Private Frederick Henry Evans
Frederick Henry Evans was born in 1889 in Barrow in Furness, Lancashire. In the 1891 census he was living with his parents William and Sarah Evans in Lord Street, Barrow in Furness. By 1901 his father had died and he was living with his mother and siblings at Rawlinson Street, Barrow. In 1911 he was with two of his siblings at Barque Street, Barrow, perhaps his mother had also died.

For him to appear on the Chellaston memorial, he must have moved to the area after 1911, perhaps to work in the local industries. No service records have been found for Frederick.

Frederick joined the Army Service Corps, the unsung heroes of the Great War. Soldiers cannot fight without food, equipment and ammunition for which the ASC were responsible.

At some point Frederick was posted to India where he died on the 13th October 1918 and is buried in Bangalore (Hosur Road Cemetery)

His medal card shows he was awarded the Victory Medal and British War Medal.