Ashton, Frederick William

BORN HULL 1894. SON OF WILLIAM HENRY ASHTON & SARAH ANN ASHTON OF 1 HANNAH’S TERRACE, WALMSLEY STREET, HULL. HE WAS A GROCER’S ASSISTANT CONNECTED WITH THE ROYAL STATION HOTEL. SIX CHILDREN FROM  THE JEWISH WACHOLDER FAMILY  LIVED IN THE SAME HOUSE (1911 CENSUS).

HE ENLISTED IN HULL. SERVED WITH THE 8TH NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. RETURNING FROM THE DARDANELLES. HE DIED OF WOUNDS ON THE HOSPITAL SHIP ‘ARCADIAN’ ON 09/09/1915, AGED 21. BURIED HULL WESTERN CEMETERY .

HE IS LISTED ON THE WALMSLEY STREET ROLL OF HONOUR PUBLISHED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON 16TH OCTOBER 1917.

HE WAS RECORDED AS KILLED ON THE NORWOOD STREET, ROLL OF HONOUR, (HDM 27/10/1916).
HIS DEATH WAS REPORTED IN THE HULL DAILY MAIL ON 18/09/1915, AND THE HULL TIMES, ON 18/09/1915, WITH HIS PHOTOGRAPH. *

BERNARD AND HYMEN WACHOLDER, WHO LIVED IN THE SAME HOUSE, ALSO ENLISTED AND SERVED IN THE WAR.


First name:
FREDERICK WILLIAM
Military Number:
5530
Rank:
Private
Date Died
09/09/1915
Place died:
Hull Western Cemetery, East Yorkshire, UK
Age:
21
1 HANNAH'S TERRACE, WALMSLEY STREET, HULL, EAST YORKSHIRE, UK