Mustoe, Frederick

Dates:

War Service: Frederick Mustoe served as a Pioneer with the Royal Engineers and his service number was 119637. He died on 15th February 1918, aged 45.

Location of Memorial: He is buried in Brockley cemetery, where his name is recorded on the screen wall listing those whose graves have no headstone.

Details: Frederick Mustor enlisted on 14th September 1915 and his occupation was given as an excavator. He was 5ft 4 ½ inches tall. He named his next of kin as his sister, Annie, of South Eastern Hospital, New Cross.

On the 25 November 1915 he met with an accident and was severely injured, fracturing his pelvis. He was invalided out of service on 2nd September 1916.

In 1917 he was living at 121 Malpas Road, Brochley, London.

Source:

Contributed By:

Jackie Sellars

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