FRANK WILDING

 

 

Born: 1898, Baylham, Suffolk.

Died: 8th November 1917; age: 19; Accidently Killed.

Residence: Little Ouseburn, Yorkshire.

Enlistment Location: York, Yorkshire.

Rank: Private; Service Number: 41316

Regiment: King’s Own Scottish Borders, 2nd Battalion.

Formerly 201396, Royal Scots Fusiliers.

 

Medals Awarded: Victory & British War.

 

Grave Reference:

Panel 66 to 68.

Tyne Cot Memorial,

West Vlaandren,

Belgium.

 

CENSUS

 

1901   Bramford Lane, Blakenham, Suffolk.

 

Frank was 9 years old and living with his parents, twin sister & siblings.

James Wilding, 35, a Horseman on a fram, born Ipswich.

Charlotte Maria Wilding (nee Lambert), 35, born Barking, Suffolk.

William Wilding, 13, born Baylham.

Henry Wilding, 12, born Baylham.

Nellie Wilding, 11, born Baylham.

Annie Wilding, 9, born Baylham.

Percy Wilding, 7, born Great Blakenham.

Alice Wilding, 6, born Great Blakenham.

Martha Wilding, 5, born Great Blakenham.

John Wilding, 2, born Great Blakenham.

Laura Wilding, 5 months, born Great Blakenham.

 

1911   94, Schreiber Road, Ipswich.

 

Frank was 19 years old, a General Labourer. He was living with his widowed father & siblings.

James, 45, a General Labourer.

Percy, 17, a Cowman on a Farm.

Martha, 14, a Day Girl – Domestic.

John, 12.

Laura, 10.

Florence Wilding, 5, born Great Blakenham.

1 Housekeeper & her 2 sons.

 

Frank’s mother, Charlotte Maria Wilding, died 1905, Great Blakenham, Suffolk.

 

Soldiers’ Effects to James Wilding – father.

 

King’s Own Scottish Borders, 2nd Battalion

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