Frederick Brown 1890-

When Frederick Brown was born in 1890 in Gloucestershire, his father, Joseph, was 37 and his mother, Charlotte, was 33. He had five brothers and nine sisters.

In 1891 he was living with his family in St Mary Barton, Gloucester.

In 1901 he was 10 and living in Aston Birmingham with his family

In 1911 he was living with his sister Alice Allsopp and her family. He was a blacksmith’s apprentice at the carriage works nearby.

In 1914 Frederick joined the army as a volunteer.  He joined the Worcestershire Regiment as a private. Regiment number 18828.

War service for Pte 18828 Brown, Frederick. Worcester Regiment. Enlisted 8 Sep 1914 – discharged for reasons of sickness 11. Jan 1919. Served overseas. Aged 42 at discharge and awarded the “Silver War badge” ref B84525

So far we can find no record of the death of Frederick.

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