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ADAMSON, Norman Fearnley - died 1918

Posted by: Stephen Hill
e-mail address: Shill@arena-housing.com
Notes / message: Looking for any further details on 23702 Lance Corporal Norman Fearnley Adamson The Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment. He was killed by a stray shell whilst in the rest hut in Ieper locality aged only 22, only a year after joining the armed forces on 29/05/1918. He lived at 54 Osbourne Road in Ashton in Makerfield and was the son of John and Sarah Jane Adamson and brother of Harris B Adamson. He was a regular church goer and attended the Congregational Church and Sunday School in Ashton. He worked for Coop and Co Ltd in Coops Mill, Dorning Street Before joining the Army.
Any information would be most helpful, thanks Stephen Hill
Requiring help with these family names:
ADAMSON
      Norman Fearnley died 1918

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