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Pte 10268 Frederick Charles Wilson
« on: January 09, 2020, 06:24:46 PM »
Pte Wilson (Born 1894) had been an Warehouseman / Butcher when he enlisted in 3rd City / 18th Bttn on 5/9/1914, aged 20 yrs 11m. He trained at home with VIII Pln of B Coy in 18th Bttn employed as Camp Butcher and was then transferred to 25th (Reserve) Bttn on 30/8/1915.
Frederick was discharged sick with SWB at Prees Heath on 26/11/1915. He had been treated in Wibbersley Auxiliary Hosp, Flixton. He was at the Sanatorium at Burslem on 11/1/1916.
Frederick died from TB of Lungs on 5/7/1919, aged 25.  TB came from Natural causes – aggravated by exposure in camp life. Reg Stoke on Trent 6b/117.
Parents Edward William Worth Wilson & Sarah Jane Wilson, 4 Whitmore St, Hanley, Staffs.
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hanley cemetery stoke on trent
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Re: Pte 10268 Frederick Charles Wilson
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2020, 12:18:04 PM »
DC attached confirming TB as cause of death.
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Re: Pte 10268 Frederick Charles Wilson
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2020, 11:52:47 AM »
Frederick Wilson is buried at Hanley Cemetery, Stoke, Block 177/86. Row 9 Plot 18. Register received.
The plot has a legible headstone, so no further action required if commemorated.
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