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Date of death: 06/09/1917 (aged 24)
Cemetery: POTIJZE CHATEAU GROUNDS CEMETERY
Son of the late Benjamin and Margaret Alice Smith.
Lieutenant Arthur Smith
Date of death: 25/10/1919 (aged 33)
Cemetery: BLACKPOOL (LAYTON) CEMETERY
Son of James Henry and Mary Anne Smith, of Hope House, Highfield Avenue, Blackpool. Enlisted as Pte. in Nairobi Defence Corps, June, 1915. Gazetted to commissioned rank Dec., 1915. Served with Railway Transport Service, Indian Expeditionary Force, in East Africa; demobolised with rank of Capt. 1st Jan., 1917. Re-gazetted Sept., 1917, as 2nd Lt. R.E., and served on the Western Front. Born at Manchester.
Sapper William Smith
Date of death: 28/12/1917 (aged 23)
Cemetery: FINS NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, SOREL-LE-GRAND
Son of Mrs. Lydia Ann Smith, of 7, Leigh Hill, Savernake Forest, Marlborough, Wilts. Native of Great Bedwyn, Wilts.