Wars Last Goodbyes
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Alcester Cemetery

Inscription

Also to the memory of

Fred son of G and R Bunting

Died Prisoner of War Singapore May 3rd 1943

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Alcester Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Frederick

Bunting

2nd February 1907

Alcester, Warwickshire

3rd May 1943

Died of illness or disease working as a POW on the Burma-Siam railway through the jungles - Fred may well have been in the POW hospital at Chungkai when he died

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Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand

Second World War

Signaller

Royal Corps of Signals

Captured in Singapore

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