Frederick Arthur Dykes, 323166 Sapper Royal Engineers. Born 1894.

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Date:1914 - 1918 (c.)

Description:Frederick Dykes was born in 1894 in Staffordshire. At the outbreak of WWI he was a railway signalman, living in Talke, Staffordshire. He saw overseas service in France and was demobbed on 17th March 1919. During The Second World War, 1939 to 1945, he ran the Post Office in Kidsgrove. Frederick died in 1984.

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