Milford, Thayer Vincent: Lieutenant

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Digitized Service Record

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Source: Operation Picture Me via The 18th Battalion Facebook Group. London Free Press Circa 1918.

Per the 4th infantry brigade diary it noted on the 17th of April 1918 that this officer became the officer commanding the Brigade Permanent Working Party.

“DIED OF WOUNDS.” Whilst taking part in operations near Iwuy on 11th October, 1918, he was severely wounded in the back. He was taken to No. 33 Casualty Clearing Stations where he died nine days later.

18th Battalion War Diary entry indicating that Lt. Milford died of wounds at no. 33 C.C.S.

18th Battalion War Diary entry indicating that Lt. Milford died of wounds at no. 33 C.C.S.

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