Gunner Norman Hardy

18 Oct 1943

Norman Hardy was the son of Edith Mary Hardy, of North Kelsey, Lincolnshire.

Gunner Hardy was posted to 1st Airlanding Light Regiment while serving with the Royal Artillery during World War II.

He was killed in action serving as a member of No 3 Battery during the Italian campaign.

Gunner Hardy died on 18 October 1943, aged 21 years, and is buried at Bari War Cemetery, Italy.

Headstone photograph courtesy of Bob Hilton.

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Norman  Hardy


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