Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
75 x 53 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron walking along a path, with a military escort.
155 x 109 mm. Showing McKerron, Foulger and Regester standing at attention beside the wreaths laid in front of the grave.
155 x 110 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron standing at attention with a group of Chinese Malayans in front of the wreaths laid outside.
109 x 155 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron making the funeral oration on the steps of the Victoria Memorial Hall [?]
285 x 236 mm. A group photograph of the two rugby teams. Identified on the reverse are: CURTIS (A.D.O. Alor Gajah); D.E. LANDER; MURPHY (Asst. Headmaster, High School); J.G. BLACK; Bill SYKES; Badger; Edinburgh; S.E. KING (Cadet); Cecil SMITH; VENABLES; REFERN; Charles SALTER; B.E. ABLITT; GORDON-BROWN; W. PENRICE; J. HUSBAND (Govt. Engineer, late of Yasin); P.A.B. MCKERRON (now D.O., Jusin); STEWART.
P.A.B. McKerron taking oath of office as Officer Administrating the Government, Singapore, 1947, 1947
116 x 145 mm. Showing Sir Patrick Alexander Bruce MCKERRON (1896-1964), taking the oath of office before (Sir) Charles Murray MURRAY-AYNSLEY (1893-1967), Chief Justice of Singapore 1946-1955. McKerron was Colonial Secretary, Singapore from 1946-1950 and administered the government on two occasions. Hugh BRYSON stands at the right of the photograph.
Parade of ex-Servicemen, Singapore, Armistice Day 1949, illustrating the multi-racial composition of ex-soldiers, 1949
118 x 92 mm. Showing a group of soldiers standing on parade, with the spire of St Andrews Cathedral visible in the background. The two identified figures in the group are P.A.B. McKerron and Gerald Hawkins (1891-1973).
148 x 108 mm. Showing a group of members at the re-opening of the Club after the war. Identified on the reverse are G.V. ALLEN; O.W. GILMOUR; P.A.B. McKERRON; John BAGNALL; BATEMAN. Photograph by Public Relations Office, Singapore.
111 x 146 mm. Showing Sir Franklin Charles Gimson (1890-1975), Governor of Singapore 1946-1952, and P.A.B. McKerron, Colonial Secretary, standing beneath the Raffles statue in front of the Victoria Memorial Hall during the reinstatement ceremony in 1947.
216 x 144 mm. The photograph is a group portrait of the members of the Ceylon War Council. The only figures identified are the Governor of Ceylon, Sir Andrew Caldecott (fourth from the left in the front row) and Brigadier Sir Patrick Alexander Bruce McKerron of the Malayan Civil Service. McKerron was seconded as Political Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, Ceylon during the Second World War.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.