Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

inscription

In

Loving memory of

Thomas William Biggs

Dearly loved son of

G.L. and C.E. Biggs

Who was killed Aug 17 1944

At Falaise Buried in

Bannville La Campagne

British Cemetery France


Until the day breaks

place of inscription

St Mary Fownhope

Herefordshire

who does this memorial relate to?

Forename:

Surname:

Date of Birth:

Place of Birth:

Date of Death:

Place of Death:

Age at death:

Burial place:

Commemoration:

War:

Rank:

Regiment/Unit/Squadron:

Company/
Squadron/Unit:

Other Regiment/Unit/Squadron served:

Citations:

Additional Comments:

Thomas William

Biggs

12th September 1915

Fownhope, Herefordshire

17th August 1944

Killed in action at Falaise, France

29

Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France

Second World War

Fusilier

1st/6th Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers

He was originally buried at St Pierre du Bu, Calvados, France

Other Records from the same place:

East

First World War

Harold Henry

East

1st/1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment

Higgins

First World War

Percy Charles

Higgins

10th Battalion The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Powell

First World War

Ernest Sydney

Powell

3rd Battalion South Wales Borderers

For more records from the same place:

Other Records from the same battalion/unit/squadron:

For more records from the same battalion/unit/squadron:

Find more

Hello there!

Have you found this useful?
Wars Last Goodbyes has always been a free resource for all to use
But would you consider supporting this project?
If you would, head over to my PATREON page and know that by supporting WLG you'll be supporting the costs of hosting this website and the ongoing quest for further memorials and 'last goodbyes' to those lost to war... plus you'll get updates and behind the scenes stuff going forward...

Thank you in advance and I hope you've found something that you were looking for.

Jo - Wars Last Goodbyes

Wars Last Goodbyes Blog