|Death:||Died in Westminster Hospital,London, London|
|Cause of death:||Tumor of the spine|
|Place of Burial:||Newport, Risca Rd Cemetery, Monmouthshire, United Kingdom|
|Managed by:||Coralie Hyde|
About Thomas Ryan
Was in the the Medical Staff Corps which became the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1898
Believed to be a Pharmasist
Fought in the Boer War 1888-1902
In 1920 he spent several weeks in the King William Ward, Westminster Hospital, London where he eventually died probably as a result of an operation on a tumor on his spine. The surgeon who attended him was Sir James Purveus Steward
Daphne has several letters from "Tom" to Nell and Kathleen who were living in Park quare, Newport, written during his time in hospital.
Daphne also has the Queens medal and the Kings medal awarded to Thomas ryan during the Boer war.
Buried in Newport (next to K Richards)