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J. A. Manners-Smith

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1917. J. A. Manners-Smith shot down, wounded and made POW.

1922 Illuminating Engineer, 120, Hammersmith Road, W.14. T. N.: Hammersmith 750. Training at Faraday House, with Robey and Co., Lincoln, and Clarke, Chapman and Co., Gateshead. Illuminating Engineer since 1911. Now partner in the firm of Smith and Houghton. War Services.—Public Schools Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, September, 1914; gazetted to Royal Garrison Artillery, December, 1914; transferred to Royal Flying Corps, March, 1917.

1921 Married in Fulham to Mildred W. H. Moore

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