Corporal Frederick Albert Bosworth, 840058

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  • Unit - Royal Field Artillery
  • Section - 420th Battery
  • Date of Birth - 1895
  • Died - 30/06/1919
  • Age - 23
  • Decorations - Military Medal & Bar, Medaille Militaire (France), Mentioned In Despatches

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Source: Michael Doyle Their Name Liveth For Evermore: The Great War Roll of Honour for Leicestershire and Rutland.
He was the son of Frederick Bosworth a house painter, born 1867 in Lutterworth, Leics., and his wife Sarah Ann, born 1863 in Bitteswell, Leics. Frederick Albert was born in 1895 in Bitteswell, Leics., his half blood siblings were Thomas Wright, born 1887 in Birmingham, Warwks., William Wright, born 1890 in Ashby Parva, Leics. and Arthur Wright, born 1892 in Ashby Parva, Leics., his siblings were Frances Annie, born 1899 and Harry Clement, born 1901, the latter two siblings were both born in Bitteswell, Leics., in March 1901 the family home was at Bitteswell, Leics. In April 1911 Frederick was employed as an apprentice turner and was residing in the family home at 86, Bath Street, Rugby, Warwks., together with his parents and half blood siblings, William and Arthur Wright, and his siblings, Francis, Harry and Beatrice Helen, born 1902 in Bitteswell, Leics.

Leicestershire Project Findings
  • Conflict - World War I
  • Burial Place - Lumbushi Churchyard
  • Birth Place - Bitteswell
Research from Michael Doyle's Their Name Liveth For Evermore
  • Unit - Royal Field Artillery
  • Cause of death - KILLED IN ACTION
  • Burial Commemoration - Lumbushi Chyrd., Russia
  • Born - Bitteswell, Leics
  • Place of Residence - Medveza Gora, Hermitage Road, Higham, Rochester, Kent, England

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