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302220   Leading Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley
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Dated added: 30/12/2015   Last updated: 04/06/2016
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: HM Submarine.D5, Royal Navy (British Navy)
Died: 03/11/1914 (Died at Sea)
Age: 29
Summary      
Frederick Ekin Bradley was the son of William and Jane Bradley. Frederick was born about 1885 in County Donegal.Frederick was married to Lillian J. Bradley, of 72 Union Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth. He had previously served during the Boer War. He had also served on HMS Hyacinth in the Somali Expedition. Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley served on submarine HMS D5. She was sunk by a British mine. Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley was drowned along with 20 officers and men. Frederick Ekin Bradley died on 3rd November 1914. Age: 29.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Plymouth Naval Memorial
  Plymouth, Devon
Grave Ref: Panel 3
CWGC Casualty 3044674
Summary      
The Memorial is situated centrally on The Hoe which looks directly towards Plymouth Sound. It is accessible at all times. Copies of the Memorial Register are kept at the Tourist Information Office at Island House.
Local Memorial Details

No Memorial Name Townland
1 Moy War Memorial - WWI Moy
References and Links
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1 1901 Census lists Bradley family Lists Frederick as age 16 living at house 12 in High Street, Londonderry
2 1911 Census lists Bradley family Does not lists Frederick as living at house 30 in Corr and Dunavally, Charlemont, Armagh
3 Armagh War Memorial Details and photo of Leading Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley
4 Brave Record - Issue 6 Reserve Forces & Cadets Association Northern Ireland
5 Francis Bradley Brother of Roland Bradley, Canadian Infantry
6 MaritimeQuest.com lists ship details Submarine photo and details of those who perished
7 Roland Bradley Brother of Frederick Bradley, died in airplane crash