Alan Morton Smith  (I18836)
Given Names: Alan Morton
Surname: Smith

Gender: Male Male

Birth: 13 March 1894 Kensington, London
Death: 13 October 1915 Flanders

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 13 March 1894 Father31Mother25 Kensington, London

Death 13 October 1915 (Age 21) Flanders

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1894 Jun Q Birth of Alan M Smith registered in Kensington.
1911 Census at 4 Rayners Road, Putney, Allan Tweedie-Smith, age 17, solicitors articled clerk
1913-1916 National Archives: WO 339/24541 2nd Lieutenant Alan TWEEDIE-SMITH. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment).
1908-1924 National Archives: WO 372/24/63223 Medal card of Tweedie-Smith, A; Royal West Surrey Regiment, Temporary Second Lieutenant
1914 Dec 5 Essex Newsman: Private Alan Morton Tweedy Smith 1275 1/28th (County of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (Artists Rifles) Letter to his father Mr R Tweedy Smith
1914 Dec 31 Commissioned as a Second-Lieutenant in The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
1915 Feb 5 Essex County Chronicle: Second-Lieut. A. Tweedy Smith (sic), son of Mr R. Tweedy Smith, of Westcliff, the prospective Liberal candidate for Maldon, sends a long letter home.
1915 Feb 20 Essex Newsman: Letter written from Bethune
1915 Oct 13 CWGC: Alan Morton Tweedie-Smith, Second-Lieutenant, age 21, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), 1st Battalion. Mentioned in despatches. Son of Harriet and Robert Tweedie-Smith of Normanhurst, The Cliffs, Westcliff-on-Sea. Loos Memorial
1915 Oct 21 The Times: Obituary and military career summary.
1914-1920 National Archives: WO 372/18/122964 Medal card of Smith, Alan Tweedie; London Regiment Private 1275

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