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Private Alfred FRISBY, L/13193, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (attached British Delegation, Inter Allied Military Commission in Austria), died, 19th July 1920.

Born 21st March 1896, Canterbury, Kent, enlisted 10th April 1919, Maidstone, Kent, age 23, height 5ft 6 inches, 140lbs, resided 1 Assylum Cottages, Chartham, nr Canterbury, Kent. Formerly ships fireman.

Son of Alfred & Elizabeth Frisby of 1 Assylum Cottages, Chartham, nr Canterbury, Kent. 30th November 1920, 1 The Downs, Chartham, nr Canterbury, Kent.

Formerly served for 4 years 136 days in 1st/5th & 2nd/4th Royal West Kent Regiment, service No. 2985 / 6062 /202611. When enlisted place of birth was given as Bromley, Kent and occupation baker. Enlisted 25th November 1914.

Postings - Home,  10th April 1919 to 12th July 1920; En Route to Austria, 13th July 1920 to 19th July 1920.

Attached Eastern Command Labour Centre, Park Royal, 29th July 1919, pending embarkation to Inter Allied Military Commission in Austria. 13th July 1920, ceases to be attached Eastern Command Labour Centre, on proceeding to Commandant Austria, Bridge House, London, prior to embarkation overseas for duty with Inter Allied Military Commission of control in Austria.

Died 19th July 1920 at Innsbrucke, result of electric shock

Commemorated at Klagenfurt War Cemetery, VIII. D. 11., Austria. (Previously buried in Baumgarten Cemetery, Vienna).

NOTE: Not included in Regimental History or Soldiers Died in the Great War, but shown on CWGC web site.


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