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  • Photo courtesy of Frederik Sohier.
Person Details
He was the son of John and Sarah Reed and the brother of John, Harry, Thomas and William Reed. In 1911, they lived on Station Road, Pinxton, Selston, Nottinghamshire. John Reed later moved to 7, King's Terrace, King's Road, Askern, Doncaster.
In 1911, he was a miner (ganger).
04 Oct 1917
830382 - CWGC Website
9th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Frank Reed enlisted at Mansfield and was posted to 12th (Pioneer) Battalion Sherwood Foresters and joined them at Bethune France on 24 September 1915. At some point he was sent to 9th Battalion and was killed in action during the Battle of Broodseinde when an attack was made on the village of Poelcappelle. The battalion took all of its objectives. One Victoria Cross, five Distinguished Conduct medals and five Military Medals were awarded, but at a high cost with over 100 men killed or dying of wounds. Frank was one of 57 men killed in the action who have no known grave and their names are recorded on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
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  • Photo courtesy of Frederik Sohier.
    Frank Reed's name on the Tyne Cot Memorial - Photo courtesy of Frederik Sohier.