MARTIN (HAROLD DAVID)
Brother to Jean Basten (dec), brother-in-law to William Stanley Basten (dec). Uncle to Martin, great uncle to Raymond, Aaron and Cliff. Great great uncle to Jake, Steph, Tash, Izengo and Luca. At rest after a remarkable life's journey. RIP Harold.
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The Burma Thailand Railway Memorial Association honour the memory of Harold Martin and express their condolences to his family and friends. Harold was respected by all and was a regular attendee at the Anzac Day Services at Hellfire Pass and Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand, where he was so rightly respected.
Eric Wilson Chairman
Our sympathy to all his family. Brother Allan (dec), sister-in-law Verna (dec), uncle of Norm and Jackie, Eric and Joy, Larry and Jan, Ric and Joan, Don and Di and families.
Fond memories from Uncles William (dec), David, Laurence and Martin. The Basten family.
MARTIN HAROLD DAVID Our esteemed and much loved Uncle Harold left us aged 103 years. Our family legend and hero. You will never be forgotten. Love from Eddy and Pamela.
RSLWA's President, Board and Members send their condolences to the family and friends of Mr Martin, a Thai-Burma Railway POW.
Lest We Forget
The RSL Albany Sub Branch extend our condolences to the family in the loss of Harold, a true ANZAC. Harold was a legend in his life time, both war and peace. We are confident his mates "up there" will have a brew waiting for him when he arrives. Well done old friend. Rest in Peace.
Lest we Forget