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Smith, N.E., 2nd Lieut., 1918
In Marfaux British Cemetery is the Commonwealth War Grave of Second Lieutenant Norman Edward Smith, serving with the Lancashire Fusiliers who died 20/07/1918.

Rev. David Youngson has submitted the following:

2nd Lieutenant Norman Edward SMITH
Lancashire Regiment 1/2nd Battalion
Attached 2nd/4th Battalion Hampshire Regiment

A student residing at Stanley Street, Blyth, he was Initiated into Blagdon Lodge No 659, Blyth, Province of Northumberland on the 15th December 1910; Passed 18th January 1911 and was Raised on the 15th February 1911 resigning in December 1913. He was a Joining member of Emulation Lodge No 1163, Birmingham, Province of Warwickshire on the 27th June 1912 when his occupation was given as a Soap Manufacturer aged 22. He was killed in action on the 20th July 1918 aged 28. He is buried in Marfaux British Cemetery, Marne, France, Grave Reference II.A.1

The CWGC entry for 2nd Lieutenant Smith

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