Greenway, Thomas Mark Horsley

Poppy on a wooden cross

Age: 27
Date of birth: c1891

Parents: John and Mary Alice Greenway
Address: 11 Commercial Buildings, Saltisford


In 1911 Thomas was 20 and was a serving soldier as was his brother Louis, aged 17.

By that time his father, John had died leaving his mother  Mary, 65 and brothers William, 27,  a gardener, Percy, 25, a Brewery Labourer and Alfred, 11, a school boy

Thomas’ brothers – Louis and Percy, also fell

Sadly, this notice on 15th June 1918 was posted in the Deaths column, rather than under Roll of Honour:

Military Service

Rank & Number: Rifleman, 3324
Regiment/Service: 4th Battalion, The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own)
Brigade/Division: 80th Brigade, 27th Division
Date of death: Tuesday, May 21, 1918
Cause of death/Battle: Killed whilst cleaning bombs in Salonika
Commemorated/Buried: Struma Military Cemetery, Greece
Awards: 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal
Commemorated locally at: All Saints School

Warwick Advertiser 27th July and 3rd August 1918:


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  • Warwick Advertiser excerpts courtesy of Warwickshire County Record Office

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