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Arthur Rutter - Cape Town

Arthur Rutter - Cape Town. Private Arthur Clarence Rutter of 13th Btn. Essex Regiment who died on the 14th March 1917. Arthur is seated centre.

Arthur Rutter - South Africa

Arthur Rutter - South Africa. Private Arthur Clarence Rutter of 13th Btn. Essex Regiment who died on the 14th March 1917. Arthur is seated centre.

Arthur Rutter - Cape Town

Private Arthur Clarence Rutter of 13th Btn. Essex Regiment who died on the 14th March 1917. This image was taken in Cape Town South Africa.

Private Arthur Rutter in military uniform

Private Arthur Clarence Rutter of 13th Btn. Essex Regiment who died on the 14th March 1917.

Arthur Rutter as a young man.

Arthur Rutter as a young man.

'UNCLE ARTHUR & THE SOMME' - an account from Joseph Mason about Arthur Rutter who was killed in action in 1917 and is *remembered with honour* on the village war memorial.

'UNCLE ARTHUR & THE SOMME' - an account from Joseph Mason about Arthur Rutter who was killed in action in 1917 and is *remembered with honour* on the village war memorial.

Arthur Rutter

Arthur Rutter - the youngest of William Rutter's children. Arthur was killed in action during WW1.

In Memory of Private Arthur Norman - WW1

In Memory of Private Arthur Norman of the 2nd Btn. Norfolk Regiment who died on 2nd May 1916.
*Remembered with Honour*

Arthur Norman was born in Stradbroke 1882 to Robert and Mary Ann Norman. The 1901 census shows that his father was a Farm Labourer. By 1911 Arthur had married Kate Larter and was now a Farm Labourer himself. Later in …

Arthur Amies Blacksmiths

Arthur Amies Blacksmiths

In Memory of Private Arthur Clarence Rutter - WW1

In memory of Private Arthur Clarence Rutter of 13th Btn. Essex Regiment who died on the 14th March 1917. Private Rutter was the son of Lucy Rutter and the late William Rutter.

Arthur was born in 1890 and registered as Clarence Arthur Rutter. He was the brother to 18 siblings of whom one had pre-deceased him. He was the son of the village baker…

In Memory of Arthur John NORMAN - WW2

In Memory of Arthur John NORMAN Private 5834404 of the 5th battalion Suffolk Regt, died on 24th October 1943 at the age of 32.
Arthur was the eldest son of Arthur and Kate Norman who lived at Mayhews Corner at the time of his birth.
*Remembered with Honour.*

Dr Arthur Hanbury Frere on the new Vaccinations Order

Dr Arthur Hanbury Frere on the new Vaccinations Order

Profile for Arthur Benjamin How surgeon

Profile for Arthur Benjamin How surgeon

British Medical Journal newly elected Arthur Benjamin How dd 1893

British Medical Journal newly elected Arthur Benjamin How dd 1893

The village Blacksmith - Mr Arthur Amies

Mr Arthur Amies working at the anvil as the village Blacksmith.