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Name Frank Bernard SIMMONS
Regiment 5310/682546 Private London Regiment 1st/22nd Battalion (The Queens) formerly 24583 5th Royal Fusiliers. Born and enlisted Acton
Died 22nd August 1918 Haucort, Pas-de-Calais France
His name was on the original memorial in the church.
Family Lived at 4 Hardwick Terrace, Acton, one of six children of verger Edward Simmons and his wife Fanny.
Cemetery Vis-en-Artois Memorial, FRANCE Panel 10

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