Frederick Charles Hutchins

Name

Frederick Charles Hutchins

Conflict

First World War

Date of Death / Age

08/08/1918

Rank, Service Number & Service Details

Private
663431
Canadian Infantry
116th Bn.

Awards

Not Yet Researched

Cemetery/Memorial

HOURGES ORCHARD CEMETERY, DOMART-SUR-LA-LUCE
A. 41.
France

UK Memorials

The Church of St Mary the Virgin Memorial, Albury

Pre War

Frederick was born in Patmore Heath, Albury in 1881 and was the son of William and Emily Hutchin. In 1901 he was recorded as living at home with his family and working as a labourer on a farm. The, by 1911, he had joined the Royal Garrison Artillery, no

Wartime Service

In January 1916 he joined 164th Bn. Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force and later transferred to 116th Bn. He had been living at Norval, Ontario when he joined up. He was killed in an attack near Hourges which was said to be "highly successful" - 14

Additional Information

Appears as Hutchins in some documents.

Acknowledgments

Jonty Wild