1894 Apr 10. Born Devon. There are 3 possible men born around then in Devon - and I cannot tie any to the MIC address in Exeter. However Raleigh Rd and Parr St (in 1911 census) are 200 metres apart. My assumption is that this is he. He appears to have been Christened "Fred Edwin", changing to "Frederick" by 1911. But served as "Fred"
1901 census at 2, Victoria Cottages, Parr Street, Exeter
1911 census at 7 Parr St, Exeter
1915 Landed in France.
1918 May 29 Commissioned 2nd Lt. as "Fred Hoare"
1919 Oct 30. 2nd Lt. F. Hoare relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of 2nd Lt
1920 Aug 13. Joined ADRIC with service no 194 . Posted to C Coy
1921 Feb 3 Promoted Section Leader
1921 Apr 8 to 11 Apr on Leave
1921 Jun 18 to 10 Jul on Leave
1921 Jul 29 to 14 Aug on Leave
F Hoare of Auxiliary RIC summoned Robert S Eadie of Ballymalis for having a motor car in Macroom without proper means of identification.
1921 Jun 18 to 10 Jul. Medical Leave
1922 Jan 13. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1939 Register Living with wife Maggie at 6 Saint Leonards Avenue , Exeter C.B., Devon. He is a Local Government Officer
1981 Died Exeter, Devon