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Harry Fitelson

Born:
1893
Died:
1 Elul 5678 (09 August 1918)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
FIT5420
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1893
Place of birth:
Boston, Lincolnshire

Death

Date of death:
1 Elul 5678 (09 August 1918)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
Frevent
Cause of death:
Accidental Death
Burial place:
St Hilaire Cemetery Extension, Frevent

Places

Addresses

Family home:
326 Bury New Road, Manchester (1911)
His home:
7 Upper Camp Street, Higher Broughton, Manchester (1915)

Other Organisations

Name:
Jewish Lads' Brigade

Synagogues

Name:
Higher Broughton Synagogue, Manchester
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Family

Siblings

Sigmond Fitelson (male)
Annie Fitelson (female)
Eddie Fitelson (male)

Parents

Father: George Fitelson (male)
Mother: Rose Danziger (female)

Homefront

Military Record

Military service:
Army
Military record no.:
W.R.275675
Date enlisted/conscripted:
1914
Date discharged/death:
09 August 1918
Rank at discharge/death:
Sapper
Assignments
Regiment:
Royal Engineers
Battalion/unit:
278th Railway Coy.

Roll of Honour

H. FITELSON, 09 August 1918

Commonwealth Graves Commission

Rank:
Sapper
Date of Death:
09/08/1918
Age:
25
Regiment / service:
278th Railway Coy., Royal Engineers
Cemetery:
St. Hilaire Cemetery Extension, Frevent
Grave reference:
K. 2.
Additional information:

Other Occupations

Type of employment:
Shop Assistant
Date started:
1911

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