Papers relating to his military career, 1918, 1939-1945, dated 1918, -1945, comprising typescript copy of despatch from Col St Aubyn concerning the award of the MC to Fryer, 1918; letter from Wg Cdr G C O'Donnell to Sir Hereward Wake, 14th Bt, providing a summary of Fryer's career, 1942-1944, for The King's Royal Rifle Corps Regimental Journal, written in 1945; text, possibly draft of obituary, giving details of Fryer's career, 1939-1944, written in .
FRYER, Lt Col Charles Ronald (d 1944)
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- Dates of Creation1918, , 1945
- Language of MaterialEnglish
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Administrative / Biographical History
Served in World War One with King's Royal Rifle Corps; 2nd Lt, 1915; Lt, 1917; Adjutant, 1918-1919; Adjutant, 2 Bn (Queen Victoria's Rifles), 1939; ADC to General Officer Commanding, Northern Command, 1942; attached to Glider Pilot Regt and commanded 2 Army Glider Pilot Training Section, RAF Station, Booker, 1942-1944; posted to Parachute Bn Depot, Hardwick, 1943; began glider flying course, RAF Station, Stoke Orchard, Jun 1944, but severely injured in crash landing and died on 14 Jul 1944.
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Presented to the Centre by the family in 1984.
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