The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F Pinchback


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Private Frederick PINCHBACK, G/2091, 7th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds, (gassed), 47 Casualty Clearing Station, Flanders France, 18th October 1917.

Born Stepney, London, E, enlisted 7th September 1914, Woolwich, Kent, age 21, height 5ft 5 inches, weight 121lbs. Formerly coopers labourer.

Son of Mrs Emily Roberts, 7th September 1914, 27 Augusta Street, Poplar, E; 23rd April 1918, 27 Gray Eagle Street, Spitalfields; 9th October 1920, 7th Cooperative Buildings, Bethnal Green Road, E2.

Postings - Home, 7th September 1914 to 25th July 1915; BEF, 26th July 1915 to 18th October 1917.

7th April to 12th April 1915, Purfleet Hospital, rheumatism.

15th January 1916, wounded at Duty.

26th August 1916 to 1st September 1916, Leave.

12th October 1917, 54 Field Ambulance, wounded in action.

Buried at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, XII. I. 17., Belgium.


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