UK Soldiers Who died in The Great war 1914 -19, accessible on www.ancestry.co.uk gives us all the regimental details that appear at the top of this page. It adds that he resided in Maes y Dre, Mold and that he enlisted in Flint.
He was a married man as we learn from The Register of Soldiers’ Effects, (also on ancestry) in which the army calculated what monies were owed to deceased soldiers.It includes an entry for Cpl Joseph Thomas Edwards. Regimental details are confirmed and it tells us that Joseph Thomas’s widow Jane E, received three separate payments totalling £28 ..11sh ..11d
He lived in ‘The Blue Bell’ Maes y Dre, Mold.
He is also named on the Buckley Memorial.