Mak Ping Kuen Lance Corp. 20011 Chinese Battalion Argyle
Ng Chi Wan Private (china)
Sunng Wong Lance Corporal (china)
Thong Po Hing Corporal 2002 (china)
To Wei Kei Private 2003 U Dec 15
Tong Man Chuen Private 2017 (china)
Tsang Shui Wah Private (china)
Wat Hok Chi Private (china)
 White, described as ‘brave, honourable, kind and just’ (3-22) won his MC in France in WWI. He died of cancer post war. He was a tall, dark-skinned Irishman known to his officers as ‘Scram’ – his favourite form of dismissal (2-53). (2)(3)(14)(24)(28)(42)(43)(51)(93)(100)
 His brothers Leslie and Robert also fell. Leslie was in the King's Own Royal Regiment and died on 14th July 1943. He is buried in Poland. Robert was in the Royal Corps of Signals and died on 15th September 1943. He is buried at Kanchanaburi, Thailand. Basnett himself died of dysentery and pneumonia and was originally buried in Argyle Street cemetery (128).
 A hospital entry also exists for Langford, R., Private. 3049747, H 23.12 QMH. No one of this name is known to exist.
 Diphtheria. Originally buried Argyle Street cemetery (128).
 Dysentery. Originally buried in Argyle Street cemetery (128).
 Originally buried Argyle Street cemetery (128), which gives an alternate date of April 3rd.
 The smuggled list claims that McKay (sic) was on (XD5) and survived.
 Originally buried in Argyle Street cemetery (128).
 The first British soldier in WWII to receive a sword wound.
 The smuggled list implies that Robertson survived the Lisbon Maru.
 The following details are given in the London Gazette of March 18th, 1946:- Awarded the George Cross for most conspicuous gallantry in carrying out hazardous work in a very brave manner. John Harris (in 63) points out that this may be the only occasion in British history when four George Crosses were awarded for the same event. Ford was originally the Battalion Signals Officer. (1)(2)(6)(14)(38)(39)(51)(63)(90)(93) (94)(100)
 The smuggled list shows Bain being lost on the Lisbon Maru.
 The smuggled list states date of death as 10.10.42 with dysentery as cause.
 Amoebic dysentery. The smuggled list says 2.5.43.
 ‘Monkey’ Stewart won his MC in Flanders in the first war. He died in captivity having volunteerd to travel to Japan rather than be separated from his men. (1)(2)(4)(6)(14)(42)(49)(51)(64)(90)(93)(103)(116)
 This number is in the list of Middlesex personnel treated in military and civilian hospitals. Uniquely, all the entry has the the number; the name and rank are both given as ‘?’, and a note at the end says ‘Died’.
 Oxley’s great nephew Steve Favell contributed to this research. Interestingly, Oxley was marked as 2D (Lisbon Maru, deceased) in the smuggled list, but this has later been scratched out.
 According to (93-128), as the LM was sinking, Panting, Hope, Hatchett, & Whitehouse took two bottles of Suntori whisky from the captain’s cabin, and proceeded to entertain the other troops with songs until the ship went down under them.