|Street:||6 St. Bridgid's Terrace|
|Alternative Address:||Bog Lane, Longford|
Possible entry in the hospital at the workhouse under the initials T McN, age 9
Resident with his parents at Bog Lane
|Regiment/Unit:||Machine Gun Corps|
|Date of Death:|
|Cause:||Survived WW1 & WW2, died of natural causes|
|Memorial:||Ballymacormack Cemetery, Longford, Co. Longford|
Thomas was born at Longford Workhouse on the 27 January 1892. Prior to WW1 In early 1913, he married Maggie (Margaret) Lyons in St. Mel's Cathedral, Longford on the 3 February 1913, and they went on to have a large family of nine children.
Thomas enlisted for War service and was attached to the Machine Gun Corps, operating a Vickers machine gun. During his service, Thomas contracted malaria. He was discharged from the Army in March 1919. After WW1, Thomas returned to Longford, and was the Chair of the Longford Ex-Servicemen's Club for a time.
Interestingly, Thomas's father, John, also served in the Great War.
Thomas re-enlisted for service in World War 2, possibly in the Royal Army Service Corps; it is believed to have achieved the rank of sergeant.
He died on the 6 June 1951.
|Parents Names:||Son of John McNally and Elizabeth [Lizzie] (née Curry), Bog Lane, Longford|