F Head's Certificate of Employment during the War
A demobilization form (Army form Z-18) containing details of Frederick Head's employment during the War. Including details that he was a plumber before the War, his regiment and company, his status as a roadman then promoted to road foreman in September 1917. The Road Construction Company built and maintained the roads needed in the field of war.
Frederick Head born in 1878 served in the Royal Corps of Engineers. At his demobilisation in 1919 he was a Lance Corporal in the 334 Road Construction Company and a Road Foreman.
A local man from Mount Pleasant he was married and had a younger brother who also served in the War. His family remained in Wokingham and his grandaughter retains these items and his history.
This piece is part of an external collection and is not available to view in person.
Mediumink on paper
2 photographs of Frederick Head
Photograph of 334 Royal Construction Company
Four Silk Postcards
Photograph of Arthur Head
Identity Tag for Frederick Head
Frederick Head medals
F Head's Demobilization Account
F Head's Unit Register Card
F Head's protection certificate and certificate of identity
F Head's letter of Re-Employment
F Head's Certificate of Transfer to Reserve on Demobilization
Letters to F Head from home