No Eric Thomas Harris mentioned
Ronald Eric Harris 15 February 1942 Sapper Artillery
William E Harris 8 March 1942 L/AC Air Force
Albert Harris then under his name [E Harris] 15 February 1942 Gunner Artillery
Albert Harris then under his name [E Harris] 15 February 1942 Private
Edward E Harris 15 February 1942 Private Artillery
William E Harris 15 February 1942 Corporal Artillery
Thanks for investigating. I created this page after reading these two entries in Recollections of Ted Harris 1941-1945:
[...] I was later to learn that my brother, Eric Thomas and my brother-in-law Richard were to spent the rest of the war years in Sham Shui Po prisoner of war camp.
[...] My older brother, Eric, was taken a prisoner of war and spent those years imprisoned in Hong Kong’s Sham Shui Po p.o.w. camp It was in this prison that he contracted tuberculosis, from which he survived, but was ultimately to die from a heart attack in a Sydney street at 29 years of age - the end result of life in a prisoner of war camp.
I'd guessed that this man's name was Eric Thomas HARRIS, but it may have been Eric THOMAS if their mother had remarried? Or perhaps there is another explanation?
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