Lieutenant Thomas B. Butler Stoney

Regiment: Irish Guards
Date published: 26/10/1917
Killed in action: Yes
Date of death: 30/09/1917
Age at death: 42
Cemetery: Lorrha Old Cemetery, County Tipperary, Ireland, Republic Of
Plot: In family plot, by entrance.
Information: Lieutenant Thomas B. Butler Stoney, Irish Guards, of Portland Park, Co. Tipperary, died at the Empire Hospital, Vincent Square, London on September 30th 1917, from wounds received in action on July 4th, was the eldest son of Charles Butler Stoney, D.L. He first went to France with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, but in April, 1916, was transferred to the Irish Guards. He was seriously wounded in the following September at Ginchy, and returned to England. He rejoined his battalion in France in February 1917, and on July 4th received the wounds from which he died. He was Justice of the Peace for Co. Tipperary.