BAGNALL, Thomas – World War One

Thomas Bagnall was the son of William Bagnall  and Maria Evans  he was born in Eyton in 1876. After his father died he stayed with Maria at Brook Cottage, Eyton until he married Ruth Letitia Lewis in 1903. He moved to Wrexham and worked in the leather works, and by 1911 had  3 children alive.

Thomas died aged 42 at the Barracks Hospital   in 1918  and was buried on 29 November 1918 in Wrexham Cemetery, Ruth Letitia lived till she was 78 . She was buried on 30 July 1960 in the same grave.

full_name: BAGNALL, Thomas rank: Private number: 6213 regiment: Royal Welch Fusilers transf to (354634) Labour Corps birth: abt 1876 birthplace: Eyton death: 24/11/1918 place_of_death: at The Barracks Hospital, Wrexham burial: 29/11/1918 age: 42 relationship: Husband of Ruth Letitia Bagnall, of 9, Crescent Road, Wrexham. Section: K plot_ref: 03020 address: 9 Cresent Road, Wrexham Wrexham Cemetery, Ruabon Road War: WWI – World War One cemetery_or_memorial: Wrexham Cemetery remarks: Agricultural Corps 418 transcript: 6213 PRIVATE T. BAGNALL, ROYAL WELCH FUSILIERS. 24TH NOVEMBER 1918

Source: Transcription and photographs Graham Lloyd. Additional research by Annette Edwards.

Wrexham Cemetery 16/02/2018

Grave ref: Wrexham Cemetery K-03020

War Casualties at Wrexham Cemetery.