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Name Thomas George SHOUBRIDGE
Born 26th June 1896 John Street, Shoeburyness, Essex where his father was serving as a driver for the Royal Artillery.
Regiment L/6540 HMS May M15
Served Victory 1, Europaz, Equiout (M21), Hannibal. Egmont (Port Said), Attentive (M21)
His record shows he was 5ft 4 ins tall, 36 ins chest Grey eyes, fair hair and fresh complexion and a footman when he enlisted.
Died 20th October 1918.10.1918 aboard HMS M21
It hit two mines off Ostend , but managed to steam to Dover where it sank 29th October 1918
His body was lost at sea.
Age 22
Cemetery Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Family In 1911 his parents George Henry and Ellen Shoubridge were living at 5 Andrews Cottages , Andrews Road moving later to Stumbleholm, Southwater Street.

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