|Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)||G/84191||3rd Battalion|
|Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)||47481||10th Battalion|
Thomas was born at Derby in about 1899, the son of George and Mary Brown. Some time after 1911 the family moved to Woodbank, Crich.
He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
14 September 1918
DIED OF WOUNDS
Pte Tom Brown, Crich
Derby Daily Telegraph
Monday 16 September 1918
BROWN – Thomas S. Brown, aged 19, private in the 3rd Royal Fusiliers, on Aug.28, at one of the casualty clearing stations, from wounds received in action, beloved and eldest son of Mr and Mrs G. H. Brown, of Crich. One of the best.
|Name||BROWN, THOMAS SAMUEL|
|Regiment/Service||London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)|
|Date of Death||28/08/18|
|Additional Information||Son of George Henry and Mary Louisa Brown, of Woodbank, Crich, Matlock, Derbyshire.|
|Casualty type||Commonwealth War Dead|
|Cemetery||DAOURS COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION|
|George H||Brown||Head||32||Railway Clerk||Derby|
|Mary||Ford||M. in law (wdw)||72||Derby|
|George Henry||Brown||Head||42||Railway Clerk||Derby|
|Mary||Ford||wife's mother (wdw)||82||Derby|