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Current record for: John Frederick Fisher
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Name John Frederick Fisher
Born in Not Known
Resident of Not Known
Died 10/06/1917
Age not known

Cause of Death Died of wounds

Cemetery or memorial Kensal Green (St. Mary's) Roman Catholic Cemetery, United Kingdom
Grave or panel reference 213. 7. 28. (Screen Wall.).

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World War 1

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In memory of my great grand father lost to us until recently. Thank you ..

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Kathleen Bannister (formerly Fisher), Wife
    128, Sussex Road, Grove Road, Holloway
  • Fisher, Father
    56, Andover Road, Hornsey Road, Holloway
Military Information Military Information


Rank Private
Service Number 8289
Unit 1st Battalion
Regiment West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Service Army
Enlisted in Not Known