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Frank was born in Sunderland. He was the son of John T. and Mary A. Mail. His father was a Steamship manager, a profession his eldest brother also went into. He had seven siblings, William Percy, Ethel Mary, Florence May, John Stanley, Marion Adamson, Muriel Adamson and Evelyn Marjory Adamson Mail. Frank was commissioned into the Royal Field Artillery, 78th Brigade and later attained the rank of Second Lieutenant. He was killed in action on 9th October 1918 aged 24.
1 Dilston Villa, Corbridge On Tyne, Hexham (place of residence as entered in the 1911 census)
Frank is buried at the Honnechy British Cemetery in Nord, France.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The War Graves Photographic Project. The University of Durham Roll of Service 1914 – 1919. 1911 Census. Durham University Gazette, Vol II, 1912-1929.
Sophie Anderton (Newcastle University) Holly Johnson (Newcastle University).
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