Corps of Military Police

Cap Badge of the Corps of Military Police (King George VI)
Soldier Details:
Surname: Aitken
Initials:   F.J.
Rank:   Corporal
Army No.:  7593346
Notes:   REME attached 18 Division Provost Company, CMP. Captured Singapore 15/2/1942. Formerly RAOC. Died of Diarrhoea 30/9/1943 at Sonkrai Thailand. Born 6/1/1913, Bridgewater, Somerset, occupation Garage Hand. Widow, Mrs F J Aitken, Wansbeck House, Chepstow, Monmouthshire. He was born in Somerset and resided in Monmouthshire. He is shown on RAOC Pilot Roll, page 3 as: 7593346, Cpl, Aitken, F J, 18 Div Pro,OVL/F, 24/4/1943. Casualty List 775, Malaya, Missing, 152/1942, RAOC attached CMP. Casualty List 1088, Malaya, previously reported missing now reported POW, previous List 775, 15/2/1942, previously shown with unit at RAOC. Casualty List 1936, POW, Previously reported POW now reported Died, previous List 1088, Malaya, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers. Inscription on Gravestone "Remembered With Honour". Listed on Pilot Roll, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, page 3, 7593346, Cpl, Aitken, F J, 18 Div Pro, OVL/F 24/4/1943, Died 30/8/1943. Listed in Death Book 1, Aitken, Cpl, CMP, 7593346, 124. Listed on Death Register for "F" & "H" Force: 82, 7689875, Aitken FJ, Cpl, 18 Div Pro Coy, RAOC attached also named in same book as Cpl. RAOC, 375. Frederick James Aitken.

POW Details:
Camp: Kanchanaburi     THAILAND
Casualty Details:
Date Killed: 30th August 1943
Company: 18 DIV PRO COY
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