Born: 19th February 1911, Ipswich.

Died: 13th October 1943; age: 32; died of Pulmonary Tuberculosis at Ipswich Isolation Hospital.

Informant of death Mrs. D.M. Skinner – widow.

Residence: 2, Serpentine Road, Ipswich.

Occupation: Machinist – Manganese Bronze and Brass Foundry.


Rank: Trooper; Service Number: 804558.

Regiment: Royal Armoured Corps.


Grave Reference:


Ipswich New Cemetery,



Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Amelia Sadler, and stepson of James Sadler, of Ipswich; husband of Doris Marjorie Skinner, of Ipswich.




1911   156, Handford Road, Ipswich.


Frederick was 1 month old and living with his parents.

Frederick Herbert Skinner, 19, a General Labourer – Sack & Tent Factory, born Hadleigh, Suffolk.

Amelia Alice Skinner (nee Carter), 19, born Ipswich.


Frederick’s father, Frederick Herbert Skinner lost his life during the First World War. Frederick was 26 years old, when he was KiA on the 25th June 1918. Frederick was ranked a Corporal, service number 42306, of the 11th Battalion, of the East Yorkshire Regiment. Frederick is remembered on the Plogsteert Memorial, at Hainault, Belgium.


In 1919, Ipswich, Frederick’s mother, Amelia Alice Skinner married James John Sadler, born March 1896, Ipswich. A builder’s Labourer. They lived with Frederick’s step siblings at their family home – 26, Shackleton Road, Ipswich.


In 1939, Ipswich, Frederick married Doris Marjorie Last, a laundry ironer, born December 1915, Ipswich – daughter of William Last, an implement painter at an agricultural plough works and Sarah Last (nee Collins), of 129, Alan Road, Ipswich.

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