CANDLER, Frederick Graham


Rank: Private

Year of death: 1918

Date of birth: QE Dec 1894

Date of death: 25.5.1918

Place of death:

Service number: (1) 33983, subsequently changed to (2) 31284

Regiment: (1) Lincolnshire Regiment and (2) Labour Corp

Medals: Joined up at Richmond. Campaign Medal & Silver War Badge

Cemetery location: Manor Road Cemetery, Section M – Recorded on grandparents’ grave

Where remembered?: Buried in CWGC, British Commonwealth Cemetery in Morbeque France, Plot 1, Row G, Grave 5
Grandparents’ grave in Manor Road Cemetery, Section M

Biographical Information

Born Scarborough in 1894. Living at 85 Candler Street in 1901 census with father Alfred, age 31 (musician), mother Ann and siblings Francis K, Lillian and Eric. Joined up in Richmond. 1911 census he lived at 111 Candler Street with parents and extra siblings, Albert and Nellie. By 1918 his parents had moved to Salisbury he is remembered on his grandparents’ Frederick & Jane Candler’s grave in Scarborough.


In loving memory of/JANE/the beloved wife of/FREDERICK GRAHAM CANDLER/died July 26th 1919/also of/FREDERICK GRAHAM CANDLER/husband of the above/died Aug 3rd 1921/also of/FRDERICK GRAHAM CANDLER/grandson of the above/killed in action in France/May 25th 1918/“At rest”.

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