WW1 - T. I. O'Gorman

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Death of Postman

By Malcolm Marples

As reported in the 20 November 1914 Mansfield Chronicle Advertiser

 

 

 

MANSFIELD POSTMAN KILLED AT THE WAR

 

News has been received this week of the death of Mr. T. I. O’Gorman in France through wounds. He was a postman in the employ of the Mansfield Post Office at the outbreak of the war, having been transferred a short time previously from Creswell. He was in the Lincolnshire Regiment, and acted as orderly to Captain Hollings, he having been employed previously at the mills. He was described as a smart gentlemanly man, and the Post Office staff deeply regretted his loss. He was to have been married to Miss Marston, of 56 Blenheim-terrace, Mansfield Woodhouse, who received the news of his death, which took place on October 28th.

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