Thomas Jamieson was born at Bootle in 1884, the son of John Jamieson and Elizabeth (nee Gibson).
At the time of the 1911 census he was living with his widowed mother at 32 Worcester Road, Bootle.
He was killed when H.M.S. Laurentic was sunk by a mine off the coast of County Donegal, Ireland on the 25th January 1917.
A report on his death appeared in the Journal of Commerce on the 10th February 1917.
   Engineer Lieutenant Jamieson was also a Bootle boy and started his apprenticeship with Messrs. T. Summer and Sons, of Liverpool, in October, 1899, with which firm he remained until April, 1901, having to leave the trade owing to ill-health. He resumed again in January, 1903, with the White Star Company and finished his apprenticeship in March, 19--, after which he joined the Megantic, as junior, and was transferred to the Laurentic in 1908. 

Journal of Commerce 10th February 1917