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Samuel Stutt

Surname

Christian Names

Service Number

Rank

Regiment

Stutt

Samuel

R/581

AB

Hood Btn

Born

Age

Enlisted at

Address

  35  

Wood Lane

Date of Death

Where killed

Cause of Death

11/08/1918

Hospital at Langensalza Died of wounds - Sepsis after wounds

Cemetery

Plot

Country

Niederzwehren Cemetery

vi,l,7

Germany

Next of Kin

Next of kin address

Town

Mrs. A. Stutt (Wife) 13 Wood Lane Chippenham

Notes

Born 28 Jul 1883

Hood Btn RN Div, RNVR

Father, Edward, Crosses Gardens, St. Paul's, Bristol.

Attested to Army Reserve 12/12/15
Mobilised 3/1/17
Draft for BEF 15/4/17
Joined Hood Bn. 5/6/17
Missing, POW 24/3/1918

Mr AS Helps , manager of the Chippenham Gas Works, applied for the exemption of Samuel Stutt of Woodlane and Frederick William Wootton of London Road. Both men were employed as stokers at the works. Mr Helps said that the gas works had tried replacing stokers with children or old men but they had not been able to carry out the work. This had led to difficulties in keeping the regular supply of gas to Chippenham.

Stutt was granted a 3-month exemption and Wootton , 1 month provided they stayed with the same employer.

Wilts Times 21 March 1915

Memorials Commemorated on:

Chippenham Town War Memorial

Yes

St Paul’s Church

St Andrew’s Church

Yes

Liberal Club

Hardenhuish Church

Causeway Methodist Church
Pewsham Street
Boys School
Congregation Church

Last updated - 03/11/2010

 

 


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