Goldsmith, Frederick Leonard

Frederick Leonard 

Goldsmith

1897 - 1917
Aged20
Rank Corporal
Service no.30210
Regiment Devonshire Regiment 3rd Bn.

About

About
Frederick Leonard
Goldsmith

Frederick Leonard was born in 1897

Son of FrederickGoldsmith&EllenCrutchleyof

162, Milligan Rd., Leicester.

They married 25th August 1895 at St Helen’s Church

Ashby de la Zouch.

 

1911 census:  162 Milligan Road Leicester

GOLDSMITH, Frederick Charles Head Married  M 37 1874 Hosiery Trimmer HathernLeics

GOLDSMITH, Helen Wife Married15 years  F 38 1873  Day Hills Staffordshire

GOLDSMITH, Frederick Leonard Son   M 14 1897 Errand Boy AylestonePk Leicester

GOLDSMITH, Doris Egylor Daughter   F 11 1900 School Aylestone Park Leicester Leics

GOLDSMITH, Phyllis May Daughter   F 6 1905 School Aylestone Park Leicester Leics

GOLDSMITH, Percy Brother Single  M 24 1887 Drapers Assistant Aylestone Park Leicester

 

1901 Census 162, Milligan Road, Leicester, Leicestershire,

Frederick C Goldsmith Head Married Male 26 1875 Hosiery Trimmer Hathern, Leics

Helen Goldsmith Wife Married Female 27 1874 – Staffordshire,

Frederick L Goldsmith Son Single Male 4 1897 – Leicestershire,

Dorris E Goldsmith Daughter Single Female 1 1900 – Leicestershire,

Frederick W Crutchley Brother-In-Law Single Male 21 1880 Shoe Heel Parer Salt, Staffords

 

Service Records

Wounded on the Somme he was brought back to Devonport where his death was registered

Date of Death:2nd April 1917 Age:20

 

He was brought back to Leicester and was buried at Welford Road Cemetery Frederick Leonard Goldsmith on 9th April 1917 aged 20

Grave Reference uF648

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