The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private P G Frampton


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Private Percy George FRAMPTON, L/9891, "D" Company, 11th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 24th July 1917.

Born Lambeth, Middlesex, enlisted 15th May 1912, Portsmouth, Hampshire, age 14, height 5ft 3 inches, weight 118lbs. 

War Office Memo 13th May 1912 - I am commanded by the Army Council that the enlistment of the boy (P G Frampton) named in the margin for the Royal West Kent Regiment, for posting to the 2nd Battalion, for training as a musician is approved.

Son of Mrs Annie Louisa Frampton, High Street, Stoke under Ham, Somerset.

Postings - Home, 15th May 1912 to 28th October 1912; India, 29th October 1912 to 28th March 1915; Home, 29th March 1915 to 30th May 1916; BEF, 31st May 1916 to 7th September 1916; Home, 8th September 1916 to 13th June 1917; BEF, 14th June 1917 to  24th July 1917.

4th September 1916, gun shot wound left buttock, transferred to England.

Buried at Bus House Cemetery, E. 5., Belgium.


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