The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F C Haiselden


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Private Frederick Charles HAISELDEN, G/15434, 10th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 9th October 1916, age 27.

15th October 1888, born Brighton, Sussex, son of the late William David Vinall Haiselden and Susan Haiselden, (nee Leggatt).


1911 Census - 50 Garlands Road, Redhill, Surrey - William Haiselden, head, age 55, married, carpenter, building, worker, born Lewes, Sussex; Susan Haiselden, wife, age 60, married 33 years, 8 children, 6 still alive, born Broadwater, Sussex; Fredk C Haiselden, son, age 22, single, clerk, law, to Solicitors, worker, born Hove, Sussex; Stanley Haiselden, son, age 17, single, apprentice carpenter, building, worker, born Earlswood, Surrey.


8th November 1913, St John, Redhill, Surrey, Frederick Charles Haiselden, age 25, bachelor, solicitors clerk, 50 Garlands Road, father William Haiselden, carpenter, married Constance Dora Head, age 24, spinster,  50 Garlands Road, father John Humphrey Head, gardener, deceased.

Enlisted  Redhill, Surrey.  Resided 12, St. John's Road, Earlswood, .

Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Pier & Face 11C, France.


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