Frith, Harry

Harry 

Frith

1874 - 1915
Rank Private
Service no.1667
Regiment 3rd Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F.  

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1881 Census Blaby Dairy, Lansdowne Rd, Aylestone, Leicester

George Frith Head Married Male 39 1842 Marine Store Dealer (GenlDllr) Leicester,

Mary Frith Wife Married Female 36 1845 East Langton, Leics

Albert Hy Frith Son Single Male 12 1869 Scholar Leicester,

Harry Frith Son Single Male 7 1874 Scholar Leicester,

Jane Frith Daughter Single Female 5 1876 ScholarLeicester,

 

In 1891 George and Mary have moved to Percy Rd, Aylestone

In 1891 Harry aged 18 is with the Lincolnshire Regiment at Shorncliffe Camp

 

1901 CensusPercy Road, Leicester,

George Frith Head Married Male 61 1840 General Dealer Leicester

Mary Frith Wife Married Female 57 1844 – East Langton, Leicestershire,

Lois Frith Daughter Single Female 16 1885 Boot Machinist Leicestershire,

Albert HFrith Grand Son – Male 1 1900 – Leicestershire,

 

Remembered with Honour – 4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery

 

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