CAIL, Frederick George – AC2c – 934 – his R.C.A.F. Service File record that he died at St. John General Hospital, St. John, due to Meningococcic Meningitis.
He had complained of stomach pains whilst in Halifax on August 30th, but travelled to St. John with the rest of his party. He once again complained of stomach pains, reporting sick on September 2nd and 5th. He was admitted to Lancaster Military Hospital on the 5th, and transferred to St. John General Hospital on the 9th. There he was diagnosed with meninigoccocic meningitis, and his condition had improved by the 16th. A relapse occurred however on the 17th, which resulted in his death.