Sapper Frederick Charles Woodhouse

Rank or Title

Date of Birth


Date of Death

5 Nov 1917

Service Number


Place of Birth

United Kingdom

World War I Address

82 Langley Road
United Kingdom

Place of Death

No 17 General Hospital

Grave Location

Alexandria (Hadra) War Cemetery

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


The Luton News , 15th November 1917
Sapper Frederick Charles Woodhouse

Sapper Frederick Charles Woodhouse, 99510, 220th Army Troops Company Royal Engineers, died in the No. 17 General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, on November 5th, 1917, from malaria.

The husband of Maggie, of 82 Langley Road [now Latimer Road], Luton, he left eight children. He had joined the Army in June 1915 and served in the Mediterranean with a Fortress Company of the Royal Engineers until he contracted the deadly malaria.

Born in Norfolk in 1882, he had married Maggie Pieraccini in Luton in 1904.

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Sapper Frederick Charles Woodhouse

Author: Deejaya

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