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Aiken Thomas Arthur  

 

Service Number  TX4481 Death Date  12/09/1944 Place of Death  torpedoed Jap transport Cause of Death  Died at sea Burial

Born 28 Oct 1903 Dromedary Tasmania to Charles and Mary Aiken (nee Bailey) 

The Mercury 17 Nov 1945 Members of the Forces

AIKEN.-TX4481 Dvr Thomas Arthur (Arthur), 2/3rd MAC. beloved and loving husband of Elsie Veronica, loving father of Veronica and Noreen, beloved son-in-law of Mr and Mrs F. Courtney, 35 Hill St., Hobart, aged 40 years; the result of the torpedoing of a Japanese transport off the Philippines, September 12, 1944. Requiescat in pace.

AIKEN.-TX4481 Dvr Thomas

Arthur (Arthur), 2/3rd MAC, beloved youngest son of the late Charles and Mary Aiken, of New Town, loving brother of Charles, Les., Harold, Eva (Mrs White), Lyle (Mrs Hanlon), Beatrice (Mrs Briar), Lavina (Mrs Cranfield), Clara (Mrs Hunt), Queenie (Mrs McFarlane), all of Hobart, aged 40 years. Requiescat in pace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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