Private Angus Livingstone Smith

Canadian Infantry

Died: Monday 30 June 1919 (aged 27)

Connected records

Record:
SMITH, ANGUS LIVINGSTONE
Additional information:
Son of Frank and Betsy Smith, of West Cape, Prince Edward Island.
Cemetery:
WEST CAPE (BETHEL UNITED CHURCH) CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
P. 3.
Country:
Canada

Possible matches

The following sources have potential matches based on the name and other information associated with this record. They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research

Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Queen Elizabeths Grammar School WW1 (WMR 22430)
Location:
High Barnet, Greater London
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Buckie-Parish of Rathven (WMR 6033)
Location:
Buckie, Grampian
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Buckie-Parish of Rathven (WMR 6033)
Location:
Buckie, Grampian
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Camberwell - WW1 (WMR 12582)
Location:
East Dulwich, Greater London
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
New Basford Parish (WMR 27338)
Location:
Old Basford, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Hamilton Old Church- unknown Church WW1 (WMR 86618)
Location:
Hamilton, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Windsor (WMR 7941)
Location:
Windsor, Berkshire
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Birmingham Public Works And Town Planning Dept WW1 (WMR 2012)
Location:
Birmingham, West Midlands
Name recorded:
Smith, A L
Memorial:
Iden (WMR 17052)
Location:
Iden, East Sussex

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Name:
Private T Smith
Context:
other
Date:
2 Jul 1919
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 4 Battalion Cheshire Regiment (page 23)