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Frank Simon was the son of Thomas and Edith Simon, husband of M E Simon of 23 Ainger Road, South Hampstead, London, England
Last rank held listed as Temporary Captain AWMM
10 January 1918 AWMM
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The Huts Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium AWMM XV. A. 16. AWMM
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I am looking to find any desendants of frank simon, I know he had a brother ,Horace. the reason I am looking is I have a ww1 war diary written by frank simon up to the date of his death. frank didn`t have any offspring. Horace had children and grandchildren, maybe a family member would like to have the diary . I know he enlisted in the Dublin fusiliers in ww1 ,later transferred to the Otago regt. he was married to a lady from Dublin. I have tried roots chat to no avail, so I thought I`d give it one more try. hoping someone might know a relation .
perth, western australia
Public - michael - Researcher - 26 June 2017
|12 September 2017||Carol ||Hastings, New Zealand||Other||
|26 June 2017||michael||australia||Researcher||
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