Remembered with honour Arras Memorial: Bay 9.
He enlisted in Whitehall, London, and was formerly Private 84537 2nd Battalion London Regiment. He was entitled to the Victory and British War medals, and was presumed killed in action. Unfortunately, Frederick’s Service Record appears to be one that did not survive the World War Two bombing.
Son of Thomas and Harriet (nee MARSHALL) PARRY; husband of Rosina (nee WHITE) PARRY of Kentish Town, London.
His parents married 1880 in the St Pancras, London, district.
Frederick was born 30 July 1883 in St Pancras, and baptised 22 August 1883 at St Mary the Virgin, Somers Town, London. He married 11 November 1906 at St Peter’s, Highgate, Middx; they had three children. Rosina never remarried and died 22 August 1971 in St Pancras aged 87; she was buried 26 August in St Pancras Cemetery.
On the 1891 Census, aged 7 he lived in St Pancras, the nephew of Robert and Emma PARRY. On the 1901 Census, he is proving elusive. On the 1911 Census, a compositor aged 27, he lived in Watford, with his wife and three children.
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