Son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan McDonald, of 29, Lees St., South Dunedin. Served in Egypt, 1915-16, at Gallipoli, and on the Western Front, 1916.
“McDONALD.—On March 8, 2/1324 Bombardier Thomas McDonald, dearly beloved son of A. J. and M. A. McDonald (103 Macandrew road), and brother of the late Corporal J. F. McDonald (killed in action, August 25, 1918), also brother of the late Gunner W. A. McDonald (died from pneumonia in Egypt, November 6, 1916); aged 24 years. Deeply mourned. - A patient sufferer gone to rest.” [Otago Witness, Issue 3391, 12 March 1919, Page 35]
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