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Frederick was born in 1892 at Stockton to William and Maria Elizabeth Urwin. On the 1901 Census he is resident at 1 St.Bernards Road with his parents and siblings Annie, William, Thomas, Mary, Eveline, Hilda and James. On the 1911 Census he is employed as a Clerk and resident at 5 Dixon Street with his parents and siblings Dora, Thomas, Eveline, Hilda, James and Ellen.

Frederick enlisted into the 8th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment (Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own) service number 26304. He was Killed in Action, as a Private, on 7 October 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. His body was never recovered and he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme and posthumously awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.


Frederick is being remembered through the growing of a sunflower by Ken Adamson. Frederick was Ken's Grandmother's younger brother. He was a Rifleman. 13th Bn Rifle brigade. He died on 14th November 1916 aged 21 and is buried at the Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel, France (Somme).


Beverley was born on 4 August 1879 at Catton Hall, Burton-on-Trent to the Reverend Richard and Mary Ussher. On the 1881 Census he is resident at 25 Augusta Gardens, Boverie Road, Folkstone, Kent with his parents and siblings Robert and Margaret. On the 1891 Census he is resident at Ventnor, Isle of Wight, with his parents and siblings Robert, Margaret, Stephen, Mary, Richard and Dorothy.

Beverley was educated at St.Edward's School, Oxford (1891-1898) and Wadham College Oxford (1898-1900). He was Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Leinster Regiment on 23 May 1900 and promoted Lieutenant on 9 August 1902, then Captain on 1 April 1910. He was Adjutant 3 May 1906 to 2 May 1909 and officer Company Gentleman Cadets, and Instructor at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst 21 September 1912 to May 1915; he joined the 2nd.Battalion at Barbados in August 1900; served in Jamaica and St.Lucia; in the South African War 1902,took part in the operations in the Orange River Colony,February to March and in the Transvaal, March to 31 May 1902. He was awarded the Queen's South Africa Medal with four Clasps, he subsequently served in India for two years and then at Devonport and in Ireland.

When serving in India he married on 26 March 1906, at Jullundar, Ethel Martin, daughter of the Reverend Henry Martin, Vicar of Stockton-on-Tees and Canon of Durham. They had three children, John, Stephen and Kathleen. On the outbreak of the European War he was appointed Staff Officer on the Staff of General Doran. He left for the Dardanelles in May 1915 as Staff Captain to the 88th.Brigade, 29th.Division.

He was acting Brigade-Major and was Killed in Action on 19 June 1915 and is buried in Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Gallipoli Turkey. Beverley was posthumously awarded the 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. He is also listed in De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour. Beverley's brother Stephen was killed in France.