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C.J. Verdon  to  C.J. Verdon
Verdon,
Charles Jack
C.J. Verdon ( Imperial War Museum (A 30479)) 

Son of William J. Verdon (1894-), a RM Police Sergeant, and Dorothy F.M. Chapman (1898-).
Married ((09?).1946, Portsmouth district, Hampshire) Betty Pullen (15.03.1920 - ), daughter of Herbert William Pullen (1891-1952), and Annie Maria Lintott (1889-1960); one son, one daughter.
23.01.1921
Portsmouth district, Hampshire
-
10.04.2014
Brentwood, Essex
Prob. 2nd Lt. 01.01.1940
Prob. Lt. 14.06.1941
Lt. 03.06.1942, seniority 14.06.1941
A/Capt.. 14.05.1946-13.06.1949
Capt.. 14.06.1949
Maj.. 30.06.1957
Lt.Col. 31.12.1961 (retd 20.09.1965)
...   ... ...
(06.1941)     101st RM Brigade *
21.07.1941 - 10.12.1941 HMS Prince of Wales (King George V class battleship) [ship sunk by Japanese aircraft off east coast of Malaya 10.12.1941]
10.12.1941 - 15.02.1942 HMS Sultan (RN base, Singapore) [captured]
15.02.1942 - (10.1945) no appointment listed whille being POW in Japanese captivity (Thailand or 4D Camp; Changi 17.2.42 to Ban Pong 22.6.42 to Chungkai 29.3.43; to Tamarkan 5.2.45; K'buri 2.2.45; Nakorn Nayok 6.7.45; 09.1945 as released POW in Colombo, Ceylon)
? - (04.1946) RM Depot, Deal
... - ... ...
* indexed, but not listed as such
       
 
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