STOKES, Thomas

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2nd Lieut Thomas Stokes
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Conflict
Service Arm Colonial Forces
Citizen Military Force
Unit Geraldton Rifle Volunteers, Bunbury Rifle Volunteers, 1st Battalion WA Infantry Regiment
Service No.
Service Arm Army
Date of Birth 5 Jul 1865
Date of Death 1 Mar 1930
Relatives Wife - Jane Baker


This page is part of a Nominal Roll that is a Register of Western Australian Officers in Colonial Forces 1902 as they transitioned into the Commonwealth Forces. The longest serving officer was appointed on 1 November 1878 and the latest entry for promotion is the 18 April 1905. There are a total of 162 entries.