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Thompson, F.J., Dvr., 1918
In Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, is the Commonwealth War Grave of 457198 Driver Frederick James Thompson, serving with the 446th Field Company Royal Engineers, who died 01/01/1918.

He was the son of John and Mary Ann Thompson, of Dinsdale [House], Blyth.

Morpeth Herald 11/01/1918 carries a brief obituary:

Private [sic] Fred Thompson, youngest son of Mr John Thompson, wine and spirit merchant, Dinsdale House, Blyth, has died from wounds.

He is remembered in Blyth on B42.01, B42.14, B42.24 and B42.34

The CWGC entry for Driver Thompson

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