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Keating Maurice Stewart





Pte M. S. Keating, son of Mr and Mrs J. Keating, Campania, who is believed to have lost his life about June 20. He and his brother had been prisoners of war for nearly three years. Three members of this family were reported prisoners of war and another brother has been discharged from the fighting forces

The Mercury 14 Nov 1944


KEATING.-TX4101 Pte Maurice Stewart Keating, beloved son of Mr and Mrs J. Keating, Campania, aged 22 years; died whilst prisoner of war, result of the torpedoing of a Japanese transport near Nagasaki on June 24, 1944. Loved by all.




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