Thomas Neville
Thomas Neville
(1886-)

 

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Rose Coey

Thomas Neville 62

  • Born: 26 Apr 1886, Carlow, Ireland 850
  • Marriage: Rose Coey on 1 Mar 1916 in Rosser, Manitoba, Canada 62
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1921 Census of Canada: Thomas, age 34, with wife Rose, age 26, and children Lillian R., age 4, 9 Jun 1921. 23 , Reginald, age 2, and Dorothy, age 1.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Residence: 501 Rathgar, 9 Jun 1921. 23 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Occupation: Manager, 9 Jun 1921. 23 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 4 Jun 1915. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Medical: Military medical exam, 24 Jun 1915. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas is described as 5' 11" height, 40" Chest with 5 1/2" expansion , dark complexion, brown eyes, and black hair.
Religion is shown as Church of England.
The medical examiner declared him fit for duty.

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 28 Oct 1916. 577 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Particulars about Thomas Neville while in 251st battalion.

Occupation: Policeman, 4 Jun 1915. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 19 Feb 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Residence: 1828 Logan Ave, 19 Feb 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Medical: Military medical inspection, 19 Feb 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas is described as 5' 11" height, 38 1/2" Chest with 2 1/2" expans ion, dark complexion, brown eyes, and black hair.
Religion is shown as Church of England.
He had a scar on his right knee, and his eyesight was a little deficie nt, but OK.
The medical examiner declared him fit for duty.

Military: Discharged as medically unfit, 25 Jul 1916. 577,850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Military: Discharged as medically unfit, 15 Feb 1916. 577 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 16 Oct 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
He was assigned to #10 Casualty Clearing Depot.

Residence: 584 Bannerman Ave, 16 Oct 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Medical, 16 Oct 1916. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas is described as 5' 10 3/4" height, 38" Chest with 4" expansion , dark complexion, dark brown eyes, and dark hair.
Religion is shown as Church of England.
The medical examiner declared him fit for duty.

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 9 May 1917. 577,850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Document shows prior military experience as 3 years in the Royal Navy , 2 years in the CEF (61st, 183rd, and 251st battalions).
He was transferred from the 251st battalion to the No. 4 Forestry Dra ft.

Residence: 256 Dorothy St, 9 May 1917. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Occupation: Labourer, 9 May 1917. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Medical: Military medical inspection, 9 May 1917. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas is described as 5' 10 1/2" height, 36 1/2" Chest with 3 1/2" ex pansion, dark complexion, brown eyes, and black hair.
Vision is shown as R. eye - 20/80, L. eye 20/200.
Hearing is shown as normal.
Religion is shown as Roman Catholic.
The medical examiner declared him fit for duty.

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 3 Jun 1918. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The record states that he was discharged from 61 Battalion and #4 Fore stry due to defective vision.

Residence: 1599 William Ave, 3 Jun 1918. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Occupation: Policeman, 3 Jun 1918. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Military: Discharged as medically unfit, 7 Feb 1919. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Medical: Military medical inspection, 3 Jun 1918. 850 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas is described as 5' 11 3/4"height, 45"Chest with 3" expansion, d ark complexion, brown eyes, and black hair.
Vision is shown as R. eye - 20/80, L. eye 20/200.
Hearing is shown as normal.
Religion is shown as Church of England..
The medical examiner declared him as status C1 for duty.

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 17 Feb 1917. 577 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Thomas was transferred to the #10 Casualty Clearing depot

Military: Canadian Overseas Expiditionary Force, 22 Mar 1917. 577 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
He was discharged from the 251st battalion

Military: Discharged as medically unfit, 3 Jun 1918. 577 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


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Thomas married Rose Coey, daughter of Samuel Coey and Rose Eliza Vamell, on 1 Mar 1916 in Rosser, Manitoba, Canada.62 (Rose Coey was born on 29 Oct 1894 in Russell, Marquette, Manitoba, Canada 62,91,336.)




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