George Colin COX

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Colin Richard COX. Private 5956247, Bedfordshire and Hertordshire Regiment, 18th Division. Born on the 5th March 1915 and lived at 31 Foster Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire. Enlisted into the army on the 24th June 1940 and was captured at Singapore in 1942. He was at the following camps.
Changi. 15th February 1942 to 20th March 1943. Camp Leader, Brigadier General , Merton Beckwith-Smith.
Kinsayok, 26th March 1943 to 29th June 1943. Camp Leader, Lt Col, 16662 Gerald G Carpenter.
Tamarkan, 31st June 1943 to 29th November 1943. Camp Leader, Major Moon, RAMC
Chungkai, 30th November 1943 to 5th June 1944. Camp Leader, Lt Col Alexander Louden Dunlop, RAMC
Tamuan, 5th June 1944 to 20th May 1945. Camp Leader, Lt Col Harvey, RAMC
March x Tam to Patnampoh 12th June 1945 to 20th August 1945. Camp Leader, Captain Pow, Federated Malay States Volunteer Force.
This memorial paviour is beside the FEPOW Memorial Building, at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire.


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