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Frank Horace Robinson

This postcard photgraph was posted in May 1918. On the right is
Frank Horace Robinson, son of Frank & Violet. He was a prisoner
and is wearing a label XI. W 66456 - his comrade is XI. W 65380.
In 1901 Frank Horace Robinson, aged 6, was living at 5 Denford Road, Ringstead. In 1916 he originally joined the 28th Battalion Royal Fusiliers 11402, and was wounded in France. Sometime later he served with the 7th Battalion The Queen's 14941 and was captured and transferred to a Prisoner of War camp in Langensalza, Germany.

In uniform In 'wounded' soldiers jacket Later in life
Three more pictures of Frank Robinson.
He is listed on the Ringstead Roll of Honour.

Right: (standing) In uniform with a possible sibling?

Above: (left) in 'wounded' soldier's jacket

Frank in later life

Frank, Clarice and Vera May
Frank returned to work in Rushden, as a shoehand, and married Clarice E. Baker on 31st July 1920 at St Mary's Church.
Vera May was baptised at St Mary's on 24th April 1921.

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