Thomas Christopher John Sinton
4 May 1906 - The Manse, Dores, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom - [ s2705 ]
23 October 1943 - Algeria - [ s3428 ]
Birth Registration of Thomas Christopher John Sinton - 4 May 1906
|[RFSS May 2014]|
|They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:|
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them
|Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Casualty Details|
|SINTON, The Rev. THOMAS CHRISTOPHER J.|
|Rank:||Chaplain 4th Class|
|Date of Death:||23rd October 1943|
|Regiment/Service:||Royal Army Chaplains' Department attached to 7th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders|
|Grave Reference:||12. C. 14.|
|Cemetery:||El Alia Cemetery|
|Additional Information:||Son of the Revd. Thomas Sinton, D.D., and Catherine Sinton. M.A. (Edin.).|
|For more details on the cemetery click on Commonwealth War Graves Commission|
There is a memorial to the Reverend T. C. J. Sinton, M.A. in the form of a lecturn in Stanley Parish Church, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom.
|[ s2705 ]
||Birth Registration - Birth of Thomas Christopher John Sinton to Thomas and Catherine Sinton on 4 May 1906 in The Manse, Dores, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom - General Register Office for Scotland, Births 1906, Parish of Dores, County of Inverness, Page 1, Index Number 3 - BR1906-04-05-TCJS
|[ s3428 ]
||Military Record - Commonwealth War Graves Commission - MIL-1943-23-10-TCJS
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