Pounds, Frederick Edward: Service no. 2453306

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Source: “Duty Nobly Done” page 295.

Pte F E Pounds 2453306 Daily Sentinel Review October 23 1918 Page 1

Daily Sentinel-Review. October 23, 1918. Page 1.

PTE. FRED POUNDS KILLED IN ACTION.

Well Know Beachville Boy Made Supreme Sacrifice on October 1st.

Word reached Beachville on Friday that another Beachville boy had made the supreme sacrifice, Pte. Fred Pounds, who was killed in France on October 1st. Pte. Pounds was about twenty-four years old and a young man of splendid principles.. His life for a year or two previous to enlistment had been spent at Beachville Prior to that he had lived at Eastwood. The word of his death was received by Mrs. Elstone, with whom he had boarded at the time of his enlistment.

Daily Sentinel-Review. October 23, 1918. Page 1.

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Source: CVWM

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War Memorial – Monument Pioneer Cemetery,Oxford Centre, Norwich Township, Oxford County. Source CVWM.

 

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“Killed in Action.” While on duty South West of Haynecourt of the night of October 1st, 1918, he was hit and instantly killed by shrapnel from a bomb dropped by an enemy aeroplane.

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