1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Frederick Page

Contributed by: Joanne, on 2008-11-11

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Rank
First Name Frederick
Surname Page
Year of Birth 1891
Year of Death 1977
Regiment Royal Field Artillery
Place of Wartime Residence London

Frederick's Story

Pop was deeply affected by the war and never spoke of it until the day of his death.

Pop was injured in the war when a shell exploded nearby and he was saved by German medic. After the war Pop was awarded three campaign medals and a gallantry medal, but no one in the family knows why he received this medal. He went on to live a happy life, married, and had seven children and 22 grandchildren. We are still proud of him and honoured to have him in our family. Pop was deeply affected by the war and never spoke of it until the day of his death.

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