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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.

Stradbroke Football Team 1913

Stradbroke Football Team 1913

Maggie Rutter nee Thirkettle driving her car.

Maggie Rutter with her car, 2nd June 1927. It is believed that she was the first lady driver in Stradbroke.

Margaret Thirkettle

Maggie Thirkettle. Sister to Frederick and married to Hedley Rutter.
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Four crosses taken by Stradbroke High School students to France in memory of the Stradbroke soldiers who died there 100 years ago.

Four crosses taken by Stradbroke High School students to France in memory of the Stradbroke soldiers who died there 100 years ago.

Queen Street - postcard from GV Rutter to Miss Ruth Mills 1904

Queen Street - postcard from GV Rutter to Miss Ruth Mills 1904

'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 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…

William Rutter and his Bakers Dozen - Series

Article written by Enid Driver, the grandaughter of William Rutter, about her grandfather, his large family.and the Bakery in Stradbroke.

Post Card sent by GV Rutter

Postcard dated 3rd December 1904 sent by GC Rutter to Miss Ruth Mills to show where his shop was situated.

Rutter Bakers

Rutter Bakers. Maggie Rutter (nee. Thirkettle) with Lily Blinker (right). Lily served in the shop.
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