Maurice Frank Foulds 30 October 1917

Maurice Frank Foulds came from Kettering where the family lived in Regent Street. He came up to Laxton School in1909 at the age of 12 and left six years later at the end of the first year of the War.

He enlisted in the London Rifles and was a 2nd Lieutenant in the London Regiment when he was killed at Passchendaele on 30th October 1917, aged 20. He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial as his body was never found.

C Pendrill
Yarrow Fellow