Fred was born in about 1882 and worked in the limestone quarry.
12 October 1918
Intimation was received last week by Mr Henry Stocks, of Crich Common, that his brother Private Fred Stocks, Suffolks, has been wounded in the right arm and leg. On 1 October he was brought to England and taken to the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield. Relatives visiting himon Wednesday found him improving.
1918 Crich voters
Fred Stocks, Near Cross; absent on military service.
Medal Roll Index Card
There are two men called Fred Stocks who served with the Suffolks each awarded the Victory and British War Medals: –
Fred Stocks – 6th Sherwood Foresters (268629); 9th Suffolk R. (235051); att 79th Fld. Coy RE
Fred Stocks – 4th Suffolk Regiment (2364 & 200573)
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1911: Crich Cross
|Fred||Stocks||son||29||Limestone quarry labourer||Crich|
|Harry||Stocks||son||24||Limestone quarry labourer||Crich|
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Fred Stock's brother Albert Stocks is also on the Roll of Honour.