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01/12/2021 Thomas was the husband of Margaret Seymour.
01/12/2021 The family details compiled are speculated as information is limited.
01/12/2021 Isaac Seymour and Susan Rolston were married on 13th October 1864 in the district of Armagh.
01/12/2021 Known family: Isaac Seymour, Susan Seymour, Unnamed son Seymour (born 9th June 1866), Jane Seymour (born 17th July 1867), David Seymour (born 18th February 1870), Mary Seymour (born 28th December 1872).
01/12/2021 Isaac Seymour died on 8th February 1873 in the Blackwatertown area, aged 30.
01/12/2021 It seems Susan went on to have two more children.
01/12/2021 Thomas James Seymour was the son of Susan Seymour.
01/12/2021 The Canadian Virtual War Memorial lists Thomas, so he must spent some time in Canada.
01/12/2021 Corporal Thomas Seymour arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Irish Fusiliers on 7th August 1915.
01/12/2021 He was living in Bridgeton, Glasgow when he returned to Armagh to enlist.
01/12/2021 Corporal Thomas Seymour was serving with the 5th Battalion of the Royal Irish Fusiliers when he died of wounds, at sea, in the Dardanelles on Thursday 19th August 1915.
01/12/2021 Corporal Thomas Seymour has no known grave and is commemorated on the Helles Memorial on the tip of the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey.
01/12/2021 Corporal Thomas Seymour is commemorated on Page 568 of Canada's First World War Book of Remembrance.
01/12/2021 The CWGC record Corporal Thomas Seymour as the son of Maie Seymour. He is also recorded as the husband of Margaret Miles (formerly Seymour), of 1 Douglas Drive, Calder Road, Mossend, Lanarkshire.
01/12/2021 An unnamed son was born 5th August 1877. Thomas James Seymour was born on 28th October 1881 in the Charlemont - Blackwatertown - Benburb area. GRONI does not record their fatherís name.
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