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RAMC profile of:
Frederick Bruce IVES
[Service No:  7200]

Place or Date
of Birth:
Barton near Preston, Lancashire on 5th June 1892

Service Number: 7200

TF Number:

Rank: Pte


Attached To: 1st Divisional Train, A.S.C.

Enlistment Location: Newport, South Wales

Also Served:

Outcome: Died

Date Died: 10/8/1921
Age Died: 29

Where Buried and/or Commemorated: UK - Leeds (Lawns Wood) Cemetery, Yorkshire


Gazette Reference:

Other Information:

Frederick enlisted on 20th June 1913. He was 21 years old, and was a butcher by trade. He joined the R.A.M.C. at Aldershot the following day and trained as an orderly at the School of Instruction. He passed through the School on the 28th Nov 1913 and subsequently passed for General Duties on the 8th April 1914. He entered the war in France on 17th August 1914, as part of the Regimental Medical Officer's team for the 1st Divisional Train. Frederick was wounded in action on the 12th July 1916, also suffering from ‘Shell Shock’. He was sent back to the UK from the 104th Field Ambulance. On 14th July 1916 he was admitted to the County of London War Hospital, Epsom. On 12th April 1917 he admitted into the Lord Derby War Hospital, Warrington, where he stayed until he was discharged on the 12th April 1917, with the disability of ‘mania and tubercule of the lung’. He was subsequently discharged from the R.A.M.C. on the 3rd May 1917, ‘No longer physically fit for War Service’. At the time of his discharge his address was given as 9 Wilton Mount, Hyde Park, Leeds. The family later moved to 9 Royal Park Mount, Hyde Park, Leeds. He died of phthisis (pulmonary tuberculosis). He was the son of Edward William Ives and Annie Ives of 15 Edwin Road, Hyde Park, Leeds. [Information researched and kindly provided by Chris Ludlam]

Additional Information: Date Added: Tuesday 18 December, 2018
Frederick's final resting place. [Photograph courtesy of Chris Ludlam]

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