The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Lance Corporal T H Vaughan


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Lance Corporal Thomas Henry VAUGHAN, G/31563, 6th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment (formerly 32900, Cheshire Regiment), killed in action Flanders France, 19th September 1918, age 23.

Born Chester, Cheshire, enlisted Chester, Cheshire.

Son of Mrs. A. Vaughan, of Heathcote, Broughton Heath, Chester, Cheshire.

Commemorated at Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Panel 7., Pas de Calais, France.

AWARDS: MM, France - Croix De Guerre


London Gazette 29th November 1918.

War Office, 29th November. 1918.

The following are among the Decorations and medals awarded by the Allied Powers at various dates to the British Forces for distinguished services rendered during the course of the campaign.

His Majesty the King has given unrestricted permission in all cases to wear the Decorations • and medals in question.

Decorations conferred by THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC.

Croix de Guerre.

31563 Private (Lance-Corporal) Thomas Henry Vaughan, 6th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, formerly 8th Battalion, Border Regiment (Boughton Heath).


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