Hi, I have posted this on the 'looking for' forum as well but posting it here too as he was a FEPOW. My grandfather William Ferguson served in 3/6th HAA regiment from 1935. Born in 1916, from Yorkshire, he married my grandmother Marjorie Cole in 1940 shortly before fighting in France and being evacuated from Dunkirk. My father James Ferguson was born in October 1941, shortly before (I believe) my grandfather William sailed with the 6th HAA to the Far East in November 1941. I know for sure that he was captured at Singapore when it fell and that he was transported by the Japanese to Saigon and from there was held in various POW camps, including Tamuang, with Colonel Lilly. I know he survived and returned to England. I know when he returned he found that his wife, believing him to be dead, had taken up with his brother Alex. I know he left Yorkshire immediately and not long after I believe that he left England to start a new life in either America or Canada in 1945 or 1946. Here the trail goes cold. Attempts have been made to find him by my father throughout his life but without success. My Dad is ill now and I am trying anything I can to find any trace of my grandfather. If still alive, he would be 103 so I know there is little hope, but he may well have family in the US. If anyone at all can help me, maybe someone with links still to the 6th HAA I would be so incredibly grateful. Or if anyone at all could suggest a way forward or somewhere else for me to try - maybe a group for Far East POWs in the US? Thank you for reading.