George W. Pearcy

George W. Pearcy

(1915-1944). Lieutenant, U.S.A. served in Corregidor, Clark & Nichols Fields, then Bataan and Corregidor, P.O.W. in Cabanatuan Prison Camp No. 1. Perished on Japanese transport en route to Japan.

10/26/42

Formation 9:30 A.M. after early lunch and giving us supper in mess kits-Baggage goes on trucks-March to Cabanatuan-Lot og guards-Constant counting by Japs-Arrive at Cabanatuan-How

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10/27/42

10/27/42- Bongo at Bilibid 5:45-See King from Cabanatuen-Sent down to start yeast culture-Bilibid and yeast on Lugao for first time-Breakfast-Issue rice balls tor lunch-(Had had

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10/28/42

Bad night before-Crowding on deck before breakfast-Breakfast-Steamed rice-Squash stew with powdered fish and B1 concentrate-(soy bean meal ferment-Thought that it was pig slop-Pigs on board)

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10/29/42

Marines given M.P. jobs-New ruling-Mess lines must form below decks-Prerents chizzlers-Menu tor days 10/20/42-10/30/48- 10/25/42-morning-rice, squash,B1, powdered fish soup noon-rice, fish, end papaya soup, boiled

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