Private Oliver Smith

Royal Scots Fusiliers

Died: Monday 23 April 1917 (aged 27)

Connected records

Record:
SMITH, OLIVER
Additional information:
Son of John and Margaret Smith, of 18, Nelson St., Ayr.
Cemetery:
ARRAS MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Bay 5.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Captain Smith
Context:
author
Date:
28 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 8 Mobile Veterinary Section (page 750)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Smith
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
28 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 6 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment. (page 290)
Name:
Major P E B F Smith
Context:
joined
Date:
18 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 6 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment. (page 288)
Name:
Captain S Smith
Context:
other
Date:
19 Apr 1917
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 1 Battalion East Surrey Regiment (page 398)
Name:
Lieutenant A B Smith
Context:
joined
Date:
19 Apr 1917
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 15 (King's) Hussars (page 184)
Name:
Captain F W Smith
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
25 Apr 1917
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 1 Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (page 155)
Name:
Second Lieutenant P L Smith
Context:
joined
Date:
26 Apr 1917
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 12 Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (page 153)
Name:
Second Lieutenant J S Smith
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
28 Apr 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 6 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment. (page 290)