World War I - Frederick George "Bunny" Unwin

Local people who served in World War I - Frederick George "Bunny" Unwin.

Bunny Unwin was born in Hampstead in 1885. In 1912 he married Frances Abigail Smith, daughter of George Frederick and Mary Overall Smith.
Bunny joined the army 15 October 1915 and was posted to the 134 Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. He served in France 1916 - 1918 and was awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry. He was discharged from the Army 28th February 1919.
Bunny Unwin died on Mersea in 1961, aged 76 years.


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 Sergeant F.G. Unwin, No. 72274 134 Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Bunny served in France 1916 - 1918 and was awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry.
 The 1918 Absent Voters list for West Mersea has him living at Upland House.
 During WW2, Bunny served in the Home Guard.  ALS_BUN_001ALS_BUN_001
Sergeant F.G. Unwin, No. 72274 134 Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Bunny served in France 1916 - 1918 and was awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry.
The 1918 Absent Voters list for West Mersea has him living at Upland House.
During WW2, Bunny served in the Home Guard.
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Source: Mersea Museum