Thomas McCann Carmichael (1888-1939) was born in Glasgow, Scotland. During World War I he served with the Royal Navy on HMS Tarlair, part of the secret Hawkcraig Experiments. Then the David MacBrayne Steamer Company and United Fruit Company employed him as a Ship Steward. Thomas immigrated to New York in the 1920s, leaving his wife and children in Scotland. He died from a head injury, ruled as accidental by NYC Medical Examiner Dr. Milton Helpren, through a family legend endured for 80 years that he had been murdered. Thomas is buried with his wee sister, Elizabeth Brown (1891-1951)
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