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1885 - 1916

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1887 - 1916

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1894 - 1916

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1897 - 1916

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1883 - 1918
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Pte 43483 Thomas Hugh Parry

  • Age: 27
  • From: Bootle, Liverpool
  • Regiment: The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 17th Btn
  • Died Friday 2nd August 1918
  • Commemorated at: Cologne South Cem Germany
    Panel Ref: XIV.D.16
Thomas Hugh was born on 03/05/1891 in Bootle the son of William Parry and his wife Ann (nee Owen). Both parents were born in Anglesey. He was the youngest of 4 children, his siblings were; John, William and Elizabeth. 

The 1901 Census shows the family living at 46 Boswell Street, Bootle.

The 1911 Census shows the family are now living at 53 Percy Street, Bootle. His father is employed as a Ships joiner and Thomas Hugh, now 19 is a joiners labourer.

He was captured, unwounded, at Savy during the German Spring Offensive of 1918. He was held prisoner at Glessen POW camp, north of Frankfurt. The records show him listed as an Engineer by trade.

The Liverpool Echo of 14/05/1918 shows him listed as missing. 

Thomas died of pneumonia on 02/08/1918 aged 27 in a hospital at Weidenau. He is buried at Cologne Southern Cemetery.

Thomas Hugh is commemorated on the following Memorials:

Bootle Civic Memorial 

Gray Street School Memorial, Bootle.

Killed On This Day.

(102 Years this day)
Saturday 10th August 1918.
Lance Corporal 30546 Charles Harold Fairclough
33 years old