Malaya from 1955 to 1957. Unfortunately, Dad died in 1985 and I have none of his
My name is Angus Monteith . If anyone can help I would be most
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