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Frank Stott enlisted in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment on 18 December 1906.  He landed at La Havre with the 1st Battalion on 12 August 1914 and would have seen action at;

  • The Battle of Mons
  • The Battle of the Marn
  • The Battle of the Aisne
  • The First Battle of Ypres
  • Winter operations 1914-1915

Frank was discharged due to wounds on 12 February 1915. He was issued silver war badge number 70866.

He was entitled to the 1914, British War Medal and Victory Medal, however the star is not noted on his medal index card, and is not with others which makes me think it was not received.

No further service records survived.

Medals to PTE. F. E. STOTT. L.N.LAN.R – minus the 1914 Star (if it was ever received?)

 

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One Response to 8684 PTE. F. E. STOTT. L.N.LAN.R

  1. Keith Stott says:

    Pte 8684 F.E.Stott LNLR records for the 1914 Star are under the name of ‘Frank’ the MIC & Medal Roll all show the same date to overseas and being entitled to the SWB to which H/239 refers which is also listed under the name of ‘Frank’
    The MIC has been listed under Lancers which must have been a clerical error when putting on the database.hope this information assists.

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