The Men

The Men

Sunday, 19 January 2014

* Lieutenant Frederick Alfred Harrison

Lieutenant Frederick Alfred Harrison
Birth: Feb. 13, 1893, County Dublin, Ireland
Death: Sep. 9, 1916 Demuin, France
Service: The Leinster Regiment, 3rd Battalion. Attached to 6th Battalion,The Royal Irish Regiment.
He was aged 23 when he died, the son of Arthur Thomas James Harrison and Margaret Drought Harrison, of 59, Beech Hill, Beggars Bush, Dublin.  He was baptised at St. Mark's Church, Dublin, on 19th March 1893.
His father's occupation was given as Architectural Sculptor.
In the 1901 census of Ireland, he and his sister Sophie, were living with their grandparents Charles and Sophia Harrison, at Herbert Park, Dublin.
Yes in the 1911 census of Ireland, Frederick A. Harrison was
living at 1, Waterloo Terrace, Cork.
He was an 18 year old Bank Official, single, born in Dublin, living in a Boarding House owned by Prudence McAlpine Thornton.

His name is noted on the following War Memorials, The High School, Rathgar, Dublin. St. Mark's Church Memorial in St. Ann's Church, Dawson Street, Dublin. St. Matthew's Church Memorial, Irishtown, Dublin. Leinster Regiment Memorial, St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick.
His name is included in the Mount Jerome Cemetery War Memorial and St. Matthew's Church War Memorial Irishtown, Dublin.

Source: find a grave .com 

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