Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal, Efficiency Medal, bar Militia, Staff Sergeant T.H. Lemon, R.A.P.C.
Thomas Henry Lemon was born in Hounslow Middlesex on 1st March 1901.
He first joined the R.A.M.C. at Hounslow on 16th August 1920, he stayed at the RAMC Depot until February 1921 when he was posted to India and was stationed at Lucknow until posted home on 15th December 1925.
He was transferred to the reserves on 15th August 1927 and released in 1932.
Joining the Supplementary Reserve prior to 1939 with the R.A.P.C. he was called up for war service on 2nd September 1939 his trade “Civil Subordinate”, he served during the war with the 44th Battalion RAPC in Radcliffe, Lancashire.
Released from service on 25th July 1945, he later died in Chatham, Kent during September 1984.