Probably born in 1863, son of Elizabeth White. Brother of John White. In 1881 Thomas was a groom, living with his mother and John at Breach Yard. By 1891 he was married to Ann, born in Thame. They continued to live on High Street in 1901 and 1911. His name appeared on the Roll of Honour carried in the Oxford Chronicle of 18 September 1914 as having enlisted in Kitchener's Army. As we have seen, the Machine Gun Corps was formed in October 1915, from battalion machine gun and motorised machine gun companies. See also a reference to him in the Wheatley Tribunal chapter.