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Name:
Norman Louis Anderson
Casualty No.:
Initials:
N L
Service No.:
260411
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Neasham Darlington
Age at Death:
28
Ranks:
Private
Unit:
Westmoreland & Cumberland Yeomanry, 7th Batt. Border Reg
Teesdale Township:
Place Enlisted:
Staindrop
Home Address:
Raby Stables
Civilian Employment:
Domestic Groom
Cause of Death:
Killed in Action
Date of Death:
09-January-1918
Place of Death:
Battles & Campaigns:
UK Commemorated:
St. Mary's Church, Staindrop Plaque
Overseas Commemorated:
Buried:
Montigny Communal Cemetery, Nord
Decoration and Medals:
Service :
Army
Service Records:
Death Notice/Obituary:
Family Details:

 Norman was the son of James & Mary Anderson of Neasham, Darlington. In 1901 Norman’s father was a bricklayer. Norman had two sisters & brother.

Notes:

In 1910 Norman went to Raby Estates as a domestic groom. He joined the Westmorland & Cumberland Yeomanry from Penrith in September, 1914 & afterwards transferred to the 7th Battalion Border Regiment. Norman served in France & Flanders & was awarded the Military Medal on 27th July, 1915 for acts of gallantry & devotion to duty under fire. Conferment of the medal was announced in the London Gazette on 16th July, 1918.  His medal was received by his sister Frances Elliott.

Sources:
Local Memorials: www.newmp.org.uk; First Name: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Last Name: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Unit: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Home Address: The Bowes Museum Roll of Honour (TBM/7/1/12); Service Number: ; Place of Birth: ; Age at Death: ; Place Enlisted: ; Civilian Employment: ; Cause of Death: ; UK Commemorated: ; Buried: ; Family Details: ; Notes: ; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914; Campaign Medals: ; Date of Death Day: www cwgc.org.uk; Date of Death Month: www cwgc.org.uk; Date of Death Year: www cwgc.org.uk;