Digitized Service Record
Source: Remembering the Great War by the WR Record
Photo of Thomas Neil – In memory of the men and women who went to war from the Waterloo area and did not return. From the booklet, Peace Souvenir – Activities of Waterloo County in the Great War 1914 – 1918. From the Toronto Public Library collection. Submitted for the project, Operation: Picture Me.
Died of wounds Shrapnel – abdomen, groin and thigh. No. 6 Canadian Field Ambulance He was wounded in the abdomen, groin and thigh by shrapnel from an enemy shell, which exploded close to him on the road near Aix-Noulette.
Source: Kitchener Public Library
Neill, Thomas. Private
Enlisted March 18, 1916 with 111th Battalion of South Waterloo, and transferred to 18th Battalion.
Born March 11, 1899 in Manchester, England. Unmarried.
He died of wounds received in the neighborhood of Hill 70 on August 21, 1917, after serving four months in France.
His parents live at 15 William St W. Galt.
63 Birch St.,