Thomas Quinn likeness

Private Thomas Quinn

9th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders
Service No: s / 7844

Thomas Quinn grave

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Personal details

Born / Resided

Coatbridge / 2c North Bute St, Coatbridge

Died

Died of Wounds 30/12/1916

Enlisted

Coatbridge 1914

Employed

Calder Iron Works

Age

19

Buried / Remembered

Faubourg D`Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France

Family Information

Son of Patrick and Margaret Quinn of 2c North Bute St, Coatbridge. Thomas` brother Private Bernard Quinn of the 10th Battalion Gordon Highlanders was Killed in Action on the 25/09/1915 (see index). Another brother Private James Quinn of the Royal Scots Fusiliers also served

Additional Information

Thomas was previously wounded at Loos in 1915. His brother Bernard fell here. I personally laid a Poppy at Thomas` grave in 2008 (see main grave photo). His grave inscription reads " ON WHOSE SOUL SWEET JESUS HAVE MERCY R.I.P. "

Photos
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