I googled "Lieutenant Thomas WORTH - Royal Marine Artillery - killed at
Cadiz - 23rd November 1810 " and came up with a book about the incident.
Did you try that?
Nancy - dreary Windsor
On Sun, Jun 10, 2018 at 12:52 PM, liverpud <liverpud-49(a)rogers.com> wrote:
How can I find out more about Thomas WORTH's background?
Lieutenant John BUCKLAND - Royal Marine Artillery - killed at Cadiz - 23rd
Lieutenant Thomas WORTH - Royal Marine Artillery - killed at Cadiz - 23rd
November 1810 (both buried Gibraltar)
Memorial at Trafalgar Cemetery, Gibraltar - "To the Memory of Lieutenants
Thomas Worth and John Buckland of the Royal Marine Artillery who were
killed by the same shot on the 23 November 1810 while directing the
Howitzer Boats in an attack on the enemies Flotilla in Cadiz Bay. Their
Brother Officers on the same station have caused this stone to be erected
as a tribute of respect to two who were the brightest ornaments of their
Edna - sunny Ottawa