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Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on November 8, 2019 at 12:38

 Well , Its in Japanese and the Dutch translation  was by google , but its well sourced .  This fellow was born 1911 , married Fran Corduwener in 1937 , and dead by 1943.. a shame.This is why Ben Franken said in reference to the photo labeled ''A Drysdale family in Batavia'' in the group Drysdale -a Douglas Sept ''my grandfather Thomas Cochrane Drysdale (not on photo)'' link below.

Comment by William Douglas on November 7, 2019 at 11:17

That's quite a fund!

Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on November 6, 2019 at 21:35

Comment by Russell Lynn Drysdale on November 6, 2019 at 21:31

Extra informationVolledige naamThomas Cochrane Drysdale (トーマス コフィン ダライスダヤル)NationaliteitNetherlands (蘭)Rang(歩兵 伍長)Stamboeknummer44111Plaats gevangename爪哇Datum gevangename17/03/08; 1942/03/08Beroep(質屋取締人)OpmerkingenPers 83250Kamp 1爪哇 [17/03/08]17/08/15; Java POW Camp [1942/03/08]1942/08/15Kamp 2泰; Thai POW CampJapans 1爪 I (ジャワ俘虜収容所第1分所) 9627; No. 1 Branch Camp of Java POW Camp 9627Japans 2泰 VI (タイ俘虜収容所第6分所) 8030; No. 6 Branch Camp of Thai POW Camp 8030Japans 3泰 I (タイ俘虜収容所第1分所) 22576; No. 1 Branch Camp of Thai POW Camp 22576Andere informatieTransferred to No. 6 Branch Camp of Thai POW Camp on (no date), 1943; Died of dysentery on 10 November 1943 (Buried), 1:30; Died on 10 November 1943 (JA.80 P.6449); Fell ill on 4 August 1943; Place of death: No. 3 POW Hospital, Thai POW Camp in Ban Nuea Village, Kanchanaburi County, Kanchanaburi Prefecture, Thailand; Disposal of remains: Burial. Buried at Kanchanaburi cemetery. (JA260) (昭和18年_月_日泰俘虜収容所第VI分所へ移管す; 昭18/11/10 赤痢にて死亡す(土) 1時30分; 昭和18年11月10日死亡 (JA.80 P.6449); 昭和18年8月4日発病; 死亡場所 泰国カンチャナブリー県カンチャナブリー郡バンヌア村泰俘虜収容所第3俘虜病院; 屍体処理 土葬 カンチャナブリー墓地に埋葬 (JA260);)
Source citation National Archives, PoW cards
Min. van Binnenl. Zaken: Stamboekgegevens KNIL-militairen met Japanse Interneringskaarten 1942-1996, Den Haag, archive, inventory number 426Permalink
The above information was last updated on October 25, 2018.

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