Private Frank Salmon in 1901 aged 16 and employed as Cowboy(Domestic Cattle) living with Father Peter and Mother Alice, and Brothers James aged 20, Peter aged 13, Thomas aged 6, sisters Isabella age 24, Susan aged 9. Living at 48 Vale Rd Woolton.
In 1911 Frank (Francis) Family ( Mother Alice, brothers Peter, John Thomas, and sister) are boarders living Franks his Sister Alice and her Husband William Simms and his 3 children at 48 Castle St Woolton.
According to The Soldiers Who died in the Great War 1914 – 1919 database Frank Salmon Residence Woolton.
According to the Soldiers Effects are given to Franks sister Violetta ( a servant to a Elizabeth Woods in 1911 24 Woodburn Hill Stonecroft West Derby ).
From Franks Pension Record, Pension given to his sister Alice Simms (nee Salmon) Alice living at 11 Castle St Woolton.
Private F Salmon serial number 50566 serving in the 4th The Kings Liverpool Regiment died 23rd November 1917.
Private F Salmon is Remembered with Honour Tyne Cot Cemetery.