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Person Details
Nottingham
He was the husband of Mabel Agnes Keeton and the father of Thomas William, Claude and Harold Keeton. In 1911 they lived with Mabel's parents at 5 King George Street Woolpack Lane Nottingham.
He was a lace maker.
25 Jul 1917
36
145315 - CWGC Website
64358
Private
9th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Thomas Keeton enlisted in Derby and died of wounds 25/7/17. The battalion was in trenches near La Belle Alliance, Ypres (forward of Canal with HQ near Essex Farm) holding a brigade front whilst preparations were being made for the Third Battle of Ypres. Blue Cross and Mustard gasses were deployed by the Germans. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery Grave Reference: XVI H 1
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  • Photo taken by John Morse
    Thomas Keeton's grave in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery - Photo taken by John Morse