Rawson, Redenbach & Connected Families

Frederick RAWSONAge: 37 years18791917

Name
Frederick RAWSON
Birth 17 October 1879 37 42
Death of a fatherGeorge RAWSON
6 May 1890 (Age 10 years)
MarriageLillian Ann WALSHView this family
10 September 1905 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#1
George James RAWSON
1910 (Age 30 years)

Death of a motherMary HERCLIFF
1914 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Sheila Lillian RAWSON
11 April 1915 (Age 35 years)
Death 5 October 1917 (Age 37 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 10 November 1861Bridlington, Yorkshire, England
10 months
elder brother
16 months
elder brother
15 months
elder sister
15 months
elder brother
22 months
elder brother
10 months
elder sister
Mary RAWSON
Birth: 21 February 1869 27 31Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
Death: 11 June 1870Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
3 years
elder brother
Francis RAWSON
Birth: 21 September 1871 29 34Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
Death: 11 March 1872Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
8 months
elder sister
9 months
elder brother
William RAWSON
Birth: 7 February 1873 31 35Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
Death: 12 May 1878Walhalla, Victoria, Australia
4 years
elder brother
3 years
himself
Family with Lillian Ann WALSH - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 10 September 1905Waratah, Tasmania, Australia
daughter
daughter
son
daughter
daughter
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Shared note

Frederick enlisted in Tasmania and served in 40th Battalion. He was killled on 5 October 1917 during the Messines Offensive while serving in France/Belgium. In all likelihood he served in John Monash's Division. See Scrapbook for his memorial details taken from the Australian War Memorial website.

Since writing the above, I have found his Service record in the National Archives - a copy is on this computer. He enlisted on 12 February 1916. The record shows he was 5'10" tall and weighed 147 pounds and that he had fair hair and blue eyes.

His enlistment papers indicate he had five children, yet there are six listed in the pension papers in his Service Record. Perhaps his wife was pregnant when he left home.