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18 February 1883|
24 July 1918 (aged 35)|
West Flanders, Belgium
Asnip served in the Royal Lincolnshire and North Staffordshire Regiments during the First World War and was serving as a lance sergeant when he was killed in West Flanders on 24 July 1918. He is buried in No. 10 Cemetery in Loker.
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- "Thomas Asnip | Service Record | Football and the First World War". http://www.footballandthefirstworldwar.org/thomas-asnip-footballer/.
- Vickers, John. "The Lincoln City FC Archive". http://www.redimps.com/archive3/index.mv?cat=players&drop=playerdetsdrop&play=asni02.
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