Pte Frederick William Thurlow, 2762, 1/5th Bedfordshires, died on August 17th, 1915, of wounds sustained at Gallipoli. He was aged 22 and, according to newspaper reports, had been a moulder at Brown and Green's in Windsor Street, Luton.
Pte Thurlow was still officially announced as wounded as late as September 9th. His mother, Harriet, said however that she had had had a presentiment that her eldest son had fallen on August 17th. News that he was wounded had cheered her, until she received the official message that he had died of wounds.