We remember Thomas Froome

We remember Thomas Froome

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Timeline

1870
sibling Walter Froome Source:9150977 1870
1875
birth Reading, Berkshire United Kingdom Source:9150976 Source:9150946 29th November 1875
1878
sibling Colin Froome Source:9150977 1878
1891
employment General Labourer Not known Reading, Berkshire United Kingdom Source:9150977 5th April 1891
1891
location 620 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire United Kingdom parents address Source:9150977 5th April 1891
1891
dates Age 15 Source:9150977 5th April 1891
1899
marriage Hannah Maria Froome nee Burt Source:9150980 1899
1899
dates Age 23 Source:9150980 September 1899
1901
employment Printer's Compositor A printing company or newspaper Lambeth, London United Kingdom Source:9150983 31st March 1901
1901
dates Age 25 Source:9150983 31st March 1901
1901
location 20 Bramah Road, Lambeth, London United Kingdom their own address Source:9150983 31st March 1901
1915
location 17 Penwarden Street, St. Thomas, Ontario Canada their own address Source:9150946 6th September 1915
1915
employment Railway Brakeman St. Thomas, Ontario Canada Source:9150946 7th September 1915
1915
enlistment St. Thomas, Ontario Canada Source:9150946 7th September 1915
1915
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 166192 Canadian Infantry 2nd Pioneer Battalion and various Reserve Battalions Source:9150946 7th September 1915 - 29th May 1918
1915
dates Age 39 Source:9150946 7th September 1915
1916
hospitalisation Syphilis Hospital/Institution Source:9150946 23rd September 1916 - 23rd October 1916
1917
location wife's home address:- 72 Elysian Street, St. Thomas, Ontario Canada away from home address Source:9150946 12th February 1917
1918
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9150946 19th April 1918 - 28th September 1918
1918
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Private 166192 Canadian Infantry 47th Battalion Source:9150946 30th May 1918 - 28th September 1918
1918
dates Age 42 Source:9150946 28th September 1918
1918
death Killed in Action The CWGC website records that: "Raillencourt village was captured by the Canadian Corps on 28 September 1918 in the Battle of the Canal du Nord". Thomas Froome was 42 when he was killed. Raillencourt village, Department of the Nord France Source:7314641 Source:9150946 28th September 1918
burial Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Extension CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Nord Department France Cemetery/memorial reference: II. B. 10 Source:9150946

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Thomas
Initials T
Last Name Froome
Source 5929562
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
17 Penwarden Street, St. Thomas, Ontario Canada their own address known 6th September 1915
20 Bramah Road, Lambeth, London United Kingdom their own address known 31st March 1901
620 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire United Kingdom parents address known 5th April 1891
wife's home address:- 72 Elysian Street, St. Thomas, Ontario Canada away from home address known 12th February 1917
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Canadian Expeditionary Force 166192 Canadian Infantry 2nd Pioneer Battalion and various Reserve Battalions Private
Canadian Expeditionary Force 166192 Canadian Infantry 47th Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Margaret Froome mother
James Froome father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Walter Froome brother 1870
Colin Froome brother 1878
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Hannah Maria Froome nee Burt wife 1899
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Fresh Grey Brown
DateHeightSource
1915-09-07 5'7"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1915-09-06 Anglican - Church of Eng, Irl, Wales or other

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Official Records

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Canadian Attestation Papers
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Imperial1

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CWGC website entry for 166192 Thomas Froome - Canadian Infantry Keith22624
Service Record 166192 Thomas Froome - Canadian Infantry Keith22624
Birth Recorded Reading Registration District, Berkshire Keith22624
Marriage Recorded St Saviour Southwark Registration District, London Keith22624

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