Rank or Title

War time / or Pre War occupation

Boot maker

Employer

Edward Hudson, Dunstable Road

Service Number

25528

Place of Birth

Luton
United Kingdom

World War I Address

37 Cowper Street
Luton
United Kingdom

Place of Death

France

Grave Location

Premont British Cemetery
France

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier
Pte Frederick William Hoar

Pte Frederick William Hoar, 25528, 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of wounds in France on March 27th*, 1918. He was aged 23, single and a member of the Lewis gun section.

He was the son of Alfred and Ellen Hoar, of 37 Cowper Street, Luton. Before the war he was a boot maker employed by Mr Edward Hudson, of Dunstable Road.

Newspaper reports said his family had been informed that Frederick died on March 22nd. A family announcement in The Luton News from his "devoted sweetheart Edith" also carried a date of March 22nd.

Individual Location

Pte Frederick William Hoar

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