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Soldier – Sargent, Norman – Killed in Action

April 1918

Mexborough and Swinton Times April 20, 1918

Gnr. Norman Sargent
R.F.A., attached R.H.A.

Gunner Sargent third son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sargent, of Barnborough, was killed in action in, France on March 28th, aged 20.

He originally enlisted at the age of 17, but was returned to civil life, and he re-enlisted in March 1917, this going to’ the Front in November.

Before enlistment he was employed at the Barnburgh colliery.

A brother, Farrier Sergt. Clifford Sargent (R.F.A.), and a brother-in-law, Farrier Sergt. G.

  1. Brocklesby (R. H. A.), are serving on the Western Front.

From C.W.G.C.:


Service Number 222487
Died 28/03/1918

2nd/1st Shropshire Bty.
Royal Horse Artillery