Rank or Title

Employer

Diamond Foundry, Dallow Road

Service Number

14840

Place of Birth

Luton
United Kingdom

World War I Address

9 Surrey Street
Luton
United Kingdom

Place of Death

Belgium

Grave Location

Mendinghem Military Cemetery
Belgium

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier
Pte Frederick Goodman

Pte Frederick Goodman, 14840, 13th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, died on June 20th, 1917, shortly after admission to a casualty clearing station with battlefield wounds. He was aged 22.

He enlisted soon after the outbreak of war and had been in France only 11 months when the news reached his mother Annie Goodman (nee Saunders) and grandmother, who were living at 9 Surrey Street, Luton. He had a brother, Sidney John, and sister, Clara Anne, living at 9 Wenlock Street, at the time.

Prior to joining up, Frederick Goodman worked at the Diamond Foundry, Dallow Road. At the time of the 1911 Census he was a milkman living with his family at 120 Langley Street, Luton. His father, John, died in 1915.

Individual Location

Pte Frederick Goodman

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