Jackson, Norman Lang

Dates: 1880-1917

War Service: Norman Lang Jackson served as a Driver with the Royal Field Artillery and his service number was 219220. He died on 24th February 1917 at the Military Hospital, Ripon aged 37.

Location of Memorial: He is buried in Brockley cemetery, where his name is recorded on the screen wall listing those whose graves have no headstone.

Details: Norman Lang Jackson was born in 1880 at Camberwell to George Gregory and Susan Jackson. He was the grandson of James Lang of Pendogget, St.Kew, Cornwall. He had two brothers; Sidney and James, and three sisters; Susie, Alice and Dorothy.

On the 1911 census Norman was recorded as a boarder at 42 Newton Street, Leicester and he was employed as a manager at a boot factory.

He married Alice Burdette between July-September 1914 at Leicester.

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Jackie Sellars

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