We remember Thomas Horridge

We remember Thomas Horridge

Timeline

Timeline

1898
birth Bolton, Lancashire United Kingdom Source:9460533 Source:9460540 1898
1911
employment Apprentice House Painter Bolton, Lancashire United Kingdom Source:9460540 2nd April 1911
1911
location 365 Bridgman St Bolton United Kingdom Source:9460540 2nd April 1911
1917
dates Age 24 Source:9460530 24th May 1917
1917
service British Army Driver L/24021 Royal Field Artillery 170th Brigade Royal Field Artillery Source:9132991 24th May 1917
enlistment Bolton, Lancashire United Kingdom Source:9460530
service British Army L/24021 Royal Field Artillery C Battery Source:1963060
1917
death Died of wounds Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Horridge, of 365, Bridgeman St., Bolton. BOIS-CARRE BRITISH CEMETERY, THELUS France Source:9132991 Source:9460533 24th May 1917
burial Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Thelus CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Pas de Calais France Source:9460533

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Thomas
Initials T
Last Name Horridge
Source 1963060
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
365 Bridgman St Bolton United Kingdom 2nd April 1911
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army L/24021 Royal Field Artillery C Battery
British Army L/24021 Royal Field Artillery 170th Brigade Royal Field Artillery Driver
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Thomas Horridge father
Alice Ann Horridge mother

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Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-1919 Transcription Ian152464
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Transcription Ian152464
1911 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Ian152464

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War diary entry about his death Edwin110085

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We remember Thomas Horridge