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Current record for: Frederick Philip Chapman
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Name Frederick Philip Chapman
Born in Islington
Resident of Gosport
Died 16/05/1917
Age 29

Cause of Death Died of wounds whilst POW

Cemetery or memorial Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension, Belgium
Grave or panel reference Not Known

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World War 1
France and Flanders

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Chapman, Father
    2 Chapel yard, Northumberland Park, London
  • Florence Chapman, Wife
    2 Harbour View, Clarence Square, Gosport
Military Information Military Information


Rank Acting Company Sergeant Major
Service Number PO/11934
Unit 2nd Royal Marine Battalion
Regiment Royal Marine Light Infantry
Service Royal Naval Division
Enlisted in Not Known