Halliwell, Thomas

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Halliwell, Thomas

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fl 1890-1986

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Thomas Halliwell was born in 1890 at Rugby in Warwickshire, the youngest son of Railway Engine Driver John Halliwell who was originally from Rochdale. Thomas attended the City of Leeds Training College in 1910-12, resident at Buckingham House in 1911. He was Assistant Master at Murray School, Rugby from 1908-1910, Park Avenue School, Attleborough from 1912-1927 and in that year moved to Woolmer Green CE School in Knebworth and later Offley Endowed CE School near Hitchin. During WW1 he enlisted 1914 and took part in the second landing at Gallipoli later serving in Salonica and Palestine.

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