PUGH Thomas James
Regiment : Royal Engineers
Service number : 165006
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 17th March 1917 aged 32
Place of death : Willesden Military Hospital
Buried : Pershore Cemetery, Worcestershire, England, Grave N. 64.
Birthplace : Born and enlisted Pershore, Worcestershire
Relatives : Son of Alfred and Jane Pugh; husband of Annie E. Pugh, of High St., Pershore
Memorial : Pershore Abbey
Also appears on : Pershore C of E School now in Pershore Working Men's Club. Pershore Cemetery.
Additional information on the memorial: Royal Engineers
High Street. R.E. Married a Cornelius. Mother lives in Head Street, next to Mission Hall. Died in London 17th March 1917.
Additional information from Pershore Parish Records, Holy Cross, Film No 216/7, available at Worcestershire Archives.
Thomas James Pugh, son of Edward Pugh, age 33, died in Willesden Military Hospital, St Mary’s Road, Willesden, N.W. and was buried in Pershore Cemetery on 22nd March 1917. The ceremony was performed by Arthur H. Phelps.
Register of Burials in War Graves in Pershore Cemetery courtesy of Pershore Town Council.
Trudy Burge has created the WW1 Pershore website to commemorate the men from Pershore who served their country from 1914 to 1918: