Thursday, 18 February 2016

Frederick (Fred) Denman 1875 - 1915

Fred Denman photo Barnsley Chronicle 28th October 1922.
with thanks to Barnsley Archives

Military Service:
Regiment and Battalion: York and Lancaster Regiment - 1st Battalion
Service number and Rank: 3/4831 Private
Entered Theatre of War: France on 1st May 1915
Awards: Victory Medal, British War Medal and 1915 Star

Death:   Died of wounds 26 May 1915
Buried at: Hamburg Cemetery, Germany
Grave Reference:  1.C.11
St Marys Combined War Memorial

Links & Notes:
Lives of the First World War
The National Archives

Extra Information from
Frederick Denman in the British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920
He was a Prisoner of War, thus he was buried in Hamburg, Germany.

Extra Information from
Jane and Frederick Denman lived at No. 34 Dobie Street, Barnsley.

They were married on the 4th April 1899 at St. Johns Parish Church.

Extra Information from Lives of the First World War:
Spouse: Jane Taylor, m. 11th April 1899
Children: Jane Ann and Harriet

Site MenuBritish Army WWI Sice Recrds, 1914-1920 for Frederick Den


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