Thomas Arthur Nutcombe (1898-1918), Second Lieutenant in the 101st Squadron, Royal Air Force, and East Lancashire Regiment, died of accidental injuries at the Somme, in northern France, on 2 August 1918, aged 20. His body is buried with a Commonwealth War Grave Commission headstone in the Crouy British Cemetery Crouy-sur-Somme (IV. E. 6), and his death is memorialized in this family grave along with his parents and his a sister.
Thomas Arthur Nutcombe was the son of Thomas Henry and Mary Anne Nutcombe of Cambridge. He was born in Cardiff on 21 April 1898. By 1911 the family had moved to Cambridge, where they lived at 24 Beche Road.
Lat Lon : 52.201904, 0.13811067 – click here for location
Parish : Holy Trinity
War Graves Photographic Project
1901 and 1911 census, Cambridge Independent Press 23/2/1917, 16/8/1918, and 30/8/1918
By Ian Bent and Jo Costin