The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private F A Killick


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Private Frank Arthur KILLICK, 201161, (TF/3672), 2nd/4th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds, Egypt,  16th May 1918, age 21.

Son of Frank & Fanny Killick, of The Village, Leigh, Tonbridge.


1911 Census - The Village, Leigh, Tonbridge - Fanny Killick, head, age 37, widow, married 15 years, 3 children, all still alive, charwoman, worker, born Ashford, Kent;Frank Killick, son, age 14,  plumbers mate, worker, born Leigh, Kent; Dorothy Killick, daughter, age 11, born Leigh, Kent; Gladys Killick, daughter, age 8, born Leigh, Kent; Obadiah Beach, boarder, age 75, Army Pensioner, born Hadlow, Kent.


Enlisted Tonbridge, Kent.  sidedesided Tonbridge, Kent.

1st August 1915, posted Balkans Theatre of War.

Buried at Jerusalem War Cemetery,  P. 33., Israel. & commemorated on Leigh War Memorial.


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