Gunner Frederick George Charge

Rank or Title

Date of Birth


Date of Death

8 Jun 1917

War time / or Pre War occupation

Straw hat machinist


Ernest Taylor & Co, Cromwell Road

Service Number


Place of Birth

United Kingdom

World War I Address

109 Maple Road
United Kingdom

Place of Death


Grave Location

Bully-Grenay Communal Cemetery British Extension

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


Beds & Herts Saturday Telegraph , 16th June 1917
Gunner Frederick George Charge

Gunner Frederick George Charge, 102343, 212th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, was one of six men killed by a single German shell in Flanders on June 8th, 1917.

Gunner Charge, who had served through the Boer War and wore the South African medals, had been in France for six months. He joined up again on July 10th, 1916,

He had married Millie Cooper at Christ Church, Luton, on April 3rd, 1915, and the couple were living at 109 Maple Road, Luton. They had no children.

At the time of joining in up, Frederick Charge, who was aged 36, was employed as a straw hat machinist by Ernest Taylor & Co, of 38 Cromwell Road, Luton.

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Gunner Frederick George Charge

Author: Deejaya

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