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From 26 February 1915 to 26 November 1918, Captain J.D. Hills of the Leicestershire Regiment sent frequent letters home to his family.

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“And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me,
Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord…”
Revelation 14:13

In Loving Memory of

Brother J.D. (“Boo”) Hill was born November 18, 1972 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Linda Hill (Vivian, Louisiana) and J.D. Roberson (Hobbs, New Mexico). He departed this life on January 5, 2016.

He was a remarkable and loving son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and uncle. He was a family man and provided greatly and sufficiently for his own and others. He loved sacrificially and was a man of great character, competence and compassion that maintained a glowing personality, a positive and friendly attitude, and possessed a quiet spirit of gentleness and generosity towards others that will forever be remembered. He was loved exceedingly and will be missed exponentially.

He graduated from North Caddo Magnet High School in 1991 and worked several years, initially for Asplundh Tree Experts Co. (Safety Foreman) and lastly Offshore Energy Services Inc. (Swamp Driller).

He confessed Christ later in life and united with the Church of Christ in Oil City, Louisiana in 2002.

Cherished moments and precious memories of J.D. Hill will live on in the hearts of his devoted wife: Sharon Lynn Hill; three daughters: Arneka Adger (Cardario), Ambra Hill, and Amanda Hill; an only son: Javonte D. Hill; two grandchildren: Carsen and Connor Adger; loving parents: Linda Hill and J.D. Roberson; five sisters: Regina Hill, Laquisha Hill, Yarshika Hill, Zakiyyah Roberson, Desiree Roberson; an only brother: Robert Hill (Chandelyn); a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other family and in-laws, acquaintances, and last but most certainly not least the four-legged girl he absolutely adored: C.C. Hill. Visitation and Funeral Arrangements are as follows:

Visitation: Friday, January 15, 2016 (4:00-7:00pm)
House of Faith Ministry
105 Northside Drive
Vivian, Louisiana 71082

Funeral Service: Saturday, January 16, 2016 (12:00pm)
First Baptist Church
311 North Pine Street
Vivian, Louisiana 71082

Interment:
Whitaker Cemetery
Lodi, Texas

Repast:
Legion Hills Community Center
1004 South Pardue
Vivian, LA 71082

Please keep the Hill family in your Prayers during this season of mourning.No literary merit is claimed for this book. It is intended to be a diaryof our progress as a Battalion since mobilisation until the signing ofpeace, and the return of the Colours to Loughborough. I have written thefirst chapter, the remainder, including the maps, has been done byCaptain J.D. Hills.