LINTICK, ROBERT GEORGE BORDEN

Birthdate
Birthplace
Linwood, Ontario, Canada
Age
34
Parents
Son of George and Margaret Lintick of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Religion
Church of England
Occupation
Truck driver
Service number
A/56683
Engagement
1941-05-01
Disembarked
1944-07-26, France
Date of death
1944-09-09
Died
Killed in action, Belgium
Force
Rank
Awards
Algonquin Regiment, R.C.I.C.
Plot 4 | Row E | Grave 8

"REST IN PEACE"

Military grave
Additional info

The Algonquin War Diary reports: "Oostercampe" (Oostkamp) September 9th, 1944. The previous crossing of the canal south of Bruges at Moerbrugge Bradburn was ordered to RECCE a crossing at point MR 895919 (Halve Maanstraat / Gevaerts Noord / Gevaerts Zuid) France and Belgium sheet 21 and 31. Coy commanders with the CO went forward to within 400 yards of this position with scouts and two sections of carriers for protection. The carriers were fired upon by the enemy. Two vehicles were lost and Cpl Conn killed. Sgt. Lintick was reported to have been shot in the stomach and taken prisoner by the enemy. 

Service records read that Sgt. Lintick was killed in action on September 9th, 1944.