|Royal Field Artillery||62992||B Battery. 110th Brigade|
Fred was born in about 1885 in Crich, the son of Anthony and Annie Buckley. He married Annie Harrison in 1903 and enlisted at Mansfield. He was posted to France on 24th September 1915 and died aged thirty-two on 30th July 1916.
He was awarded the Victory, British War and 15 Star Medals.
|Regiment/Service||Royal Field Artillery|
|Unit||"B" Bty. 110th Bde.|
|Date of Death||30/07/1916|
|Additional Information||Son of Anthony and Annie Buckley, of Park Head, Crich, Matlock Bath; husband of Annie Buckley, of 55, Brownlow Rd., Mansfield, Notts|
|Casualty type||Commonwealth War Dead|
|Grave/Memorial Reference||I. U. 34.|
|Cemetery||BECOURT MILITARY CEMETERY, BECORDEL-BECOURT|
1901: Park Head, Crich
|Anthony||Buckley||Head||54||Navvy||Middleton by Wirksworth|
1911: Park Head Crich
|Frederick||Buckley||Head||26||Coal miner hewer||Crich|