Born: 1874, Liverpool, Lancashire.

Missing between 6th – 9th May 1917; age 43; Died of Wounds – Bullecourt.(Battle of Arras)

The Australian Red Cross Society – Wounded & Missing Bureau, began an enquiry for Frederick when he was reported missing on the 10th May 1917.

Place of Association: Sydney, Australia.

Enlistment Details: Date 14th September 1916; Age: 42; Occupation: Upholsterer; Religion: CofE; Next of Kin: sister- Mrs Helen Baldock, Dunellan Bakery, Logan Road, Brisbane.

Date of Embarkment: 25th October 1916; on board HMAT ‘Ascanius’ A11.

Rank: Private; Service Number: 2923

Regiment: Australian Imperial Force, Australian Infantry Force, 18th Battalion.

Medals Awarded: Victory & British War medals.


Grave Reference:

Plot 1. Row A. Grave No. 4.

Grevillers British Cemetery,





1881   4 Court, 3 House, Summer Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire.


Frederick was 7 years old and living with his father & sister.

William Jerman, 46, a Clerk, born Bristol, Somerset.

Amy Jerman, 10, Liverpool, Lancashire.


1901   3, Albert Street, St. Mary’s, Paddington, London.


Frederick was 27 years old, a Carpet Planner, living on his own.


Frederick’s mother was Ellen Jerman (nee Davis) born 1840, Flint, Flintshire, Wales.


Frederick was 28 years old, a Carpet Planner when he travelled as an outward passenger on board the ‘Duke of Sutherland’. Leaving on the 20th July 1902, for a 60 day voyage from London, via Suez Canal, to Brisbane, Australia. He was 1 of 60 first class passengers.

Frederick’s sister Ellen Penelope Baldock & her husband Charles, a Baker, had immigrated to Brisbane in April 1902.

The ‘Duke of Sutherland’ did not arrive until the 2nd October 1902 having ran aground on Lizard Island.

Australian Infantry Force, 18th Battalion

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