Regiment : 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment
Service number : 13202
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : Killed in action on 16th June 1915
Buried : Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium, Panel 34.
Birthplace : Born and resident Bidford-On-Avon, Warwickshire, enlisted Worcester
Memorial : Bidford on Avon War Memorial
Also appears on : Salford Priors St Matthew's Church War Memorial with the information: Pte. Bidford on Avon St Laurence Church.
Credits : Researched by Andy Frisby.
Born Bidford on Avon 1882, enlisted Worcester. Occupation: Police Constable
The following information has been researched and transcribed by Sandra Taylor:
Justice Freeman, head, age 57, agricultural labourer, born Bidford, Warwickshire
Mary Ann Freeman, wife, age 50, born Bidford, Warwickshire
Justice Freeman, son, age 20, born Bidford, Warwickshire
Joseph Freeman, son, age 15, born Bidford, Warwickshire
Harry Freeman, son, age 8, scholar, born Bidford, Warwickshire
John Freeman, son age 5, born Bidford, Warwickshire
10 Hampton Street, Warwick
William Henry Freeman, boarder, age 28, single, Police constable Worcestershire Constabulary, born Bidford on Avon, Warwickshire
Entered the Theatre of War on 12th August 1914. Awarded the 1914 Star and the Victory Medal.
Although all records with the exception of the 1911 census refer to Henry/Harry Freeman, his birth is actually registered as William Henry Freeman in the December Quarter 1882 under the Alcester Registration District.
Henry Freeman has no known grave, the photograph available shows his name on Ypres Menin Gate Memorial.