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Thomas Wood LEONARD

Late of ?

Brother to Michael A. LEONARD, # Q 7115

Brother to Charles LEONARD,  # Q 7396

Brother to Patrick Stephen LEONARD,  # Q 7644

Another ‘mentioned’ Brother is Roger.  It is not known if Roger was in the Police.

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # ‘Q‘ 9062

 For the purposes of this website, ‘Q‘ represents those Police joining between 1862 ( commencement of NSWPF ) – 23 February 1915 ( Commencement of NSWPF current numbering system )

Uniform #  A 1032

Rank:  Probationary Constable from 7 February 1910

Sergeant 3rd Class – retirement

Stations?, 11 Division ( Petersham ), Central ( 1 Division ), Regent St ( 2 Division ), Balmain, Narrandera

ServiceFrom  pre 7 February 1910  to  16 June 1946 = 36 years Service ( one day prior to his 60th birthday )

AwardsImperial Service Medal – granted 25 March 1947

Born:  17 June 1886 at Wingidgeon Station, Coonamble, NSW

Died on:  10 April 1957

Cause:  Heart failure

Age:  70

Funeral date?

Funeral location?

Buried at:  Cremated

Woronora Crematorium, NSW

Location BB, Section:  Rose Garden II,  Position:  0015

 Memorial at?

Thomas Wood LEONARD - NSWPF

 

THOMAS is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
* NOT JOB RELATED

 

 Funeral location ?

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Constable Thomas Wood Leonard

When Thomas Wood Leonard was born on June 17, 1886, at Wingidgeon Station, Coonamble, in New South Wales, his father, Edward, was thirty six and his mother, Elizabeth, was thirty two.
He married Violet Rabey on December 1, 1908, in Windsor, New South Wales.
He then had three children by the time he was twenty seven.
Thomas Wood Leonard was made a Probationary constable on February 7, 1910, Badge Number 9062.
The family initially lived between 1931 – 1937 at 140 Balmain Rd Leichhardt East but by 1949 he was a Sergeant living at 200 Belmore Road Blakehurst with his wife and children.
He was a Sergeant Third Class upon his retirement on the 16 June 1946, the day before his sixtieth birthday and was awarded the Imperial Service Medal on the 25 March 1947.
He had been based over the years at Petersham (11 Division), Central (1 Division), Regent Street (2 Division), Balmain and Narrandera to name a few stations. Ex-Sergeant Leonard died on April 10, 1957, in Sydney, New South Wales, at the age of seventy from heart failure.