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30 Jan 1894
He was the son of George and Sarah Newmarch of 411 Lenton Boulevard and later 17 Park Terrace (both Nottingham). His father was a hat and cap manufacturer.
09 May 1917
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334698 - CWGC Website
99066
Corporal
115th Bde Royal Field Artillery
He served with 'D' Bty and was wounded once. CXV Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, served with 26th Division. The Division was established in September 1914 as part of Kitchener's Third New Army. The units of the new division began to to assemble in the Salisbury Plain area from September 1914. Training was much improvised as equipment and Khaki uniforms were not available until early spring 1915. They proceeded to France in September 1915 and the division concentrated at Guignemicourt to the west of Amiens. In November 1915 26th Division moved to Salonika via Marseilles. On the 26th of December they moved from Lembet to Happy Valley Camp. In 1916 they were in action in the Battle of Horseshoe Hill in 1917 they fought in the First and Second Battles of Doiran.
Doiran Military Cemetery
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