In 1888, 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge was born in Liverpool to Thomas James McGeorge, a fruit broker, and his wife Euphemia. According to the 1911 census, he was also living with his sister, Mary Isabel, age 23; her daughter, Veronica, aged four months; and four servants in Woolton Hill House, Woolton.
2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge originally joined 17th Kings Liverpool as a Private. He was commissioned on April 1915 as part of the 2/5th Bn Manchester Regiment.
According to Commonwealth War Graves Commission, “2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge, son of Thomas James and Euphemia of 27 Alexandra Drive Sefton Park Liverpool, 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge served 5th Bn Manchester Regiment, died 7th August 1915.
Probate effects to Father Thomas James effects of £7,513 5s 1d (Resworn £9,272 19s 10d.)”
2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge is remembered on the following memorials:
All Saints Church Childwall
Woolton Golf Cub Speke Rd Woolton
2nd Lieutenant Thomas Leslie McGeorge is Remembered with Honour Helles Memorial Gallipoli.