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07/02/2020 Captain Frederic Theodore Garrett received a bayonet wound on a battle course and died from blood poisoning.
07/02/2020 Frederic Theodore Garrett was the son of Percival Albion and Winifred Florence Garrett. He was born on 17th September, 1914, presumably in England.
07/02/2020 Frederic was known as Eric.
07/02/2020 Frederic attended Bancroft's School. Bancroft's School is a co-educational independent school located in Woodford Green, London Borough of Redbridge. He was a boarder between 1926 and 1932.
07/02/2020 After leaving school, was with various advertising agencies and other firms in London and Birmingham.
07/02/2020 Captain Frederic Theodore Garrett was serving with the 7th Battalion of the South Staffordshire Regiment when he died on 5th October 1942.
07/02/2020 Captain Frederic Theodore Garrett is buried in DRUMCOO CEMETERY in Dungannon. His inscription reads: UNTO GOD ONLY BE HONOUR AND GLORY
07/02/2020 Frederic Theodore Garrett is listed on Woldingham War Memorial.
07/02/2020 However, he is not listed on the memorial in St Agatha's Church, Woldingham.
07/02/2020 Although he is buried in Drumcoo Cemetery, he is not listed on Dungannon War Memorial.
07/02/2020 The CWGC record Captain Frederic Theodore Garrett as the son of Percival Albion Garrett and Winifred Florence Garrett of Woldingham, Surrey.
07/02/2020 A keen Territorial, Frederic was commissioned in 1937 with the 8th Middlesex, afterwards transferring to the South Staffordshire.
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