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Frederick Eyden

In memory of:

Company Sergeant Major Frederick Eyden

April 9, 1917

Military Service

Service Number:





Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment)


16th Bn.

Additional Information

Son of Mr. and the late Mrs. H. Eyden, of 28, Harboro Rd., Northampton; husband of Lily Howarth Eyden, of 10, Clifton Terrace, St. Helens, Lancs.

Commemorated on Page 235 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

Burial Information


Pas de Calais, France

Grave Reference:

V. F. 10.


Mont St Eloi is a village in the Department of the Pas-de-Calais, 8 kilometres north-west of Arras. The village stands on high ground overlooking the battlefields of Vimy and Souchez and the main Bethune-Arras road, and the ruined towers that rise from it were used as an observation post during the French attacks at Neuville-St Vaast and Givenchy in May 1915. Ecoivres is a hamlet lying at the foot of the hill, to the south-west and about 1.5 kilometres from Mont St Eloi on the Arras-St Pol line. The ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY is on the D49 road.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

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  • Roll of Honour– Canadian National Railways - World War One Roll of Honour. CSM Frederick Eyden was born in Rugby, Warwickshire, England.  He enlisted in Winnipeg, Manitoba. His wife, Lily Howarth Eyden, was listed as his next-of-kin. Eyden indicated on his attestation that he had previous experience with the 79th Cameron Highlanders of Canada. In honoured memory.
  • Grave Marker– Courtesy Wilf Schofield, England

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