Frederick John Grove

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History

Frederick Grove was born in Clunes, Victoria, 24 May 1880. He was a miner who moved to Van Anda, a copper and gold mining town in British Columbia, Canada. It was a small town established by the Van Anda Mining Company.[1]

Military Experience

During World War One he was a member of the 9th field company Canadian Engineers, part of the 3rd Division Engineers. He was a miner and rough carpenter, and had moved to Canada. He was killed in Belgium on 6 June 1916 and buried in the Brandhoek Military Cemetery. His details are on a war memorial site in Canada.[2]

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References

  1. Research by David Elms, 2014.
  2. Research by David Elms, 2014.

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