Born: 13th June 1887, Great Barton, Suffolk.
Died: 15th April 1917; age 29; Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine.
Enlistment Location: Chatham; Date: 6th January 1917; Occupation: Clerk in Holy Orders. Height: 5ft 10 ins, dark complexion, dark hair & grey eyes. Signed up for the Duration of Hostilities.
Service: 6th January 1917 – 27th March 1917 – ‘Pembroke II’ – Stoker 2nd Class. 28th March 1917 – 13th April 1917 – ‘Hannibal’ – character – Very Good.
Rank: Stoker 2nd Class; Service Number: K/39618
Regiment: Royal Navy, H.M. Transport ‘Arcadian’.
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Richard M. Scott & Elizabeth Jane Scott, of ‘Barton Cottage’, Holland Road, Felixstowe, Suffolk.
1891 Miller’s House, Great Barton, Suffolk.
Thomas was 3 years old and living with his parents & sisters.
Richard Maillard Scott, 35, a Miller & Biscuit Maker – employer, born Great Barton.
Elizabeth Jane Scott (nee Brown), 35, born Mildenhall, Suffolk.
Anna Nelly Scott, 8, born Great Barton.
Daisy Scott, 6, born Great Barton.
Charlotte Scott, 5, born Great Barton.
Gwendoline Scott, 1, born Great Barton.
1 general domestic servant.
1 miller’s apprentice.
1901 Thursby Lane, Ipswich.
Thomas was 13 years old and living with his parents & sisters.
Richard, 45, a Bread & Biscuit Maker – employer.
Daisy, 17, a Clerk.
Mary Ethel Scott, 8, born Great Barton.
Elsie Scott, 4, born Great Barton.
1911 Thursby Lane, Ipswich.
Thomas was 22 years old, a Lay Reader. He was living with his parents & sisiters.
Richard, 55, a Bread & Biscuit Maker – employer.
Elizabeth, 55, Assisting in the Business.
Mary, 18, a Help at Home.