Douglas Tweedie Smith  (I18837)
Given Names: Douglas Tweedie
Surname: Smith

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: 24 September 1896 Kensington, London
Death: 10 April 1916 Netley Hospital, Hants

Personal Facts and Details
Birth 24 September 1896 Father33Mother28 Kensington, London

Death 10 April 1916 (Age 19) Netley Hospital, Hants

Burial Southend, Essex
Cemetery: Sutton Road

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Notes

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1896 Dec Q Birth of Douglas Tweedie Smith registered in Kensington.
1901 Census at 4 Rayners Road, Putney, age 4
1911 Census at Palmers Endowed School, Stifford, Orsett, Essex
1914-1920 National Archives: WO 339/485 2nd Lieutenant Douglas TWEEDIE-SMITH, Royal Flying Corps
1914-1920 National Archives: WO 372/18/129507 Medal card of Smith, Douglas Tweedie; Second Lieutenant; General List Temporary Lieutenant;Royal Flying Corps.
1915 Jul 23 Aviators Certificate: 1429 2nd Lieut. Douglas Tweedie-Smith (Middlesex Regt.) (Maurice Farman Biplane, Military School, Shoreham). Jul 13, 1915
Lieutenant Douglas Tweedie-Smith, served with the Royal Flying Corps and died at Netley Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a flying accident at St Omer. Douglas was aged 19. He is buried at Sutton Road Cemetery in Southend.
1916 Apr 10 Died at the Red Cross Hospital, Netley. Flight Magazine.
1916 Apr 14 The Times: Obituary and military career including Inspector of Aeroplanes at Farnborough.
1916 Apr 10 CWGC: Douglas Tweedie Smith, 2nd Lieut., Royal Flying Corps.

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