1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Frederick Ringwood

Contributed by: Nick Ringwood, on 2008-11-05

Pte Frederick Ringwood KRRC
Rank
First Name Frederick
Surname Ringwood
Year of Birth 1899
Year of Death 1918
Regiment King's Royal Rifle Corps
Place of Wartime Residence Buckhurst Hill, East Lothian

Frederick's Story

Frederick Ringwood was my Grandfather (Dick)'s brother and died of wounds in march 1918 aged 19. He served with the 1st Btn King's Royal Rifle Corp. Obviously I never knew him but it is clear from his wartime letters home that my Grandfather Dick had a great love for his younger brother and spent some time searching for him in France in 1918 while himself serving in the 5th Dragoon Guards. I regret to say I know nothing of Fred's wartime service other than the location of his war grave. My Grandfather survived the war and lived to good age.

Buckhurst Hill Lads

I dedicate this memory to Dick and Fred Ringwood the two ex Church Lads Brigade members from Buckhurst Hill.

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