We remember Frederick Ernest Mayston

We remember Frederick Ernest Mayston

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Timeline

1896
birth Battersea, London United Kingdom Source:8614500 Source:8605850 28th March 1896
1901
location Crichton Street, Clapham SW8 United Kingdom parents address Source:9062258 31st March 1901
1912
dates Age 16 Source:8614500 28th March 1912
1912
location Upper Chatham Barracks, Chatham, Gillingham, Kent United Kingdom military residence address Source:8605850 10th August 1912 - 22nd September 1913
1912
enlistment Chatham, Kent United Kingdom Source:8605850 10th August 1912
1913
dates Age 19 Source:8605850 28th March 1913
1913
location Bordon Camp, Hampshire United Kingdom military residence address Source:8605850 23rd September 1913
1914
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:8605850 13th August 1914
1914
service British Army Private 10886 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8605850 13th August 1914 - 1st October 1914
1914
location 1 Stationary Hospital, Le Mans France away from home address Source:8605850 2nd October 1914
1914
hospitalisation Enteric fever Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 2nd October 1914
1914
location 5 Stationary Hospital, Le Mans France away from home address Source:8605850 20th October 1914
1914
location No 12 General Hospital, Rouen France away from home address Source:8605850 12th December 1914
1914
location No 2 General Hospital, Le Havre France away from home address Source:8605850 16th December 1914
1915
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8605850 27th April 1915 - 9th May 1915
1915
hospitalisation Gun shot wound to hand and bayonet wound, loss of little finger on left hand Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 9th May 1915
1915
location No 5 Field Ambulance, Festubert France away from home address Source:8605850 9th May 1915 - 9th May 1915
1915
location No 4 Casualty Clearing Station, Lillers France away from home address Source:8605850 9th May 1915
1915
location No.12 Stationary Hospital, Rouen France away from home address Source:8605850 12th May 1915
1915
location Troopship from UK, destination Cape Helles, Gallipoli Turkey military residence address Source:8605850 26th July 1915 - 11th August 1915
1915
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 2nd Battalion Source:8605850 14th August 1915 - 4th September 1915
1915
hospitalisation Dysentry Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 5th September 1915
1915
location Hospital Ship "Mauretania", Destination UK, departing from Alexandria Egypt away from home address Source:8605850 26th October 1915
1916
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8605850 18th June 1916 - 23rd July 1916
1916
hospitalisation Injured knee Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 23rd July 1916
1916
location No 26 General Hospital, Etaples France away from home address Source:8605850 24th July 1916 - 26th July 1916
1917
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8605850 19th March 1917 - 10th November 1917
1917
hospitalisation Shattered forearm and neck Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 10th November 1917
1918
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Source:8605850 12th January 1918 - 28th July 1918
1918
hospitalisation Abscess in jaw Hospital/Institution Source:8605850 28th July 1918
1918
location No 6 Casualty Clearing Station, Lillers France away from home address Source:8605850 31st July 1918
1918
location Stoke on Trent War Hospital, Newcastle, Staffordshire United Kingdom away from home address Source:8605850 14th August 1918 - 3rd September 1918
1918
marriage Annie Gee Source:9062346 August 1918
1918
service British Army Private 10866 South Wales Borderers 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Source:8605850 30th October 1918 - 17th January 1919
1919
discharge Source:8605848 17th January 1919
1919
location 38 Denmark Street, Waterloo, Liverpool United Kingdom their own address Source:8605850 18th January 1919
1974
death Liverpool United Kingdom Source:9062343 1974

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Frederick Ernest
Initials FE
Last Name Mayston
Source 8605850
Last Name Stern
Source 8605850
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
1 Stationary Hospital, Le Mans France away from home address 2nd October 1914
38 Denmark Street, Waterloo, Liverpool United Kingdom their own address 18th January 1919
5 Stationary Hospital, Le Mans France away from home address 20th October 1914
Bordon Camp, Hampshire United Kingdom military residence address 23rd September 1913
Crichton Street, Clapham SW8 United Kingdom parents address known 31st March 1901
Hospital Ship "Mauretania", Destination UK, departing from Alexandria Egypt away from home address 26th October 1915
No 12 General Hospital, Rouen France away from home address 12th December 1914
No 2 General Hospital, Le Havre France away from home address 16th December 1914
No 26 General Hospital, Etaples France away from home address 24th July 1916 - 26th July 1916
No 4 Casualty Clearing Station, Lillers France away from home address 9th May 1915
No 5 Field Ambulance, Festubert France away from home address 9th May 1915 - 9th May 1915
No 6 Casualty Clearing Station, Lillers France away from home address 31st July 1918
No.12 Stationary Hospital, Rouen France away from home address 12th May 1915
Stoke on Trent War Hospital, Newcastle, Staffordshire United Kingdom away from home address 14th August 1918 - 3rd September 1918
Troopship from UK, destination Cape Helles, Gallipoli Turkey military residence address 26th July 1915 - 11th August 1915
Upper Chatham Barracks, Chatham, Gillingham, Kent United Kingdom military residence address 10th August 1912 - 22nd September 1913
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 10886 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 2nd Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 1st Battalion Private
British Army 10866 South Wales Borderers 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
Silver War Badge Honourable Discharge
1914 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Annie Gee wife August 1918

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