Tom Lamb does not have an asterisk by his name on The Roll of Honour, so presumably he survived.
The Flintshire Roll of Honour at The County Record Office in Hawarden includes two index cards for Thomas Lamb. It is not clear which one is ‘our’ man.
First Index Card (Queensferry L81) for Thomas Lamb. This gives the address 26 Fairfield Road, Pentre. The regimental number quoted is Sapper 30938 of the Royal Engineers. His period of Service was from November 1914 to September 1918 and he served in Belgium & France. He was wounded at St. Quenton. This card was signed by G.H. Charles. (The Absent Voters’ List for 1918 in The County Record Office includes an entry (No 5534) for Thomas Lamb of 26 Fairfield Road Queensferry).
Second Index card ( Queensferry L83) for Thomas John Lamb. The address given is Pentre Hawarden. his regimental details state that he was Private 37593 of the 9th Btn South Lancs (Land) Regiment. He served for 3 years and 3 months. The card was signed by Thomas J. Lamb 19th November 1919. (He is listed on the Absent Voters’ List (no 3062) 1918 in Mancot Township).