Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Kimbolton (St James)

Inscription

In loving memory of

Our dear brother

Thomas Broome

of the

King's Shropshire Light Infantry

Killed in action

In France

March 4 1917

Aged 40 years


Interred at Fanbourg D'Amiens

Cemetery, Arras, France

Place of Inscription

Kimbolton (St James)

Herefordshire

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Thomas

Broome

1877

Kimbolton, Herefordshire

4th March 1917

A shell hit A Company's billet near the Quarter Master's Stores killing two men and injuring a third - it seems likely Tom Broome and his comrade Herbert Dudley were those killed and are buried together at Faubourg.

40

Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France

First World War

Private

7th Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry

A Company

There are two memorials to Thomas Broome in Kimbolton Cemetery

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