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Thomas Tidy (British Army officer)

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Died  1 July 1874
Commands held  Eastern District
Rank  Major-General

Service/branch  British Army
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Name  Thomas Tidy

Major-General Thomas Holmes Tidy (c.1808 – 1 July 1874) was a British Army officer who became General Officer Commanding Eastern District.

Military career

Tidy was commissioned as an ensign in the 14th Regiment of Foot on 14 April 1825. He became Deputy Adjutant-General in Jamaica in the late 1850s, Assistant Adjutant General at Horse Guards in the early 1860s and General Officer Commanding Eastern District in April 1866.

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