NameThomas Bagnall CURTIS , G Uncle
Birth1898, Manchester, Lancashire, England3
Death8 Oct 1918
BurialGrevillers British Cemetery, Pas De Calais, France
FatherThomas CURTIS (~1861-~1943)
MotherFrances BAGNALL (1859-1909)
No Children
Notes for Thomas Bagnall CURTIS
In the October to December 1898 birth index Thomas Bagnall Curtis, Prestwich, Lancashire, volume 8d, page 322.

In the 1901 census civil parish South Manchester, Ecclesiastical parish Birch in Rushulme St. Agnes living at 15 Slade Grove, Levenshulme, Manchester.
Thomas Curtis age 39, born at Manchester, Lancs. living on his own means.
Wife Frances Curtis, age 41 born at Manchester.
Daughter Marian F. Curtis age 15. Son Benjamin L. Curtis, age 13,
Daughter Bertha I. Curtis age 11.
Daughter Jessie Curtis age 7.
Son Thomas B. Curtis age 2.
All the children are listed as being born in Manchester. Gertrude Curtis is not listed.

In the 1911 census 83 Stockport Road, Levenshulme, Chorlton, Lancashire, Ardwick sub district, South Manchester parish.
Thomas Curtis, head, widower, age 49, wine merchant, born Manchester.
Daughter Marion Curtis, single, age 25, teacher, born Manchester.
Daughter Bertha I Curtis, single, age 21, teacher, born Manchester.
Daughter Tessie [must be Jessie] Curtis, single, age 17, student, born Manchester.
Son Thomas B. Curtis, single, age 12, student, born Manchester.
Daughter Hilda C Curtis, age 8, student, born Manchester.
Servant Emma Lee, single age 51, born Sheffield.

Private, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment
Service number 60539
Pas de Calais Grevillers British Cemetery XVI. A.11.

His medal card is available from the National Archives DocumentsOnLine Thomas B. Curtis Cheshire Regiment No 60539, Private.

UK WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls
Private Thomas Bagnall Curtis, Cheshire Regiment Regimental Number 60539

Soldiers who died in the Great War.
Thomas Bagnall Curtis, born Manchester, died 8 October 1918, Private, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, Reg. No. 60539, died of wounds, Theatre of War - Western European Theatre.

Note: The 1st Battalion Cheshire Regiment was a part of the15th Infantry Brigade and British 5th Infantry Division for all of WWI. Since Thomas Curtis died of wounds, rather than killed in action, it is possible he was wounded during one of the following
September 18, 1918 during the Battle of Epehy in France or
September 27 to October 1 the Battle of Canal du Nord, France
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