- Edward Thomas (British Army soldier)
He enlisted as a drummer in the
Royal Horse Artillery, but transferred to the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards before the outbreak of hostilities. He was promoted to Sergeant on 5 November 1915and transferred to the Machine Gun Corpsin 1916. He returned to the Royal Irish Dragoons at the end of hostilities and was finally discharged in 1923.
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