Frederick Graham Amos

Memorial: Hambrook - Whiteshill Common

Regiment: Royal Berkshire Regiment

Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal

Rank and number: Private 20276

Parents: Albert and Emily Amos

Home address: Hambrook Beer House, Hambrook, Bristol

Date of birth: 1895

Place of birth: Hambrook, Bristol

Date of death: 06/05/1917

Buried/Commemorated at: Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France (Ref: V. D. 23.)

Age: 22

Further information:

Frederick Graham Amos was born in about 1895 in Hambrook near Bristol. His parents were Albert and Emily Amos who lived in Hambrook. He was brother to Frank and Mabel. Frank 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. Frederick’s name is on the Hambrook School Admission Register. He left to go to boarding school on 14th January 1908

Frederick joined the 5th Battalion of the Royal Berkshire Regiment as a private. He died in May 1917 at the age of 22. He is buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery in Arras in France. He is also remembered on the Winterbourne Down All Saints Churchyard memorial and on Whiteshill Common Memorial (Winterbourne Down face) in Hambrook

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

Yate and District Heritage Centre
CWGC and Forces War Records