Image from the Evening Star – 26th March 1942.
Born: 20th August 1917, Ipswich.
Died: 9th March 1942; age: 24. Died of Wounds whilst a Japanese Prisoner of War at Changi Camp.
Residence: 28, Severn Road, Ipswich.
Employed: with the Co-operative Society Dairy Department, Ipswich.
Rank: Gunner; Service Number: 962429.
Regiment: Royal Artillery 135 (The Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment.
Originally buried at Changi Cemetery, grave B.AB.24. Body later exhumed, identified and re-buried 18th April 1946 at Kranji War Cemetery.
Father: William Charles Keeble, born September 1890, Hintlesham, Suffolk.
Mother: Gertrude Alice Keeble (nee Short), born September 1893, Parham, Suffolk.
ENGLAND & WALES REGISTER 1939.
Stanley was Milk Roundsman and living with his parents & siblings and other Keeble relatives at the family home – 28, Severn Road, Ipswich.
William, Engineering Metal Machine worker.
Gertrude, unpaid Domestic Duties.
Leslie G. Keeble, an Engineering Storekeeper, born September 1920, Suffolk.
Alec Geoffrey Keeble, at school, born November 1927, Suffolk.
Frederick Walter Keeble, a Gardener, born September 1895.
Probate to Victor Leonard Berry, a Fitter.