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Baston family of Hackney, Shoreditch and Whitechapel, London from 1785, originally from Bampton, Oxfordshire

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Scrapbook Page for Frederick BASTON


Frederick Baston (1885) Soldier taken about 1915

8th Batallion, Royal Fusiliers
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Frederick Baston 1885 Birth Certificate

No 372 9th August 1885, 45 Havelock Road Frederick Father: Thomas Baston, Boot Laster Mother: S Baston, 45 Havelock Road, South Hackney 1b/589 BXCA 215365
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Photo 1887 Mare Street Hackney

The area where and at the time Frederick Baston grew up
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Frederick 1891 Census with Thomas and Sarah

16 Victoria Grove, Hackney (page 59) Thomas Baston Head, Aged 28, Boot Laster, Born Shoreditch Sarah Baston, Wife, Aged 29, Machinist, Born Bethnal Green Florence Baston, Daughter, Aged 7, Scholar, Born Hackney Frederick Baston, Son, Aged 5, Scholar,
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Frederick 1901 Census with Thomas and Sarah

16 Victoria Grove Hackney Thomas Baston Head Aged 38 Boot Maker Bn Shoreditch Sarah Baston (Noble) Wife Aged 39 Boot Machinist Bn Shoreditch Florence Baston Daughter Aged 17 Tie Maker Bn Hackney Frederick Baston Son age 15 Wood Worker Ellen William
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16 Victoria Grove Location (now Morpeth Grove and new housing

1912 OS Map with location of 16 Victoria Grove Hackney. The area is now (2004) all modern flats and Victoria Grove is Morpeth Grove..
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Frederick & Emma Marriage Cert 1908

No 400 25th December 1908 Frederick Baston, Camera Maker, 6 Victoria Grove Father: Thomas Baston (deceased), Bootmaker Emma Euesden, 6 Victoria Grove Father: John Euesden, Labourer Witnesses: William Baston and Lucy North.
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Frederick missing in action WW1

Certified that it appears from the records of this Office that No 11,693 Lance Corporal F Baston, 8th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, was missing on the seventh day of July 1916 and that, as no further information concerning him has since been received, it
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Death Certificate CWGC L Corp Fredeick Baston 1916

In Memory of Lance Corporal F BASTON G/11693, 8th Bn., Royal Fusiliers who died on 07 July 1916 Remembered with honour OVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY Commemorated in perpetuity by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
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Frederick Baston Cemetery Marker Ovilliers Military Cemetery

Grave Marker of Frederick Baston killed 7th July 1916 in the Battle of the Somme and buried in Ovilliers Military Cemetery.
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Ovilliers Military Cemetary marker location for Frederick Baston

Grave XII W.4. Ovilliers Military Cemetary, France
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Frederick Medal Notification

Record Office6 Oct 1921 I am directed to transmit to you the accompanying British War Medal, victory Medal which would have been conferred upon No GS/11693 Privat F Baston, Royal Fusiliers, had he lived, in memory of his services with the British Forces
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Frederick Baston Medal Card

WW1 Medals awarded to Frederick Baston G/11693
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WW1 British War Medal

Awarded to Frederick Baston 8th Royal Fusiliers G/11693
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WW1 Victory Medal

Awarded to Frederick Baston 8th Royal Fusiliers G/11693
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WW1 1914 - 1915 Star

The 1914-15 Star was instituted in 1918 and was awarded to those who saw service between 5 August 1914 and 31 December 1915. Those personnel eligible for the 1914 Star were not eligible for this medal.
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The road sign as you approach Ovillers picture

Ovillers Military Cememtery

Ovillers was recaptured from the Germans in July 1916 but lost again for five months in 1918. This cemetery was started in 1916 and greatly extended for reburials from the battlefield after the armistice. It contains the graves of 3265 British,
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Ovillers Military Cemetery

Frederick Baston born 1885 was reported missing in action during WW1 in the Somme, France and was buried here in 1916
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Ovillers Military Cemetery Register

The page which shows the entry for Frederick Baston
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The Visitors Book showing the entry by Carol Harmond August 2005

To viist my Granfathers resting place, Lnce Corp F Baston
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Ovillers Church, France

The Church is about a half-a-mile from the Cemetery.
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Coat of Arms for the Baston Family picture

 
  I'm still researching so if you have anything to add or correct then
please email Baston Family Genealogy

Please mention the RIN number attached to a person's name as it is very difficult for me to know for which John, William, Thomas, Edward etc you wish to have more information.

Thank you

 
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