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Current record for: Frederick George Bint
Deceased Folder  Deceased Folder
Name Frederick George Bint
Born in Holloway - Middlesex
Resident of Highbury - Middlesex
Died 08/04/1918
Age 36

Cause of Death Killed in action

Cemetery or memorial Glisy Communal Cemetery, France
Grave or panel reference In South-West corner.

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World War 1
France and Flanders

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Stallwood (formerly Bint), Mother
  • N C Bint, Wife
    27, Melgund Road, Highbury
Military Information Military Information

Rank Driver
Service Number 291541
Unit attd. 7th Cavalry Field Ambulance
Regiment Royal Army Service Corps
Service Army
Enlisted in Highbury - Middlesex
Memorial(s) Memorial(s) link(s)

Royal Northern Central Hospital entrance way arch and St. Mary Magdalene Church