Boy 1st Class Frank Potter

Royal Navy, HMS Hampshire

Died: Monday 5 June 1916 (aged 16)

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Record:
POTTER, FRANK
Additional information:
Son of Charles and Fanny Potter, of Winnersh Farm, Wokingham.
Cemetery:
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
14.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
St Michaels Church Choir And Bellringers WW1 (WMR 41143)
Location:
Maidstone, Kent
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
Almond Valley WW1 (WMR 44751)
Location:
Almondbank, Tayside
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
St Pauls Parishioners (WMR 43)
Location:
Wokingham, Berkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
Wokingham (WMR 117)
Location:
Wokingham, Berkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
Logie Pert- Cross (WMR 86123)
Location:
North Craigo, Tayside
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
Wortham - WWi Roll Of Honour (WMR 57187)
Location:
Wortham, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
Memorial:
Wortham (WMR 4902)
Location:
Wortham, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Potter, Frank
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Caledonian Railway (WMR 13356)
Location:
Glasgow, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Potter, F
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Kirkbymoorside Roll Of Honour (WMR 30624)
Location:
Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
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Taylors Drug Company WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 27331)
Location:
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
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Deighton Parish Memorial - WW1 (WMR 30967)
Location:
Deighton, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
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Bedford Post Office (WMR 1869)
Location:
Bedford, Bedfordshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Methven (WMR 44773)
Location:
Methven, Tayside
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Barmby Moor Parish WW1 Tablet (WMR 34761)
Location:
Barmby Moor, Humberside
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Mayfield Road Boys' School (Lost) (WMR 87336)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
St Mary The Virgin Church WW1 (WMR 30842)
Location:
Whitby, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
St. Matthew's Church WW1 Window And Tablets (WMR 35323)
Location:
Kingston Upon Hull, Humberside
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Phoenix Staff - WW1 And WW2 Plaque (WMR 18259)
Location:
Alrewas, Staffordshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
All Saints Parish WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 28700)
Location:
Keighley, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Cowlinge Roll Of Honour (WMR 5121)
Location:
Cowlinge, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Cowlinge (WMR 5120)
Location:
Cowlinge, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Great Wilbraham Memorial Hall (WMR 46557)
Location:
Great Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Royal Northern Hospital (WMR 12057)
Location:
Holloway, Greater London
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Diss (WMR 19978)
Location:
Diss, Norfolk
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
South Suburban Gas Company (WMR 12141)
Location:
Lower Sydenham, Greater London
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Castleton (WMR 604)
Location:
Castleton, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Men Of Cambridgeshire And The Isle Of Ely (WMR 12935)
Location:
Ely, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Potter, F
Memorial:
Men Of Cambridgeshire And The Isle Of Ely (WMR 12935)
Location:
Ely, Cambridgeshire

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Name:
Private S Potter
Context:
Wounded
Date:
31 May 1916
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 7 Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (page 84)