Edgar is not remembered on the war memorial at Christchurch Park.
Born: 2 a.m., 15th October 1892, 3, Barrack Lane, St. Matthew’s, Ipswich.
Twin brother to Alexander Walter Gray.
Died: 6th June 1915; age 22; KiA – Gallipoli.
Enlistment Location: Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
Date of Entry Therein: 1st April 1915.
Rank: Gunner; Service Number: 64371.
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery, 10th Battery.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War and 1915 Star.
Panel 21 & 22.
Turkey (including Gallipoli).
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Mrs. E.M.Gray, of 112, Alma Place, Seymour Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
1911 Topsham Artillery Barracks, Topsham Road, Heavitree, Devon.
Frank was 21 years old, a Soldier ranked Gunner for the 150th Battery of the Royal Field Artillery.
On the 1911 census, Frank’s widowed mother was living with his sisters at the family home:-
112, Alma Place, Seymour Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
Eliza Martha Gray (nee Newman), 44, Laundress, born Burchetts Green, Berkshire.
Edith May Gray, 13, a Domestic Servant, born Bombay, India.
Constance Gertrude Gray, 11, born Bombay.
Frank’s father: Walter Charles Benjamin Gray, born 1861, Lambourn, Berkshire. A Shoeing Smith, for the Royal Artillery, 25th Field Battery.
Frank’s brother: Arthur Stanley Reginald Gray, born February 1889, 32, Frome Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
Soldiers’ Effects to Elizabeth M. Gray – mother, and twin brother Alex Gray, a Gunner, 56218, of the 5th Reserve, Battery, Royal Field Artillery, and brother Arthur S.R. Gray, a Quarter Master Sergeant, of the Royal Field Artillery.
Royal Field Artillery, 10th Battery: