In Memory of Captain FRANK REGINALD BECK 5th Bn., Norfolk Regiment who died age 54 on 12 August 1915 Son of Edmund and Anna Maria Beck, late of Sandringham, Norfolk; husband of Mary Plumpton Beck, of Dersingham, Norfolk. Remembered with honour HELLES MEMORIAL Captain, 1st/5th Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action on 12th August 1915 at Gallipoli. Aged 54. Son of Edmund and Anna Maria Beck, late of Sandringham, Norfolk; husband of Mary Plumpton Beck, of Dersingham, Norfolk. Agent to H.M. King, Sandringham. Commemorated: Helles Memorial, Turkey. Panel 42 to 44. Also on Roll of Honour at West Newton. Extract taken from de Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, part 2, page 24. BECK, FRANK REGINALD, M.V.O., Capt., 5th Battn. The Norfolk Regt. (T.F.), s. of the late Edmund Beck, Land Agent to H.M. The King at Sandringham; b. Oxwlch, Co. Norfolk, 3 May, 1861; educ. Elmham County School, Norfolk; was Land Agent at Sandrlngham to H.M. the late King when Prince of Wales, 1891—1901, to King Edward VII. 1901-10, and to H.M. the King from 1910 till his death, and was mainly instrumental in the formation of the Sandringham Coy. of Volunteers (E Coy., 5th Norfolk Regt.), of which he was appointed first Capt. 19 May, 1906. He volunteered for foreign service alter the outbreak of war; served with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force at the Dardanelles, and was in command of his company during the attack on Anafarta on 12 Aug. 1915. On this day a large party of the Norfolks (including Capt. Beck and many of the Sandringham Coy.) disappeared Sir Ian Hamilton’s Despatch], and it is now supposed that they were cut off and killed; but nothing has ever been definitely ascertained as to their fate. He was made a Member of the Victorian Order (4th Class) 28 May, 1901, and created a Knight of the Order of St. Olaf by the King of Norway 13 Nov. 1006. He m. at West. Newton, co. Norfolk, Jan. 1891. Mary Plumpton (Sandringham, Co. Norfolk), dau. of the late Captain Clifford Wilson, of the Connaught Rangers, and 5th Northumberland Fusiilers, and had six children: Edmund Edward Jack. Alice Alexandra Margarotta, Ruth Mary Plunipton, Phyllis Mavis Sophla, May Barbara Joyce and Victoria Olga Joan Merle.