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  • Buried at Barenthal Military Cemetery
Person Details
Clay Cross, Derbyshire.
Frederick Bramley was born in 1879 at Clay Cross and was the son of William and Ellen Bramley, of 132, High Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire. Frederick married his wife Annie Colton born 1880 at Clay Cross, in 1904 they had a daughter May b1905 and lived at 58 Warsop Vale, Shirebrook. In the 1911 census the family are living at 58 Warsop Vale, Shirebrook, Mansfield and are shown as Frederick Bramley 31 yrs a coal miner hewer, he is living with his wife Annie 31 yrs and their daughter May 6 yrs of age.
He was a coal miner prior to enlisting
29 Jun 1918
39
638306 - CWGC Website
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58 Warsop Vale.
Lance Corporal
11th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Lance Corporal Frederick Bramley enlisted on 27th August 1914 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire he served with the 11th battalion Sherwood Foresters Regiment. He went to France on 11th July 1915 and was admitted to No.1 General Hospital, Etaples, suffering from sciatica, on 11th March 1916. He was transferred to England on Hospital Ship Jan Breydel, 19th March 1916. He returned to France on 17th July 1916. He went to Italy on 9th November 1917 and was killed in action, 29th June 1918, aged 39, during the Austrian shelling of the battalion headquarters at San Savino, Italy. He is buried at Barenthal Military Cemetery, Italy. Plot 3. Row A. Grave 4.
Inscription on CWGC headstone: 'They miss you most that love you best. From his loving wife and daughter'
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  • Buried at Barenthal Military Cemetery
    Frederick Bramley - Buried at Barenthal Military Cemetery