|Birth: ||May 1, 1912|
|Death: ||Mar. 10, 1944|
Thomas was a casualty of WW2.
According to Tom's WW2 service record, he was born on 1st May 1912 in Fleet Hampshire and was the son of Owen Smith
Thomas was a Trooper in the 7th, The Royal Tank Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps; Service No: 7881796. He was 30 years old when he died from TB contracted while on active service in Alexandria, Egypt, where he had served before the outbreak of WW2.
He had married Minna Louvaine Warrington at St.Michaels church East Ham in May 1938. They lived nearby at Bartle Avenue.Tom and Minna had two little boys but the first, Thomas died aged just 3 weeks.
Tom was laid to rest at Grays New Cemetery on the 15th March 1944 Section 10 Grave 186 and at the time of his death they were living at Crowstone Road Little Thurrock
Tom had a step brother who went to live in the USA, possibly Oregon.Minna re-married and at 2015 lives in Texas.
Thomas Smith (1938 - 1938)*
The meanest flower can give thoughts that lie too deep for tears. (after William Wordsworth)
Grays New Cemetery
Thurrock Unitary Authority
Plot: Sec. 10. Grave 186. (RC part)
Maintained by: Boreenatra
Originally Created by: geoffrey gillon
Record added: Jun 17, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71504994