Friday, 7 February 2014

Thomas Stonehouse 1874-1915

Thomas Stonehouse's Medal Card (from Ancestry)
1874 in Bloxwich, Staffordshire

Son of:
William Stonehouse b.1849 in Staffordshire, d. 1923. 

1911:  Coal Miner of 25 Strafforth Terrace, Denaby Main 
who married 24 December 1870 in Rushall, Staffordshire to
Mary Ann Stonehouse (nee Smith) b. 1851 in Bagworth, Leicestershire d.1940

Position in family: The second of 9 children
1. Sarah Ann Stonehouse b.1872
2. Thomas Stonehouse b.1874  WW1 KILLED

3. William Stonehouse b.1876
4. Clara Stonehouse b.1878
5. Mary Ann Stonehouse b.1878
6. Henry Stonehouse b.1883
7. Eliza Stonehouse b.1885
8. Ernest Stonehouse b.1889
9. Beatrice Stonehouse b.1890
Home address, age and occupation:
1881: Montague Buildings, Conisborough, Yorkshire, Scholar, aged 7

1891: 15 Clifton Street, Conisborough, Yorkshire Coal Miner, aged 17
1901: **
1911: 16 Chapel Street, Thurnscoe, Yorkshire, Coal Miner, aged 37

Marriage: He was unmarried

Military Service:
Enlisted: *date* at the age of **years at Wath on Dearne
Regiment and Battalion:    10th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment
Service number and rank:  15045 Private
Awards: 1915 Star, British War and Victory medals

Death:     26 September 1915  aged  41
CWGC Remembered: Loos Memorial Panel 105 and 106

Goldthorpe War Memorial, St John and St Mary Magdalene, Lockwood Road

This information has been supplied by PG, the 2x great nephew of Thomas Stonehouse.

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