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Private Frank  FISHER,  G/6273, 10th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds,  at 30 Casualty Clearing Station, Flanders France, 24th July 1917. 

Born Brixton, Surrey, SW, enlisted 26th April 1915, Maidstone, Kent, age 19, height 5ft 1 inch, 101lbs, resided 8 High St, Queenborough, Kent. Formerly glass presser.

Son of Mrs. Julia Pay (formerly Costin, Formerly Fisher), of 145, High St., Queenborough, Kent. 

Postings - Home, 26th April 1915 to 1st October 1915; BEF, 2nd October 1915 to 14th September 1916; Home 15th September 1916 to 5th January 1917; BEF, 6th January 1917 to 24th July 1917.

Wounded in the Field, 1st September 1916, gun shot wound, back & right thigh, to England 14th September 1916, admitted to Duchess of Connaught, Canadian Red Cross Hospital, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, 16th to 30th September 1916;  Wounded in action 23rd July 1917, gun shot wound elbow, buttock & arms, right.

Buried at Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, III. E. 32, France.


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