McKee, Thomas Henry
Baker who enlisted in the 9th Reinforcements, 13th Army Service Corps, serving in Gallipoli in 1915 before being admitted to hospital in Egypt with an injury to his foot. He was sent to France and in April 1916 he was punished for being absent from tattoo roll call and overstaying his leave. He was punished for absence without leave four times during his service. He was admitted to hospital with pneumonia in Rouen and in 1917 and 1918 he was admitted to hospital for venereal disease on a number of occasions before he was sent back to the Field Bakery in Rouen in January 1919.