Frederick Albert Hill

T/254739, Driver, No. 14 General Transport Company. Royal Army Service Corps

Killed In Action on the 14th April 1943 aged 22.

Frederick was the son of  Frederick & Rose Hill of 12 Haycroft Road. He was educated at Walkern School. Frederick was employed for 5 years, before joining the Army, with Eastman’s butchers in the High Street. He joined up in 1941 and had been serving overseas for 20 months when he was killed.  The unit War Diary gives little indication as to how Frederick met his fate but merely states that three men were killed as the result of enemy action.

Frederick is buried in the Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia. (6.E.7.).

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