Medal card : Pte. - 25th London Regt.
Medal roll : 25th London R. Pte., Attached Infantry Base Depot 1(a) France 21.7.17 to 8.8.17.,
Posted to 10th London R. 1(a) France 9.8.17 to 2.8.18.
'Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19' under the heading "25th (County of London) Battalion (Cyclists)" :-
Benton, Frederick, born Islington, resident Westminster, enlisted Fulham, 742337, Rifleman; died at sea 3 Aug 1918.
In Memory of
Rifleman Frederick BENTON
who died on 03 August 1918
Commemorated in perpetuity by
The Hollybrook Memorial commemorates by name
almost 1,900 servicemen and women of the Commonwealth land and air forces*
whose graves are not known, many of whom were lost in transports or other
vessels torpedoed or mined in home waters (*Officers and men of the
Commonwealth's navies who have no grave but the sea are commemorated on
memorials elsewhere). The memorial also bears the names of those who were
lost or buried at sea, or who died at home but whose bodies could not be
recovered for burial. Included are HMTs Donegal and Warilda, ambulance
transports torpedoed and sunk between
The Hollybrook Memorial is situated in
Southampton (Hollybrook) Cemetery behind the plot of First World War
graves near the main entrance. The cemetery is located off
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