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Private Lewis William NORMAN

6th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment 13464

Lewis Norman was born in Spratton on 29 April 1886, the son of John William Norman and Eliza Ann, his wife. His parents were both born in Spratton and lived in Waterloo (now School Road). The family moved to Pitsford before Lewis was 14.  Lewis married Sarah Florence Wykes on 22 March 1908 and the couple moved to Hardwick near Wellingborough, where Lewis worked as a waggoner on one of the local farms.

Lewis joined the 6th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment on 4 September 1914 aged 28. He remained on Home Service until 1 July 1915 when he was discharged as medically unfit for further service.  He had serious heart and lung problems and was given a Silver War Badge to wear at home to show that he had served in the war.  Lewis died in June 1925 aged 39.

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