Died : 13 Jul 1915
Rank : Corporal
Service no at death: PO/16936
Surname: WILLCOX
Initials: F E V
Date of Birth 1893
Place of BirthGosport, Hampshire
Place of Birth Source1901 Census
Address In the 1911 census his family are living in St. Leonard’s in a house called: Rose Cottage.
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Family (parents and grandparents)The Commonwealth War Graves Commission Website lists: Son of Mr F. J. WILLCOX who named his house in St. Leonard’s near Ringwood as: “Gallipoli”. Frederick’s baptism record in Forton Parish Church in Alverstoke, Gosport gives his parents as: Frederick John and Harriet Ann. His fathers occupation is a: Sergeant in the Royal Navy, Light Infantry
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NotesFrederick Willcox junior is one of 21 members of the armed forces included in David and Dorothy Clarke’s book ‘A Vision of Faith’ (for St. Leonard’s and St. Ives) and listed living at St. Leonard’s in the October 1914 Christchurch Parish Magazine. Christchurch being the Ecclesiastical Parish for St Leonard’s and St. Ives until the 1920’s.
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Age at death22
Date of death 13 Jul 1915
Regiment at deathRoyal Marine Light Infantry
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Rank at deathCorporal
Circumstances of deathFrederick was in the Portsmouth Bn. R.N. Div, where he was lost presumed killed.
Service no at deathPO/16936
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Place of deathTurkey
Location of graveBelles Memorial Panels 2-7
Other memorialsRingwood Memorial
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