First Engineer Frederick George Jackson

Mercantile Marine

Died: Wednesday 13 June 1917 (aged 45)

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Record:
JACKSON, FREDERICK GEORGE
Additional information:
Husband of Emma May Ash Jackson, of Inglenook, Whitchurch, Glam. Born at Birkenhead.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Jackson, Frederick G
Memorial:
Maldon and Heybridge WW1 additional names (WMR 90942)
Location:
Maldon, Essex
Name recorded:
Jackson, F G
Memorial:
St Andrews Church WW1 (WMR 39381)
Location:
Upper Holloway, Greater London
Name recorded:
Jackson, F G
Memorial:
Dorking (WMR 23387)
Location:
Dorking, Surrey
Name recorded:
Jackson, F G
Memorial:
Romford - Cross (WMR 12006)
Location:
Romford, Greater London

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Name:
Captain Jackson
Context:
departed_leave
Date:
13 Jun 1917
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 15 (King's) Hussars (page 196)
Name:
Private J Jackson
Context:
award
Date:
18 Jun 1917
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 2 Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers (page 225)
Name:
Captain H H Jackson
Context:
returned_leave
Date:
18 Jun 1917
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 15 (King's) Hussars (page 197)
Name:
Captain H H Jackson
Context:
joined
Date:
18 Jun 1917
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 15 (King's) Hussars (page 197)