Casualty of WWII,Frederick served with the Home Guard 5th Somerset (Bath City) Bn.
He was 17 and the son of Herbert Park and of Florence Gladys Park of Bath.
He was one of two young members of the Home Guard to be killed during an attack on the City of Bath designed to de-moralize Britain-the famous Baedeker Blitz or Baedeker raids, a series of Vergeltungsangriffe ("retaliatory raids") by the German air force on English cities in response to the bombing of the erstwhile Hanseatic League city of Lübeck during the night from 28 to 29 March 1942 during World War II.
He was laid to rest with his comrade Private Alan Richmond Woods
WENT THE DAY WELL? ENGLAND, WE DIED FOR YOU