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Name: FRASER, Arthur William

Death Date: 6.9.1915 on active service, of wounds, Flanders

First Date: 1911

Profession: Qualified surveyor; he was a civil servant with the Government Survey Department. 1912 Junior Staff Surveyor

Area: Nairobi

Book Reference: Gillett, HBEA, All Saints, Leader14, Red Book 1912

War Service: Border Regt

General Information:

All Saints - Memorial to Members of the Survey Dept who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-18 - Lt. A. W. Frazer DSO
DSO - Fraser, A.W. (DSO LG 22/9/16) T/2nd Lt. Border R. He died of wounds 6/9/15.
Gazette - Arthur William Fraser, Temporary Second Lieut., Border Regt. For conspicuous gallantry in action. After suffering heavy casualties he led his company up to the enemy wire at a place where it was uncut. Though severely wounded, twice by bombs and once by rifle fire, he continued to direct the wirecutting till he lost consciousness.
Leader14 - A.N. Fraser - Senior Staff Surveyor, Cadastral Branch, Survey Dept.
Red Book 1912 - Survey Dept. - Junior Staff Surveyor

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