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RAMC profile of:
Duncan Frederick CONNOR
[Service No:  19667]
 
 


Place or Date
of Birth:
Croydon, Surrey in 1886

Service Number: 19667

TF Number:

Rank: Pte

Unit: 8th Field Ambulance

Attached To:

Enlistment Location: London

Also Served:

Outcome: Killed in action

Date Died: 20/07/1915
Age Died: 28

Where Buried and/or Commemorated: Belgium - Brandhoek Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen

Awards:

Gazette Reference:
 


Other Information:

Duncan arrived in France on the 20th August 1914. He was killed in action after the battle of Hooge. Duncan was the only son of Duncan McNab Conner and Lizzie Roselin Conner of 42 Kingshead Road, Catford, SE6 [Information and portrait photograph kindly provided by Duncan's family]


 
Additional Information: Date Added: Tuesday 12 June, 2012
 
Duncan's final resting place. [Photograph courtesy of Chris Ludlam]


  
 
 
Additional Information: Date Added: Thursday 07 June, 2012
 
Duncan Frederick Conner was a regular soldier, having enlisted in 1911.
 
 
 
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