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Remembrance => Applications for Commemoration => Topic started by: Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:00:54 PM

Title: Pte 632 Thomas Traynor
Post by: Tim Bell on January 17, 2020, 06:00:54 PM
Pte Traynor (B 1887) enlisted in the 5th VB, 301 on 8/7/1903, aged 17y 10m. He was transferred to the Regular Depot on 26/9/1905.
Thomas served in the BEF with 2nd Bttn from 15/8/1914. He was posted to 1st Bttn and returned to 2nd Bttn. Thomas was discharged with SWB and Pension on 4/9/1918, with 100% incapacity due to Tubercle of Lung, attributed to service.
Thomas died on 6.5.1921, due to Pulmonary TB, aged 33.  Salford Q2 1921 8d/31.
Widow Nellie, 11 Douglas St, Pendleton, Salford. Son of John Joseph (Deceased) and Louisa Traynor.
Title: Re: Pte 632 Thomas Traynor
Post by: Tim Bell on January 22, 2020, 10:14:09 AM
DC attached showing Thomas died from TB and Syncope.  He had been a Tramcar Driver.
Title: Re: Pte 632 Thomas Traynor
Post by: Tim Bell on April 08, 2020, 12:48:26 PM
Thomas was buried at Weaste Cemetery on 11/5/1921. Common CofE Plot.
Title: Re: Pte 632 Thomas Traynor
Post by: Tim Bell on August 01, 2020, 01:39:11 PM
As Thomas Traynor was buried on a Common Grave at Weaste, he probably has no Headstone.  I have can find no strong connection with current relatives.