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Fulton James McNichol

News of War Prisoners

Mr and Mrs J. Fulton, Legana West Tamar, have received advice of the death of their son, Pte James Fulton, while a prisoner of the Japanese in Malaya. Pte Fulton was taken prisoner in 1941, and, although he died on Sept. 9. 1943 the intimation has only now been received. He was 22.

The Mercury 10 Sep 1945





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