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Private Frederick TARPLEY

Royal Army Service Corps R4/108710

Frederick was born in July 1898 in Brixworth, the son of Frederick Tarpley and Alice Jones. By 1901 Alice and young Frederick were living in the Stone Union Workhouse in Staffordshire. Frederick may have come to Northamptonshire to find work as he met his future wife here.  Frances Frisby was a domestic servant, whose family lived in School Road, Spratton, and the couple married in Market Harborough in September 1916 when Frederick was 18.

Frederick joined the Royal Army Service Corps, probably when he became 18 in 1916, and he served overseas.  He was awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

Frederick and his wife had at least five children, not all of whom survived. Sadly Frances died in June 1926, in the same month that their youngest child was born.  Frederick married his second wife Eleanor Elizabeth Randall in 1939, but he died in Northampton in1943 aged only 45.  Frederick must have lived in Spratton some short time after his first marriage as his name is on the Absent Voters list for Spratton 1918.

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