Thomas Lunney

Leading Aircraftman Thomas Lunney died on 22nd July 1947 after contracting pulmonary tuberculosis while serving in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.

Leading Aircraftman

Thomas Lunney

1063465

Leading Aircraftman Thomas Lunney of Belfast, Co. Antrim served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in the United Kingdom at the time of his untimely death due to illness.

Leading Aircraftman Thomas Lunney (1063465) served in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during World War Two. He was the son of Joseph Lunney and Mary J Lunney of Belfast, Co. Antrim.

He died on 22nd July 1947 aged 25 years old. The cause of death was tubercular meningitis as a result of pulmonary tuberculosis. Thomas served in the United Kingdom at the time and authorities in Belfast registered the death.

Thomas Lunney’s grave is in Section B, Row T, Grave 105 of Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim. His headstone bears the inscription:

On his soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.

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