OSBORNE, THOMAS ALFRED
G/13588 Thomas Alfred Osborn 4th
(R) Battalion, The Buffs.
Thomas Alfred Osborn.
Age 17 years 2 months.
Enlisted 9th November 1914 at
Next of kin- Thomas Alfred Osborn, 40,
Oswald Road, Dover. (Father)
Joined at Canterbury 9th
The Buffs 2/4 Attested Pte. 9/11/14.
The Buffs 4th (Res) Posted Pte. 9/11/16.
The Buffs 3rd Posted Pte. 29/12/16.
6th Posted Pte. 30/12/16.
D. Posted Pte. 27/2/17.
The Buffs 1st Posted Pte.
Home 9/11/14 to 29/12/16.
B.E.F. 30/12/16 to 26/2/17.
Home 27/2/17 to 7/6/17.
B.E.F. 8/6/17 to 28/5/18.
Home 29/5/18 to 1/9/18.
Wounded, g.s.w. back, left foot, right
thigh, severe. 16/5/18
To Hospital - Sick, Field, 17/2/17.
112 F. Amb. Admitted- Quincy Field
No. 13 General Hospital, to England per
H.S. St. Denis (Quincy and IGT right heel) Boulogne 25/2/17.
H. C.C.S. Admitted gun shot wound to back,
foot and thigh 16/5/18.
Admitted 53 General Hospital, 25/5/18.
Transferred to England 29/5/18.
Wounded 16/5/18. F.B. and many fragments of
bone removed, incontinence of faeces and retention of urine. No
loss of consciousness? or sensibility. Great sensitiveness of
Patient died 1/9/18. Gun shot wound back,
right thigh and groin, paraplegia.
Report of Death.
Regt. No. 13588 Rank Pte. Osborn Thomas
1/East Kent Regiment Age 20 Religion - Cof E. Disease
GSW back, paraplegia - Time of Death - 10.45. a.m. 1/9/18. The
King George Hospital, Stamford Street, S.E.
Father of soldier Thomas A. Osborn, 40
Oswald Road, Dover, Kent.
Ethel C. Osborn, age 28, 40, Oswald Road,
Fanny Osborn, age 25, address as above.