ASHMORE, Frederick F

Service:
Army
Rank:
Private
Unit:
26th Durham Light Infantry 1st/6th Bn
Place Enlisted:
Unknown
Service Number:
250335
Home Address:
Barnard Castle, Thorngate Wynd
Family Details:

Youngest son of Joseph and Elizabeth Ashmore of Thorngate. Brother of Thomas, Joseph and Harry.

Date of Birth:
Unknown
Place of Birth:
Unknown
Death:
17th Jul 1918
Place of Death
Mont Notre Dame, France
Cause of Death:
Unknown
Place of Burial:
Vailly British Cemetery Grave Reference 1.AA.20
Obituary:

Died in Hospital in Mont Notre Dam after a shattering gun shot wound to the shoulder on 17th July 1918 aged 21.

Teesdale Mercury-16/07/1919: In memoriam

Teesdale Mercury-15/01/1919: Return Thanks Notices

Notes:

Joined the army as a Bugler in 1914. 

It was reported in the Teesdale Mercury on 7th August 1918 that Frederick was wounded and being held prisoner of war in Germany.

Teesdale Mercury-15/01/1919: Roll of Honour Notice

Teesdale Mercury-31/01/1917: Local and other notes: Thanks for parcel

Teesdale Mercury-07/08/1918: Local and other notes: Wounded and POW

 

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