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TITLE
Family ground sitting in bracken
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WGORDON_002_056
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
30398
KEYWORDS
Second World War
Prisoners of War
POWs
Family ground sitting in bracken

This photo shows Betty Gordon, with son Hamish on her knee. The man is thought to be Sam Cook.

Betty's husband, John Gordon, was proprietor of the music shop, The Record Rendezvous, located at Church Street in Inverness. He was a signalman during World War II and in 1942 was captured by Japanese soldiers. He was repatriated in 1945. Sam Cook was also a survivor from the Japanese Prisoner of War Camp, Changi.

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Family ground sitting in bracken

Second World War; Prisoners of War; POWs

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (photographs)

This photo shows Betty Gordon, with son Hamish on her knee. The man is thought to be Sam Cook.<br /> <br /> Betty's husband, John Gordon, was proprietor of the music shop, The Record Rendezvous, located at Church Street in Inverness. He was a signalman during World War II and in 1942 was captured by Japanese soldiers. He was repatriated in 1945. Sam Cook was also a survivor from the Japanese Prisoner of War Camp, Changi.