Thomas Seivewright Malcolm

Military Information

  • Date of enlistment:
  • Place of enlistment: Dundee
  • Service no: 3/1248
  • Rank: Private
  • Awards:
  • Regiment/Service: Black Watch
  • Unit/Ship: 'B' Company, 1st Battalion
  • Place of Death: Loos
  • Age at Death: 24
  • Date of Death: 25/09/1915
  • Burial Country: France
  • Cemetery: Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais
  • Grave/Mem Ref no: Panel 78- 83

Personal Information

  • Date of Birth:
  • Place of Birth: Broughty Ferry
  • Address: Balmossie Mill, Barnhill, Broughty Ferry
  • Occupation: Bleacher with Messrs Watson & Shield
  • Mother:

    Mrs Malcolm

  • Father:

    James Malcolm

  • Siblings:

    James Malcolm

  • Spouse:

    Jane Ann Heather Malcolm, 166 King St, Broughty Ferry

  • Children:

More about Thomas Seivewright Malcolm

Private Thomas Malcolm servied time as a regular soldier in the¬†Army Reserves¬†before being recalled in August 1914. His brother, James, was serving in ‘A’ Company and wrote home to say that Tom’s body had been ‘found lying in German trench they had taken’. He died on the opening day of The Battle of Loos and is named on the 1914-1918 War Memorial in St. Margaret’s Church, Barnhill.

Additional information kindly supplied by Christine Johnston

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