Private Thomas Taylor
36646 8th Leicestershire Regiment
Killed in Action 3rd May 1917,
Arras France,age 29
Lived at 33 Charlotte Street
Commemorated on the Arras Memorial France

Burnley Express 15th September 1917 - 29th June 1918

WEAVER PRESUMED DEAD (Burnley Express 29th June 1918)

Mr. and Mrs Taylor, 33 Charlotte-street, Burnley, have been notified of the death of their son. Pte. Thomas Taylor, 36646 of the Leicestershire Regt., who had been missing since the 3rd of May 1917. Before enlisting in February 1916, he was a weaver at Haythornthwaites Mount Pleasant Mill and was also a member of St. Aidan's Mission. He was aged 29 years. Three brothers are serving, two in France and the other in Scotland.






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