Frank George Amos

Memorial: Hambrook - Whiteshill Common

Regiment: Worcestershire Regiment

Medals: British War Medal, Next of Kin Memorial Plaque 1914 - 1921, Victory Medal

Rank and number: Private 204205

Parents: Albert and Emily Amos

Home address: Hambrook Beer House, Hambrook, Bristol

Date of birth: 1891

Place of birth: St. George, Bristol

Date of death: 17/12/1918

Buried/Commemorated at: Frenchay (St. John the Baptist) Churchyard (Ref: SE. 12. 1586.), Frenchay, Bristol

Age: 29

Further information:

Frank George Amos was born in 1891 in St. George in Bristol. His parents were Albert and Emily Amos who lived in Hambrook near Bristol. He was brother to Frederick and Mabel. Frederick was also killed in the war. Their father was a publican and he had been born in Fishponds in Bristol. The family were living at Hambrook Beer House in 1901. Frank is mentioned in the Hambrook School Admission Register as having left to go to Secondary School on 8th July 1903.

Frank joined the 7th Reserve Battalion of Worcestershire Regiment as a private. He transferred to the 526th Area Employment Company of the Labour Corps. He died in December 1918 at the age of 29.

Frank is buried in St. John the Baptist churchyard in Frenchay, he is remembered on the Whiteshill Common Memorial in Hambrook and on the All Saints Churchyard Memorial in Winterbourne Down.

By kind permission, this information is based on the following source(s):

Yate and District Heritage Centre
Forces War Records and CWGC