A biography of the military career of Private Arthur Joseph Lugsden who served in 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment
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Private Arthur Joseph Lugsden

Serving Soldiers' Biographies

Private Arthur Joseph Lugsden 41148 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment

Arthur was born in Victoria Terrace Bower Lane Eaton Bray in 1899.He was the fifth born son to David Lugsden a Groom and Horse Keeper and Sarah Ann nee Rollings.

1911 shows Arthur still at school.

It is not known when he enlisted but the Norfolk Regiment were in some of the fiercest battles of the war. In 1917, the year Arthur probably joined they were at Hill 70 and Cambrai. In 1918 they fought in the battles of St Quentin and Lys.

Arthur died of wounds on the 18th September 1918. He became the forth Lugsden son to have been killed in the Great War.

Buried Trefcon British Cemetery Caulaincourt Aisne France, Grave B.41