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Current record for: Frank Leslie Flowerday
Deceased Folder  Deceased Folder
Name Frank Leslie Flowerday
Born in Not Known
Resident of Not Known
Died 23/05/1944
Age 20

Cause of Death Died of wounds

Cemetery or memorial Portsmouth Naval Memorial, United Kingdom
Grave or panel reference Panel 82, Column 2.

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World War 2
In May 1944, at the time he received his wounds, Frank Flowerday was serving on the SS Rodsley

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Edward William Flowerday, Father
  • Maud Harriett Flowerday, Mother
Military Information Military Information

Rank Able Seaman
Service Number P/JX 324548
Unit H.M.S. President III
Regiment Royal Navy
Service Navy
Enlisted in Not Known