REGINALD SLADER HOARE

Image from the Evening Star 1944

 

Born: 20th April 1918, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.

Died: 30th September 1943; age: 25; Japanese PoW – Thailand – Burma Railway.

Residence: 18, Rosehill Road, Ipswich.

Occupation: a Commercial Artist – Painter.

 

Rank: Lance Corporal; Service Record: 7368906.

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps, 196 Field Ambulance.

 

Grave Reference:

B6.M.15.

Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery,

Thanbyuzayat,

Mon State,

Burma.

Image courtesy of Kevin Knights.

 

Father: Frederick Slader Hoare, born November 1882, East Dulwich, London. A Lithographic Artist.

Mother: Grace Seymour Hargrave Hoare (nee Kitchen), born August 1888, Shacklewell Lane, Edmonton, London.

 

ENGLAND & WALES REGISTER 1939.

69, Bixley Road, Ipswich.

Reginald was a Commercial Artist (painter). He was living with his mother & married sister.

Grace Hoare, Household Duties.

Mary Curry (nee Hoare), born 24th October 1920, a Shorthand Typist.

 

On Sunday, 2nd June 1940, at St. Augustine’s Church, Ipswich, Reginald married Eileen D. Lillingstone, born 1919, Ipswich, of 18, Rosehill Road, Ipswich.

 

Evening Star – 5th June 1940

Slader-Hoare – Lillingstone.

 

The marriage took place very quietly at St. Augustine’s Church, Ipswich, on Sunday, the Vicar (the Rev. J.B. Brandram, Hon. C.F.) officiating, between Lance-Corporal Reginald Slader-Hoare, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Slader-Hoare, of 69, Bixley Road, Ipswich, and Miss Eileen D. Lillingstone, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lillingstone, of 18, Rosehill Road, Ipswich.

The bride, who was attired in a cream tailored coat over a dress of delphinium blue, wore also a floral Juliet cap and shoes to tone, and carried an ivory Prayer Book. She was given away by her father, the father of the bridegroom acting as best man.

A reception was held at the bride’s parents’ home. The wedding cake was a gift from Clement Bowman, Ltd., the bride’s late employers. There were many useful gifts.

Owing to the exigencies of the Service, the bridegroom having to return to duty at once, the happy couple left for Norwich, en route for their destination.

 

Probate to Frederick Slader Hoare – father, an Advertising Artist.

 

Reginald is also remembered on the war memorial at St. Augustine of Hippo, Ipswich, and on the Suffolk Painters web-site http://www.suffolkpainters.co.uk/index.cgi?choice=painter&pid=3826

Extra information courtesy of Tony.

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