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62 Kendal Way

History of 62 Kendal Way


Harry Betson, b 1888, general labourer heavy work

Edith Betson, b 1886

Jean Christiana, b 1931

Harry Betson, son of Harry and Edith, was a private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He fought at the Battle of Singapore and was captured by the Japanese. He died, cause unknown, at Chungkai in Thailand 10th December 1942.

(For more information on the Cambridgeshire Regiment in WWII read ‘Battalion at War – Singapore 1942’ by Michael Moore, Gliddon Books 1988)


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