We remember Frederick Brittain

We remember Frederick Brittain

Timeline

Timeline

1893
birth South Mimms United Kingdom Source:7647178 24th October 1893
1905
education Barnet Grammar School Barnet United Kingdom Source:7647178 1905 - 1911
1911
employment student teacher, assistant master Christ Church School South Mimms United Kingdom Source:7647178 1911 - 1914
1914
employment civil servant GPO London United Kingdom Source:7647178 1914 - 1914
1914
enlistment London United Kingdom Source:7647178 1914
1914
appointments Second London General Military Hospital Source:7647178 September 1914 - 1915
1915
appointments Hospital ship Egypt Source:7647178 31st August 1915 - 8th April 1919
1919
discharge Source:7647178 8th April 1919
1919
education BA, Litt.D., Fellows Jesus College Cambridge United Kingdom Source:7647178 1919 - 1969
1959
marriage Muriel Brittain nee Cunnington Source:7647179 25th July 1959
service British Army Private 99 Royal Army Medical Corps Source:505813
1969
death Not War Related Jesus College Cambridge United Kingdom Source:7647179 15th March 1969

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Frederick
Initials F
Last Name Brittain
Source 505813
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 99 Royal Army Medical Corps Private
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Eliza Daniels mother
William Brittain father
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Muriel Brittain nee Cunnington wife 25th July 1959

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It's a Don's Life Susan39810
50 Years at Jesus Susan39810
Pandemic 1918: The Story of the Deadliest Influenza in History Bria134912

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