Rolls of Honour – Casualty Details

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Lance Corporal Frank Perkins

Great War 1914-1918: Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Died: 11 Jul 1916    Age: 35

Tower: Manchester Cathedral    Society: Lancashire

CWGC Grave/Memorial: Thiepval Memorial -- Pier and Face 4 A

CWGC data

  • Casualty Number: 1547784
  • Casualty Details: (Link by permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission)

Biography

    Born 15/12/1880 and baptised 20/02/1881 at St Thomas Manchester. Son of Thomas Perkins and Annie Perkins of 13 Archer Street, Cheetham, Manchester. Husband of Margaret Perkins (nee McConnell) whom he married on 14/07/1909 at Manchester Cathedral, of 16 Avondale Street Cheetham Hill, Manchester. At the time of the 1911 census he was working as a clerk (poor law). His brother in law, Lance Corporal James McConnell, Royal Scots, also a bellringer at Manchester Cathedral, died of wounds on 07/07/1916 and is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France.

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