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Thomas Lyons


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Hi all,

9590 Pte Thomas Lynes DOW aged 32 on 19 July 1916 whilst serving with 11th Royal Warwickshire's and is buried in Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe. He was the husband of Jane Lynes of 2 Court, 2 House, London Road, Coventry. He first arrived in France on 22 Aug 1914 assuming with the 1st Royal Warwickshire's as the dates match and I'm lead to believe was a pre war regular but happy to be corrected. Interestingly, he has 2 MIC's - one referring to Charles and the other to Thomas. Both have been cross referenced to each other as the roll numbers coincide. His pair (minus his 1914 Star) have the initial 'C' yet he is recorded by CWGC etc as Thomas. Rest in peace Thomas :poppy:

Regards,

David

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  • 11 months later...

Was good to find Thomas Lynes, mentioned on here, Thomas was married to my Great Aunt Jane Clarke, he has a memorial at London Rd, Cemetary plot 179, It reads: In Loving Memory Of My Fear Husband Pte Thomas Lynes R.W.R. Who Died In France Of Wounds aged 32 years He Answered His Country's Call.

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