Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (The 2/4th Battalion)

Research and Resources around the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry during WWI


Died of Wounds 12th March 1917

202839 Private Thomas Edward Jones

From the Port Talbot Historical Society 1914 – 1918 Manuscript

JONES, Private, THOMAS EDWARD 202839 2nd/4th Ox & Bucks Light Infantry
12 March 1917
Son of Joseph & Ellen Jones of 30 Arthur Street, Aberavon
Bray Military Cemetery, France 11 B.1

It looks if he had two brothers that also died during the war.

Private 11977 Joseph Jones
8th Bn. The Welsh Regiment
KIA Chunuk Bair,8th August 1915
Age 23
No known grave,Helles memorial panel 140-144.

Private 202839 Thomas Edward Jones
2nd/4th OBLI
Died of wounds,12th March 1917
Buried Bray military cemetary

Gunner 815049 Leonard Jones
Royal Field Artillery
Home death 4th February 1921
Age 22
Buried Goytre cemetary Port Talbot

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