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Nathan Dixon was born on 15th April 1891 at Heapey near Chorley. He was the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Jane Dixon, of Calender Cottage, Wheelton, Chorley, Lancs.

Private Nathan Dixon embarked for France on 12th August 1914 with 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. His service number was 9532.

He married Elizabeth Ann (Smith) in Hartley Whitney, Hampshire in 1917.

Nathan & Elizabeth. Photo courtesy of Terry Douglas

Nathan & Elizabeth. Photo courtesy of Terry Douglas

Nathan had two brothers that also served in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, Herbert (12210) and John (17479) Dixon, both of whom served in the 7th Battalion and were subsequently killed. He also had two other brothers that served overseas.

Nathan & Elizabeth in later life. Photo courtesy of Terry Douglas

Nathan & Elizabeth in later life. Photo courtesy of Terry Douglas

Information is limited as unfortunately there are no service papers available.

 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to 9532 PTE. N. DIXON. L.N.LAN.R

  1. Terry Douglas says:

    Thankyou I have been trying to find Nathan’s service number for ages. Next time I’m up north I intend to visit the museum, thankyou again .

  2. Mary Howie says:

    My Grandad was the eldest boy in the family, I have an original newspaper cutting of the article kept by their Mother along with other memorabilia. I would like to contact T.Douglas, whom I remember visiting my mum and grandad as a child with his parents.

    • Terry Douglas says:

      Hello Mary
      I have not been on this website for a while (my apologies) I would love to make direct contact with you to discuss your information and share mine.

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