This appears to be the son of Ernest Putt, post messenger, and Mary Ann, both born in Wheatley. Thomas was born in the village in 1900. The family were living in Blenheim, Wheatley in 1901 and in 1911. Thomas attended the Chapel Sunday School. He became a telegraphist in the R.N. Volunteer Reserve, No. Z/7913, earning the Victory and British War medals.
He was living at 13 Blenheim or possibly 7 or 8 Blenheim.