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Pte 42331 Frederick Jasper Lilleyman
« on: January 17, 2020, 06:04:18 PM »
Pte Lilleyman (B 1882) enlisted on 8/12/1915 and served overseas with 2/7th Bttn.
Frederick was discharge sick with SWB & Pension on 22/1/1918, aged 36y 3m.  He had Pulmonary TB Attrib. to service.
Frederick died from Phthisis on 23/7/1921, aged 39.  Reg Wellingborough Q3 1921 3b/117.
Widow Kerenhappuch (nee Smith married Q3 1919) 79 Great Park St, Wellingborough, Northants.  A pension was refused as they had married after discharge. Son of Frederick and Mary Ann Lilleyman of Wellingborough.
Applied for DC. Need Burial.
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Re: Pte 42331 Frederick Jasper Lilleyman
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2020, 02:21:52 PM »
DC attached confirming TB as cause of death.
Frederick had been a "Shoe Clicker" in civilian life.
Aged 39 buried on 29th July 1921 in an unpurchased grave (won’t be a marked grave) Block E 65. Doddington Road Cemetery, Wellingborough.

Update with Burial 30.01.2020
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Re: Pte 42331 Frederick Jasper Lilleyman
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2020, 02:12:06 PM »
Frederick Lilleyman has a common plot in Wellingborough and I found there is no headstone, so he will have a new headstone if we can gain family consent, or he will be included on a new Special Memorial. Possible contact with family members, but not progressing.
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