This week commemorates 93 years since Thomas and the other soldiers were buried near Gueudecourt (this year is 94 years since they were killed).
Nothing has happened on any further fronts. I am upgrading the website I have created (this will take me a little while to do).
I have realised that for ANZAC Day this year I would love to be able to say that the Army History Unit got back to me saying that I was correct and Thomas and the others were buried near Gueudecourt in March 1917, and are most probably still there if their bodies were not caught in the continued shelling after March 1917. This would make my life and ANZAC Day!