Lieutenant ColonelHEILGERS, FRANK FREDERICK ALEXANDER
Service Number 43335
Son of Alexander Frederick and A. Heilgers, of Bardwell. Mentioned in Despatches in the 1914-1918 War. M.A.(Oxon.), Magdalen College. M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds, 1931-1944. Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture, 1935-1936, and to the Minister of Pensions, 1937-1940. J.P. Awarded the Silver Medal of the R.S.P.C.A. for promoting the passage of the Riding Establishment Act into Law, 1939.
Grave Registration Reports (GRRs) are standard forms which detail graves for which the Commission is responsible within a particular burial ground. They provide basic details of the individuals, such as name, service number, rank, regiment, unit and date of death, and are listed in Plot, Row and Grave order.
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