A postman and head postman and the child of Thomas Horn (a brewers drayman) and Harriett Woods, Thomas Horne, the first cousin twice-removed on the father's side of Nigel Horne, was born in Kings Cross, London, England on 13 Jun 18811, was baptised in Camden, London, England on 28 Aug 1881 and was married twice, to Gertrude Farley (on 17 Feb 1906 in Grays Inn Road, London, England) and Mary Johnson (on 12 Oct 1918 in Finsbury Park, London, following the death of Gertrude Farley c. May 1917)2. He had 1 child with Mary Johnson, Lilian M.
During his life, he was living at Britannia Street, St Pancras, London on 31 Mar 1901; at 35 Wharton Street, Clerkenwell, London on 2 Apr 1911, less than a mile from his mother Harriett Woods who was living at Derby Buildings, St Pancras, London & Middlesex, England, London, Middlesex and his sister Hilda Horn who was living at Derby Buildings, St Pancras, London & Middlesex, England, London, Middlesex; and at 137 Derby Buildings, St Pancras, London on 29 Sep 1939. He served in the military on 1914-1920 (soldier Number: 185580, Rank: Gunner, Corps: Royal Garrison Artillery).
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