This week I am featuring articles about my ex-husband’s grandfather Albert George Casey, and his eldest son, who was also called Albert George Casey.
The father and son were captured by the Japanese in World War 2, and imprisoned at Changi. Both survived the war: Albert George Casey (senior) died in 1965, and his son died in 1995. The first article is the report that they had gone missing.
They were then listed in the list of the prisoners at Changi. Since the full list is quite long, I have only included the heading and the section with the father and son’s names.
I also found two articles for Albert George Casey, junior, in 1940.