1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Thomas Cleghorn

Contributed by: David Jones, on 2009-01-04

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Rank
First Name Thomas
Surname Cleghorn
Year of Birth 1895
Year of Death 1918
Regiment London Regiment
Place of Wartime Residence South Sheilds, Durham

Thomas's Story

Thomas Clehorn was my uncle he was a Durham miner who was killed on February the 19th 1918.

Thomas lies buried in the British War Cemetry on the mount of olives in Jerusalem Israel.

He lies surroundes by troopers of The Australian Light Horse.

The war records of his regiment - The London Regiment - were destroyed by enemy action during the Second World War.

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