Awaiting Commemoration – Pte 33217 George Thomas Nichols, 27th Manchesters. Died from TB 03/06/1920. @infromthecold1

Private Nichols had been a Builders Labourer when he joined 27th Battalion at Ashton on 14 February 1916.  He was discharged on 20 June 1916.  George died from TB aggravated by service and Laryngeal Exhaustion on 3 June 1920.  He is buried in an unmarked grave at Delph Independent Chapelyard.  His widow Mary lived at Bell Yard, Delph, Saddleworth. The couple had five children.

IFCP have applied commemoration. Research with Manchesters Forum.

Not Forgotten 100 years after his death.

Unforgotten Casualties of the Manchester Regiment

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