Thomas John Adams

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Unit at enlistment: 
215th Battalion
Volunteered or conscripted: 
Survived the war: 
Mount Hope Cemetery, Soldiers' Plot, Brantford, Ontario
Birth country: 
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Birth city: 
Address at enlistment: 
236 Nelson Street, Brantford, Ontario
Next of kin address: 
236 Nelson Street, Brantford, Ontario
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Religious denominations: 
Church of England
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Letters and documents

BX November 16, 1918

Is Doing Well

Mrs. Adams, formerly of 236 Nelson Street, has received word from the Canadian Red Cross at London, that Private Thomas John Adams, who served with the 3rd Battalion, is up and cheerful, and well on the road to recovery. He is at the Colchester Hospital, Essex.

BX August 28, 1951

Thomas John Adams

Thomas J. Adams, 27 Herbert Street, died today in the Brantford General Hospital, in his 68th year.  Born in Belfast, Ireland, he came 47 years ago to Brantford, where he had since resided.  Mr. Adams served with the second division of the Canadian Army in the First World War. Surviving are a son Lindsay Adams, Brantford, and a daughter, Miss Helen Adams, Oakville.  Mr. Adams is resting at the Hill and Robinson Funeral Home, where the funeral service will be conducted Thursday afternoon. Interment will be in the Soldiers’ Plot, Mount Hope Cemetery.

BX August 31, 1951

Thomas J. Adams

The funeral service for Thomas J. Adams was conducted Thursday afternoon at the Hill and Robinson Funeral Home, by Rev. Leslie B. Jenkins, of St. James Anglican Church.  Many relatives and friends attended the service and the profusion of flowers evinced the esteem in which the deceased was held.  The pallbearers, all members of the Canadian Legion, under E.R. Edwards, were D. Monkman, A. Wright, G. Richwood, J. Lune, A. Sutton and G. Giles. Interment was in the Soldiers’ Plot, Mount Hope Cemetery.