Thomas William Hunt
- Born: ca. Apr 1894, Narrandera,,New South Wales,Australia
- Marriage (1): Gladys West Bamford on 11 Jul 1917
- Died: 9 Dec 1958, New South Wales, Australia aged about 64
Thomas tried to enlist in the AIF on 7 April 1915 at Moss Vale, NSW. He was a baker and listed his father, Thomas William Hunt of Narrandera as his next of kin. He was 21 years old and described as 5' 4" tall with a fair complexion, fair hair and blue eyes. His documents were forwarded to Sydney by the local Police officer which must have been standard practice when not enlisting at an official enlistment station. It appears that the documents were not acepted as it was not signed by said Police officer, Constable Burton. The service files reveal no further action until another application was made at Victoria Barracks, Sydney on 16 July 1917. At this time Thomas, still a baker, listed his postal address as the Royal Hotel in Emmaville, NSW. However, he was declared unfit for active service due to the fact that he had a hernia.
Noted events in his life were:
• He worked as a Baker at the time he tried to enlist in the AIF on 7 Apr 1915 in Moss Vale, New South Wales, Australia.
Thomas married Gladys West Bamford on 11 Jul 1917. (Gladys West Bamford was born on 7 Dec 1896 in Manchester, , Lancashire, England and died on 21 Oct 1978 in New South Wales, Australia.)