Brown, Frederick James: Service no. 745029

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Source: Duty Nobly Done Honour Roll

Newspaper Clipping – Pte. Frederick James Brown's name was misprinted in this newspaper article. His identity may be confirmed by his military attestation which includes the Ann street address. Source: CVWM

Newspaper Clipping – Pte. Frederick James Brown’s name was misprinted in this newspaper article. His identity may be confirmed by his military attestation which includes the Ann street address. Source: CVWM

SIG. F.G. BROWN KILLED

Signaller F.G. [F.J.] Brown, whose mother resides at 105 Anne street, was killed in action on May 10. He left for overseas in June 1916, and had been in the trenches since November. He was born in Toronto 18 years ago, and at the time of enlistment was engaged as an upholsterer. He was a member of the West End Y.M.C.A., and attended Westmoreland Methodist Church. His brother Harold, 17 years of age, is also in the trenches.

Source: Toronto Star. May 21, 1917.

"Killed in Action"

“Killed in Action”

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