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Frederick Charles Palmer

Rank: Lieutenant
Street: 155 Albert Street
Town/Village: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Civil Parish:
Catholic Parish:
Alternative Address: St. John's, Templemichael ,Longford / 5 Hawthorne Terrace, Canterbury England/ 90 Ritson Road, Oshawa, Ontario
Census 1901: Recorded at 5 Hawthorn Terrace, Canterbury, England on the 1901 Census of England and Wales
Census 1911:
Regiment/Unit: 116th Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force
Regiment Number: 745907
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived the war
Information: Frederick was born in Longford on 2 May 1883, to Thomas Palmer a member of the British Army and his wife Sarah. Frederick was one of a large family. Lt Palmer enlisted in Oshawa, Ontario in December 1915, but he had some previous experience in militias in Middlesex and Canada. After the war, he remained in Canada, where he married Gladys Augusta Judith Nobbin at York, Ontario in July 1920. Palmer was employed by as a sanitary inspector with the Local Board of Health - Oshawa, and by 1921 was their Assistant Secretary.
Parents Names: Thomas Palmer and Sarah (née) Buck, Hawthorne Terrace, Canterbury, UK

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