7 Tipton men died serving with the Labour Corps. The Labour Corps was formed in 1917, often the men were those who were below the medical standard required for infantry soldiers. Many of these men had previously served in infantry regiments but were no longer fit due to sickness or wounds.
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|Surname||Forename||Rank/Number||Regiment||Date of Death|
|Biddulph||John||Pte 313798||Labour Corps||12 Nov 1918|
|Coley||Joseph||Pte 17244||Labour Corps||25 Dec 1917|
|Fletcher||James||Pte 294810||Labour Corps||21 Nov 1918|
|Jones||Joseph||Pte 514915||Labour Corps||1 Nov 1918|
|Pearce||Joseph||Pte 564180||Labour Corps||3 May 1919|
|Preece||Richard||Sgt 611381||Labour Corps||5 Nov 1918|
|Stone||Harold||Pte 16026||Labour Corps||21 Apr 1918|