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Bombadier 10697 Frederick Thomas Paxton

B Battery, 110th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery
Died of Wounds, Battle of the Somme, France and Flanders, 30th July 1916, aged 24

  • Buried: Becourt Military Cemetery, Somme, France. Grave I.U.35
  • Awarded: 1915 Star, British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of Joseph and Pleasant Paxton of Fulwell Cottages, Brackley, Northants
  • Husband of Millicent Paxton [nee Higgins - now Tooth] of 6 Buckingham Road, Harlesden, London. Married Jul Qtr 1912
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Nuneaton WW1 Other Regiments

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  • Born Oct Qtr 1892 at Fritwell, Oxfordshire
  • Lived at Mixbury Village, Oxfordshire [1901]
  • Lived at Fritwell, Brackley [1911]
  • Employed as a Waggoner [1911]
  • Enlisted at Nuneaton. Arrived in Theatre 24 Sep 1915

    NB. Frederick's enlistment is currently the only connection we have found to Nuneaton.

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