15/10/1914- Completed Medical Examination & Allotted to ” D ” Company 16th Battalion Blackboy Hill WA as Private
22/12/1914- Embarked Fremantle WA aboard ” Ceramic ” bound for Egypt
3/02/1915- Disembarked Alexandria ex Australia to Overseas Training Base
12/04/1915- Embarked Alexandria with Mediterranean Expeditionary Forces bound for Gallipoli Peninsula
12/05/1915- Admitted to 1st Southern General Hospital Dudley Road Section Birmingham England  ( Abdominal Injury ) ex Hospital Ship ex Gallipoli
8/06/1915- Transferred Tooting Military Hospital England ( Pulmonary Tuberculosis )
30/06/1915- Discharged to  Depot Duty England
25/08/1915- Admitted Woodcote Park Military Convalescent Hospital Epsom England
7/10/1915- Transferred to 3rd Australian Aux Hospital Harefield Middlesex England
30/10/1915- Discharged to Duty at Horseferry Road London
12/12/1915- Embarked Portland England aboard ” Star of England ” for Return to Australia
23/01/1916- Disembarked Fremantle WA ex England to No. 8 Australian General Hospital Fremantle ” Phthisis ) “.
24/03/1916- No. 8 AGH Fremantle  completed Medical Board Report
14/04/1916- Medical Board Recommendation for Soldier to be Discharged as Permanently unfit for Active Service
13/07/1916- Discharged from Service (  Permanently Medically Unfit )

9/10/1918-  MANNS, Thomas Henley Died in England whilst working as a Munitions Worker.



1914/15 Star – Medal No. 2927

British War Medal – No. 1417

Victory Medal – No. 1415.