25th County of London Cyclist Battalion
The London Regiment


Frederick William MEALY / MEALEY


'Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19' under the heading "25th (County of London) Battalion (Cyclists)" :-

Mealy, Frederick William, born Chelsea, enlisted Fulham, 1213, Pte., died at home, 7 Apr 1915.


In Memory of

Private Frederick William MEALEY

1213, 25th Bn., London Regiment (Cyclists)

who died on 07 April 1915

Remembered with honour Lowestoft (Beccles Road) Cemetery, Suffolk Grave Ref. 13. 39.

Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

During the 1914-1918 War, Lowestoft was a trawler base with a Port Mine-sweeping Officer in command; and during the 1939-1945 War, was the central Depot for the Royal Naval Patrol Service, which was developed from the pre-war Royal Naval Reserve Trawler Section. The cemetery was begun in 1885 and contains war graves of both world wars. The 1914-1918 burials are mainly in Plots 12, 13 and 14 on the western side. After the war, a Cross of Sacrifice was erected on an island site close to these plots, in honour of all the servicemen buried in the cemetery. Most of the 1939-1945 graves are in one or other of four War Graves Plots, three of which are in the western part of the cemetery and one to the east of the main entrance. The remainder are scattered in other parts of the cemetery. There are 95 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war.

[Courtesy of Commonwealth War Graves Commission]


  

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