FREDERICK CHARLES FULLER AND SON BREWERY WAR MEMORIAL
World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © John McAdam 2016
memorial is to be found in The Maltings (Formerly St Peters Brewery),
18 Lurke Street, Bedford. It takes the form of a stone tablet mounted
on an outside wall supported by two stone brackets.
Copyright © Martin Edwards 2016
OUR GLORIOUS DEAD
57829, 16th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Killed in France 22 October
1917. Born Hallow, Worcestershire, enlisted Bedford. No known grave.
Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel
61 to 63. See also Bedford St Peter
26768, 51st Protection Company, Royal Defence Corps. Discharged
29 October 1917. Died from Pulmonary Tuberculois, caused by exposure
while on military service, Wednesday 12 December 1917. Aged 47.
Born 21 October 1871. Husband
of Elizabeth A. Gough, of 21, Greenhill St., Bedford.
enlisted as 26768, 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment (Reserve)
21 October 1914. Previously enlisted 10 October 1883 as Private
9679, Rifle Brigade, aged 19, height 5 feet 7¾ inches, weight
159lbs, chest 39 inches, fresh complexion, brown grey eyes, brown
hair, religious denomination Church of England. In the 1911 census
he was aged 40, married to Elizabeth, with five children, a Brewer's
Labourer, born Bedford, resident 21 Greenhill Street, Bedford. Buried
in BEDFORD CEMETERY, Bedford. Plot I. Row 5. Grave 36. See also
52962, 7th Battalion Royal Fusilierts (City of London Regiment).
Killed in action Wednesday, 21 August 1918 in France & Flanders.
Born and resident Goldington, enlisted Bedford. Formerly PS/11104,
28th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. No known grave. Commemorated on
VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 3.
also Goldington War Memorial
and Bedford, Bunyan Meeting
IN APPRECIATION OF THOSE CONNECTED WITH
THE COMPANY WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WAR.
28 July, 2016