Year of death: 1922
Date of birth: 1891
Date of death: 27.2.1922
Place of death:
Service number: 5854
Regiment: Corps 5th Highland Light Infantry
Campaign Medal & Silver War Badge
Medal Card: Enlisted 31.8.1916, Discharged 4.5.1917, cause “Sickness”, para 392 XVI K.R.
Cemetery location: Manor Road Cemetery, Section J (Buried with his parents).
Buried with parents in Manor Road Cemetery, Scarborough
Oliver’s Mount War Memorial, Scarborough
NB No CWGC (death postdates 1921)
1891 born in Scarborough. 1911 census living at Holmefield, West Ayton, Scarborough, parents John Joseph (Estimate Clerk) & Ann Frater, Frank Reginald (Office Clerk), age 20.
Funeral in Tonks Funeral Register, Volume 5 (EYFHS).
Father’s obituary: John Joseph Frater of Scalby Road, Scarborough described as working for the Borough Treasurer’s Department & also a Wesleyan Sunday School worker for 45 years.
FRANK REGINALD/Pte 2nd 5th Highland Light Infantry/the beloved & only son/of/JOHN JOSEPH & ANN FRATER/died February 27th 1922/aged 31 years/we asked thee to give him life/thou gavest him life eternal/also of the above JOHN JOSEPH FRATER/died October 25th 1923/aged 60 years/gone to a higher service/also of the above/ANN FRATER/died May 9th 1962/aged 101 years/in God’s keeping.