4/4560, Private, 2nd Battalion. Bedfordshire Regiment.
Killed In Action on the 19th April 1915 aged 28.
Frederick was the son of John & Julia Emery of 9 North Road.
He arrived in France on the 19th October 1914, some two months after his brother, Alfred. The battalion was billeted at La Gorgue, a suburb of Estaires, and it was here that Frederick is believed to have been shot by a sniper. His brother, Alfred, was later killed on the 23rd October 1918.
Frederick is buried in the Fauquissart Military Cemetery, Laventie, France. (Grave.F.4.)
Medal Entitlement: 1914 Star, British War Medal & Victory Medal.