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Michael is keen to add names and details where possible and should you have any further information I would be pleased to put you in contact with Michael. Took 200 passengers including 50 Malayan Broadcasting personnel (Enid Innes Ker amongst) and reached Tanjong Priok on 5 Feb.• 4 Feb. CITY OF CANTERBURY” with RAF personnel from 453 sqdn. “HMS BAN HONG LIONG” (1671 tons) with troops and civilians in company with the “SIN AIK LEE” and reached TP from where it sailed again after two days to an unknown destination• 8 Feb. PLANCIUS” which later (15 Feb ) sailed again from Tanjong Priok with 840 evacuees ( principally women and children) from ships that had arrived from Singapore, possibly for South Africa according to some, but more likely to Bombay.• 8 Feb. “PING WO” a pre War Yangste steamer of 200 feet in length and with only a 6 foot draft. Ray “.the Municipality” and one child- most of the “SCOTT HARLEY” European passengers on shipped from Batavia on 21 Feb. Some then went on to Australia on the “JOHAN DE WITT”. with 89 passengers including 6 women and 3 children.
“KLIAS” which reached Palembang- the next group of ships probably left in the major convoy of up to 40 vessels which actually departed from Singapore harbour (perhaps in groups according to their speed) early on 12 February ,• 11 Feb. JALAVIHAR/ JALIBAHAR” ( 5330 tons) suffered heavy bombing through the Durian straits but passed through TP and finally reached Colombo• 11 Feb. JALAKRISHNA” sailed at 1700 hours, possibly clearing the harbour on 12 Feb, in the convoy with the “DELAMORE”, “EMPIRE STAR”,”JALIBAHAR” and “LI SANG”. Scarff, his wife, two daughters (Elizabeth and Jopin) and 2 boyso Joan Winchester / Mrs. “SING WO” a Yangste river boat (2500 tons) left with 230 passengers including Rohan Rivet who authored “Behind Bamboo” ,it was bombed and ran aground at Muntok where passengers were taken prisoner.• 13 Feb.
I have set up this site to support my research related to the events and personal stories concerning the fall of Singapore in February 1942. a British India steamer with probably over 1000 Japanese women and children internees and some allied civilians including a Miss Norah Inge (a missionary). – “ISLAM/ISLAMIC” reported to have reached India ( this could be the ship above)• 30 Jan. Dora Gurney plus 3 children, to Tanjong Priok where it left again on 15 Jan. ANGLO INDIAN” which reached Tanjong Priok on 12 February• “SS. “AGAN” (244 tons) with 150 civilians including women and children – it either reached Palembang at midday on 13 Feb.