Donkeyman Thomas Alexander Scott

Mercantile Marine

Died: Sunday 14 April 1918 (aged 40)

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Record:
SCOTT, THOMAS ALEXANDER
Additional information:
Son of Helen Scott, of 22, East St., Berwick-on-Tweed, and the late Thomas Scott. Born at Chathill Northumberland.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Scott, Thomas A
Memorial:
Lauder Old Parish Church - WW1 Tablet (WMR 69091)
Location:
Lauder, Borders
Name recorded:
Scott, T A
Memorial:
Men Of Whitton - WW1 Chapel (WMR 47915)
Location:
Whitton, Greater London
Name recorded:
Scott, T A
Memorial:
Berwick Upon Tweed (WMR 33346)
Location:
Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland

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Name:
Second Lieutenant Scott
Context:
other
Date:
10 Apr 1918
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1 Royal Dragoons (page 168)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Scott
Context:
departed_sick
Date:
17 Apr 1918
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Durham Light Infantry (page 426)
Name:
Captain J Scott
Context:
other
Date:
9 Apr 1918
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) (page 5)
Name:
Second Lieutenant G E Scott
Context:
Died
Date:
15 Apr 1918
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 95 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. (page 41)