Andrew, Frank Douglas –

Died of wounds in German hands. Stained glass window in Christ Church, Pendleton, dedicated to his memory. “To the Greater Glory of God and in Loving memory of Frank Douglas Andrew, Lient 5th Bn. Manchester Regiment: who was wounded at Cambrai March 24th 1918 and died at Bohain Easter Day 1918 ‘Through the Gate of Death to a Joyful Resurrection’.”

Personal details

  • Surname: Andrew
  • Forename: Frank Douglas
  • Date of birth: Not known
  • Birth place: Not known
  • Place of residence: Pendleton, Lancashire
  • Gender: Male
  • Age of death: Not known
  • Place of death: Not known
  • Date of death: March 31st, 1918
  • Casualty type: Not known

Service details

  • Rank: Second Lieutenant
  • Unit: 7th (Territorial) Battalion.
  • Service number: Not known
  • Regiment: Manchester Regiment
  • Enlistment date: Not known
  • Enlistment location: Not known
  • Conflict: WW1


  • Service medals: V / BW
  • Silver War badge: Not known
  • Awards: Not known


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