British War Medal, Victory Medal, Lieutenant G.F. Randall, R.A.F.
Gerald Frayne Randall, was born in 1893, son of Reverend Henry Randall, Rector of Cocking.
He was educated at Charterhouse from 1907-10 then Trinity College, Cambridge. he was granted a commission as 2nd Lieutenant, 9th Hampshire Regiment, the Cyclists on 18th march 1915.
Promoted to Lieutenant on 1st July 1917.
He was transferred to the Royal Flying Corps on 6th October 1917 to 57th Squadron.
Then upon the formation of the RAF to 80 Wing H.Q. on 3rd June 1918.
He was transferred home and discharged on 28th February 1919.
He later qualified as an Architect (ARIBA) and was a keen Sportsman.
He died during January 1941 at Hindhead.