Served in Ireland and arrived in France with the 2/6th Battalion in February 1917. Fatally wounded and missing on 27th April 1917.
Samuel re-enlisted into the 2/6th Battalion in October 1914 aged 34. He had previously served 9 years with the 2nd Volunteer Battalion Sherwood Foresters.
Senior NCOs of the 2/6th Battalion at the Empire Hotel in Buxton
Samuel in Ireland during the summer of 1916
South African Medal roll recording Samuel Lomas’s entitlement
Citation for the Distinguished Conduct Medal
2/6th Battalion War Diary entry recording the attack on QUARRIES and COLOGNE FARM on the 27th April 1917. During the attack Samuel Lomas was wounded and missing. In total the 2/6th Battalion lost 4 Officers and 31 men missing or killed in action.