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 5185269 Cpl Robinson F.

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- Cpl Robinson's CWGC headstone, St Saviour's churchyard, 2017. (by Dr Jimmy Whittaker)

Frank Robinson was born in 1913 in Hallen, near Bristol. His father was Sidney Frederick Robinson and his mother, Ellen Edith Phelpstead who married in the Westbury S registration district in 1900. He had at least three siblings who were Hannah (b 1902), Jack (b 1904) and Fred (b1906) all born in Hallen, near Bristol.

He served as a corporal in the Gloucestershire Regiment and died of wounds while in hospital in Paddington, West London on 18 Sep 1945. He was buried in St. Saviour’s Cemetery on 26 Sep 1945. His grave is marked by a CWGC headstone with the Regimental Badge.

At the time of his death, his home address was given as The Breach in Hungerford, where he had been living with his wife
Dorothy Ellen.