Thomas Carrington was born in 1888 in London. The son of a domestic groom and coachman, Thomas’ family moved around during his childhood. Thomas followed his father’s lead and became a chauffeur himself, taking up the role at Cusworth Hall. He lived with Leslie Jinks and Alfred Cooke in the grounds of the Hall. He married Bertha Booker in Doncaster in 1914. During the First World War it’s likely he served with the Army Service Corps, alongside Robert Cecil Battie Wrightson. He died in Doncaster in December 1943.
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