Seaden, Frederick William

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War Service:
Sergeant M2/102342 FREDERICK WILLIAM SEADEN of the Army Service Corps (Mechanical Transport) attached to 54th Seige Battery Ammunition Column died on 12 November 1917, aged 34.

He is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen. During the Great War there were at least fifteen military hospitals on the Southern outskirts of Rouen. The great majority of the dead from these hospitals were buried in the cemeteries of St. Sever and the St Sever extension.

Location of Memorial:
He is also remembered on the memorial in St Bartholomew's church, Sydenham and on the memorial of the Sydenham, Forest Hill & District Tradesmen’s Benefit Society.

Details:
He was born in West Ham, the son of George and Clara Seaden. He was the husband of Florence Elizabeth Seaden, of 3, Mount Villas, Sydenham Hill Road.

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