This site commemorates the men and women of Collingham, Linton and Micklethwaite who served during World War 1.
Harland, Thomas Edmonds
(1897-?)

Rank Private

Service Number M2/116096

Service Army

Battalion

Regiment Royal Army Service Corps

Information

Thomas Edmonds Harland was born in Leeds in 1897, the son of Thomas Michael and Mary Helen Harland and the elder brother of James Pullan Harland. Mary had been born in Linton, but in 1911, the family were living at 216 Harehills Avenue, Leeds where Thomas was a laundryman.

By 1918, and again in 1919, Thomas appeared on the Collingham absent voters list due to Naval or Military service. He served as a Private, service number M2/116096, in the Royal Army Service Corps.

Thomas' brother, James Pullan Harland, also served in the Great War and survived, and his sister, Dora Mary Harland, served in the Voluntary Aid Detachment.

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