PAGE, FREDERICK GEORGE

RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY

Rank: Driver
Service No: T1/501
Date of Death: 20/12/1918
Age: 27
Regiment/Service: Royal Army Service Corps 925th Horse Transport Coy.
Grave Reference: A.28
Cemetery: RAMLEH WAR CEMETERY

Additional Information:

Born in 1891 at Woodford, son of Thomas George (Domestic Coachman) and Fanny Page. 1901: A Scholar at Churchfields School with his family at 4, Fullers Road South Woodford. 1911: A Pastry Cooks Assistant at Chalkley’s Bakery George Lane, still living with his family at 4, Fullers Road South Woodford. He joined up in 1914.

A Driver in the Army Service Corps horse transport, he arrived in the Egyptian theatre of operations on 12-09-15. Having survived the war he remained in the Middle East as part of the post war garrison and, as he was about to head home, died there from pneumonia on 20-12-18.

Memorial: Roll of Honour: St Mary’s Church.
Separate Folder: NO.
Principal Sources: Ancestry. Woodford Times.
Qualification: Borough Resident.