Clyde REYNOLDS

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REYNOLDS, Clyde

Service Number: PA2048
Enlisted: 2 May 1941, Port Adelaide
Last Rank: Ordinary Seaman
Last Unit: Unspecified British Units
Born: Marryatville, South Australia, 12 April 1922
Home Town: Crafers, Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Schooling: Crafers Primary School
Occupation: Not yet discovered
Died: Killed in Service, Singapore, 15 February 1942, aged 19 years
Cemetery: No known grave
Memorials: Adelaide 2 WW II Wall of Remembrance*, Australian War Memorial, Roll of Honour, Plymouth Naval Memorial to the Missing / Lost at Sea
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World War 2 Service

2 May 1941: Involvement Able Seaman, SN PA2048, HMAS Penguin
2 May 1941: Enlisted Port Adelaide
15 Feb 1942: Involvement Royal Australian Navy, Ordinary Seaman, SN PA2048, Unspecified British Units, Malaya/Singapore

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Biography

Clyde was the youngest of 4 boys who all enlisted in the 3 services, including his father. Aged 19, Clyde was attached to HMS Sultan I depot ship on arrival in Singapore and was killed during the Japanese capture.