The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F G Handley


Photograph by "Phillipe DEGROOTE"

Private Frederick George HANDLEY, G/24450, 7th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 3rd May 1917.

Born St Andrews, Gloucestershire, son of  Mrs. Eliza Handley. 

1911 Census - 118 North Road, Bristol, Gloucestershire - Eliza Handley, head, age 34, widow, born Pinkneys? Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire; Annie Wallace, daughter, age 25, single, bookbinder, stationery & book binding, worker, born Jersey, Channel Islands; Frederick George Handley, son, age 18, single, clerk stationers, worker, born 231 Cheltenham Road, Bristol, Gloucestershire; Percy John Handley, son, age 16, single, apprentice upholsterer, worker, born 231 Cheltenham Road, Bristol, Gloucestershire; Jessie Fleming Thomson, boarder, age 81, widow, born Blackfriars, London.

Enlisted Bristol, Gloucestershire.

24th December 1917, Probate - Frederick George Handley, of 10 Shadwell Road, Bishopton, Bristol, died 3rd may 1917 in France; Administration London 24th December to Eliza Handley, widow. Effects £51 13s.

Buried at Wancourt British Cemetery, V. B. 13., France.

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