1. Memorial:Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Military Cemetery
2. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.136
3. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour12A GQS

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Family :

Son of George and Elizabeth Mary Thomas, of 16, Salcombe Gardens, Clapham Common, London. Native of Gravesend, Kent. Secretary to the Hampstead General Hospital.

Service Life:


Unit / Ship / Est.: Honourable Artillery Company 

Action : Winter Operations 1914-1915 

23 November 1914 - 6 February 1915. As the armies of 1914 fought themselves to exhaustion they settled down by the end of the year to the realities of static trench warfare. During the winter, activity was mostly comprised of a series of small scale raids and attempts by the BEF to gain superiority over the battlefront. At the same time increasing numbers of Territorial battalions and replacements for the Regular battalions came into theatre and had to be trained and acclimatised to trench occupation. This period was further noted for the severity of the weather and the need to rapidly source and equip the troops with adequate winter and waterproof equipment, whilst improving the trench conditions. Miserable times.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : William Russell No. 3103 E.C.East Kent
Joined : FitzRoy No. 569 E.C. London
Joined : Nosocomia No. 3395 E.C. London

22nd November 1905
25th March 1906
25th April 1906

Joiner to Fitz Roy Lodge No. 569 on 25th October 1912. He was initiated into William Russell Lodge No. 3103 but resigned 23rd October 1912. Joined Noscomia Lodge No. 3359, 2nd January 1914, recorded as "Secretary" and resident at Hampstead. In the register of the Noscomia Lodge he is recorded as having been "Killed in Action Decr 1914."

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