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Frederick HARDIE

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Surname: HARDIE

Forename(s): Frederick

Place of Birth: Dundee, Angus, Scotland

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Rank: Captain

Regiment / Corps / Service: Royal Army Medical Corps

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Division: division unknown

Age: ---

Date of Death: 1917-09-20

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CWGC Grave / Memorial Reference: II. A. 2.

CWGC Cemetery: TROIS ARBRES CEMETERY, STEENWERCK

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Local War Memorial(s): Not Listed (View Names Not Listed on a Local War Memorial)

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Frederick Hardy was the son of James and Williamina Hardie. Williamina was born in Germany.

1881 Dysart, Fife, Scotland Census: Frederick Hardie, aged 4 years, born Dundee, Forfarshire, son of James and Mennie Hardie.

1891 Kirkcaldy and Abbotshall, Fife, Scotland Census: Frederick Hardie, aged 15 years, born Dundee, Forfarshire, son of James H. and Williamina Hardie.

1901 Blackpool, Lancashire Census: 121, Church Street - Frederick Hardie, aged 25 years, born Dundee, Scotland. Surgeon Assistant. [Frederick was employed by George Billing, Surgeon and Physician.]

Frederick was married to Elsie May Wall in 1905.

1911 Southampton, Hampshire Census: 56, Alma Road - Frederick Hardie, aged 34 years, born Dundee, Forfar, husband of Elsie May Hardie.

British Army WW1 Medal Rolls Index Cards: Capt Fred'k Hardie, R.A.M.C. Territorial Force. Theatre of War first served in: France. Date of entry therein: 28 August 1915. Correspondence: Mrs. McDonald (widow remarried) "Ndimu" Limuru, Nr. Nairobi, Kenya Colony.

Data Source: Craven Herald Article

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Entry in West Yorkshire Pioneer Illustrated War Record:

HARDIE, Frederic, of Southampton, and formerly of Bentham, killed in France, 1917.

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Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Army Medical Corps

Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Royal Army Medical Corps

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Surname: HARDIE

Forename(s): Frederick

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Rank: Capt

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps

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Died Date: 20/09/17

Died How: Died of wounds

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Surname: HARDIE

Forename(s): F

Country of Service: United Kingdom

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Rank: Captain

Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps

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Died Date: 20/09/1917

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THE BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (6 October 1917)

THE WAR

CASUALTIES IN THE MEDICAL SERVICES

Captain F. Hardie, R.A.M.C. (T.F.)

Captain Frederick Hardie R.A.M.C. (T.F.), died of wounds on September 20th. He was the only son of Mrs. Hardie, of 12, Dalhousie Terrace, Edinburgh, was educated at Edinburgh University, and after graduating as M.B. and Ch.B. in 1900, went into practice at Southampton. He joined the Third Wessex (Portsmouth) Field Ambulance as lieutenant on October 28th, 1914, and was promoted to captain six months later. After nine months’ field training in England he went to France, where he proved himself a keen and efficient field ambulance officer. He was mortally wounded by a shell just after returning from an arduous tour of duty behind the trenches, and died the same day. His commanding officer in a letter speaks of his constant cheeriness and the regard in which he was held by all ranks, and adds: “During his two years’ active service he has done good work under many dangerous and trying conditions.” Captain Hardie leaves a widow and two children.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966

1918

HARDIE Frederick of Lucerne Fairy-road Sea View Isle of Wight captain R.A.M.C. died 20 September 1917 in France Probate London 11 February to Elsie May Hardie widow. Effects £204 6s. 6d.

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12 October 1917

FORMER BENTHAM DOCTOR KILLED

Last week’s casualty list included the name of Dr. Frederick Hardie, killed by a stray bullet about eight miles behind the firing line in France. The deceased gentleman practised in Bentham about twelve years ago, and succeeded Dr. Stuart. He afterwards entered into partnership with Drs. Bradley and Troughton. He was exceedingly well liked at Bentham, and was of a kind and genial disposition and was much esteemed in the district. Dr. Hardie left Bentham about ten years ago and took up a practice at Southampton.

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12 October 1917

HARDIE – Killed in France, Dr. Frederic Hardie, of Southampton, and formerly of Bentham.

12 October 1917

FORMER BENTHAM DOCTOR KILLED

Last week’s casualty list included the name of Dr. Frederick Hardie, who was killed by a stray bullet about eight miles behind the firing line in France. The deceased gentleman practised as a medical man in Bentham about 12 years ago, succeeding Dr. Stuart to his practice, and afterwards entered into partnership with Drs. Bradley and Troughton. He was exceedingly well liked at Bentham, and was of a kind and genial disposition and very much esteemed in the district. Dr. Hardie left Bentham about 10 years ago and took up a practice at Southampton. He studied at Edinburgh and graduated at Edinburgh University in 1900 M.B. and Ch.B.

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