Flight Sub-Lieutenant Geoffrey Selby Smith

Royal Naval Air Service, 8th Sqdn.

Died: Friday 23 November 1917 (aged 18)

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Record:
SMITH, GEOFFREY SELBY
Additional information:
Son of George William and Alice Emily Smith, of Hatherwood, Caversham, Reading.
Cemetery:
WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
XI. B. 10.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Second Lieutenant G R Smith
Context:
other
Date:
22 Nov 1917
Diary:
4 DIVISION: Brigade Trench Mortar Battery (page 318)
Name:
Lieutenant G H Smith
Context:
other
Date:
25 Nov 1917
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Trench Mortar Batteries (page 104)
Name:
Corporal F Smith
Context:
returned_posted
Date:
19 Nov 1917
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1 Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 287)
Name:
Gunner C T Smith
Context:
other
Date:
20 Nov 1917
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Trench Mortar Batteries (page 103)
Name:
Gunner C T Smith
Context:
other
Date:
24 Nov 1917
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Trench Mortar Batteries (page 104)
Name:
Sapper A Smith
Context:
Wounded
Date:
27 Nov 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 5 Field Company Royal Engineers. (page 519)
Name:
Sapper C G Smith
Context:
Died
Date:
27 Nov 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 5 Field Company Royal Engineers. (page 519)