Reg Taylor served in the 2nd Battalion, The Cambridgeshire Regiment in the second world war. He was captured and later died of malaria in November 1943 in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. The plaque in the church:

Reg’s parents, Hannah and Maurice Taylor:

Reg’s will:

A letter to his mother as his regiment sailed to the Far East in November 1941:

His Christmas card:

Telegram to his mother, February 1942:

Notification that Reg was a prisoner of war, October 1943:

Official Japanese prisoner-of-war card:

A card returned to his mother:

Notification of Reg’s death:

Message of condolence from King George VI:

Notification of where Reg was buried. Siam is modern-day Thailand:

Reg’s grave:

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