Robert TAYLOR [c.1888-????]
DoB from John Black's list, which gives Mr Taylor's occupation as "Green Island Cement Manager". (That list shows Mr Taylor's initials as "R L", but that's a mistake as he didn't have a middle name.)
He's mentioned in the 1941 Jurors List:
|c||Taylor, Robert||Works Manager, Green Island Cement Co. Ld.||Cement Works, Hok Un, Kowloon.|
Jane Taylor writes:
Quite recently, I discovered that he's mentioned briefly in George Wright-Nooth's 'Prisoner of the Turnip Heads'. He shared quarters in Bungalow C with his colleague and friend, Sid Bishop, who was killed in the raid in January 1945.