Southwick George Siddle Sergeant 4261783

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Name Southwick George Siddle
Army number 4261783
Rank Sergeant
Date of birth Not yet known.
Age 42
Unit Enlisted in the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers. Posted to the 9th Battalion. Served Malaya? DIED 26/8/1946 having been a prisoner of the Japanese?
Company/Battery Not yet known.
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role
Joined Brigade
Prisoner of War Probably – likely to have been captured 15/2/1942 at Singapore.
Died/Killed in action DIED 26/8/1946 - cause of death as yet unknown.
Home address Son of Joseph and Mary Southwick of Chester le Street. Husband of Gertrude Southwick of Chester le Street. Buried in grave 250, Section H, Chester le Street (Ropery Lane).
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Sergeant Southwick is commemorated on three separate War Memorials in Chester le Street - see the "Every Name a Story" Section for Chester le Street on the main Website at