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Name: PATRICK, Thomas Wylie

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Nee: son of Rev. Thomas Wylie Patrick

Birth Date: 1874 Scotland

Death Date: 25 May 1919 Kilwa

First Date: 1907

Last Date: 1919

Profession: Nairobi Municipal Compound Manager and Meat Inspector 1912.

Area: Nairobi

Married: Elizabeth Catherine Linney, midwife, d. 20 Mar 1944 Merri-bek City, Victoria, Australia

Children: Thomas Wylie (27.3.1910 Nairobi-17 May 1943 on active service with RAAF, on Runnymede Memorial))

Book Reference: Gillett, HBEA, EAMR, CWGC, Globe, mini-Sitrep XXV, Bruce Mellor, Red Book 1912, Gazette

War Service: Served with EAMR during WW1 - A Sqdn. 10/8/14 - L/Cpl. 2/9/14; Cpl. 26/9/14; Sergt. 1/11/15

General Information:

CWGC - Dar es Salaam War Cemetery - Second Lieutenant T.W. Patrick, Graves Registration Unit. East African Unattached List. 25th May 1919. 1.F.14
The Globe Trotter - 6th March 1907 - The Engagement is announced of Thomas Wylie Patrick of Melbourne, second son of the late Rev. T.W. Patrick and Elizabeth Catherine Linney, only daughter of Alfred Linney of Plumstead, Kent.
mini-Sitrep XXV - died in service in May 1919 at Kilwa, of malaria. In 1911 he was the Nairobi meat inspector and his wife was a midwife. After his death she returned to Australia with their son in 1920.
Bruce Mellor - Migrated to Australia about 1884 - Service Record - Enlisted in Australian Army as Gunner No. 1114 and served full time from 6 Sep 1897 to 15 Feb 1901 - stationed at Queenscliffe, Victoria. Took train to Adelaide and stowed away on German Barque bound for Durban. Worked for his passage over to South Africa. Joined Prince of Wales Light Horse Regiment as Recruiting Sergeant in April 1901. Left P.ofW. Light Horse on 2 Dec 1901 and rejoined 1st Kitchener's Fighting Scouts. Left P.ofW. Lt. Horse as Sgt. Major and joined Kitchener's as Sgt. But became Squadron Sgt. Major in about 3 weeks' time, prior to 3 Feb 1902.
Red Book 1912 - T.W. Patrick - Nairobi
Gazette 3/9/1919 - Probate and Administration in respect of the estate of Thomas Wylie Patrick late of Nairobi who died at Kilwa on 26/5/1919. Applied for by Elizabeth Catherine Patrick of Nairobi.
EAMR - Photo - Sergeants' Mess

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