Napper, Frederick William Henry


War Service:

Corporal FREDERICK WILLIAM HENRY NAPPER, Royal Marine Light Infantry, of Portsmouth Battalion, Royal Naval Division was killed on 11 October 1914. It is believed that he was shot while attempting to escape while a prisoner of war. He first enlisted in the RMLI in 1889.

He is buried in Eksaarde Communal Cemetery near Ghent in Belgium.

Location of Memorial:

He is remembered on the South Suburban Gas Works memorial.


He was the husband of Mrs. Mary E. Napper, of 72 West Terrace, Lower Sydenham.


Contributed By:

Andy Pepper

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