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CSM 18387 Thomas Clark
« on: January 06, 2020, 08:03:59 PM »
Thomas (born 1880) enlisted in the 4th Grenadier Guards 18897 on 9/9/1914.  He was wounded in SA in Boer War and had retired from the Grenadiers 6690, time expired on 18/7/1913. He was transferred to 20th Manchesters on 20/12/1914 and became CSM of E Company on 14/1/1915.. Later posted to 1st GB on 6/9/1915.  He served in India 25/2/1916-23/3/1918.
Thomas was discharged with SWB on 29/5/1918, aged 38y 8m.  He had a Tubercle of the lung contracted in Fyzabad in January 1918. Due to Active Service, Exposure & hardships of Service.
Thomas died from TB of Lung on 25/4/1919, aged 39.  Reg Nottingham Q2 1919 7b/283
Widow Kate and 2 children 1905 & 1909.  20 Tealby Terrace, Glebe St, Nottingham. She received a Pension and a BWM.
Buried at Nottingham Church Cemetery on 1/5/1919. Plot 7167.  His widow is also buried there, died aged 94 and also 1 son.
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Re: CSM 18387 Thomas Clark
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2020, 02:25:45 PM »
DC attached confirming cause of death. Also photo.
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Re: CSM 18387 Thomas Clark
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2020, 07:33:02 AM »
We need to see if there is a headstone on Thomas Clark's plot in Nottingham. Then review any inscription.
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