Stevens, Air Mechanic Class I Frederick George (2263)

No 6 Training Squadron AFC

Frederick Stevens came from Melbourne, where he was a Storeman, aged 21, when he enlisted in the 21st Infantry Battalion in his home city on 17 July 1915. On 27 September he left from Melbourne on HMAT A20 Hororata, bound for the Western Front. He was wounded in the left thigh in May 1917, and transferred to the AFC after a period in hospital in England. He served in No 5 and No 6 Training Squadrons at Minchinhampton. In late December 1918 he caught influenza during the pandemic, and was taken to hospital.

He died from influenza at Tidworth Military Hospital on 2 January 1919.

AMI F G Stevens is buried in Grave C 353 at Tidworth Military Cemetery, England.

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