Corporal Arthur Hutt VC - 1 / 7th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment


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IN THE COUNTY OF : WARWICKSHIRE

Name William,
AMEY
William,
BEESLEY
Charles Augustus,
GOODFELLOW
Arthur,
HUTT
Rank Corporal Sergeant Lieutenant General Corporal
Force 1 / 8th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 13th Bn, Rifle Brigade Corps of Bombay Engineers 1 / 7th Bn, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
VC won Landrecies, France,
4 November 1918
Bucquoy, France,
8 May 1918
Fort of Beyt, Indian Mutiny,
6 October 1859
Poelcapelle, Belgium,
4 October 1917
London Gaz 31 January 1919 28 June 1918 16 April 1863 26 November 1917
Born Birmingham,
5 March 1891
Gresley, Staffordshire,
5 October 1895
Essex,
29 November 1836
Earlsdon,
12 February 1889
Died 28 May 1940,
Leamington Spa
23 September 1966,
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire ( on holiday )
1 September 1915,
Leamington Spa
14 April 1954,
Coventry
Grave Leamington Spa Cemetery St Paul's Cemetery, Coventry Leamington Spa Cemetery Canley Crematorium, Coventry
Memorial in Memorial Park, Coventry
Location
of VC
Royal Warwickshire Regiment Museum, Warwick Royal Green Jackets Museum, Winchester Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham Not publicly held
Remarks MM None CB None

WARWICKSHIRE

Name Alfred Joseph,
KNIGHT
Charles Edward Haydon,
PARKER
Henry,
TANDEY
Thomas George,
TURRALL
Rank Second Lieutenant Sergeant Sergeant Private
Force 2 / 8th ( City of London ) Bn
The London Regiment
'Q' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery 5th Bn, Duke of Wellington's
( West Riding ) Regiment
10th Bn, Worcestershire Regiment
VC won Ypres, Belgium,
20 September 1917
Korn Spruit, Sanna's Post, 2nd Boer War,
31 March 1900
Marcoing, France,
28 September 1918
La Boiselle, Somme, France,
3 July 1916
London Gaz 8 November 1917 26 June 1900 14 December 1918 9 September 1916
Born Birmingham,
24 August 1888
Woolwich, SE London,
11 March 1870
Leamington Spa,
30 August 1891
Birmingham,
5 July 1885
Died 4 December 1960,
Birmingham
5 December 1918
Coventry
20 December 1977,
Coventry
21 February 1964,
Birmingham
Grave Oscott College Road Cemetery, Sutton Coldfield London Road Cemetery, Coventry Canley Crematorium, Coventry
( ashes scattered: Masnieres British Cemetery, Marcoing )
Robin Hood Cemetry, Solihull
Location
of VC
British Postal Museum & Archives, London Royal Artillery ( Battery ) Green Howards Museum, Richmond Worcestershire Regiment Museum, Worcester
Remarks MBE None DCM MM None

WARWICKSHIRE

Name Sir Arnold,
WATERS



Rank A / Major


Force 218th Field Company
Corps of Royal Engineers



VC won Ors, France,
4 November 1918



London Gaz 13 February 1919


Born Plymouth, Devon,
23 September 1886



Died 22 January 1981,
Sutton Coldfield



Grave Sutton Coldfield Crematorium


Location
of VC
Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham


Remarks CBE DSO MC


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