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