Frederick William Emery

Name

Frederick William Emery

Conflict

First World War

Date of Death / Age

19/04/1915
28

Rank, Service Number & Service Details

Private
4/4560
Bedfordshire Regiment
2nd Bn.

Awards

1914 (Mons) Star, British War and Victory Medals

Cemetery/Memorial

FAUQUISSART MILITARY CEMETERY, LAVENTIE
F.4.
France

Headstone

>Not Researched

UK Memorials

Stevenage Old Town Memorial
St Nicholas' Church Memorial, Stevenage Old Town
Holy Trinity Church Memorial Roll of Honour, Stevenage Old Town

Pre War

Alfred was the son of John & Julia Emery of North Road, Stevenage.

Wartime Service

He arrived in France on the 19th October 1914, some two months after his elder brother, Alfred. The battalion was billeted at La Gorgue, a suburb of Estaires, and it was here that Frederick is believed to have been shot by a sniper. Frederick is buried in the Fauquissart Military Cemetery, Laventie, France.

Additional Information

www.stevenageatwar.com His brother was killed on the 23rd October 1918 whilst serving in France with the Middlesex Regiment.

Acknowledgments

Paul Johnson