Great War 1914-1918: 4th Bn Gallipoli

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Re: Great War 1914-1918: 4th Bn Gallipoli

Postby Simon_Fielding » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:32 pm

This seems to be the only Frank born Tewkesbury in the 1911 census - age is right...

MORRIS, Henry Head Married M 51 1860 Brewers Drayman Gloucestershire Tewkesbury VIEW
MORRIS, Mary Wife Married28 years F 49 1862 Gloucestershire Tewkesbury VIEW
MORRIS, Henry George Son Single M 22 1889 Plumber And Glazier Gloucestershire Tewkesbury VIEW
MORRIS, Frank Thomas Son Single M 20 1891 Clerk Gloucestershire Tewkesbury VIEW
HOPKINS, Edith Agnes Sister In Law Single F 34 1877 General Servant Domestic Gloucestershire Tewkesbury VIEW RG number: RG14 Piece: 15286 Reference: RG14PN15286 RG78PN925 RD325 SD2 ED6 SN156 Registration District: Gloucester Sub District: Gloucester Northern Enumeration District: 6 Parish: Gloucester Address: 12 Swan Road Kingsholm Gloucester County: Gloucestershire
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Re: Great War 1914-1918: 4th Bn Gallipoli

Postby Simon_Fielding » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:35 pm

Possibly not!! Seems to have died 1963...
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Re: Great War 1914-1918: 4th Bn Gallipoli

Postby colb » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:39 pm

Simon

Def not Frank, Frederick is correct Son of William and Mary Jane Morris, of Dog House, Earls Croome, Worcester.

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Re: Great War 1914-1918: 4th Bn Gallipoli

Postby colb » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:14 pm

Re Frederick Morris Pte 18582 Worcestershire Reg.
I have been searching the CWG site and can find my Gt Uncle listed on the Helles Memorial but have drawn a blank on finding which cemetry he is in. Date of death was 28/06/1915 and I have been trying to find out where the Worcesters were on that day, a possibility is Gully Ravine as there was action there at the time of his death. What would have happened to the dead from that action?

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