Text Box: Photos of ww1 and ww2 soldiers KIA 
We will remember them
Text Box: LIVINGSTONE, Hugh Hilary 1913-1945 
Service number: QX3482		
Rank: Signalman
Unit: 8 Division Signals [Badge below left]
Age 32
Date of death: 28 March 1945
Place of death: Borneo
Cause of death: Illness
Panel Reference Panel 8. [No burial site known]
Related to John Malcolm BATES.
Text Box: Paybook photograph, taken on enlistment, of QX3482 Signalman Hugh Hilary Livingstone, 8th Division Signals, Australian Corps of Signals. He was one of over 2000 Allied prisoners of war (POW) held in the Sandakan POW camp in north Borneo, having been transferred there from Singapore as a part of B Force. The 1494 POW's that made up B Force, were transported from Changi on 7 July 1942 on board the tramp ship Ubi Maru, arriving in Sandakan Harbour on 18 July 1942. Signalman Livingstone, aged 32, died as a prisoner of the Japanese on 28 March 1945. 
Text Box: This cemetery contained the graves of most of those POWs whose bodies were recovered from the cemeteries and other burial sites in and around the Sandakan POW Camp. It was formed on the site of the Sandakan military airstrip that had been constructed between 1942 and 1944 by the POWs. As the site was too low lying and prone to flooding, the bodies were eventually removed to Labuan War Cemetery. AWM Robertson Collection 122/1 
Text Box: [Left] Gunner Gordon Eric TAYLOR  ,  1918-1942. Prisoner of War. Royal Australian Artillery  Unit Text: A.I.F. 'L' Hvy. Bty. Age: 24 died 01/07/1942  Service No: SX11499 
Panel 8. RABAUL MEMORIAL Papua New Guinea.

[Right] His older brother Flight Lieut.  Douglas Roy TAYLOR 1920-1945  Royal Australian Air Force  31.Sqn.RAAF.Age: 25 Date of Death: 01/02/1945 
Service No: 416465  Grave/Memorial Reference: 28. A. 8. AMBON WAR CEMETERY.
They are both 2/3 ? cousins to Joshua Wayne BAUER and Amy Louise BAUER. 
Text Box: Chaplain Rev, William BONSEY, 1912-1941  Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. H.M.S. Gloucester. Age: 29  Date of Death: 22/05/1941 
Reference: Panel 61, Column 3. PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL 
HMS Gloucester was one of the second group of three ships of the "Town" class of light cruisers. She was launched on 19 October 1937 prior to commissioning on 31 January 1939. Gloucester was nicknamed The Fighting G and saw heavy service in the early years of World War II. The ship was deployed initially to the Indian Ocean and later South Africa before joining Vice Admiral Cunningham's Mediterranean fleet in 1940. She was sunk on 22 May 1941 during the Battle of Crete with the loss of 722 men out of a crew of 807.

Also ;  Flying Officer WILLIAM BRUCE GEORGE BONSEY [no photo]
138647, 143 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
who died age 32 on 25 August 1943
Remembered with honour
RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL — First cousin to Rev. William BONSEY at left.
They are the 3rd cousin twice removed to Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE and 3rd cousin three times removed to Digby John PRICE.
Text Box: Corporal Alvyn Horace TONGS  1916-1944  - 25th Bn New Zealand Infantry Age: 28 Service No: 453289 KIA 15/03/1944   
Reference:VI.E.18. CASSINO WAR CEMETERY Italy.  Cpt. Alwyn Horace TONGS is the grand-nephew of Arthur Victor TONGS and Emily Cole TONGS nee MATTHEWS. Veronica Maude BATES nee DIBBLE is also the grand-niece of Arthur Victor TONGS and Emily Cole TONGS nee MATTHEWS. 
Rebecca Jane SOLOMON nee BATES, Jessica Maree BATES, Joshua Wayne BAUER, Amy Louise BAUER, Scott James PRICE, Matthew John PRICE and Amber Grace PRICE are the 2nd great grand-nieces and 2nd great grand-nephews of Arthur Victor TONGS and Emily Cole TONGS nee MATTHEWS. 
Text Box: They are all a part of our family history  
“Lest we Forget” A ROLL CALL of the Heroes in our Family History  -  Book 9.  
Over 200 gravesites and photos of our brave heroes.
The footnotes in the book, lists all our heroes with their relationship to our younger generations.
Hopefully, some of our young people will make time to visit their grave-sites while holidaying overseas.