LENTON Frank Donald

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Private Frank Donald Lenton was a pupil at Oakham School from 1906, the son of John Holdsworth Lenton and his wife Kate of Bank House, Horncastle in Lincolnshire. He was an articled clerk in Lincoln before joining up. Frank was wounded at Bailleul on 24 March 1915 and died two days later aged 22. He is buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extensioin, grave J.48, and is remembered in Oakham School Chapel.

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  • Oakham School Chapel
  • Oakham School Memorial 4
  • Bailleul Communal Cemetery and Extension 1
  • F D Lenton 3
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Born 1892, son of John and Kate Lenton of Bank House, Horncastle in Lincolnshire.Enlisted in the Honorable Artillery Company on 8th September 1914.Grave photo attached.
By BN on Tuesday 17th June '14 at 4:45pm
 

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