Sgt. Frederick Edis Walker

(S/N 3852453)

Sgt. Frederick Edis Walker, formerly of the Border Regiment, served with No.4 Troop of No.6 Commando from, at least, 5th June 1944.

Sgt. Frederick Walker was reported as being Killed in Action (KIA) on 18th August 1944, aged 37 years, during the attack by No.4 Troop across the bridge over the River Bivette at Bavent.

Frederick was the son of Fredrick and Ellen Walker, of Liverpool, and was laid to rest in Ranville War Cemetry (Calvados, France), Grave IIA.E.3.

The inscription on his headstone reads:

‘No greater love hath he who lays down his life for us.’