Robin Benjamin Bunch Coleman

Lieutenant Robin Benjamin Bunch Coleman served in 9th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery. He was a prisoner of war in Singapore at time of death in 1943.

Lieutenant

Robin Benjamin Bunch Coleman

87490

Lieutenant Robin Benjamin Bunch Coleman (87490) served in 9th Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery during World War Two.

Born in 1916, he was the son of James Coleman and Doris Coleman of Ballymena, Co. Antrim. James was Robin’s next of kin and received effects of £1340, 7s, 10d after his son’s death during the war.

Officer in Training

Coleman attended Ballymena Academy, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, and Campbell College, Belfast, Co. Antrim. He was a member of the Officers’ Training Corps at the Belfast grammar school.

Before going to war, Lieutenant Coleman resided at Greystone, Galgorm Road, Ballymena, Co. Antrim.

He died on 5th March 1943 aged 33 years old. At the time he was a prisoner of war and has no known grave. His name is on Column 3 of the Singapore Memorial, Kranji, Singapore.

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