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In Memoriam - F S Brown



Frank Stephen Brown



Frank Stephen Brown


Born in Hampsthwaite in 1897, Frank was one of four children of Frank and Rebecca Brown. Rebecca died before her son was killed and her husband later moved to New York near Summerbridge. At the time of the 1911 census Frank was living with his parents, a younger brother (Robert Edwin) and two older sisters (Alice Agnes and Annie) at Bramley Cottage, Hampsthwaite. He and his father were employed as farm labourers.

 

Enlisting in Harrogate with a service number of 2807 he joined the West Yorkshire Regiment, later transferring to the York and Lancaster Regiment (service number 263065) in the 2/4th (Hallamshire) (T.F.) Battalion.

 

He was killed in action in France on 12th September 1918 at the age of 21 and is recorded on Comm. Panel 9, Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France.

 

Awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.


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In Memoriam - F S Brown


Frank Stephen Brown



Frank Stephen Brown


Born in Hampsthwaite in 1897, Frank was one of four children of Frank and Rebecca Brown. Rebecca died before her son was killed and her husband later moved to New York near Summerbridge. At the time of the 1911 census Frank was living with his parents, a younger brother (Robert Edwin) and two older sisters (Alice Agnes and Annie) at Bramley Cottage, Hampsthwaite. He and his father were employed as farm labourers.

 

Enlisting in Harrogate with a service number of 2807 he joined the West Yorkshire Regiment, later transferring to the York and Lancaster Regiment (service number 263065) in the 2/4th (Hallamshire) (T.F.) Battalion.

 

He was killed in action in France on 12th September 1918 at the age of 21 and is recorded on Comm. Panel 9, Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France.

 

Awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.


British War MedalVictory Medal
British War
Medal
Victory
Medal

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