Born: 1888, Nayland, Suffolk.
Death offically accepted: 20th December 1916, age 28; KiA – Hendecourt les Cagnicourt.
Enlistment Location: Ipswich.
Rank: Private; Service Number: 43277
Regiment: Suffolk Regiment, 7th Battalion.
Medals Awarded: Victory & British War.
Pas de Calais,
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of John & Kate Whymark, of Wissington, Nayland; husband of Alice Mary Whymark of 6, Council Houses, Nayland, Colchester.
1891 Bures Road, Wissington.
Frederick was 2 years old and living with his mother & brother.
Catherine Elizabeth Whymark (nee Gowing), 30, born Nayland, Suffolk.
Charles Hume Whymark, 5, born Leiston, Suffolk.
1901 Wissington, Suffolk.
Frederick was 12 years old and living with his parents.
John Whymark, 43, an Electrical Engineer, born Assington, Suffolk.
1911 16, Stoke Street, Ipswich.
Frederick was 22 years old, an Iron Foundry Labourer. He was a boarder at the home of 45 year old Arthur Glading, an Iron Foundry Labourer.
In 1911, Ipswich, Frederick married, Alice Mary Ann Beckett, born 1891, Ipswich. They had 1 son:
Frederick George Whymark, born 1911, Ipswich.
Soldiers’ Effects to Alice M.A. Whymark.
Frederick is also remembered on the Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Orwell Works, war memorial. Now sited at The Museum of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Suffolk Regiment, 7th Battalion